KTS & KSF Aluminium Shop Fronts

Thermal and non-thermal commercial aluminium doors by Exlabesa

The Exlabesa range of robust commercial doors and shop front systems are available in either a non-thermal (KSF) option or a thermal door (KTS). Manufactured in aluminium and made to measure by the team at The Window Outlet they provide an aesthetically pleasing glazed frontage with slim sight lines.

Non thermal door options (KSF)

The KSF non thermal commercial doors are hard wearing and suitable for a variety of commercial uses, be it low trafficked or high trafficked use. They are resistant to rust and corrosion and door openings can be either hinged, pivoted or sliding. We also offer a variety of hardware options to suit your requirements.

Thermal doors (KTS)

The Kay Building systems KTS thermal doors offer a cost effective way to improve thermal performance using a thermally broken system which meets and exceeds building regulations. The intelligent design has been engineered for ease of installation utilising high quality components.

Performance tested

The KTS commercial doors have been tested for security to BS 7950:1997 and weather tested to BS 6375-1:2009 standards.

For more information and technical document please view our knowledge base.

Bristol and the South West’s No. 1 aluminium trade suppliers

Based in Bristol, The Window Outlet supplies aluminium windows and doors from Somerset, Devon and Cornwall to across the UK. With exceptional service and support, competitive prices and a reliable delivery service, The Window Outlet is one of the best aluminium trade suppliers in the country.

For more information about any of our products or services, please call us on 0117 405 8488 or get a free quote here.

What makes a door a commercial door?

Commercial doors are doors designed and manufactured specifically for commercial purposes. These doors are commonly used in various commercial settings such as schools, office buildings, stores, hospitals, and manufacturing industries.

What is the difference between residential and commercial doors?

Residential doors are specifically engineered to accommodate a limited number of daily openings, whereas commercial doors are designed to withstand frequent opening and closing throughout the day. Consequently, residential garage door openers are manufactured to withstand the operational demands of being opened and closed only a few times each day, ensuring their durability in such conditions.