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English windows (outward opened)

Usage:english window
English windows (opened outward) is a typical system of windows frame joinery used in British and Irish areas. It is used in housing industry in new buildings as well as in renovation of older buildings.

Characteristics:
Swing window (hinged) and turn with the function of cleaning the wing from the outside - "easy clean"-when the window is open to 90 degrees you can wash the glass from the outside without having to leave the building in a safe and easy way. F
rames connected with posts by moulding in the so called V or Y way.
english window

Advantages:
-    possibility of opening outward as well as inward
-    vary good tightness of a window (the wind blows on the sash from outside and presses it to the frame);
-    does not take a room’s space (allows for using e.g. an internal sill);
-    available in many opening options – depending on a user’s needs;
-    interesting functions of window’s utility;

Disadvantages:
-    impossible to use tilt & turn opening

-    difficult to clean a window from inside of a room (concerns side hung windows)
english window
Profiles:
Dedicated profile Aluplast Ideal 70

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