Casement Windows

AEROGLASS casement windows are commonly paired with fixed windows to get seamless views while allowing for air ventilation.

Casement windows are hinged on one side and operated by a handle. They open outward like a door, offering unobstructed views and allowing for efficient ventilation. Their single-panel design provides large, uninterrupted expanses of glass, and when closed, they offer excellent insulation against air infiltration.


Casement Window Features

  • Dual and triple glaze available.
  • 90% Argon glass

Standard Sizing (per panel)


FAQ: What is the difference between casement and awning windows?
Casement and awning windows differ primarily in their hinge placement and direction of opening. Casement windows are hinged on the side and swing outward like a door, providing unobstructed views and efficient airflow when fully opened. On the other hand, awning windows are hinged at the top and open outward from the bottom, resembling an awning. 

Casement windows offer ventilation even during light rain and are often installed in spaces like bathrooms or kitchens where protection from the elements is needed. Ultimately, the choice between casement and awning windows depends on specific functional and aesthetic preferences, with each offering unique benefits for different applications.

Casement Window  Performance 

All AEROFRAME products are tested to the North American NFRC and NAFS standards. Available in double or triple glazing, our folding doors are approved for all climate zones in the United States and Canada. 

CW – PG 70

Primary Designator

3360 Pa (70 psf)

Positive Design Pressure

-3360 Pa (-70 psf)

Negative Design Pressure

510 Pa (6.75 psf)

Water Penetration Resistance Pressure

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