Timber Sash Windows
The design of our vertical sliding sash window is the product of an extensive collaboration between our technicians and consultant architect to ensure that our box sash reproduces, as faithfully as possible. Frames, sashes, sills and beads are all made from Hardwood Mahogany or Softwood Pine.
By combining traditional aesthetics with innovative design, Oakview have developed a superior range of sliding sash windows, offering a range of high performance windows suitable for any new build or refurbishment project. Timber sash windows are available in a traditional box cords and weights.
- Type of wood: Mahogany Red Meranti
- Construction: Sliding system top-down
- Paints: Standard white RAL9003
- Glazing: clear soft coat double glazed sealed units Ug = 1.1 W/m2k. Toughened safety glass (optional)
- Types of opening: Sliding up and down
- Hardware: Shift assisted steel weights fitted inside the window frames.
- Mullions (Optional): Stick-on timber bars or structural bars.
Fire retardant coatings for wood
Teknos fire retardant coatings, intumescent primers and paints, are waterborne and can be applied to any wood-based substrate through a traditional coating process. Our solution will ensure that your sustainable wood material meets the most stringent fire safety standards without compromising its appearance or cost.
How fire retardant coating works
During a fire, fire retardant coating swells to form a protective foam layer, which partially uses energy during foaming and partially insulates the underlying wood from fire. Fire retardant treated wood provides benefits like a significantly slower ignition time, less smoke production, and no flaming droplets. Fire retardant treatment for wood gives people more time to escape a fire.
How to choose fire retardant coating
Teknos actively provides technical support and training to clients. We can advise you on the most appropriate fire-retardant solution for your needs, technical application, conforming to regulations, testing, quality assurance systems, certification, training and project management. To learn more about how Teknos fire retardant coatings can boost the safety, appearance, and sustainability of your projects.