Gas Lift Window
A gas lift window, also known as a gas strut window or a pneumatic window, is a type of window that uses gas-filled struts to support and lift the window sash. The window gas struts are typically made of a cylinder filled with nitrogen gas and a piston that moves in and out of the cylinder as the window is opened or closed.
Gas lift windows are commonly used in modern architectural designs, especially in commercial buildings, as they allow for large windows and minimal framing. Gas strut servery windows are also popular in residential settings, particularly in areas where the views are spectacular and the need for an unobstructed view is high.
One of the main advantages of gas lift windows is that they can be easily opened and closed with little effort, as the gas strut awning window take most of the weight of the window. This makes them ideal for use in areas where a lot of ventilation is required, such as kitchens and bathrooms.
Gas lift windows are also safe to use as they are designed to stay open at any position and will not suddenly close or slam shut. This is because the window struts have a built-in damping mechanism that slows down the movement of the window sash as it reaches the fully open or closed position.
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