The MAX Inner (Jockey) Sash allows the fitment of blinds inside and improved acoustics.
Often chosen for medical facilities and education facilities, the MAX Inner (Jockey) Sash accommodates operable blinds within the sash and the inner sash’s airspace helps improve the acoustic performance.
Education, GEN™, GEN™ 100 Centre Single Glazed, MAX™, MAX™ 150 Offset Double Glazed, NSW, Projects
MAX™ Inner (Jockey) Sash
Used to provide a secondary glazing solution on the inside of fixed framing suites
Secondary glazing allows for maintenance and cleaning between the sash and back of fixed glazing
An inner sash allows the fitment of a mini Venetian blind which hangs from it and can be operated from inside
The resultant airspace improves the acoustic rating of a frame
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Accepts glass from 6mm – 13.52m
Easily retrofitted to most framing systems
Facilities seeking improved acoustics
Panels can be large and, whilst not designed to be opened frequently, care should be taken to ensure the product is used only within practical sizes (approx 2m2). Sash height must exceed sash width.
Max. sash width 1000
Proper instruction should be given on the correct use of inner sashes, in particular the key which operates the lock as they can be damaged by using any other object to open it
This is not a ventilation product
Cannot be used with 100mm Centre Double Glazed or with 100mm Front Double Glazed with 40mm pocket – insufficient rebate depth behind glass
Selecting the correct hardware for application is determined by many factors that change on a project by project basis. Careful consideration needs to be given to opening type, size and weight, wind loads, location within the building, security, ease of operation, budget, serviceability and aesthetic requirements.
Typical hardware is shown throughout EDGE technical catalogues to depict opening types and function. There are a range of sash types available to cover a variety of applications. Once the opening type has been selected, it is the responsibility of the fabricator to determine hardware suitability with the hardware manufacturer, ensuring their selection meets project requirements.