Windows – Sliding

The sliding window is made up of two (or more) sashes that slide horizontally, to the left or right, on tracks. The sliding window can be made wider and taller with the addition of sashes.

The sliders work on a ‘ride over’ mechanism.

Result: The track on which the sash slides is raised slightly above the ground, preventing dust from settling in the track. The dust-free track ensures a far smoother sliding motion when compared to conventional sliders.

 

Choose the Right Type of Sliding Window

Recommended for

  • All window types in living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens.
  • All window that require mesh.

Advantages

  • Space-economy as the sashes slide and do not open inwards..
  • Integrated bug screen solution that can be removed for cleaning.
  • Thick strip of wool pile between all sashes keeps pollutants and insects out.
  • Anti Lift Locks ensure that sliding panels cannot be lifted or tampered with from the outside.
  • Interlocks between all panels ensure complete sealing from dust and other pollutants.
  • Multi track adapter creates additional tracks with sliding and fixed options to cover large spans.

 

Description

  • Two movable sliding tracks that slide in opposite directions
  • Provides 50 % opening at any given time.
  • Retro fit fly mesh can be fitted on an additional track. The mesh slides towards the sash that is opened.
  • Mesh has to be added at the time of specification. Track cannot be welded once the window is fabricated.

Recommendation

  • Windows that require good sound insulation and space economy.
  • All windows that require mesh.
  • Bedrooms, living rooms.