Doors – Casement

The casement door opens inwards or outwards with the help of a sash that is fixed on outer frame. The design can vary from fixed, side hung or top hung.

 

Choose the Right Type of Door

Recommended for

  • Bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens.
  • Areas that require strong sealing from dust, water pollution and noise.
  • Air-conditioned rooms.

Advantages

  • Double sealing with EPDM gaskets for enhanced thermal and sound insulation and a barrier against dust and pollution.
  • Allows more light to enter the door compared to a slider. Offers an unobstructed view.
  • Opens outside or inside: both options available.
  • High quality hardware does not rust despite sustained exposure to the elements.
  • Friction hinges stay open at any angle in the face of high-speed winds. No door stoppers required.
  • Locks at several points across the door for security and better sealing.

 

Description

  • Side hung with one sash. Width of sash is restricted by the average span of an individual’s hand. Bigger sash will make the opening closing of window difficult.

Recommendation

  • Can be used in kitchens.