Window Grills Design for Sliding Windows/Sliding Window with Grille/grill Window

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Product Description:

1. Profile:

A. Alloy: Aluminum 6061,6063

B. Temper: T5

C.Wall thickness: 1.2mm--2.0mm. or as client's demand

D. Surface treatment: Powder coating, Anodizing, Electrophoresis, Wood-grain with any color

E. Color: White or customized. F. Lengh: According to clients' needs. 

G. Function: Security, Heatproof, Waterproof, Decoration, Airproof.

2. Glass:  

A. Thickness: Double glazing glass 5mm+6A-19A+5mm.

B. Laminated glass: 5mm+0.38/0.76+5mm. 

C. Any other glass thickness according to customer's requirement.

D. Special: Low-e/ reflective/tempered/float.

E. Color: According to clients' needs3. Hardware:                                                                                                                                                                              High quality products made in China or other international brand as per customer requirment

4. Accessories:

A. Use Glass Silicone / Use Glazing Rubber. 

B. Stainless steel accessories.

5. Production standard: 

Make According To Customer's Detail Requirements.

6. Advantages:

A. Space saving, easy operating, easy to install and clean.

B. Good water-proof, fire proof, heat&sound insulations.

C. Economical and easy to maintenance.

D. High decay resistance.

E. High aging/ultraviolet/resistant.




PRODUCT SPECIFICATION

 

Aluminium Glass Windows And Doors     Advantages:

1.Broad open space.High-quality hardware system allows for smooth opening,and security.

2.Excellent sealing performance brings you more clean space,and saves energy.

3.Unique design of the drainage system can prevent entry of  rain and dust.

 

 

 Aluminium Glass Windows And Doors  Characters:

1.Sound insulation         2.Rainproof                  3.Heat insulation           

4.Easy cleaning              5.Resistance wind       6.Anti-thef

7.Easy installation and durable finish                8.Rust proof nature

9.Anti abrasive properties                                  10.Accurate dimensions

11.Corrosion resistance                                      12.Overall strength

Feature

  • 60mm profile series capable of both outward and inward opening for windows

  • Multi-chambered profile designed for effective thermal and acoustic insulation

  • Optimal wall thickness designed to ensure durability and safety for glass installation

  • Inboard Eurogroove designed to enhance security measures

  • Design optimization of reinforcement chamber for resistant performance to high wind pressure

  • Internally glazed for added security

  • Dual compression seals between the frame and sash provide optimal energy saving and ensure against water and dust penetration and air infiltration

  • Material formulated to undertake severe climatic conditioned regions

  • Glazing possibility of thickness from 5 mm to 33mm


The steps of window construction:

 

 Aluminum or PVC (UPVC) window is being made from Aluminum or UPVC profile, window accessories and glass. 

 To produce an Aluminum or PVC window you have to do the following steps:

  1. Cut the profiles (Aluminum or uPVC Profile, reinforcement and Glazing bead)

  2. Put reinforcement profile inside the uPVC profiles

  3. Screw reinforcement profile into PVC profile

  4.  End mill the mullions

  5. Open holes for door handles, sash fastener channels and espagnolette

  6. Weld uPVC profile or Crimping Aluminum profile

  7.  Clean the welded corners of uPVC windows

  8. Assemble window

Window Grills Design for Sliding Windows/Sliding Window with Grille/grill Window

Window Grills Design for Sliding Windows/Sliding Window with Grille/grill Window





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Q:Weatherization plastic on the windows...?
When you know you'll be comfortable in the house without the plastic on the windows. Some people are comfortable when the weather gets into the 50's, some at other temperatures.
Q:When putting plastic over windows during winter..is it better to put them inside or out?
Inside. You don't want moisture to get in as well as the cold. Make sure their is no gaps. Best to do it on a windy day so you can feel for drafts easier.
Q:Would a window cling stick onto plastic jeep windows...?
I would think it may stick, but it would probably fall off due to the bumpiness of driving, plus when you wash it, it will make it fall off. If your windows are tinted, I wouldn't even mess with it because it may cause a discoloration, but I am not positive. I hope this helps you some! Btw, I love window clings too! :)
Q:How do you get mold off of white plastic trimming in the windows of an RV.?
I use pure white vinegar (full strength)on all mold. It works very well and it's safe for fabrics and the environment. I keep a spray bottle in the bathroom and spray tiles/grout 2-3x week. No more mold. It works exceptionally well on the green algae mold on decks, patios, fences that get slimy in the winter - using a sprayer spray undiluted and it disappears and doesn't come back for months.
Q:Is there a way to get the plastic windows on my convertible clear again without replacing.?
Yes! There are actuall polishes made for these windows. I have also used Softscrub but only on real basket cases. Try some toothpaste and a soft rag on a small spot on your rear window. I have seen this done once before with pretty good results.
Q:painters plastic on flush windows?
You got it Tape windows first, use a razor knife for corners.Now tape plastic to the tape on windows. Cut plastic smaller then window so you tape on tape.
Q:plastic on my windows for winter insulation?
Are you using the shrink wrap type plastic (you use a hair dryer to shrink it down)? I have had good experiences from this stuff, but if you can't get a very nice seal between the plastic and the window frame then it's not going to help much. Is the plastic popping off right away, like while you are blow drying it, or later like the next day or a month later? The problem could be from dust or grime or maybe an oily buildup (especially near kitchens) on the window sills and frames. If this is causing your problems, then a good no residue degreasing cleanser could help you a lot. If that doesn't help, then maybe the particular paint on your sills and frames doesn't work well with the plastic attaching stuff. If you can get the plastic in place and start the shrink wrap process maybe you can shrink it a little less, so there won't be quite so much tension on it but it will still be in place and insulating your house. edit: yes the shrinkwrap goes inside the house over the windows and yes it will work fine. Why did this other dude think i was talking about outside? Cause I mentioned dust and grime? The don't know indoors can get dirty, too?
Q:Can I recycle envelopes if they have plastic windows?
You must remove the plastic window if you want to recycle the envelope because they both go in to different recycling bins
Q:Window plastic insulation question?
Plastic on the inside. Putting it outside will subject it to wind and weather. It will be noisier and will not last all winter. If your new windows are double or triple pane, I would not do them. Look for places where drafts come in around windows, doors, fireplaces. Many of these can be sealed with caulk and are very efficient.
Q:Can you use any plastic to cover ur windows?
That isn't going to work the same. The only way to attach it to your windows is with a staple gun or nails. This sort of plastic isn't intended for indoor use outdoors...it will get ripped right off the house from the wind. Get the receipt take it back. I just covered 7 of my windows yesterday....here's a tip... When you get the indoor stuff and put up the tapes...let them sit on the window for a couple hours. Don't take all the tape off at once when you put up the plastic! That makes everything a PITA! Take the top piece off going across the 2 tapes runing down...peel those back just about 1 foot. Hang the plastic piece make sure as it hangs down, it covers both tapes reaches the bottom horizontal piece too. If it's off center, having just a bit of the sticky tape exposed makes moving the plastic so much easier. After you've peeled the tapes back the plastic is stuck to the tape...take a small soft hand towel run it along the tapes to make sure the plastic is fully stuck to the tapes the tapes are fully stuck to the window frames. Carful when heating the plastic! I use my heat gun, but if you've never doine this before...stick to a hair dryer. It's best to look at what your heating from an angle, because you can better see all the wrinkles getting smoothed out. Start with a small, easy window. If you screw it up, it's easier to fix. I melt one every year, but I've gotten really good at patching them!

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