A residential door is a large door on a garage that opens either manually or by an electric motor (a garage door opener). Garage doors are frequently large enough to accommodate automobiles and other vehicles. Small garage doors may be made in a single panel that tilts up and back across the garage ceiling. Larger doors are usually made in several jointed panels that roll up on tracks across the garage ceiling, or into a roll above the doorway. The operating mechanism is spring-loaded or counterbalanced to offset the weight of the door and reduce human or motor effort required to operate the door. Less commonly, some garage doors slide or swing horizontally. Doors are made of wood, metal, or fiberglass, and may be insulated to prevent heat loss. Warehouses, bus garages and locomotive sheds have larger versions.
CASEMENT WINDOW (Open Out)
A casement is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges. Casement windows are hinged at the side. Windows hinged at the top are referred to as awning windows, and ones hinged at the bottom are called hoppers. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, in which case they are hinged on the outside. Casement windows are often held open using a casement stay.Hinged at the top: awning window .In the UK, casement windows were the most common house window before the sash window was introduced, and usually contained leaded glass—glass panes held in place with strips of lead (called lead "cames"; leaded glass is not to be confused with lead glass, which refers to the manufacture of the glass itself). These casement windows usually were hinged on the side, and opened inward. The windows were covered by functional exterior shutters, which opened outward. Variants of casement windows are still the norm in many European count
The earliest windows were just holes in a wall. Later, windows were covered with animal hide, cloth, or wood. Shutters that could be opened and closed came next. Over time, windows were built that both protected the inhabitants from the elements and transmitted light, using multiple small pieces of translucent material (such as flattened pieces of translucent animal horn, thin slices of marble, or pieces of glass) set in frameworks of wood, iron or lead. In the Far East, paper was used to fill windows. The Romans were the first known to use glass for windows, a technology likely first produced in Roman Egypt. Namely, in Alexandria ca. 100 AD cast glass windows, albeit with poor optical properties, began to appear, but these were small thick productions, little more than blown glass jars (cylindrical shapes) flattened out into sheets with circular striation patterns throughout. It would be over a millennium before a window glass became transparent enough to see t
TILT AND TURN SYSTEM
This system offer alternatives suitable for every taste and budget, thanks to their soft-lines aesthetic design and harmonious combinations. A contemporary styled internally beaded window or door which allows the sash profiles to both tilt and fully open inwards. The sash profiles offer a stepped to outer frame finish and ideally suited for commercial and domestics application where cleaning from the inside is a requirement. Also available as French window combination.
SLIDING WINDOW AND DOOR SYSTEM
This brings a new concept for your needs. With its perfect design and functioning in place, offers new options. It has a decorative appearance which is owned to soft lines and beads. Complementing symmetrical features. This type provides perfect insulation by the use of concealed wool pile files, gaskets and adaptors. A selection of different bead allows the application of double or single glazing units. By the use of this system, practical and economical detail solutions are possible.
SBS Doors Installation together with its partner, General Industry Corporation (Industrial Development Fund) have established and agreement with Theyson Extrusion Technik (Austria) and Plus Plan (Germany) which has more than 50 yrs. of experience in the plastic business to provide a complete service for the uPVC industry, covering the design and manufacture of extrusion lines and tooling as well as windows and doors systems.Well after 30 years of outstanding success, the answer today is clear Yes- at least for European type climates. But it is true for every climate. The answer appears to be yes again, given the fact that the use of uPVC windows is growing rapidly throughout the world.The demands on the outdoor performance of uPVC climb up with increasing air temperature and UV radiation.1 comments