A classic Norwegian window with a 180 degree rotation of the sash in the vertical plane. In the 1960s of the 20th century, among the fjords and piercing winds, Norwegian designers developed an original technical solution that provides safe and, at the same time, convenient window service from inside the room.
This window is also called the "housewive's window", since when you open the window, the sash turns outward, without disturbing the order on the windowsill: flowers in pots and curtains remain in place. A special mechanism and a stop-lock make it easy to open and safely ventilate the room even with small children in the house.
Classic windows have an undeniable advantage in poor weather conditions: under the pressure of the wind, the window sash is pressed more tightly against the frame.
The design is a single-frame model of a reversible window with a width of 95 mm. A triple-glazed unit with E-glass and a Super Spacer are installed in the sash .
Classic window is equipped with original hardware from the Norwegian company Spilka.
|Glazing||Triple glazed insulation unit 4e-12-4-12-4|
|U-value||When using the triple glazed unit with energy saving glass, Super Spacer and inert gas: U= 1,0 W/м²k|
|Sound insulation||Ra = 32 dB|
|Materials||Oak, Northern Pine|