Inward opening (also known as tilt-and-turn) windows are traditional to Central Europe. Viking DK13-2k Window is a solid timber window with a 78 mm profile system and Argon filled double glazing unit.
Typical opening types are side hung (turn) combined with the ventilation opening (tilt from top of the sash): tilt-and-turn window. The Thermal transmittance U Value of Viking Windows Tilt and Turn windows are Uw = 1,29 W/²K
DK13 timber windows:
Traditional, convenient, enduring, energy efficient, sustainable.
DK13 aluminium clad timber windows:
Modern, convenient, enduring, energy efficient, sustainable.
Tilt and turn windows:
Window opens inwards in two ways - traditional side hung (turn) and the ventilation opening (tilt from top of the sash). There is also micro ventilation possibility. In addition ventilation restrictor device can be added to hardware to enable to fix the position after tilting sash. Maximum weight of sash is 100 kg. Available also as double sash french window (without mullion).
Side hung windows:
Window opens inwards to one side (turn). Maximum weight of sash is 100 kg. Available also as double sash french window (without mullion).
The window tilts inwards from the top, but only a little, to allow ventilation. Maximum weight of sash is 100 kg.
Fixed lights and windows with mullions and transoms:
Fixed light is a simple solution which includes a glazing unit installed directly to the window frame. This is a way to increase light gain inside. A more complex variation could be a window with a fixed casement. This could be a case of historic buildings where it is required to maintain the outside face.
Viking Window product lines also include a wide variety of dividing possibilities for frames and casements: mullions, transoms, glazing bars and applied bars on glazing units. A single multilight window frame can be as big as 2,5 x 3,2 m.
Besides retangular windows we offer solution for angular and rounded openings too.