FIRE RATED WINDOWS

Suitable for industrial, commercial, institutional, school and residential use

We're pushing elegance and safety boundaries of fire-rated windows

3/4 hr. and 1 hr. Fire Protection

3/4 hr. and 1 hr. Fire Protection

Fire rated windows accommodate a variety of UL fire rated glazing.

ield-Proven Dependability

Field-Proven Dependability

All fire rated window frames are Listed by Underwriters Laboratories under the category of Door and Window Frames (GVTV).

Non-Industrial Appearance

Non-Industrial Appearance

Our fire rated window is the preferred design when steel fire windows are specified in building code requirements


Additional advantages of fire rated windows

They’re more safe.

Automatic heat closure devices are standard for all operating windows. Horizontal Sliding windows may also be equipped with a resettable device which may be activated by electrical signal.

They’re aesthetically compatible.

Our windows are also ideal as replacement windows for older buildings that are required to meet up-dated code stipulations. They are aesthetically compatible with all types of architecture.

They increase your home's real estate ealue.

Not only will your building management almost always permit the installation of our Windows, but they can actually bring up the real estate value of your home.

Available fire rated windows

Slider

Series 900

Features

  • Conform to current AAMA HS-C30 Specificationss
  • Maximun UL approved size for 900 Series: 6050
  • Manufactured from galvanized cold rolled steel

Options

  • Custom Colors
  • Impact safety ratings
  • Premium clear non-wire glazing

Specifications and drawings

Specifications 900 series
Specifications 900P series
Drawings

Single Hung

Series 925 & H925

Features

  • Conform to current AAMA H-C30 Specifications
  • Maximun UL approved size for 925 Series: 4070
  • Full length mechanical interlock at meeting rail

Options

  • Premium clear non-wire glazing
  • Impact safety ratings
  • Insulated glass units with internal muntins, Low-E, and tints

Specifications and drawings

Specifications 925 series
Specifications 925P series
Drawings

Fixed Lite

Series 950 & H950

Features

  • Conform to AAMA F-C30 Specifications
  • Maximum UL approved size for 950 Series: 6060
  • True muntins, when required, integral to framing

Options

  • New High Performance F-HC75 available
  • Premium clear non-wire glazing
  • Custom colors

Specifications and drawings

Specifications 950 series
Specifications 950H series
Drawings

Awning/Projected

Series 975

Features

  • Conforms to AAMA CW-PG60-AP Specifications
  • Automatic fusible link heat activated closure
  • Heavy duty, stainless steel, four-bar hinges

Options

  • Premium clear non-wire glazing
  • Custom Colors

Specifications and drawings

Specifications 975 series
Drawings

Casement

Series 985

Features

  • Conforms to AAMA CW-PG60-C Specifications
  • Manufactured from galvanized cold rolled steel
  • Underwriters Laboratories tested and classified

Options

  • Premium clear non-wire glazing
  • Custom colors

Specifications and drawings

Specifications 985 series
Drawings

Map of wildfire probability

Wildfire risk is widespread throughout California, but it varies dramatically according to where you live.

So, in the hope of better preparedness, Cal Fire released a set of maps that purport to show where the hazard is highest.

The maps show the probability of wildfire in a given area by taking a number of factors into account: vegetation, fire history and topography (since steeper slopes have higher fire risk).

“No matter where you live in California, you are at risk for wildfires."

The hazard zones come in three categories: moderate, high and very high.

Below:

  • moderate hazard zone
  • high
  • very high