Tilt and Turn Windows
Tilt and turn windows and doors have enjoyed widespread popularity in Europe for decades. The advanced technology that is one of the signature attributes of…
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When the handle of a tilt-and-turn is in the downward position, the window is shut is and locked. Rotate the handle 90 degrees so it points sideways, and you can pull the window open horizontally. tiltturnNow comes the twist: push the window back into place, rotate the handle another 90 degrees so it points up, and then pull it back down toward you. The window tilts inward, opening from the top rather than the side. It then locks into place after opening a few inches, resting at an angle
Living in Germany, you notice a lot of small engineering innovations that make life easier, like omnidirectional wheels on shopping carts that actually work. One of these innovations in particular stands out, entirely ordinary to Germans, but extraordinary to visitors and newcomers discovering it for the first time: the tilt-and-turn window. This window is effectively three windows in one: it serves as a fixed window, an inswing casement window and a hopper window.
Tilt and turn windows and doors can be added to an existing building during renovation project. Or they can be installed into a new home during construction. They offer an impressive versatility, combining a modern, stylish appearance with an extremely durable, low maintenance solution. It improves living comfort in a healthier internal environment.
They’re perfect in the following applications: Where you need unobstructed views and maximum natural light Ease of cleaning (especially from inside the building) Easy escape for occupants in an emergency Enhanced security – even when opened for ventilation Low-maintenance PVCu