QUANTAPANEL Insulating Glass System

The Quanta Panel 500 Series

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Jun 20, 2018 10:00:42 PM

500seriesThe 500 series low-e storm window consists of externally installed products available in three (3) basic styles (corresponding to the underlying prime window):

QUANTAPANEL 502 Picture Window (PW) 
The 502 is used to insulate and air seal a fixed picture window.

QUANTAPANEL 504 Double Hung (DH) 
This product is used to insulate and air seal a double or single hung prime window. The 504 consists of a double track (2T) design with an operable lower sash located on the interior track. The outside track consists of a fixed upper sash and a screen, both of which can be easily removed for cleaning and other maintenance. Employing a 2T design equips this product with superior air sealing capabilities and provides a lower profile to preserve the aesthetics of the underlying window. This product is also available for oriel-style double hung windows (unequal sash heights).

QUANTAPANEL 506 Horizontal Slider (SL) 
This product is used to insulate and air seal horizontal sliding window. The 506 consists of a double track (2T) design with an operable sash on the inner track. The outside track consists of a fixed sash and screen, both of which can be easily removed for cleaning and other maintenance. Employing a 2T design equips this product with superior air sealing capabilities and provides a lower profile to preserve the aesthetics of the underlying window.

 

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Topics: exterior storm windows, energy efficient storm windows, low-e storm windows, energy efficient replacement windows

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