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Inward tilt-turn aluminum window

Inward tilt-turn window can be opened inward like the general inward opening casement window, and can also be tilted inward, i.e., the lower portion of the window does not move, while the upper tilted toward the room.

The inward tilt-turn window is completely a "standard configuration" in Europe, and is adopted by most of residential projects. In these years of promotion of the inward tilt-turn window in China, we have found there are too many people who do not understand it. In addition to non-building professionals, and even a lot of developers and designers do not completely learn it. Although some of them knows the inward tilt-turn window, they completely do not understand the form of this kind of window and often ask me questions like "Does the inward tilt-turn window occupy the interior space? Does it affect the  curtains very much? "

Therefore, as the spreaders of the advanced concept, we believe it is necessary to illustrate the advantages of the inward tilt-turn window in combination with the use photos of the field-taken specialized residential inward tilt-turn window for everyone and to clarify some erroneous understanding.

Misunderstanding: The inward tilt-turn window occupies a large room space and affects the installation of the curtain.

Let's explain step by step:

As we know, the two most important functions of windows are - lighting and ventilation.

For the demand for lighting, whether the window is in the open  state, or tilt-turned state, or off state, the light can be unimpeded through the glass into the room, so the inward tilt-turn window can fully meet the requirements for the lighting.

For the ventilation requirements, the inward tilt-turned function fully reflects the incomparable advantages, compared other type windows:

1. Optimizing ventilation performance.

When the window tilts inward, not only a naturally ventilated room can be got, but also the air comes into the room from the windows and side, and not directly blows the human body. Especially when the indoor and outdoor temperature difference is big, it is possible to greatly reduce the risks of cold caused due to direct wind. Especially in high-rise apartments or empty villas, in windy spring and autumn days, the inward tilt-turn window is completely makes the exchange of indoor and outdoor air smooth, comfortable and soft.

2. Improving security.

When windows tilts inward, the window is in the open ventilation state, while compared to the outside or inside casement window, it is very safe and has anti-theft performance. The reason is simple – even if the thief can put his hand into the window, he is unable to open the window and can not enter the room! Therefore, the owners can set the window in tilting-inward state when he leaves the house, which ensures continued ventilation, and it is unnecessary to be worry about coming in of a thief.

3. Dustproof and rainproof performance

When windows tilt inward, the air current of entering the room will be blocked first by the glass. The heavier dust particles in the air do not turn quickly, naturally, and are blocked in the outdoors. In the rainy day, the rain falls from up to down. Even if the rain deflects to the room due to the wind direction, the rain will be blocked outside the window glass. So when the owners are not at home, they do not have to worry about that the rain water damages the furniture, floor and so on.

4. Easy to clean

If one lives on over the second floor, owners with out-opening windows outside must have the following pain experience: There is basically no way to clean the windows, because it is simple, it is out-opened. Even if you can be flexible enough and have long arms so that you can extends your arm outside the window, but very unfortunately, you live on the 28th floor, is it too dangerous when more than half of your body is out of the window? And the inward tilt-turn window can be completely opened and easily cared. No such a trouble!

In summary, we can draw a very simple conclusion:

As for the inward tilt-turn window, in more than 99% time, it keeps the two states: off or tilting-in states. Even in 1% completely flat opening state, only two possibilities: transitory intensive ventilation and wiping the window.

If you have an opportunity to go to Europe, you might as well take note the windows of villas, apartments, or modern or classical residences, you will find that as mentioned above, 99% of simple and bright windows are in two states: off or tilting-inward. 

Owing to the popularity of modern minimalist design style, more and more windows designs tend to be larger and more concise. Indeed, if these windows are usually flat inward, there may be more than 30% room space to be occupied. Now, when you understand use common sense about the inward tilt-turn window, you know, only in the 1% time, the window is will be entirely opened. Moreover, the 1% of time could be used to clean the windows, then, do you have any reason to worry about that the inward tilt-turn will occupy indoor space?

In addition, many people worry that curtains can not be installed on the inward tilt-turn window. The answer is simple: When the inward tilt-turn window tilts inward, there is only over 10 cm gap between the upper of the sash and window frame. On the one hand, the window are often installed in the hole on the wall, on other hand, there is a distance from a few centimeters to over 10 centimeters between a curtain rail and the wall, so in the tilting-inward state, the window is completely  does not affect the use of curtains. Meanwhile, tilting inward of the window avoids actually the possibility of "fighting" between the flat-opened window and cabinets, faucets, wardrobes, furniture and so on.