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GENERAL Inline Fiberglass Ltd: A Company Profile 1
Fiberglass Windows in Architecture 2
Characteristics of Fiberglass 3
SERIES 300 TILT’N TURN WINDOWS 4
Series 300 Specifications 5
Series 300   Test Report Summary 6
Series 300 Architectural Details 7
Series 300 Installation Instructions 8
SERIES 301 TILT’N TURN DOORS 9
Series 301 Specifications 10
Series 301   Test Report Summary 11
Series 301 Architectural Details 12
Series 301 Installation Instructions 13
SERIES 325 CASEMENT, AWNING & FIXED WINDOWS 14
Series 325 Specifications 15
Series 325   Test Report Summary 16
Series 325 Architectural Details 17
Series 325 Installation Instructions 18
SERIES 326 MULTIPLE SASH HORIZONTAL SLIDING / FIXED WINDOWS 19
Series 326 Specifications 20
Series 326   Test Report Summary 21
Series 326 Architectural Details 22
Series 326 Installation Instructions 23
SERIES 400 COMMERCIAL STRIP WINDOWS 24
Series 400 Specifications 25
Series 400   Test Report Summary 26
Series 400 Architectural Details 27
I N D E X
SERIES 600 SLIDING GLASS DOORS 28
Series 600 Specifications 29
Series 600 Test Report Summary 30
Series 600 Architectural Details 31
Series 600 Installation Instructions 32
Series 600 Standard Sizes 33
SERIES 700 IN-SWINGING CASEMENT / HOPPER / FIXED WINDOWS 34
Series 700 Specifications 35
Series 700 Test Report Summary 36
Series 700 Architectural Details 37
Series 700 Installation Instructions 38
SERIES 800 HORIZONTAL SLIDING WINDOW 39
Series 800 Specifications 40
Series 800 Test Report Summary 41
Series 800 Architectural Details 42
Series 800 Installation Instructions 43
SERIES 850 SINGLE HUNG WINDOW 44
Series 850 Specifications 45
Series 850 Test Report Summary 46
Series 850 Architectural Details 47
Series 850 Installation Instructions 48
SERIES 900 DOUBLE HUNG / TILT WINDOWS 49
Series 900 Specifications 50
Series 900   Test Report Summary 51
Series 900 Architectural Details 52
Series 900 Installation Instructions 53
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Series Options Chart 54
Series 300, 301, 325, 236 Option Details 55
Series 400, 600, 700 Option Details 56
Series 800, 850 Option Details 57
Series 900 Option Details 58
Inline Fiberglass Limited A Company Profile Fiberglass technology has been used in the most demanding applications for many years. Since the 1950's, fiberglass components have become increasingly more popular in aeronautical, aerospace, automotive and marine applications as a result of their high strength to weight ratio. In 1983, Inline, a manufacturer of high performance aluminum window and door products, began investigating alternative materials to replace aluminum in the manufacture of their products. This extensive investigation confirmed the superior characteristics of fiberglass when compared to the aluminum, PVC (vinyl) and wood substrates traditionally used to fabricate windows. At that time, current techniques to manufacture fiberglass window members were not cost-effective and Inline was faced with the formidable challenge of furthering existing technology in order that superior windows could be manufactured at competitive prices. Inline zeroed in on the “Pultrusion” as the process most suitable for the production of long lengths of material with constant cross-section. This process is a primary fabrication technique for manufacturing continuous lengths of fiber-reinforced composite profiles. Pultrusion is similar, in principle, to the extrusion process used to manufacture aluminum and vinyl profiles. In pultrusion, fiberglass rovings, mats and inert resins are “pulled” through the die, to establish the desired shape. The resins used in Fiberglass Pultrusions are, usually, Thermoset whereas PVC (vinyl) materials, use Thermoplastic Resins. As a consequence, pultruded fiberglass materials are inert throughout any weather conditions. In other words, the physical properties of Inline’s fiberglass products demonstrate negligible change through temperatures from -45C to 175C (-50F to 350F). As a result of more than ten years of research and development, Inline has developed proprietary equipment and technology to pultrude the intricate details necessary in the design of window and door components, efficiently and cost-effectively. Inline Fiberglass Limited is now recognized as a world leader in Pultrusion Technology. Our proprietary manufacturing equipment is regarded as the best commercially available. Indeed, Inline‘s state-of-the art technology is the primary reason that we can now offer thin-walled pultruded lineals at competitive prices. Currently, Inline pultrudes sixteen lines of windows, (a double acting) swing/tilt door system and a sliding glass (Patio) door. In addition, we pultrude custom profiles for a variety of end-uses. First introduced in the 1980's, pultruded fiberglass windows and sliding glass doors have surpassed other traditional window types in terms of thermal performance and energy efficiency while providing the durability and strength associated with fiberglass. Inline holds International Patents covering its proprietary technology for Fiberglass windows/doors. All of the aforementioned technology as well as die design and fabrication; and painting technology have been developed, in-house, by a team of dedicated engineers. Inline Fiberglass Limited is an International Company, with World Wide licensing agreements. 1 Fiberglass Windows in Architecture When a chemical plant in Quebec needed to replace deteriorated windows in their corporate offices, fiberglass products by Inline Fiberglass Limited were the product of choice. Specifiers for a salt mine in Ontario; a Government Office in the coldest climate of Canada’s Arctic; Hotel complexes built in the heat of Egypt and the Greek Islands; a Lighthouse exposed to constant gale force winds and salt spray; Condominium Apartments in Taiwan or the Atlantic Seaboard that are in the path of future hurricanes, all arrived at the same conclusion for the same reasons. The rationale, in all cases, was the proven durability of fiberglass; its resistance to corrosion; superior strength; and un-equaled thermal resistance and stability. Fiberglass is a versatile material that has a multitude of applications. Design Professionals may, already, be familiar with non-corroding/oxidizing fiberglass concrete-reinforcements and construction beams; wall panels and radar domes. Other applications include fiberglass components for suspended bridges, that if constructed from steel, would collapse under their own weight; road-side guard rails which have proven to be more desirable than steel; radio and hydro electric towers; and pre-fabricated houses to name but a few. High performance windows fabricated from fiberglass components are the latest development in fenestration technology. Fiberglass Windows and Doors are gaining popularity as a result of their impressive physical characteristics and properties. For the architect or design professional seeking a window with attractive aesthetics, high structural strength and resistance to heat transfer, all at modest cost, Inline’s high-tech products provide the ultimate solution. To those familiar with fiberglass boat hulls and automobile bodies, it may be difficult to envision window framing components fabricated from the same material using a continuous pultrusion process. Simply put, pultrusion is a process whereby resin-coated fiberglass rovings are “pulled” through a heated die. Fiberglass window framing lineals are made from a combination of fiberglass rovings, which are continuous hair-like strands of glass, and fiberglass mats. The rovings are used to provide the exceptional longitudinal strength while the mats provide transverse resilience. One advantage of pultrusion is cost. In fact, if windows were to be manufactured like boat hulls, their price would be prohibitive due to the excessive labour involved in the molding process. Instead, as a result of recent improvements in efficiency, the price of Inline’s pultruded fiberglass window and door products is now competitive with windows made using traditional materials. Fiberglass windows are now used in residential and commercial high and low-rise construction applications. This Canadian-born technology is expanding with licensing arrangements for our pultrusion technology and by offering “turn-key” operations for the manufacture of pultruded components. Many of the physical and structural properties that make fiberglass so attractive for use in automotive and marine applications are the same characteristics desirable in window framing components. 2 Characteristics of Fiberglass Structural Strength: While this property varies with the cross-section of the profile, it is approximately 1/3 that of aluminum and is used in similar applications. Fiberglass has approximately 8 times the strength of PVC at ambient temperature but PVC’s strength diminishes as temperatures increase, whereas fiberglass’ physical properties remain unchanged up to 175C (350F). Thermal Stability: Fiberglass is recognized for its low “coefficient of expansion” which is, essentially, the same as that of the glass it surrounds. This characteristic results in a “no-warp” behavior, even in the most demanding environmental conditions. Users of Inline’s fiberglass windows will appreciate the reliability in operation regardless of the temperature. Insulating Capability: Fiberglass windows are widely recognized as the most energy efficient products available. As a result of their strength and the low thermal transmittance of fiberglass, pultruded fiberglass windows offer greater resistance to heat flow than other traditional materials. Fiberglass windows have demonstrated their ability to be net energy contributors to buildings during the heating season when even the best insulated wall will have a net energy loss. Durability: For over 40 years, fiberglass boats, exposed to corrosive marine environments, have proven their superiority over other traditional materials. Even longer life can be expected from fiberglass windows coated with a sophisticated two-component paint which offers resistance to UV degradation and fading. The flexible coating system also allows users to select from an infinite array of colors to complement any decor. Maintenance: Save for the occasional wash with a mild detergent to remove atmospheric grime and oiling of operating hardware components, Inline’s fiberglass windows should require no maintenance throughout their impressive life span. Performance Standards: Canadian performance standards for windows are among the most demanding and comprehensive anywhere in the world. Inline’s fiberglass windows meet and exceed air and water leakage; structural and thermal requirements; not only in Canada, but also in the USA, Europe and the Far East. Availability: There are but a few companies, anywhere in the world, that have overcome the technical hurdles associated with producing cost-effective, commercially viable, fiberglass window and door systems. And Inline Fiberglass Limited of Toronto, Canada is the world leader! We have the most advanced equipment as well as the broadest line of products anywhere. With the exception of Inline Fiberglass Ltd., no one can provide fixed, casement, awning, horizontal sliding, double & single hung; inward-swinging; and tilt’n turn windows as well as sliding and hinged glass doors, all fabricated using pultruded fiberglass frames and protected with a high-performance, two-component coating system. While Inline started with the design and fabrication of windows from a non-traditional, fiberglass reinforced composite material, we now offer fabricated systems to other manufacturers and component parts to companies wishing to assemble their own products. 3 300 SERIES TILT N’ TURN WINDOWS SERIES 300 4 SPECIFICATIONS 300 SERIES IN-SWINGING TILT’N TURN CASEMENT BUTT HINGED HOPPER & FIXED LITE WINDOWS PRODUCT Shall be 300 Series, In-swinging, Tilt’N Turn _Casement_ _Butt Hinged Hopper_ _Fixed Lite_ Window Assemblies, as manufactured by INLINE FIBERGLASS Limited. Frames are 60 mm (2-3/8") deep and in compliance with _CSA-A440.1 and CSA-A440.2 Standards_ _AAMA 101/I.S.2_. Ratings _CSA-A440 A3, B7, C5, F2_ _AAMA-C60._ MATERIAL All frame and sash profiles are made from pultruded fiberglass, having a nominal wall thickness of 2.5 mm (0.100”) with minimum glass content of 60%. Non-structural accessory members are permitted to be vinyl or aluminum and identified as such. CONSTRUCTION Frame and sash corners are connected with molded reinforced polymer shearblocks and mechanically secured. Joints are factory sealed and neatly fitted together. FINISH All exposed surfaces are coated with durable, Isocyanate-free, 2-part Polymer enamel with a minimum dry film thickness of 1.5 mils with a medium gloss of 25-55. Finish shall resist chipping, blistering, chalking, discolouration and aging under normal atmospheric conditions. Standard colours are: White, Ivory, Sandalwood, Commercial Brown and Forest Green. (Custom colours and split frame painting is available.) HARDWARE Full range of in-swing and Tilt’N Turn fittings (as manufactured by SIEGENIA) comprising interior butt hinges, single operating handle options and universal interlocked components with lock spacing adaptable to sash size. WEATHER-STRIPPING Santoprene Bulb-type gasket on interior and exterior with pressure equalizing gap at the exterior header. GLASS All windows are glazed with 22 mm (7/8") insulating glass units. Glass thickness shall be in accordance with applicable Building Codes, but not less than 3 mm (1/8”). Inline recommends the use of double-sealed insulating glass units certified by IGMAC or SIGMA. The full range of glazing options are available including: colonial grilles, low conductivity spacers, inert gas fills, and glazings to reduce heat loss, solar heat gain and visible light transmission. GLAZING METHOD Laid-in glazing using polyethylene closed cell adhesive tape on the exterior and a PVC glass stop locked-in from the interior provides a secure and positive seal for the glass. INSECT SCREENS Full-height, roll-formed aluminum frame with friction fit corner keys. Screen mesh (Fiberglass or Aluminum) retained by vinyl spline. INSTALLATION Shall be performed by experienced installers in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and CSA-A440.4. Window shall be plumb and square after installation is complete and sealed to both interior and exterior walls with a high quality sealant around the perimeter of the frame. If perimeter cavity is to be foamed, additional anchorage may be required to prevent bowing. It shall be the responsibility of the installers to make all necessary final adjustments to ensure normal and smooth operation. MAINTENANCE Occasional cleaning of glass and frame components with non-abrasive detergent is recommended. _ Copyright Inline Fiberglass Ltd. of Toronto, Canada 2000                5 300 SERIES Tilt’n Turn Windows TEST REPORT
Laboratory Test Size
Operator Fixed
CSA SIZE 1000mm x 1600mm 2000mm x 2000mm
AAMA Size 48” x 72” 78” x 78”
TYPE TEST REQUIREMENTS RESULTS RATING
Standard Test Standard Test Criteria
O Air Tightness CSA-A440 ASTM E 283 @ 75 Pascals 0.225 m3/h/m A3
P AAMA ASTM E 283 @ 1.57 psf 0.03 CFM/ft2 PASS
E Water CSA-A440 ASTM E 547 @ 700 Pascals No leakage B7
R Tightness AAMA ASTM 547/331 @ 12 psf No Leakage C-100
A Wind Load CSA-A440 ASTM E 330 @ 5000 Pa No Deformation C5
T Resistance AAMA ASTM E 330 @ 90 psf No Damage C-60
O Forced CSA-A440 ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry F2
R Entry AAMA ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry Grade 30
Air Tightness CSA-A440 ASTM E 283 @ 75 Pascals 0.02 m3/h/m FIXED
F AAMA ASTM E 283 @ 6.24 psf 0.01 CFM/ft2 PASS
I Water CSA-A440 ASTM E 547 @ 700 Pascals No Leakage B7
X Tightness AAMA ASTM 547/331 @ 12 psf No Leakage HC-100
E Wind Load CSA-A440 ASTM E 330 @ 4000 Pa No Deformation C4
D Resistance AAMA ASTM E 330 @ 97.5 psf No Damage HC-65
Forced CSA-A440 ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry F2
Entry AAMA ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry Grade 40
Energy Ratings The Thermal Performance Values, shown below, are based on products glazed with insulating glass units comprising one lite of Low-E glass, an argon filled cavity, and a double sealed aluminum spacer. Higher performance may be achieved by using various glass coatings, inert gasses, and/or warm edge spacers. Ratings are computer simulated in accordance with CSA-A440.2. NFRC values are interpolated from CSA A440.2 Simulations.
Operating Fixed
Performance CSA-A440.2 NFRC CSA-A440.2 NFRC
U-ValueFRAME 2.71 W/m2/C 0.47 Btu/h/ft2/F 2.67 W/m2/C 0.47 Btu/h/ft2/F
U-ValueWindow 2.18 W/m2/C 0.38 Btu/h/ft2/F 2.02 W/m2/C 0.35 Btu/h/ft2/F
SHGC 0.44 0.44 0.56 0.56
Energy Rating -16 W/m2 N/A -4 W/m2 N/A
Note: The reader is cautioned that test results should be used for comparison purposes only. Results are size and installation dependent. In-Service performance can be significantly different from those shown. ? Copyright Inline Fiberglass Ltd. of Toronto, Canada 2000 6 SERIES 301 TILT’N TURN DOORS SERIES 301 9 SPECIFICATIONS 301 SERIES IN-SWINGING TILT’N TURN DOOR ASSEMBLY PRODUCT Shall be 301 Series, In-swinging, Tilt’N Turn Door Assemblies, as manufactured by INLINE FIBERGLASS Limited. Frames are 60 mm (2-3/8") deep and in compliance with _CSA-A440.1 and CSA-A440.2 Standards_ _AAMA 101/I.S.2_. Ratings _CSA-A440 A3, B7, C5, F2_ _AAMA C60._ MATERIAL All frame and sash profiles are made from pultruded fiberglass, having a nominal wall thickness of 2.5 mm (0.100”) with minimum glass content of 60%. Non-structural accessory members are permitted to be vinyl or aluminum and identified as such. CONSTRUCTION Frame and sash corners are connected with molded reinforced polymer shearblocks and mechanically secured. Joints are factory sealed and neatly fitted together. FINISH All exposed surfaces are coated with durable, Isocyanate-free, 2-part Polymer enamel with a minimum dry film thickness of 1.5 mils with a medium gloss of 25-55. Finish shall resist chipping, blistering, chalking, discolouration and aging under normal atmospheric conditions. Standard colours are: White, Ivory, Sandalwood, Commercial Brown and Forest Green. (Custom colours and split frame painting is available.) HARDWARE Full range of in-swing and Tilt’N Turn fittings (as manufactured by SIEGENIA) comprising interior butt hinges, single operating handle options and universal interlocked components with lock spacing adaptable to sash size. WEATHER-STRIPPING Santoprene Bulb-type gasket on interior and exterior with pressure equalizing gap at the exterior header. GLASS All windows are glazed with 22 mm (7/8") insulating glass units. Glass thickness shall be in accordance with applicable Building Codes, but not less than 3 mm (1/8”). Inline recommends the use of double-sealed insulating glass units certified by IGMAC or SIGMA. The full range of glazing options are available including: colonial grilles, low conductivity spacers, inert gas fills, and glazings to reduce heat loss, solar heat gain and visible light transmission. GLAZING METHOD Laid-in glazing using polyethylene closed cell adhesive tape on the exterior and a PVC glass stop locked-in from the interior provides a secure and positive seal for the glass. INSECT SCREENS Full-height, roll-formed aluminum frame with friction fit corner keys. Screen mesh (Fiberglass or Aluminum) retained by vinyl spline. INSTALLATION Shall be performed by experienced installers in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and CSA-A440.4. Window shall be plumb and square after installation is complete and sealed to both interior and exterior walls with a high quality sealant around the perimeter of the frame. If perimeter cavity is to be foamed, additional anchorage may be required to prevent bowing. It shall be the responsibility of the installers to make all necessary final adjustments to ensure normal and smooth operation. MAINTENANCE Occasional cleaning of glass and frame components with non-abrasive detergent is recommended. constant product improvements, Inline reserves the right to change information herein without notice. _ Copyright Inline Fiberglass Ltd. of Toronto, Canada 2000               10 301 SERIES Tilt’n Turn Doors TEST REPORT
Laboratory Test Size
Operator Fixed
CSA SIZE 1000mm x 1600mm 2000mm x 2000mm
AAMA Size 48” x 72” 78” x 78”
TYPE TEST REQUIREMENTS RESULTS RATING
Standard Test Standard Test Criteria
O Air Tightness CSA-A440 ASTM E 283 @ 75 Pascals 0.225 m3/h/m A3
P AAMA ASTM E 283 @ 1.57 psf 0.03 CFM/ft2 PASS
E Water CSA-A440 ASTM E 547 @ 700 Pascals No leakage B7
R Tightness AAMA ASTM 547/331 @ 12 psf No Leakage C-100
A Wind Load CSA-A440 ASTM E 330 @ 5000 Pa No Deformation C5
T Resistance AAMA ASTM E 330 @ 90 psf No Damage C-60
O Forced CSA-A440 ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry F2
R Entry AAMA ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry Grade 30
Air Tightness CSA-A440 ASTM E 283 @ 75 Pascals 0.02 m3/h/m FIXED
F AAMA ASTM E 283 @ 6.24 psf 0.01 CFM/ft2 PASS
I Water CSA-A440 ASTM E 547 @ 700 Pascals No Leakage B7
X Tightness AAMA ASTM 547/331 @ 12 psf No Leakage HC-100
E Wind Load CSA-A440 ASTM E 330 @ 4000 Pa No Deformation C4
D Resistance AAMA ASTM E 330 @ 97.5 psf No Damage HC-65
Forced CSA-A440 ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry F2
Entry AAMA ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry Grade 40
Energy Ratings The Thermal Performance Values, shown below, are based on products glazed with insulating glass units comprising one lite of Low-E glass, an argon filled cavity, and a double sealed aluminum spacer. Higher performance may be achieved by using various glass coatings, inert gasses, and/or warm edge spacers. Ratings are computer simulated in accordance with CSA-A440.2. NFRC values are interpolated from CSA A440.2 Simulations.
Operating Fixed
Performance CSA-A440.2 NFRC CSA-A440.2 NFRC
U-ValueFRAME 2.75 W/m2/C 0.48 Btu/h/ft2/F 2.67 W/m2/C 0.47 Btu/h/ft2/F
U-ValueWindow 2.21 W/m2/C 0.39 Btu/h/ft2/F 2.02 W/m2/C 0.35 Btu/h/ft2/F
SHGC 0.43 0.44 0.56 0.56
Energy Rating -13 W/m2 N/A -4 W/m2 N/A
Note: The reader is cautioned that test results should be used for comparison purposes only. Results are size and installation dependent. In-Service performance can be significantly different from those shown. ? Copyright Inline Fiberglass Ltd. of Toronto, Canada 2000 11 325 SERIES CASEMENT, AWNING and FIXED WINDOWS 14 SPECIFICATIONS 325 SERIES CASEMENT, AWNING and FIXED WINDOWS (OPEN-OUT) PRODUCT Shall be 325 Series [Casement], [Awning], [Fixed] Window Assemblies, as manufactured by INLINE FIBERGLASS Limited. Frames are 82.5 mm (3-1/4") deep and in compliance with [CAN/CSA-A440.1 and CSA-A440.2 Standards] [AAMA 101/I.S.2] Ratings _CSA-440 A3, B7, C4_ _AAMA HC-55_. MATERIALS All frame and sash profiles are made from Pultruded Fiberglass, having a nominal wall thickness of 2.3 mm ( 0.090”) with minimum glass content of 60%. Non-structural accessory members are permitted to be in vinyl or aluminum and are identified as such. CONSTRUCTION Frame and sash corners are connected with molded reinforced polymer components and mechanically secured. Joints are factory sealed and neatly fitted together. The perimeter of open-back frames shall be filled with insulation. FINISH The exposed surfaces are coated with durable Isocyanate-free 2 part Polymer Enamel with a minimum dry film thickness of 1.5 mils with a medium gloss of 25-55. Finish shall resist chipping, blistering, chalking, discolouration and aging under normal atmospheric conditions. Standard colours are White, Ivory, Sandalwood, Commercial Brown and Forest Green. (Custom colours and split frame painting is available). HARDWARE Concealed Stainless Steel Hinges, E-Gard Roto Gear Operators, [multi-point locks_ _metal cams_ by “TRUTH Hardware”. Hardware is fastened into patented reinforcements. WEATHER-STRIPPING * Q-Lon air-seal gasket on interior with Santoprene bulb-type “rain screen” gasket on the exterior to provide double weather barrier. GLASS All windows are glazed with _7/8” (22 mm)_ _1-3/8” (35 mm)_ (for triple glazed) insulating glass units. Glass thickness shall be in accordance with applicable Building Codes, but not less than 3 mm (1/8”). Inline recommends the use of double-sealed insulating glass units certified by IGMAC or SIGMA.. The full range of glazing options are available including: colonial grilles low conductivity spacers, inert gas fills, and glazings to reduce heat loss, solar heat gain and visible light transmission. GLAZING METHOD Laid-in glazing using polyethylene closed cell tape or shimmed butyl tape on the exterior and a PVC glass stop locked-in from the interior provides a secure and positive seal for the glass. INSECT SCREENS Roll-formed aluminum frame with friction fit corner keys. Screen mesh (Fiberglass or Aluminum) is held in place by spline. Screens are mounted on the interior of operating windows and are removable. Rated Heavy Duty. INSTALLATION Shall be performed by experienced installers in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and CSA-A440.4 . Window shall be plumb and square after installation is complete and sealed to both interior and exterior wall with a high quality sealant around the perimeter of the frame. If perimeter cavity is to be foamed, additional anchorage may be required to prevent bowing. It shall be the responsibility of the installers to make all necessary final adjustments to ensure normal and smooth operation. MAINTENANCE Occasional cleaning of glass and frame components with non-abrasive detergent is recommended. * Due to constant product improvements, Inline reserves the right to change information herein without notice. Copyright Inline Fiberglass Ltd. of Toronto, Canada 2000             15 325 SERIES Casement/Awning/Fixed Windows TEST REPORT
Laboratory Test Size
Casement Awning Fixed
CSA SIZE 700mm x 1600mm 1000mm x 1000mm 1816mm x 2020mm
AAMA Size 27-1/2” x 63” 39-3/8” x 39-3/8” 71-1/2” x 79-1/2”
TYPE TEST REQUIREMENTS RESULTS RATING
Standard Test Standard Test Criteria
O Air Tightness CSA-A440 ASTM E 283 @ 75 Pascals 0.04 m3/h/m A3
P AAMA ASTM E 283 @ 1.57 psf 0.01 CFM/ft2 PASS
E Water CSA-A440 ASTM E 547 @ 700 Pascals No leakage B7
R Tightness AAMA ASTM E 547 @ 14.5 psf No Leakage HC-90
A Wind Load CSA-A440 ASTM E 330 @ 4000 Pa No Deformation C4
T Resistance AAMA ASTM E 330 @ 84 psf No Damage HC-55
O Forced Entry CSA-A440 ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry F2
R AAMA ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry Grade 10
Air Tightness CSA-A440 ASTM E 283 @ 75 Pascals 0.02 m3/h/m FIXED
F AAMA ASTM E 283 @ 1.57 psf 0.01 CFM/ft2 PASS
I Water CSA-A440 ASTM E 547 @ 700 Pascals No Leakage B7
X Tightness AAMA ASTM E 547 @ 14.5 psf No Leakage HC-90
E Wind Load CSA-A440 ASTM E 330 @ 5000 Pa No Deformation C5
D Resistance AAMA ASTM E 330 @105 psf No Damage HC-70
*  AAMA Results are extrapolated from Canadian Test Results. Energy Ratings The Thermal Performance Values, shown below, are based on products glazed with insulating glass units comprising one lite of Low-E glass, an argon filled cavity, and a double sealed aluminum spacer. Higher performance may be achieved by using various glass coatings, inert gasses, and/or warm edge spacers. Ratings are computer simulated in accordance with CSA-A440.2. NFRC values are interpolated from CSA A440.2 Simulations.
Casement/Awning Fixed - High Profile
Performance CSA-A440.2 NFRC CSA-A440.2 NFRC
U-ValueFRAME 1.43 W/m2/C 0.26 Btu/h/ft2/F 1.64 W/m2/C 0.34 Btu/h/ft2/F
U-ValueWindow 1.80 W/m2/C 0.32 Btu/h/ft2/F 1.84 W/m2/C 0.33 Btu/h/ft2/F
SHGC 0.49 0.49 0.63 0.63
Energy Rating -4 W/m2 N/A 5 W/m2 N/A
Note: The reader is cautioned that test results should be used for comparison purposes only. Results are size and installation dependent. In-Service performance can be significantly different from those shown. ? Copyright Inline Fiberglass Ltd. of Toronto, Canada 2000 16 326 SERIES MULTIPLE SASH HORIZONTAL SLIDING WINDOWS 19 SPECIFICATIONS 326 SERIES FIXED & MULTIPLE SASH HORIZONTAL SLIDING WINDOWS PRODUCT Shall be 326Series [Fixed] [Multiple-Sash, Horizontal Sliding] Window, as manufactured by INLINE FIBERGLASS Limited. The Fixed windows shall be glazed with insulating glass units while the Horizontal Sliding Windows shall comprise four single glazed sash panels to form dual glazing. Frames are 82.5 mm (3-1/4”) deep and in compliance with [CSA-A440.1 and CSA-A440.2 Standards] [AAMA 101/I.S.2]. Ratings _CSA-440 A3, B7, C4(fixed), C3 (operable)_ _AAMA – R55_. MATERIALS All frames and sash profiles are made from pultruded fiberglass having a nominal wall thickness of 2.3 mm (0.090“) with minimum content glass of 60%. Non-structural accessory members are permitted to be in vinyl or aluminum and identified as such. CONSTRUCTION Frame corners are connected with molded reinforced polymer components and mechanically secured. Sash corners are joined with screws secured into integral splines. Joints are factory sealed and neatly fitted together. Slider frame is pressure equalized and drained to the exterior. The perimeter of open-back frames shall be filled with insulation. FINISH SPECIALAllexposedsurfacesarecoatedwithdurableIsocyanateORDER-free2-partPolymerenamelwithaminimum dry film thickness of 1.5 mils with a medium gloss of 25-55. Finish shall resist chipping, blistering, chalking, discolouration and aging under normal atmospheric conditions. Standard colors are White, Ivory, Sandalwood, Commercial Brown and Forest green. Custom colours and split frame painting is available. HARDWARENOT STOCKED Provide sash members with continuous, integral type pull handles; quiet, smooth sash operation using nylon rollers concealed in sash bottom rails; spring-loaded locking device to provide automatic locking of sash in closed position. WEATHER-STRIPPING All four sashes shall have pile weather-stripping to both interior and exterior to provide four-point sealing. The pile weather-stripping surrounding interior sash shall contain an integral fin to reduce air leakage. GLASS and GLAZING METHOD- 326 FIXED Laid-in glazing using polyethylene closed cell tape or shimmed butyl tape on the exterior and a PVC (pultruded fiberglass optional) glass stop locked-in from the interior provides a secure and positive seal for the glass. Glass thickness shall be in accordance with applicable Building Codes. Inline recommends the use of double-sealed insulating glass units certified by IGMAC or SIGMA.. The full range of glazing options are available including: colonial grilles, low conductance spacers, inert gas fills and glazings to reduce heat loss, solar heat gain and visible light transmission. GLASS and GLAZING-326 SLIDER All sash are dry glazed with neoprene gasket surrounding the single pane glass. _3 mm (1/8”)_ _4 mm (5/32”)_ _6 mm (1/4”)_. Glass thickness shall be in accordance with applicable Building Codes, but not less than 3 mm (1/8”). INSECT SCREENS Roll-formed aluminum frame with friction fit corner keys. Screen mesh (Fiberglass or Aluminum) is held in place by spline. Screens are mounted on the exterior side of the sliding sashes and are removable. INSTALLATION Shall be performed by experienced installers in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and CSA-A440.4. Window shall be plumb and square after installation is complete and sealed to both interior and exterior wall with a high quality sealant around the perimeter of the frame. If perimeter cavity is to be foamed, additional anchorage may be required to prevent bowing. It shall be the responsibility of the installers to make all necessary final adjustments to ensure normal and smooth operation. MAINTENANCE Occasional cleaning of glass and frame components with non-abrasive detergent is recommended. It is, also, recommended that tracks be kept free of dirt and debris. Copyright Inline Fiberglass Ltd. of Toronto, Canada 2000                  20 SPECIAL ORDER NOT STOCKED 326 SERIES Horizontal Sliding Windows
TEST REPORT
Laboratory Test Size
Horizontal Sliding
CSA SIZE 1534mm x 924mm
AAMA Size 60-3/8” x 36-3/8”
TYPE TEST REQUIREMENTS RESULTS RATING
Standard Test Standard Test Criteria
O Air Tightness CSA-A440 ASTM E 283 @ 75 Pascals 0.45 m3/h/m A3
P AAMA ASTM E 283 @ 1.57 psf 0.09 CFM/ft2 PASS
E Water CSA-A440 ASTM E 547 @ 700 Pascals No leakage B7
R Tightness AAMA ASTM E 547 @ 14.5 psf No Leakage R-90
A Wind Load CSA-A440 ASTM E 330 @ 4000 Pa No Deformation C4
T Resistance AAMA ASTM E 330 @ 84 psf No Damage R-55
O Forced Entry CSA-A440 ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry F2
R AAMA ASTM F 588 No Entry No Entry Grade 10
*  AAMA Results are extrapolated from Canadian Test Results. Energy Ratings The Thermal Performance Values, shown below, are based on 326 Series Horizontal Sliding Windows with the inner sashes glazed with Low-E glass and 326 Series Fixed Windows glazed with insulating glass units comprising one lite of Low-E glass, an argon filled cavity and double sealed aluminum spacers. Higher performance may be achieved by using various glass coatings, inert gasses, and/or warm edge spacers. Ratings are computer simulated in accordance with CSA-A440.2. NFRC values are interpolated from CSA A440.2 Simulations.
Horizontal Slider Fixed
Performance CSA-A440.2 NFRC CSA-A440 NFRC
U-ValueFRAME 1.76 W/m2/C 0.31 Btu/h/ft2/F 1.85 W/m2/C 0.33 Btu/h/ft2/F
U-ValueWindow 2.05 W/m2/C 0.36 Btu/h/ft2/F 1.89 W/m2/C 0.33 Btu/h/ft2/F
SHGC 0.54 0.54 0.63 0.63
Energy Rating -7 W/m2 N/A 4 W/m2 N/A