Windows – Casement
The casement window 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. Windows offers this design based on size, windload, insulation and design requirements.
Casement windows are characterized by sashes that swivel into open/closed positions as opposed to the sliding motion of single-pane and double-pane windows. They differ from awning windows only in that they open horizontally while awning windows pivot vertically.
Casement windows are side-mounted using either hinges on one side or hardware above and below the sash to allow them to swing outward horizontally. Crank hardware is attached that allowed the window to be opened and closed via rotation of a handle. Casement windows are designed to be airtight, and can be used in a wide variety of settings.
Choose the Right Type of Casement Window
- Bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms.
- Areas that require strong sealing from dust, water pollution and noise.
- Air-conditioned rooms.
- Double sealing with EPDM gaskets for enhanced thermal and sound insulation and a barrier against dust and pollution.
- Allows more light to enter the window 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 window stoppers required.
- Locks at several points across the window for security and better sealing.
- Night ventilation option without allowing insects to creep in.
- Shoot bolts ensure that windows cannot be opened from the outside.
- Fixed window is the simplest casement window. It does not have any open able sash and hence no hardware. Single piece of glass is fitted in the UPVC frame if requested.
- Windows that require good sound insulation and space economy.
- All windows that require mesh.
- Bedrooms, living rooms.