RENOLIT BENDIT

    RENOLIT BENDIT combines.

    RENOLIT BENDIT is an edging sheet that can be used to create panelling around a PVC-U window. Its surface consists of a surface coating film specially developed for this purpose. It is available in a selection of colours, designs and surface textures and features all the renowned strengths of RENOLIT EXOFOL, such as easy cleaning and Solar Shield Technology (SST).

    Schematic structure

    Processing the high-quality cladding panel is extremely simple: mill a small groove into the back of the panel and you can bend RENOLIT BENDIT to the exact angle you need. Any angle up to 90 degrees is possible. 

    BENEFITS

    The advantages of RENOLIT BENDIT at a glance

    Exceptional thermal stability

    Sustainable and durable

    Appearance and texture like window film

    High bending stability

    UV and weather resistant

    Universal application

    Light weight

    Flat panel surface

    Tilting up to 90°

    COLOURS & DECORS

    Take a look at our colours, decors and textures and find your perfect match!

    How is RENOLIT BENDIT processed?

    The cladding panel RENOLIT BENDIT has been on the market since the beginning of 2021 and since then has made it easier for many a window manufacturer and installer to flexibly clad window corners and lintels.

    Its big plus: it is available in the same colors and decors as the foiling of vinyl windows. This opens up a wide range of applications in window construction. With the aid of simple milling on the reverse side, the aluminum composite panel can be edged.

    But how is RENOLIT BENDIT actually processed? 

    The following video answers this question.

    CONTACT

    Your contact person

    Rainer Langner

    Rainer Langner

    Sales & Project Manager

    Mobile: +49 172 777 4692
    Email: rainer.langner@renolit.com
    Address:

    RENOLIT SE

    Horchheimer Straße 50

    67547 Worms

    Downloads

    Flyer

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    Processing guideline and assembly instructions

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