sash stop

sash stop

A small strip nailed or screwed around a cased frame to hold a sash (of a double-hung window) in place; also called a window stop.
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Another option is a surface 'rail' lock, and if you need some ventilation, have a sash stop screwed onto the frame.
Sash stops and bolts are effective with modern tilt-to-clean units, too.
Sash stops allow the window to be opened slightly for ventilation (or opened fully with a key), but not enough for someone to get in, providing they're fitted at the right height, so they're a good security measure.
Sash stops allow the window to be opened slightly for ventilation (or opened fully with a key), but not enough for someone to get in (providing they're fitted at the right height), so they're a good security measure.
The UniFlow SE low-flow constant-volume fume hood features sash stops and an airflow monitor.
Added safety features include sash stops and an airflow monitor.
1 SAW notches under the sash stops (stopping at the jamb) and the exterior casings on both sides of the window.
timers on appliances and operable windows with sash stops, allow residents to safely direct their activity and take personal responsibility for activities of daily living.
The UniFlow SE low-flow, constant-volume fume hood includes added safety features, including sash stops and an airflow monitor.
To allow windows to be partially opened for ventilation but without compromising security, sash stops a reideal.