espagnolette


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espagnolette

(ɛˌspænjəˈlɛt; French ɛspaɲɔlɛt)
n
(Architecture) architect the fastening device on a French window
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In the closed position the doors are secured by internal, full-height lockable espagnolette bolts, which engage into the bottom and top track.
The tracks are Woman In Sin, Espagnolette, After You've Gone, Am Furat de la Haidouks, Fever, Djordje's Rachenitza, Pena Andalue, CouCou, Kolo Suite, O Dewel, Opa Opa, and Nedim.
Most modern double glazed replacement windows feature multi-point espagnolette type locking, which will also 'lock partially open in a 'night-vent' position.
Espagnolette locking handles, security glazing, steel aluminium external door reinforcement and multi-point locking are just a few of the features fitted as standard on E & F products.
She struggled with the bolt, again and again, until at last the two sides of the espagnolette window parted gently.
Access to each rail line is achieved by manually opening individual door sections, which are secured in place with lockable full height espagnolette bolts also acting as the pivot point for each pair of leaves.