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Heritage

Series

crank-out

awnings feature a multi-point

locking system as standard,

which quickly and securely

locks units from one convenient

location. A sleek, slim-line

handle and escutcheon makes

windows

more

attractive.

Handles and escutcheons

are Clay as standard. Other

finishes available are White,

Beige, Brass, Antique Brass,

Satin Nickel, Antique Nickel,

Rustic Umber, and Matte Black

finishes.

Multi-Point Lock

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1-3/4" thick sash

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Overall jamb width is 4-9/16"

(basic box width is 3-1/2")

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Constructed of pine, with pine interior stops and

wood mull casings on mulled units

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Energy efficient, insulating LoE

2

-270 glass

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Glazed to the interior with beveled wood glazing

beads

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1-15/16" exterior brickmould applied

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All exterior wood parts are preservative-treated

1-15/16" brickmould

applied as standard

Crank-Out Awning Standard Features

NOTE: All measurements are nominal.

folding handle in Clay

(closed)

folding handle in Clay

(open)

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Exterior frame and sash are latex primed

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Fully weatherstripped for a tight seal

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Interior screens with Clay-colored aluminum frames

and BetterVue

®

fiberglass mesh

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Clay-colored folding handles, operator covers and

multi-point locks

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Folding corrosion resistant operators with concealed,

adjustable hinges

Clay-colored, folding handles are applied to

crank-out awning units as standard. Other

finishes available are White, Beige, Brass,

Antique Brass, Satin Nickel, Antique Nickel,

Rustic Umber, and Matte Black. Multi-point lock

handles will match operator handle colors.

Hardware

NOTE: Not available on units with a box size smaller than 1' 4".

Photo courtesy of Kenneth M Wyner Photography, Inc.

Crank-Out

Awnings

Crank-out awnings open out from the bottom with a crank handle that folds down when not in use. Choose motorized

operators for an effortless way to open and close your window, especially if it’s in a hard-to-reach place.

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Kolbe Heritage Series