Tilt and turn uPVC windows are most commonly used to provide ventilation as the sidelight to French doors or entry doors. They can be hinged on either the left or the right, and they can open to the inside from either the side or the top. They provide additional light and also ventilation to your entry system or French door.
This tilt and turn uPVC windows are made of uPVC profile, Chinese brand, and Germany brand, you can choose what you like, the size can be customized. Its glass type can be single, double glazed or triple glazed. The mosquito screen is rolling screen. We will give you 10 years warranty period. This product provides hidden gearing as a standard configuration, fully integrated hardware and no visible components, providing modern and minimalist aesthetics. Continuous internal discount gaskets enhance the weather and sound insulation of this diverse dual-purpose window.
uPVC tilt-turn windows from Oridow have the following features:
1. Multi-chambered frame and sash extrusions for superior strength and insulating properties
2. Reinforced sash and frame to offer increased rigidity and make it easy to fasten hardware
3. Baked powder coated heavy-duty hinges for maximum durability
4. Multi-point stainless steel locking device for improved security
5. Fusion-welded frame and sash corners for strength and durability
6. Screens included
How does the uPVC tilt turn window work?
The window will swing inward when opened in the turn position; alternatively, hinges at the bottom allow it to open inward at the top. Both actions are activated by the turn of a lever, which controls all the mechanics within the frame.
The uPVC tilt-turn windows can be fabricated with different combinations.
We use a 60 mm cross multi-chamber system to make this uPVC tilt turn window. The profile can be a Chinese brand profile, like the CONCH brand, Zhongcai brand, Germany brand like REHAU, VEKA, DIMEX. Thickness from 2.0 to 3.0mm for your choice.
Does tilt and turn windows more expensive?
uPVC tilt turn windows are more expensive than uPVC casement windows because they take longer to manufacture, have more expensive operating systems and locking mechanisms.