OUTSWING FIBERGLASS CASEMENT WINDOW
In comparison to steel or aluminum casement windows, pultruded fiberglass windows are structurally glazed which gives them a phenomenal strength. Stainless steel reinforcement bars make sections capable of spanning large distances.
Fiberglass is thermally efficient
Windows material is resistant to any extreme weather conditions compared to steel, wood, or vinyl
Pultruded fiberglass is pound-for-pound stronger than steel
Continuous gasket system provides the highest resistance to air leakage
Elegant traditional hardware
Extruded 4"x4" brass butt hinges, solid cast bronze locking handles, strike plates, and friction stay bars
Sash swings outward, and opening travel could be restricted by friction stay bar with the nut
Frame depth 2.375"
1" insulating glass with a variety of options (Low-E, Laminated, Tempered, Obscure, etc.)
Bronze or Clear Anodized spacer between the glass
Available with surface-mounted and “between-the-glass” style muntin grids for a historic “small-pane” look
Standard and custom panning to match landmark conditions
PERFORMANCE (AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-08)
Performance class CW-PG60 (Design Pressure 60.15 psf)
Air Infiltration 0.03 cfm/sq. ft
More water resistant: water penetration resistance pressure 12.11 psf
Better acoustical performance: STC 36, OITC 30 (glass combination: 1/4" Lami, 11/16" argon, 5/16" Lami)
Thermally efficient: U-Factor 0.35
Locking handles, strike plates and friction stay bars are available in standard Oil-rubbed Bronze, Polished Chrome and Unlacquered Brass finishes. Custom finishes are also available.