SuperGlaze White DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length
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SuperGlaze White DIY Double Glazing 2.44m Length

NZ $44.00
excl GST
Qty.

The SUPERGLAZE system comprises a rigid PVC moulding to edge the glass, this
being mitred at the corners, which is then fixed to the frame with screws through
the open fixing channel. A cover strip is then snapped into place concealing the
fixing screws giving a neat, unobtrusive appearance.
SUPERGLAZE is sold in 2.44m lengths, in a choice of white or brown coloured sections.
Each length comes with the moulding and cover strip, fixing screws and easy to follow fixing instructions.
The SUPERGLAZE secondary pane may be fixed either to
the opening window lights to allow ventilation and use of
the windows, or to the main frame for maximum insulation
and draught proofing.
When use of the windows is required we suggest the glass
is installed externally. When using SUPERGLAZE ensure there
is at least 20mm of flat mounting surface around each side of the glass to take the fixings.
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Measuring up for your glass or sheeting

WindowSize 1. Measure the existing window pane, vertically (measurement A)
and horizontally (measurement B).
This is the visible glass only
and does not include any frame.

2. Add 16mm to each measurement A & B. This will give you the
size of the glass or sheeting required. Also ensure you have the
minimum 20mm mounting surface on each side of your
window.

Measuring up for your SUPERGLAZE Packs

3. For the sides, take measurement 'A', add 39mm and round this up to the nearest
1830mm.
4. For the top and bottom, take measurement 'B', add 39mm and also round this
up to the nearest available pack length.


USING SUPERGLAZE STEP BY STEP

5. Remove all packaging and snap cover strip into base section.
6. Working with your piece of glass, measure the side to which you want to place
a strip of SUPERGLAZE. Add 23mm to this and squarely cut a length of the
SUPERGLAZE to suit. Repeat this step for each side remembering to use the
correct lengths for sides, top and bottom.
7. Using the outer corner as a reference point (see Diagram
A), cut a 45° mitre on each end, using the fine toothed saw
and mitre block. Repeat this for each length.
8. Remove the cover strip and mark base and cover sections
on the inside, ready to pair up later.
9. Fit base section around the edges of the panel. (see Helpful
Hints).
10. After cleaning the glass and making sure the window is perfectly dry, offer up
the edged pane to the window frame and fix using the screws provided. Use
extra screws if necessary to ensure a snug fit all round the frame.
11. Replace each cover strip in its base section to complete the system.





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