The Giesse experience in the inward opening hardware led to the development of a complete and technologically advanced range of solutions for aluminum Tilt-and-Turn windows, doors, Side-Hung windows and Tilt-and-Slide openings. Solutions designed to respond efficiently to all the needs that a window must satisfy as quick assembly, sealing, safety and maneuverability.
Giesse Tilt-and-Turn, core business and main product of Giesse tradition in all its variants in terms of load, movement and application, meets all market requirements. Giesse and its historical product, walk together since the dawn of aluminum window and are still together to give body to innovations, both technological than in design, that will be presented in the next future.
Among the various types of windows, available inside a house, the door is certainly that to which is implicitly required a high level of safety and reliability in time.
The use of thick profiles and shatterproof glass brings to create increasingly heavy doors, requiring robust and reliable accessories. Aluminum allows combining the best aesthetic needs of the market with the excellent mechanical and performance features, typical of this material.
Accessories installed on an aluminum door (hinges, locks, handles) must therefore meet increasingly stringent requirements in terms of maximum achievable load, cyclic fatigue resistance, corrosion resistance, burglar resistance, suitability for use on fire-resistant doors, as requested in tenders.
Giesse has never disregarded products for Side-Hung windows: the simplest, the most widely used, surely the most classic of openings. The simplicity of the product, however, does not translate into a reduced offer: Giesse manufactures a complete range of product for side-hung and bottom-hung inward openings, paying attention to both security and design. This range, in fact, includes components to ensure the safety of the window as limiting arms and cremones with key.
Giesse Tilt-and-Slide is the solution that combines the answer to the need of large glazing with the functionality of a window that can be open in different positions, but always keeping to a minimum the occupied space of the sash inside the house.