Clerestory Extension Pole:
A Clerestory Extension Pole is
used to open and close high-mounted, operable clerestory windows.
A Clerestory Window is any high-mounted
window above eye level, with the purpose of bringing outside light,
fresh air, or both into the inner space.
Screen Wire is a metal wire mesh stretched into
a window frame, designed to cover the opening of a window.
A Window Balance is a device used to counter
balance a window so that it will remain in an open position.
A Window Crank is a device with a handle that
can be turned to open a window.
Window Glazing is the actual glass piece
in a window frame.
A Window Grille is made up of bars that divide
window glass into smaller panes.
A Window Hinge is a metal piece that is attached
to a window frame, allowing it to swing open and closed freely.
A Window Latch is a device that is designed
to hold a window closed.
Window Latch Operator:
A Window Latch Operator is a device
that opens a window when a window crank is turned.
A Window Lift is the handle that is used to
manually lift open a window.
See Window Latch.
Window Operator Adapter:
A Window Operator Adapter is used
to allow a window to be opened with a Clerestory extension pole.
Window Operator Cover:
A Window Operator Cover is a metal
or plastic piece that houses and protects the window operator.
Window Rollers are used to allow a window
to slide open and closed.
Weather Stripping is material that is
used to seal a window on all sides to prevent rain and weather from
getting in and interior air from escaping.