Technical bulletins


The information found here is intended to help you evaluate products for specification purposes, including use, composition, environmental, testing standards, availability, sizes, finishes and more.

With our expertise in structural thermal barrier for insulating aluminum extrusions for window, door, curtain wall, skylight and related architectural fenestration products we aim to:

  • help manufacturers and designers to produce high-quality fenestration products,
  • contribute to energy savings is at the highest level
  • assist with productivity and systems to ensure that production costs are minimized, while increasing throughput.



Producing a structural thermal barrier

Guidelines for achieving the proper thermal barrier cavity

Properly fitted cavity design, size and location will provide correct structural support in the aluminum
composite and increase thermal energy efficiency. for increased thermal energy efficiency. Technical bulletin 009 | Producing thermal barriers (PDF 256 KB) 



Thermal barrier performance data

Optimizing performance in commercial fenestration

Energy-efficient fenestration systems compared using thermal simulation studies for improving energy efficiency of aluminum framing.
 Technical bulletin Technical bulletin 008 | Thermal Performance (PDF 481KB)


MLP™ (mechanical lock profile)

Provides excellent adhesion and resistance to fracturing

Azon MLP™(mechanical lock profile) structural cavity design for
improving energy efficiency of aluminum fenestration products.
 Technical bulletin 008 | MLP™ guide (PDF 339 KB)



Guide to dual cavity design

For fenestration systems that require superior thermal and structural performance

The dual cavity pour and debridge thermal barrier concept is intended to impact the energy savings and increase the condensation resistance of aluminum fenestration products used in the building envelope. Technical bulletin 007 | Dual cavity design (PDF 732 KB)