Casement Turn Clips

wsc317bl-18956.jpgCasement turn clips are devices used to secure window screens in casement windows. Casement windows are windows that are attached to their frame by one or more hinges at the side. These windows often open outward, and casement turn clips help to keep the window screen in place when the window is opened or closed.

The turn clips typically consist of two parts: a base or bracket attached to the window frame, and a clip or latch attached to the window screen. When the window is closed, the clip on the screen fits into the bracket on the frame, securing the screen in place. When the window is opened, the clip can be easily turned or released to allow for unhindered movement of the window.

These clips are a practical solution to prevent window screens from being dislodged or damaged when the casement window is in use. They are often made of durable materials like metal or plastic to withstand regular use and weather conditions. The specific design and mechanism of casement turn clips may vary, but their primary function is to provide a secure attachment for window screens in casement windows.