Halo Upvc Tilt and Turn Windows

Halo Tilt and Turn Windows
Manufactured in the UK

Tilt and Turn windows open inwards, which is very distinct from traditional casement windows, and have found favour with many architects and clients who have projects for which an open out window is not suitable.

The tilt and turn window is popular where an inward opening application is required, for instance where outside window shutters prevent a window from opening outwards. It operates simply into ‘ventilation mode’, where the top of the sash tilts inwards. On closing the sash and further rotating the handle the hinge mechanism is engaged which makes the sash swing inwards for an easier and safer clean to the outside windowpane.

Key features of
Tilt and Turn Windows

  • Two-way operation windows, first or tilt position
  • Offers good ventilation
  • Second or turn position offers cleaning and egress
  • Child restrictors and ‘safe’ locking handles provide safety in use features
  • High security locking mechanisms
  • Windows tested to BS7950
  • Windows open inwards into the room

Opening types

Tilt & turn windows provide the ideal solution for locations where
window safety and window access may be an issue. The unique concealed hardware design means that the window can be set in one of two positions. As a result of the unique properties of the Tilt & turn window, they are ideal for apartments or flats, from the ground floor up.

Tilted position
This position allows a window to tilt open, giving for good ventilation, but without comprimising safety.

Turned position
The whole sash opens out into the room allowing for easy cleaning or maintenance. Concealed hardware built into the frame and sash allows the window to tilt and turn in two directions. Clever stuff!

Downloads and guides

Halo Upvc Tilt and Turn brochure Download

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