Designed by Secco, AMF stands for all metal frames, a series of profiles defined by the continuity of the metal, without the addition of any insulator material, for the manufacturing of Steel, Cor-ten, Stainless Steel, or Architectural Bronze Windows and Doors.
Largely used in the nineties to fabricate narrow steel windows and doors, it still represents a good compromise for all the projects that do not require restrictive thermal performance. The frames are in fact designed in the depths to mount single or double glazing panes option increasing the thermal performance of the end products.
The cold roll-forming technology, involved to create the AMF profiles, is the same implemented for the fabrication of the metal halves applied for thermally broken profiles clear sign that what has been done in the past, is not forgotten, but improved with the added knowledge.
We can meet all your expectations with crafted windows and doors that are often the most noticeable feature of prestigious properties. Our handcrafted approach is intended to design the ideal custom windows, each piece we realize is one of a kind, the result of the hard work of our craftsmen
Windows and doors fabricated from cold roll-formed steel profiles having visual jamb sections that vary from 1 3/4” (45 mm) to 4 (101 mm) and a depth suitable to house single or double insulated glazing panes. AMF is available in Steel, Corten Steel, Stainless Steel and Architectural Bronze (OT67) and is applicable for the manufacturing of metal windows and doors of any shape.
Windows and doors fabricated from cold roll-formed steel profiles having the same visual look of the original AMF frame but with an increased depth to house double insulated glazing panes. AMF 2.0 is also characterized by a thicker metal sheet that instead to be 1.5 mm is 2.0 mm for a superior strength. Differently than AMF, the 2.0 variant is applicable only for steel windows and doors.