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Hopper

Marvin’s Tilt-In Hopper window is the perfect companion to the Tilt Turn. It can also be a smart solution for adding ventilation or light in a lower level or in combination with a non-operating window.

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Features

  • Great option for adding ventilation or light
  • Space saving tilt in function
  • Works well with Tilt Turn or a Non-Operational window

Variations

  • Inswing Hopper: Inswing Hopper can be used as a venting transom over a door, part of a creative series, or in as a unique solution on its own.
  • Simulated Double Hung Hopper: The perfect solution for very large openings where the double hung window is preferred but size, operation or loacation may not be practical for Double Hung units..
  • Originally developed by Marvin Signature Services as a custom solution, this unique Simulated Double Hung Hopper is available by Special Order. See your Marvin dealer for more information on this specialty product.

    Standard Specifications

    • One-lite Low E2 with argon insulating glass
    • Bronze handle
    • Bare wood interior
    • Extruded aluminum clad exterior (clad units)
    • All-wood brick mould casing (wood units)
    • 2 13/32" and 4 9/16" jambs
    • DP40 performance rating

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    Energy Information Finder

    This tool provides some of the most common options on windows and doors and related NFRC certified values.

    This tool is a guide only and does not reflect variations resulting from features and options not included in the tool. For more information about the energy efficiency of specific products and options, please contact your local Marvin sales representative.

    The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) has developed and operates a uniform national rating system for the energy performance of fenestration products, including windows and doors. NFRC does not recommend product and does not warrant the suitability of product for any specific use. For additional information regarding this rating system, see www.nfrc.org/WindowRatings.

    See Energy Efficient Windows and Doors for further information on this topic.

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