Various window types are available for curtain walls, including the out-swing window, sliding window, and fixed louver with operable windows behind the glass. Each type has its unique features and applications.
The out-swing window is a common type of curtain wall window that can tilt outward and provide good ventilation and natural lighting. The sliding window is an easy-to-operate window that can be opened and closed without occupying interior space. The fixed louver with an operable window behind the glass combines the features of a fixed louver and operable window, providing good ventilation and lighting while also allowing for temperature and light control.
Choosing the appropriate curtain wall window type requires considering multiple factors, such as building design, usage scenarios, ventilation needs, and lighting requirements. The design of curtain wall windows should be coordinated with the entire curtain wall system to ensure that the appearance and functionality of the whole building are optimized.