Pivoting Windows

Pivoting windows are a type of window with sashes that can rotate 90°-180° around a horizontal or vertical axis usually located on or near the center of the sash. The rotation of a pivoting window allows for full ventilation, but cannot be equipped with a screen for filtering. Because of the lack of control and safety in a fully pivoting panel, this window type is generally reserved for use only in special situations requiring cleaning, maintenance, service, or emergency ventilation.


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Ventilation: 100%
Sashes: Pivoting
Operation: Rotates 90°-180° around axis
Uses: For cleaning, maintenance, emergency ventilation



Drawings include:
Pivoting Windows front elevation, axon

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Window operation is one of the most crucial choices to consider when selecting a window sash. Offering a variety of styles and functions applicable to specific conditions, a range of window operations should be considered to meet your needs for ventilation, operability, screening, and daylighting.

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