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GT1000 CV Series AW-PG90 (Fixed) /AW-PG100 (Vented)

Casement Window

Frame Depth (inches) 3.375

Description A monumental bevel in combination with equal sightlines between fixed and operable vents create a refined, eloquent appearance. Highly energy efficient thermal strut system for superior U-values.


  • Applications
  • Commercial
  • Education
  • Historic Replication
  • Residential High-Rise

Test Size (inches)

36 x 60

Air Infiltration (cfm/ft2)

0.01/0.08 (Vented)

Water Resistance (psf)

20/15.04 (Vented)

Design Pressure Positive (psf)

90.23/100.25 (Vented)

Uniform Load Structural (psf)

135.34/150.38 (Vented)


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

  • 3⅜" frame depth
  • In-swing operation
  • Concealed hinges
  • Thermal strut system for superior U-values
  • Center gasket for pressure equalization (vent only)
  • Euro-groove design for hardware versatility
  • Equal sightlines between fixed lites and concealed vents
  • 1" deep monumental bevel

Optional Features

  • Exterior applied muntin grids (fixed lites only)
  • Limit device (in-swing casement)
  • ADA operation per maximum size restriction
  • Unitized (factory assembled) receptor system
  • Dual finish (two-tone color) option

Technical Data

Product Literature

Additional Resources

Installation Accessories

3⅜" Frame Accessories
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3⅜" Unitized Frame Accessories
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CAD Files




Casement Inswing; Standard Frame
Fixed/Casement Inswing; Standard Frame
Casement Inswing/Fixed; Standard frame
Fixed; Standard Frame
Casement Inswing; Curtain Wall Insert Frame
Concealed Vent (CV)/Fixed
TESTING: Our products are tested to the standards of and certified by the American Architectural Manufacturer's Association and the National Fenestration Rating Council.