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What is the difference between casement windows and sliding windows?


 This kind of window is the window that the window glass can push open on the slide rail, which can be divided into two types: left and right push and pull. The advantage is that it does not occupy indoor or outdoor space regardless of the switch state, it is flexible to open, beautiful in appearance, economical in price, good in sealing, and simple in structure. The window sash has a good stress state and is not easily damaged. With large pieces of glass, it not only increases indoor lighting, but also improves the overall appearance of the building. This is the sliding window.


What is the difference between casement windows and sliding windows?

1. Sliding windows are opened to both sides, and can only be opened halfway at most, and there must be more than two. The casement window can be opened in multiple directions up, down, left, and right, and can be opened up to 100%.

2. Casement windows will take up space, while sliding windows do not. However, the performance of casement window is better than that of sliding windows, such as ventilation performance, wind pressure resistance and sealing, etc., but the sliding windows are better than casement window in terms of processing and operation, because the structure is simpler, Easy to operate.

3. Casement window are generally sealed with rubber strips, and sliding windows are sealed with wool strips, so that the sealing performance of casement window will be stronger than that of sliding windows, so that casement window have a better effect on isolating dust and rain.

4. Casement window are generally locked with two-point locks or heaven and earth locks, while sliding windows use hook locks or latches, so the air tightness of casement window is much stronger.
Casement window and sliding windows have their own advantages and disadvantages, you can choose according to the building and the actual environment, today we will talk about it first.

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