Hardware

Frame Cut

Choosing between straight cut and mitre cut corners is based on the customer’s own preference and whether they want to match the look of the window screen to the window. Mitre cut screens typically have a cleaner design aesthetic, however, if adjustments need to be made to the size of the screen, straight cut screens are easier to fix onsite.

Straight Cut

Mitre Cut

Pull Tab

 

 

Aids in installation by providing an easy way to grip the screen.

Plunger Bolt

 

 

Fits into window track from the inside. (Typically used with Knife Edge and Casement windows).

Tension Springs

 

 

Fits into the window behind the center rail so screen is flush to the window.

Leaf Spring

 

 

Fit into window behind the center rail so screen is flush to the window. (Tighter fit than Tension Springs).

Ram Horn

 

 

Hooks to center rail of window. (Used with exposed screens).

Acorn Turn Latches

 

 

Pop-riveted onto the screen and latched onto the window.

Pointer Latch

 

 

Latches are pop-riveted onto the screen and latched onto the window. (Often used with Knife Edge windows).

Butterfly Latch

 

 

Typically used in older screen applications or specific window manufacturers.

Slide Latch

 

Latches are punched into the screen and slide into a slot on the window or window track. (Typically used in older screen applications).

Casement Clips

 

 

Attached to the window and latched onto the screen.

Flush Metal Clips

 

 

Attached to the window and latched onto the screen.

Loop Latches with Included Hardware

Security Loops are splined into the bottom of the screen and latched onto the ball head screw that is hammered into the window. Friction hangers are attached to the window frame for the screen to slide into. (Each Pac includes: 2 Security Loops, two Screws, and two Friction Hangers).

Security Loop

Ball Head Screw

Friction Hanger