Large rectangular-shaped center vertical-pivot steel unit with side-mounted handle.

Circular-shaped center horizontal-pivot wood unit with exposed hinges and handle on the bottom.

Standard:  Most Double-pane configurations.
Optional:  Most Triple-pane configurations.

Depends entirely on the wood profile chosen.

Typically German or Austrian hardware depending on the particular requirement.
Other European and North American-branded hardware is also available upon request.

We do not accept self-supplied hardware for this type of window.

Wet glazed wood windows have an option of clear, white, grey, brown, or black caulking.

Cladded frame seals are black as standard.
Acoustic Resistance:  Fully dependent of the design chosen.

The entire pallet of stains and paints from Gori, Adler, Sikkens, as well as others are available, as well as oils and other wood treatments.

Rectangular, Triangular, Pentagonal, Octagonal, Full Circle, other symmetric polygonal shapes by request. 

As part of our Custom Requests function, EuroClime offers the somewhat rare center or assymetric pivot windows. While they are not a separate product line of their own since they can be made in almost all of the wood. aluminum, and steel line profiles, they do have special hardware requirements that make them a fully custom product. Generally, most of these windows, from small to large, come in the horizontal pivot form.  However, these units can also be obtained in vertical pivot configuration if desired.  Assymetric pivot units where the axis of rotation is not in the middle of an opening are typically limited to vertical pivot designs as assymetric horizontal designs require complex hardware to compensate for the balance issues due to uneven weighting about the axis of rotation.  Unlike the center/assymetric windows of yesteryear, our designs are fairly energy efficient due to better seals and modern closing hardware. We are proud to offer these truly unique solutions for eccentric projects where the window pivot feature can be one of the defining elements of a special structure.