Yes, they are less expensive than electric window openers, but always weigh up the pros and cons before having an installation undertaken. The team at LJ Pratley are on hand to advise the best solution for your building layout.
lectric window controls can be integrated to smoke and/or other pollution detectors which would operate the windows or vents in the event of such an issue.
Electric window openers are supplied with battery powered back up in case there is a power failure.
In manual window controls, a handle is turned by hand which drives a helical cable which terminates with a connection to the window or vent. The cable typically runs through a steel conduit which is attached to the wall. Electric window controls are operated from a panel, perhaps with a remote control, without the need for the connecting helical cable which is replaced by electrical cabling.
Depending on the number of windows to be operated, where they are located and where the operator handle will be installed, it can take anything from one day to a few days – or more, if the installation is in a large building or structure.
There are many solutions for electric window controls and electric window openers, so not an easy question to answer. Depending on the number of windows or vents, where they are located and where they will be operated from will dictate the logistics of the best system for your building. Contact our team today for more detailed information and solutions based on your specific requirements.