The framing in which the panes of glass are set in a glazed window or door, including the narrow bars between the panes.
In a sawmill, the rectangular frame in which the saw is strained and by which it is carried up and down with a reciprocating motion; -- also called gate.
To furnish with a sash or sashes; as, to sash a door or a window.
The part of a window that opens
The opening/moving part of a window Begwegend of schuivend gedeelte van een raam
The units that hold the glass and is separate from the frame. The Stiles and Rails make up the components that surround the glass. Glazing beads then are used to hold the glass in place.
The secondary part of a window which holds the glazing in place; may be operable or fixed; usually constructed of horizontal and vertical members; sash may be subdivided with muntins.
A wood or metal frame containing one or more windowpanes. Back to the Top
frame, usually of wood, that holds the panes of glass in a window. Windows with a double-hung sash ore sometimes described by the number of panes of glass in the upper and lower sash, such as nine-over-nine, two-over-two, etc.
The frame that holds the glass in a window, often the movable part of the window.
The "frame" that holds the glass pane(s) in a window.
The part of the window which includes the glass and the frame that holds the glass. Normally, the moveable part of the window.
The operating and/or stationary portion of the window unit that is separate from the frame.
The framework of a window or door which holds the glass in place
The framework which holds the glass in a window.
One sliding window in a pair forming a ‘double hung sash window'.
Pane of glass located inside a frame.
An individual window unit (comprised of rails, stiles, lites, muntins) that fits inside the window frame.
A frame into which glass products are glazed, i.e. the operating sash of a window.
The movable part of a window. Designed to hold the glass. Comprises of an upper and lower, usually attached to a counter-weight balance system via rope or chain.
the frame in which the glass panes of a window are set.
THE INSULATED GLASS UNIT (OR FOR OUR STORM WINDOWS, THE SINGLE GLASS PANE) WITH ITS VINYL STILES (SIDES) AND BOTH THE TOP AND BOTTOM WIDTH ATTACHED. THERE MAY BE ONE OR MORE THAN ONE SASHES TO A WINDOW.
The portion of a window that holds the glass and which moves.
The opening part of a sash window.
Framing which holds one or more window panes.
A frame that holds glass in a window.
a framework that holds the panes of a window in the window frame
A timber window that slides either vertically or horizontally within a box frame.
A frame in which the panes of a window or door are set.
The frame in which a pane of glass is set to form a window.
The operable/inoperable part(s) of the window which holds the glass in place.
The framework, usually wood, that directly holds a window pane (glass)
The moveable framework into which glass is set. It slides in the frame of the window in grooves provided in the frame and is composed of stiles (sides) and rails (top/bottom).
Framework of stiles and rails in which the glass of a window or door is set.
Framework for glass - in particular double-hung sliding sash window
The framework of a window actually supporting the glass. Most common is the double-hung sash, where both sash slide up and down. Sash may be fixed, sliding, hinged, or pivoted.
The movable parts of a window
The framework holding the glass in a window or door.
A frame for holding the saw blade on early power-driven saws.
The moveable panel of a window. E.g. casement sash, double-hung sash (q.v.).
The inner frame that holds the glass.
See window parts.
A sash is the standard frame of a window into which fits the glass panel.
Framework that holds the panes of glass in a window.
An assembly of stiles and rails that forms a frame for holding the glass in a window.
Framework that holds the glass in a window or a door.
An individual frame around a window.
The framework that holds the glass in a window unit. The sash is composed of two stiles (sides) and two rails (top and bottom).
Individual frame into which glass is set; the movable part of a double-hung window.
The portion of a window which incudes the glass and the framing sections which are directly attached to the glass. Not to be confused with the master frame into which the sash sections are fitted.
The separate frame to a window or door which carries the glass. It may be fixed (inoperable) or movable (operable).
The portion of the window that holds the glazing, usually the portion of the window that operates.
movable panel set in hood face, usually transparent and can be either vertical rising or horizontal sliding.
The component of a PanedWindow that allows you to adjust the relative size of adjacent panes.
The window frame that houses the glass pane.
Framework of stiles and rails in which the lights of a window are set.
The top and bottom horizontal rails and vertical left and right stiles that house the window glass.
The frame enclosing the glass of a window or door on passenger vehicles.
A single assembly of stiles and rails made into a frame for holding glass.
The sash is the frame which holds the glass in a window.
The sash is the part of the window that holds the pane.
A window framework that holds panes in place.
A single assembly of stiles and rails in a frame for holding glass, with or without dividing bars or muntins to fill a given opening. It may be either open or glazed.
The framework holding the glass in a window unit. It’s composed of two stiles (sides) and two rails (top and bottom).
A box on a separator or split bar that enables you to increase or decrease the size of a window pane using the mouse. You can navigate to the sash using the keyboard.
The movable framework containing the glass in a window.
The part of the window that opens (at the bottom or side).
A framing for windowpanes. A sash window is generally understood to be a double-hung, vertically sliding window.
One of two windows in a double-hung window.
window A window formed with sashes, or sliding frames running in vertical grooves.
The wood frame of a window or door that hold the glass in both sliding and swinging windows.
the movable pane(s) of glass in a single or double hung, or horizontal roller window.
is the moveable part of a window frame in which panes of glass are set in a window or door.
A frame for holding the glass pane(s) of a window or door, especially a sliding frame. The sash is the frame that holds the smaller rectangular units of a window.
The part of the window which contains the glass.
Separate from the masterframe, the portion of the window that contains the glass.
The frame including muntin bars when used, and including the rabbets to receive lights of glass, either with or without removable stops, and designed either for face glazing or channel glazing.
THE MOVABLE PART OF A WINDOW, OR THE FRAME IN WHICH PANES OF GLASS ARE SET IN A WINDOW OR DOOR.
A light frame of wood, metal or plastic either fixed or movable which holds the glass.
The operable "frame" of the window inset in the main window frame. Door "sash" is often referred to as the panel.
The operating component of a window, the vent.
The openable part of a window, consisting of a frame and one or more panes of glass.
The part of the window that contains the glass.
Operating portion of a window which contains glass. Double hung sashes open vertically while casement sashes operate similar to a door (a pivot motion).
In a window the wood or metal frame that holds the glass.
An assembly of stiles and rails (vertical and horizontal members) made into a frame for holding glass.
A single light frame containing one or more lights of glass.
The portion of a window that includes the glass and the framing sections directly attached to the glass, not to be confused with the complete frame into which the sash sections are fitted. Seal Unit: Two pieces of glass hermetically sealed to form one insulating unit. Also known as insulated glass (IG).
Frame surrounding a door or window to block adverse weather. It may be made of wood, metal, or other material. The frame may be fixed or moveable.
movable frame that contains glass windowpanes.
Frames, typically wood or metal, containing one or more window panes.
The fixed or operating portion of the window consisting of top and bottom horizontal rails, left and right vertical stiles, and the glass.