Scandinavian type


Side Hung
Available in two versions – with a window handle or with hooks. Opening is standard, to the side, but the direction is to the outside. For safety purposes, most often it is made with stoppers to prevent the wind load on the leaf and glass. The pivoted part is safely locked.

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Top Hung
Turn the knob – and the window will be unfixed, then push the swing part forward; it is also possible to fix it at 10 cm vent opening.

Top Hung video »

Top sliding 90
Turn the knob – and the window will be unfixed; then push the swing part forward – its top part will slide a little down. The window can be opened a little less than Top Hung, but once locked in a ventilating position, you will have two openings (top and bottom), ensuring more effective ventilation.

Top sliding 90 video »

Top swing 180
Probably the most perfect way of opening. Turn the knob – and the window will be unfixed, then push the swing part forward, the upper part will slide down and the bottom part will rise – thus the pivoted part rotates around the horizontal axis. This solves the problem of glass cleaning from the inside, because you can open this window and never have to remove flowerpots from the window sill; and ventilation will no longer cause problems, too.

Top swing 180 video »

Side Sliding 90
Turn the knob – and the window will be unfixed, then push the swing part forward – its one side will slip towards the other (like Top Sliding 90 but in a vertical position). When it is locked, we have the open window and a vent on the other side, through which you can reach with a cloth for more comfortable cleaning.

Side Sliding 90 video »