3900i Casement

    Features & Information
  • Standard Features
    • Thermal strut thermal barrier at frame for enhanced performance and dual finish capability
    • Small sightline and deep integral bevel to perfectly suit historic steel replica applications
    • Equal sightline makes vents and fixed lites virtually indistinguishable from the exterior
    • Wet glazed with structural silicone for maximum seal strength and water resistance
    • Tubular meeting rails and vents with 0.125” wall thickness for superior structural performance
    • Aluminum butt hinges for increased vent weight capacity and white bronze cam locks
    • 1 1/8” insulated glass for increased thermal performance and sound attenuation
    • AAMA 2603/2604/2605 painted or AAMA 611 anodized finishes
  • Optional Features
    • True, exterior applied ¾” deep or between the glass muntin grids
    • Insect screens (fiberglass, aluminum or stainless steel mesh)
    • Hurricane Windborne Debris Impact Resistance (Large Missile)
    • Multi-point locks, custodial hardware, roto-operators (outswing only), concealed 4-bar stainless steel hinges
    • Limit devices (NYCDOH stamped where applicable)
  • Performance Charts
  • Downloadable Details, Data Sheet + Specification
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Architects must balance longevity, cost, risk and beauty while controlling the effects of temperature, water, wind, acoustics and storm-driven projectiles. Architects collaborate best with manufacturers driven by an equal passion for balance and control.

Performance Data1
Series Operation AMAA
Rating
Test Size
(inches)
Air (cfm/ft2)
@ 6.24 psf
Water
(psf)
Design Pressure
(psf)
Structural Overload
(psf)
OITC U-Factor
(BTU/HR/FT2/F)
3900i Outswing AW-PG150 36 x 60 <0.01 25 150 225 Consult AWM See Below
  • 1 Based on independent certified laboratory testing per AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440. Field results will vary based on size, test methods, accessories & conditions.
Thermal Performance Chart1
Window Size (Inches) CENTER OF INSULATED GLASS U-FACTOR/SPACER TYPE (“Alum.” = Aluminum, “Warm” = Warm Edge) 2
0.33/Alum. 0.33/Warm 0.29/Alum. 0.29/Warm 0.24/Alum. 0.24/Warm 0.20/Alum. 0.20/Warm
24 x 59* casement 0.550 0.538 0.526 0.514 0.497 0.484 0.450 0.441
36 x 60 casement 0.498 0.489 0.471 0.461 0.438 0.428 0.390 0.383
47 x 59* fixed 0.420 0.401 0.392 0.372 0.358 0.337 0.314 0.296
  • 1Based on independent certified simulations in accordance with NFRC 100
  • 2Consult AWM for additional configurations
  • *Designates NFRC Gateway size
Thermal Performance Chart1
Window Size WHOLE WINDOW U-FACTOR USING ARGON FILLED SPUTTER COAT LOW-E #2 INSULATED GLASS WITH A WARM EDGE SPACER2 2
  • 1 Based on independent certified simulations in accordance with NFRC 100
  • 2 Consult AWM for additional configurations
  • * Designates NFRC Gateway size

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