Fountom manufactures fixed or sliding windows, porthole and side scuttle for ships with a range of A0, A30, A60, B0, B30 fire proof windows, watertight windows, sliding ...
Non opening windows are designed mainly for mounting (welding or bolting) in walls of superstructure. Special shaped windows could also be installed in wheelhouse. Windows are designed ...
LUBMOR Sp. z o.o. manufactures all types and kinds of ship windows and portholes. Ship windows are produced according to binding standards and customer requirements. ...
... hazardous zones. Norac has developed fire rated windows with fire class from B-30 up to H-90 in various sizes. The solutions offers optimum safety and comfort with an on site tested sound reduction of 52dB. The window ...
Fire class: B-15 Glass type: Fire glass (Option: UV protection) Weight: (800x2000) 47kg Sound reduction: Rw (34db) Max element Size: 1055x2030 Certificate number: BV 08228/C1 EC
... Europe manufactures different types of window boxes and frames, suitable for internal and external use. In addition to the regular window types, Staco Europe is also experienced in the production ...
Single Windows Custom-made windows with drawing and spare part list for each window type ordered. Specially designed frames available in a wide range of standard frame profiles of hot ...
Aluflam Marine glazed products provide evident fire protection against radiant and conductive heat transfer. Furthermore the high strength aluminium framing gives the ultimate durability and flexibility with various anodizing and powder ...
... full technical support. VARIOUS MOUNTING SYSTEMS All our ships’ windows are completely custom made in our own factory. It uses the finest qua- lity seawater-resistant materials. The windows ...
How to choose this product
A ships window consists of a frame and a glass pane sealing various openings in the vessel's hull or superstructure. It allows natural light to enter, affords a view of the surroundings and, in the case of those that open, allows the aeration of a cabin or compartment. NauticExpo offers fixed, trapezoidal, fire-break and other types of windows. Such fittings are not intended for use on leisure craft.
These windows are found on all ships, including in cabins, the mess, the galley and, of course, on the bridge.
Windows can be fixed or opening, and of different shapes. Generally, fixed windows have a metal frame encasing a pane of safety glass. Seals ensure that they are watertight. Windows that swing open are mounted on hinges which enable different degrees of opening and hermetic closure. Others slide vertically or laterally.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the window's location, function and whether it is fixed or opening. Pane thickness and strength must be considered for windows close to the waterline or exposed to wave action. Regulations govern the number, placement and size, thickness and opening characteristics of windows for different vessel classes.