ASSA 760 with fixed frame fixture, Euro-note Application Used for window airing position. ASSA 750 and 760 together with ASSA espagnolettes, which have transmission devices. Features ASSA 750 and 760 are operated by using the espagnolette handle. With the handle in closed position, friction holds the sash in the desired airing position. With the handle in open position, the sash moves freely. To reduce wear on sash and hinges, the casement stay slips when overloaded. Construction a) Friction casing b) End bearing c) Locking spindle d) Arm e) Friction runner f) Frame fixture Material Friction runner on ASSA 740 of acetal plastic. Friction runner on ASSA 750 and 760 of zamak. End bearing of zamak. Friction casing of anodized aluminium. Other parts of galvanized steel. Instructions for milling For inward- and outward-opening window. See instructions at our product catalogue, section I, page 174. Screw For end bearing, use no. 5 (3.0 mm) TFX / DIN 7997. For frame fixture, use no. 7 (3.8 mm) TFX / DIN 7997. Door holder ASSA 520Used for outward-opening glazed doors. Casement stay ASSA 202Used for inward-opening windows with sash lipped over fra… 150 and 150S: With fixed frameOperated with the espagnolette handle. With the handle in… Do you want to create a safe lock environment? ASSA OEM has created "The lock guide by ASSA OEM", and it's made to give you knowledge and tips about approved lock sets. We really encouring poeple to read our tips and guidelines here: The lock guide Want to download our product catalogues? If you prefer to download our product catalogue - you can download it here! We also provide instructions, declarations and other documents in our download documents section.Check it out!