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SafeGard™ Casement Window Opening Control Device
  • The SafeGard™ Limit Device is the Industry's first limiting control device offered for casement windows.
  • The SafeGard™ Limit Device was tested & certified to meet ASTM F2090-10 code requirements. The ASTM F2090 addresses window fall prevention, that helps protect against potential falls by children through open windows.
  • The SafeGard™ Limit Device provides a means that will limit the venting of the window to less than 4".
  • As required by code, the SafeGard™ Limit Device has a two (2) action operation to fully open the window for egress purposes. This operation can be performed without the use of keys or tools.
  • Easy to follow opening and release instructions appear on the vent arm. Note: The device will re-latch or reset automatically when window is in closed position.
  • The SafeGard™ Limit Device's track, arm and rivet are made entirely of austenitic stainless steel with Delran cover and tab.
  • The SafeGard™ Limit Device is reliable, easy to install and easy to operate. This device meets today's more stringent safety requirements. Please consult local building codes for WOCD and applicable requirements.

Ordering Instructions:
1. Determine window handing by viewing from the outside
looking in. If the casement window hinge is on the right side,
you need a right hand limiting device.

2. Confirm the hinge cavity on your casement window
(See Fig. 2). The hinge cavity needs to be .719 (23/32")
wide x .438 (7/16") deep.

Note: The SafeGard™ Limiting Control Device will only work in casement windows that have a standard 2-bar hinge cavity with measurements as stated above.

Part Number Handing
39-933LH LH
39-933RH RH

Includes: Arm Assembly, Track Assembly, Template, Window Label, Screw Pack (4 screws) and Operating and Installation Instructions.

This Device is Not Designed for Awning Windows

This Device is Not Designed for Casement Windows with a 4-Bar Hinge

Installation Instructions