Sliding window integrated into the facade
- Simple and intuitive operation
- Moving element and fixed glazing in a single layer – no offset
- Mechanically locked and weatherproof
- As variants for insulating glass and as single-pane/laminated safety glass variants
The innovative design feature of the sliding window system lies in the fact that the sliding element lies in line with the surrounding facade when the window is closed. To open, the sliding element swivels inwards from the facade level and can be slid in front of the adjoining glass element.
The window can be operated using one hand. By clasping the handle, the brake is released and the window can be moved with very little effort and steplessly positioned.
The structure is reduced to the essential parts and offers the greatest possible transparency. The window comprises a circumferential support frame which holds the mechanism and guide track for the moving glass element. When opened, the moving glass element moves inward and can be slid in front of the fixed glass element. When closed, the moving glass element lies surrounded by the seal and can be mechanically locked.