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W40 Glazing Guide

INSTRUCTIONS FOR GLAZING W40 WINDOWS ON SITE FROM THE INSIDE

STAGE ONE - PARTS LIST

STAGE TWO - APPLY FRAME TO GLASS GASKET AND SETTING BLOCKS

Frame to glass gasket

2.1 Ensure that glazing rebates are dry and clean.

2.2 Apply the frame to glass gasket or glazing tape – if not already factory fitted – and seal mitred corners.

Frame to glass gasket

2.3 Place Setting blocks on sill bead retaining clips – as appropriate for window type – see extract from British Standard BS 8000: Part 7 below.

STAGE THREE - INSERT GLASS INTO FRAME AND PLACE LOCATION BLOCKS

STAGE FOUR - END CAPS

4.1 Apply bead end caps to both ends of each bead length

– if not already fitted.

STAGE FIVE - CLIPPING IN THE BEADS

STAGE SIX - FIT BEAD TO GLASS GASKET

STAGE SEVEN - THE FINISHED WINDOW

7.1Wipe down frame and glass.

7.2 Apply silicone capping sealant, if glazing tape used instead of gasket.

7.3Leave in good order.


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All windows produced by SWA members in hot rolled steel sections to BS.6510 are protected by the hot dip galvanizing process in accordance with BS.729. Cold formed steel section windows are also available and all steel section windows can be supplied with a decorative finish available in a range of colours. This process, in which polyester powder is electrostatically applied then heat fused under factory controlled conditions to BS.6497, gives a high quality, attractive and durable finish with a life expectancy of at least 20 years.

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