Casement windows

The AML Baltic timber flush casement window system is based upon a Scandinavian design.
Flush Casement Windows usually add traditional but elegant character to British house.
Technical characteristics of these windows: frame thickness 115 mm, leaf thickness 68 mm or 78 mm.  Glazed unlits are up to 36 mm thick and consist of 2 or 3 glass panels.
The warmest and the most popular is an option of triple glazing, its termal conductivity equals to 0,6 W/(m²•K), for 2 glass unit, termal conductivity equals to 1,1 W/(m²•K).All windows have the ability to be clad in aluminium.  The aluminium clad option is available as both double and triple glazed and in any standard RAL colour.
A full range of non standard shapes and sizes are available although please note that round and curved head windows are not possible aluminium clad. The choice of aluminium cladding enables a two colour option at little additional cost.

Opening options of casement windows

Top swing (180°)

Top Swing

Top swing is such a type of opening, when the window is pushed from the buttom up, it can be fully reversed. The outer glass is placed inside the room, so it‘s very comfortable to clean the window. The window can be comfortably opened and closed using a handle in the bottom part of the frame. It is reccommended to use top guided window in places where it is possible to clean window from the outside: ground floor, balconies etc.

Top sliding (90°)

TOP swing 180

Top sliding: this type of opening is very popular, when the windows are easily accessible from the facade side for cleaning purposes, but ventilation of the premises is very actual. This type of opening reassures maximum air supply to the premise. Windows of this type can be equipped with handles or with hooks.

Top hung (180°)

Top Hung

Top hung is a simple window, that can be lifted from the bottom up, and also it can be equipped with handles or with “ancient” hooks.

Side swing (180°)

Side Swing

Side swing is one of the modern opening types, perfectly resolving the problem of windows‘ cleaning. It is popular in many-storied houses. Windows of this type can be installed, where there is no possibility for top swing windows because of exceeded size standards.

Side sliding (90°)

 Side Swing 180

Side sliding is another one of the modern opening types, perfectly resolving the problem of windows‘ cleaning. It is popular in many-storied houses. Windows of this type can be installed, where there is no possibility for top swing windows because of exceeded size standards. Available also as double casement french window (without mullion).

Side hung (180°)

Side Hung

Side hung, or „side opening“, is a traditional window, opening to the side outwards, that can be equipped with handles or with hooks. According to the client‘s needs, it can be braced with galvanized, white or even decorative hinges. Available as double casement french window (without mullion) and in case of need can be used as an evacuation opening.

Fix

fixed sash

Fix window is a window with a fixed, non-opening leaf or only with a glazed unit in a window frame. These windows can be installed in premises, where there are more than two windows; can be used as shop windows, can be adjusted with neighboring windows or doors.

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