tilt & turn windows
The versatile multi function system features the warmth of timber inside and low maintenance aluminium outside
Made from energy efficient hardwood timber on the inside, and low maintenance aluminium cladding on the outside, Wood-Alu tilt & turn windows are custom made to your specifications. They offer visual appeal with a powder coated exterior finish which does not need painting. A variety of colours are available for the exterior cladding and the internal timber can be factory spray painted in a range of stains or solid colours.
With a very narrow aluminium strip on the sash, the brand new design presents a modern look, appropriate for residential and commercial applications. Double or triple glazed with a variety of Australian glass available, including low-E glass or I-glass, for highest energy efficiencies, and suitable also for Passive House.
Windows with tilt and turn functionality dominate in Europe and are now gaining popularity among discerning architects, designers and property owners in Australia. Ample fresh air can pass into the room in the tilt position (open at the top inwards like a hopper window). This position also acts as a safety precaution that prevents small children from climbing through the window. The fully opened inward turn position makes life easy when cleaning windows.
In addition, Wood-Alu products feature German hardware and employ the latest energy saving technologies that achieve massive energy savings of up to 85%, no drafts with low air infiltration from 0.05, and an astonishing noise reduction of up to 42dB.
Wood-Alu composite windows combine the best of both worlds, insulating timber frames - enhancing the feeling of comfort and wellbeing - with engineered low maintenance aluminium.
Wood-Alu Range (400 KB)
How Tilt and Turn works
The window or door will swing inward when opened in the turn position - alternatively, a sophisticated hinging mechanism allows it to open inward at the top like a hopper window (tilt). Both actions are activated by the turn of the handle, which controls all the mechanics of the German hardware.