Flexible yet rigid, Rainier Windows can bend, yet retain their memory to return to the original flat shape. Sophisticated window designs can be stored flat when not in use. Rainier Windows screen 98% of harmful UV rays, protecting people and valuable material while offering insulation and sound deadening attributes for your enclosure.
Rainier Diamond Windows
Virtually shatterproof, our top of the line Rainier Diamond Windows have 250 times the impact strength of glass and 30 times that of regular acrylic.
Polycarbonate has a number of key benefits over other materials-the most important being it is truly shatter proof, and has been certified by the National Transportation Safety Board for transportation applications.
The special coatings that are applied to the polycarbonate on Rainier Windows will resist most scratches, yellowing and hazing.
Rainier Crystal Windows
Our Rainier Crystal Windows using specially modified high-impact acrylic as a substrate are also extremely safe. They are designed to be more break resistant than regular acrylic to give them added design flexibility at a reduced cost.
Modified acrylic has been engineered to the point that it is over 10 times more break resistant than regular acrylic. This improvement has made this material very strong and usable in the harsh environments at a lower price than polycarbonate. An additional benefit of modified acrylic is that it does not need to be coated for UV and minor scratches can be buffed out of the windows. This quality allows for tighter radius curves on different designs.
Installation and Customization
Rainier has developed unique track systems for use with Rainier Windows for a custom look and to allow opening and closing of the semi-rigid windows. There are a many options available to customize your Rainier Window enclosure for your boat, buildings, home, or tent's unique requirements.
Rainier Windows has developed unique tracking systems to enhance the operational capabilities of your windows.
Because Rainier Windows are semi-rigid, your yacht’s enclosure operates much like the windows in your home. Because your Rainier window cannot be rolled, hinging or sliding the windows are used for opening and ventilation.
Single track is the most commonly used for mounting windows in a “track to track” installation. A zipper is sewn to keder-welt, which slides into the track, making an exact fit.
Using keder-welt, a fabricator can use a two track system to enable the windows to slide in front and behind one another like sliding glass doors.
There are times when track can not be mounted to the boat. Triple track was invented to extend double track capabilities to locations where fasteners are not available. Such situations include the crown on a hardtop, cross sections of fabric, or stainless steel rods.