Parallel-Projecting windows are used where the elegant visual effect and homogenous appearance of a glass facade should be retained even when the windows are opened in different ways. In contrast to conventional Tilt-Only or Tilt&Turn windows, the window surface is not swivelled in relation to the frame, but is moved out in an orientation that is parallel to the glass facade. Furthermore, this opening method is also suitable for achieving natural ventilation concepts because of the steplessly controllable opening widths. In comparison to conventional Tilt-Only windows, Parallel-Projecting windows can obtain a much higher rate of air exchange with the same opening width. As with all outwardly opening windows, this type of opening does not take up any room inside.
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