Amesbury Truth  |  SKU: C10649

Truth Maxim Dyad Operator (Discontinued)

$000 Each

This product has been discontinued by the manufacturer. We have left this page up for reference only. See the description below for details on closest replacement options.


Please Note: This model of operator has been discontinued by the manufacturer. Click here to view the closest replacement that we carry from Truth. When comparing the two, the Traditional Style Dyad Operator has a larger profile than the Maxim operator seen here. Because of this, it may not work in the same narrower locations where the Maxim would typically be used. The screwholes will also be placed in different locations. This operator will otherwise function in the same way. This item can also be found below under related products.

  • Designed for use on larger casement and awning windows, Maxim Operators easily mount to thin wall profiles made of fiberglass, aluminum and steel.
  • See the document found under Downloads to compare your existing operator dimensions to this operator model.

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Page Code: C10649

  • Manufacturer
    Amesbury Truth
  • Model Number
  • Material
    Steel, Die Cast Zinc
  • Window Type
    Casement Windows
  • Mounting Hardware Included
  • Mounting Hardware Type
    #7 Flat Head Wood Screws

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