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# awd_b_tung_en

TITAN
Intended use
Valid for all application diagrams
Example 6 (specific element weight between the curves)
The following sash is to be fitted with hardware according to the associated application diagram:
• Intended sash rebate width (FFB) = 1.000 mm
• Intended sash rebate height (FFH) = 2.100 mm
• Intended glazing – GG = 35 kg/m2
• For a specific element weight of 35 kg/m2, an additional curve is plotted in the application diagram whose position and
progression are determined by means of linear interpolation.
Please note and comply with the following points at all times for interpolation:
• For specific element weights (GG) less than 50 kg/m2, linear interpolation is only permissible if there is a maximum
difference of 10 kg/m2 be-tween the two curves in the application diagram.
• For specific element weights (GG) greater than 50 kg/m2, linear interpolation is only permissible if there is a maximum
difference of 20 kg/m2 between the two curves in the application diagram.
Basis of testing and calculation:
Tilt-turn test according to QM 328 Appendix 2–Figure A
• 15.000 tilt & turn cycles
• 10.000 turn cycle
Additional loads taken into account in accordance with
EN 14608 (Figure A.1)/Class 4 in accordance with EN
13115 (800 N)
Requirements for the use of the application diagram:
Proof that the load bearing components have been
fixed to the window system by the window manufacturer
in accordance with TBDK using the following forces:
• To the top hinge with 2.710 N
• To the bottom hinge with 2.890 N
Comply with the following values for all window systems:
• Max. width-to-height ratio QB/H ≤ 2,0
• Reduction in glass size CG ≥ 28 mm
• Profile weight PG ≤ 3,25 kg/m2
FFH / FH mm
50
500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
GG kg/m2
20
S
1000 1500 2000
FFB / FB mm
30
40
60
70
Result after reading the data in the application diagram:
• The point of intersection (S) for FFB x FFH = 1.000 x 2.100 mm is located exactly on the curve determined by linear
interpolation for the specific element weight GG = 35 kg/m2, and is therefore within the permissible range for this element
weight.
• The hardware can be used as indicated in the associated application diagram.
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