Janisol Arte 66 Slim tilt and turn windows made from steel profiles


Standard delivery

150 €

RON11,900.00 RON15,256.41 -22%
In Stock

Included warranty:

Individuals - 24 months

Legal entities - 12 months


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Slim tilt and turn windows made from steel profiles

With Janisol Arte 66, Jansen is expanding its range of systems to include an attractive variation. The basic depth of 66 mm enables the use of stronger glass, with a vent height of up to 2300 mm. This makes it possible to have the turn/tilt opening type, even with the special requirements of listed buildings for narrow frames. With the concealed fittings, they meet architects' and developers' demands for a uniform design and clear lines which do not allow any visual interruption. The Euro grooves make it easier for fabricators to install the fittings, while the new glazing bead system facilitates installation of the panes. Fabrication with push-in gasket or dry glazing takes place in the usual way, as with the Janisol and Janisol Arte 2.0 steel profiles – this ensures a high level of process reliability.


Modern opening type

Compatible with Janisol Arte 2.0

Concealed fitting

Free choice of handles


Renovation and new construction

Materials/surface finish

Strip galvanised steel


Window types/opening types

Side-hung and turn/tilt windows as well as windows with meeting stile, single and double-vent, inward-opening

Inward-opening bottom-hung window

Spring catch

Toplight opener


With fittings

Fixed glazing

Special technical features

Basic depth of 66 mm

70 mm vent

Very narrow face widths

Fixed glazing 30 mm

Window vent 28 mm

Window meeting stile design 76 mm

Easy to fabricate

Window sizes up to 1400 x 2300 mm

Glass thicknesses of 20 to 44 mm

Max. weight 180 kg

New glazing beads with new fixing stud

Test certificates

CE marking in accordance with product standard EN 14351-1

Resistance to wind load C5 (2000 Pa)

Watertightness up to class 9A (600 Pa)

Sound reduction up to 45 dB

Thermal transmittance of Uf from 1.9 W/m2K

Air permeability class 4 (600 Pa)

Load-bearing capacity of safety devices met

Mechanical strength class 4

Impact resistance class 4

Prefabricated glazing suitable for safety barrier loading DIN 18008-4 met

Electrostatic painting

Electrostatic painting is a different process from conventional painting mainly due to the fact that no solvent is used to keep the contents and binder of the paint in a liquid form.

The paint consists of a fine powder that flows through a spray mechanism, electrostatically adheres to the substrate (the surface of the painted part) and is then hardened in heating furnaces to form a paint coating.


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Todome ensures warranty for the following:
• For damage to the welds (breaking) a period of 2 years (24 months) for individuals, respectively 1 year (12 months) for legal entities, from the date of delivery.
• The materials used are products in accordance with the standards according to the declarations from the suppliers.
• The products are resistant to large temperature variations (frost, heat) as shown by the warranty certificates received from suppliers.
• Todome does not guarantee paint damage, and after installing them, it is recommended to repaint them.

Janisol Arte 66 Slim tilt and turn windows made from steel profiles