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What is NFRC and what has it got to do with WERS?

NFRC stands for the National Fenestration Rating Council which is an international rating organisation. NFRC ratings are internationally recognised and the Australian Building Code of Australia (BCA) has moved to utilising the NFRC ratings in the WERS program through the Australian Fenestration Rating Council (AFRC).

NFRC ratings are simulated through a computer program using advanced thermal simulation programs. WERS ratings utilises the NFRC ratings giving a full rating for the whole window system (includes frame, glass type, sealing system etc). The window/door products are certified by taking the u-value, SHGC and air infiltration to generate a star rating and percentage rating.

Window/Door manufacturers who have their products audited and are compliant will display the WERS logo or carry a WERS compliant label on their window/door products.

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