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Traditional windows

Traditional casement widows is a standard German system of inward opened windows, used in new buildings and in renovation of  older buildings.

-    various openings: opened inward,  tilt & turn (opened and tilted), tilted
-    tilt & turn windows allow comfortable ventilation (tilting of a sash) and trickle-ventilation (micro-ventilation by untightening the sash by turning a handle into proper position)
-    casement windows allow opening to the right or left side

Additional partitions within windows:
-    partition with fixed post or moving post
-    sashes may be divided into smaller sections by proper crossbars within a sash
-    glazed with glass-units with overall thickness 24 to 52mm

Standard: handle inside
Options: handle with a lock, handle with a button,  fanlight opener,  child-safe protection
Shapes: rectangular, round, trapezium, bow, triangle

-    availability in various opening options – depending on a user’s needs
-    a window may have one or more sashes
-    high thermal and acoustic efficiency
-    interesting features of windows utility (e.g. ventilation)
-    simple handling
-    surfaces are plain, easy to care and not requiring much maintenance
-    very long life-time of windows
-    resistance to various weather conditions
-    easy access to both sides of sashes for cleaning
-    high thermal efficiency

-    limitation in dimensions of a sash
-    “take” room’s space inside

- available in all uPVC and aluminium profiles

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