Specifications Tilt Turn Windows
Tilt and Turn Windows - Specifications
We use a treated multi-layered wood to minimize swelling and warping.
- 68 and 84 window profiles (drawings are available here) are made from a selected multi-layer timber (pine - softwood, larch, oak, and mahogany - hardwood; swelling and warping is minimized.
- A factory-fitted Low-E double-glazed unit is filled with argon gas to reduce heat transfer.
- We use a well-known Saint Gobain Low-E glass. It can be clear, laminated, toughened, obscure, or with a mirror effect.
- Tilt and turn windows can have triple glazing to give you a maximum sound and heat insulation (84 profile).
- The wooden or metal glazing bars can be added to a window design.
- U value is 1.1 W/m2K.
Fantastic choice of finish colours, paint or varnish, and an aluminium cladding option for an enduring performance
- Micro-porous coating protects wood from the weather influence and minimum maintenance is required. Various fully factory finishes are available: more than 200 RAL colors and 20 stains, or a combination of both finishes, for a unique design of your windows.
- Aluminium clad tilt and turn windows provide a maximum weather-tightness performance and durability. Water condensation and heat transfer are reduced. Various powder coating options are available.
- Wooden glazing bars can be added to a window design.
The window incorporates a multi-point locking system, which ensures a robust level of security. We use Siegenia-Aubi hardware known for its ease in operation.
Performance and Insulation
Designed to withstand harshest climates, save on fuel bills, and ensure a robust safety
- Sound insulation factor is 33 Db.
- Water resistance is under 600 Pa.
- The windows have two layers of gaskets for provide a great level of insulation.
- The tilt and turn windows are easy to clean and maintain.
Trickle Vents and Sills
- Trickle vents can be fitted.
- An internal wooden window board and external wooden or aluminium sill can be fitted provided.
- The windows provide an unrestricted exit point in the event of emergency.