Timber Tilt and turn window - Isothermal Windows

By: Isothermal Window Systems  05/12/2011
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A window which can either tilt inwards at the top, or can open inwards, hinged at the side.

In this type of window the opening system works as follows:

- Tilt and turn inward opening window

- Turn only inward opening window

- Tilt only inward opening window

- Reversible  inward opening window

- Fixed window

Additionally: - Trapezoidal, oval, arched or circular shaped windows can also be achieved in this system.

Optional accessories: opening restrictor, locking handles, trickle vents.

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