The Cordoba company launches its new automated window production line.
The TORRERO-TORINCO Group has more than one hundred years of experience, knowledge and tradition in carpentry. Because he knows wood, he is capable of innovating with it.
Herein lies its ability to bring together a very complete range of wooden windows: high-performance acoustic and thermal insulation, large formats and designs not achievable with any other material, resistant to fire and even bullet impact… Endless casings and i their accessories that do not end here, but continue to improve thanks to the technical development of the prestigious company from Pedro Abad (Córdoba), where the common denominator is wood, and the objective is always differentiation in the market.
For two years TORINCO has been working on what is now its new production line: a cutting-edge automatic WORKING PROCESS profile machining center. Preceded by a WEINIG moulder, a HEESEMANN leveler and a SALVADOR miter saw.
PROCESSO DI LAVORAZIONE CNC
This new line allows TORINCO to design and create new profiles and to offer many innovations to the market. Once again in search of differentiation. One of these new profiles is the basis for the improvement of the 50 dB window, which has already achieved very satisfactory results in the first tests carried out at ENSATEC.
From now on, the new ACUSTORR 50 dB significantly changes the profile, its manufacturing method is more practical, fully automated and allows a variety of profiles and other aesthetic details to be incorporated into the product, always ensuring optimal acoustic behavior of the window .
50DB ACOUSTIC WINDOW – 5* HOTEL GRAN VIA CASINO
“Comfort or aesthetics cannot be quantified, because it is something subjective. With ACUSTORR we can be objective, record values and demonstrate that by working in a certain way it is possible to obtain greater benefits”, says Antonio Torrero, member of the technical office of the Andalusian company.
However, the future of any company is based on the search for new products or solutions, which is why they are already working on developing a prototype with noise reduction rates above 50 dB.
In 2016 TORINCO obtained the Passive House certification for the warm season for its EUROTORR 92 window. “We were the first company to put a wooden window in the Institute’s database and, therefore, on the market,” recalls Antonio Torrero.
Over the years, TORINCO has improved this product by incorporating an insulating material into the profiles, and reaching values of 0.8 U frame with a section of 92 mm, also valid in cold climates.