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2000 Series Single Hung

Hung Window

Frame Depth (inches) 3.25

Description A versatile 3-1/4" single hung window with security/vandal screen capabilities. Radius tops and arches available.

 

  • Applications
  • Commercial
  • Government and Municipal
  • Historic Replication

AAMA Class

AW-PG45

Test Size (inches)

60 x 99

Air Infiltration (cfm/ft2)

0.20

Water Resistance (psf)

10.03

Design Pressure Positive (psf)

45.11

Uniform Load Structural (psf)

60.67

U-Value

0.40 - 0.61

CRF

55

STC

32-37

Notes

The air infiltration and water resistance performance values provided above were achieved in a controlled lab environment. Performance of our products in the field will vary depending on product configurations, installation methods, and ambient conditions. AAMA 502 “Voluntary Specification for Field Testing of Newly Installed Fenestration Products” should be adhered to for testing installed products.

Standard Features

  • Block & tackle balances for superior operation
  • Mulls to 3 1/4" frame fixed and operable products
  • Sash easily removes from frame for maintenance & cleaning
  • Removable take-out clips to prevent unauthorized sash removal
  • Full-length extruded lift handles
  • Auto-sill locks

Optional Features

  • True muntins
  • Applied-profile muntin grids
  • Class 5 balance to 120 lb. sash
  • 2" and extended-flange frame
  • Integral transom
  • Impost for double window utilizing continuous head and sill
  • White bronze lock at meeting rail
  • Sloped exterior optional
  • Custom nail fins for commercial new construction
  • Blast-Resistant (B2000) model available
  • Historic Bevel (2000H) model available

Technical Data

Installation Accessories

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CAD Files

Description

AutoCAD

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Insulating Glass, no Screen Track
Insulating Glass with Screen Track
Insulating Glass, Historic
Single Hung over Fixed
Frame Options 1
Frame Options 2
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TESTING: Our products are tested to the standards of and certified by the American Architectural Manufacturer's Association and the National Fenestration Rating Council.