The U-MAX Tilt and Turn Window is a large operable panel system offering ventilation, security, and easy cleaning.
The U-MAX Tilt and Turn Window offers tilt first, tilt only, and turn only options. It provides excellent strength and weather sealing. Multi-locking around the sash delivers added security and windloads.
Projects, Residential, U-MAX™, U-MAX™ 150 Front Double Glazed, VIC
U-MAX™ Tilt and Turn Windows
Tilt and Turn sash offers tilt first, tilt only, and turn only options
As sash opens in resolves issues where there are external restrictions faced by conventional sash options
65mm deep sash providing excellent strength and weather sealing
Stainless steel chevron corners which are able to be glued for additional corner strength
Accepting 24-60mm IGUs
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Quality German manufactured Roto design hardware
Concealed hinge hardware – minimal visible hardware
When in tilt position, complies with “kid’s can’t fly requirements”
Opens inwards, allows cleaning of the sash from inside
Multi locking around the sash for added security and windloads
Screen to outside – better suited to 100 Centre Glaze and 150 Offset
130kg sash weight with concealed hardware
Capable of 3m x 1.3m sashes
Large operable panels, larger than equivalent awning windows
Ventilation where external obstructions prohibit sashes opening out
Security ventilation – sash projects inwards and is difficult to open from outside
Acoustic applications, can take 18 – 28mm IGUs
Accepts operable blinds
Sash height must exceed sash width – a tilt only option may be available in this condition
Min. sash height: 555 (590 daylight opening)
Min. sash width: 500 (590 daylight opening)
Max. sash width: 1300 (1335 daylight opening)
150kg sash weight
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 our 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.