Spektra 60

This uPVC profile range from Extruplast offers a minimalist design that suits both residential and commercial applications.

Construction depth: 60 mm
Number of internal chambers: 4

Spektra 70

The uPVC profiles from Extruplast Spektra 70 bring stylish, modern design with superior thermal and sound insulation.

Construction depth: 70 mm
Number of internal chambers: 6

Arkitek 70

Architectural elegance, excellent structural strength that enables massive areas of glazing of up to 8m2 and outstanding thermal insulation.

Construction depth: 70 mm
Number of internal chambers: 5

Caring for the environment. Ecological PVC profiles.

Extruplast produces 100% ecological and recyclable PVC profiles with calcium/zinc stabilizers.


Environmentally friendly uPVC profiles

The Extruplast manufacturing process is extremely environmentally friendly and the uPVC profiles are 100% recyclable as they contain calcium and zinc stabilizers.

Manufacturing with green energy

Within the production process, Extruplast uses solar power generated by photovoltaic panels located on the roof of its production plant. The panels generate around 20% of the entire energy demand. The company is also planning the implementation of hydroelectric power generation.

Sustainable production and care for the environment

Extruplast produces extremely environmentally and 100% recyclable profiles using the latest generation of ecological additives based on calcium and zinc. Neither tin, nor lead, nor any other toxic material is used within the production process.

Ecological advantages as compared to other materials

Extruplast uPVC windows are 100% recyclable. As such, they have significant ecological advantages over other forms of windows. The primary benefit is the protection of forests, one of the most vital natural assets of our world. The increased use of uPVC reduces the use of wood. uPVC can be recycled or transformed by combustion and converted into energy. In contrast, the final stage of most wooden windows is being burnt as waste, with the adverse result of CO2 emissions.