Installation

Door Bottom Threshold Draught Excluders

Brush Threshold Strip

– With the door closed measure the length between the door frame.

– Cut the seal approx. 3mm shorter than the measured length.

– If necessary, pinch the open ends with the pliers to prevent bristles coming loose.

– Position the cut strip on the closed door making sure the brush or flap presses on the floor.

Brush Threshold Strip Concealed Fix

– With the door closed measure the length between the door frame.

– Cut the seal approx. 3mm shorter than the measured length.

– If necessary, pinch the open ends with the pliers to prevent bristles coming loose.

– Position the cut strip on the closed door making sure the brush or flap presses on the floor.

Hardfloor Draught Excluder

– With the door closed measure the length between the door frame.

– Cut the seal approx. 3mm shorter than the measured length.

– Position the cut strip on the closed door making sure it touches the floor.

Letterbox And Keyhole Draught Excluders

Covered Escutcheon

– Position over the existing keyhole on the door.

– Use provided screws to secure in place over keyhole.

Draught Excluder Letterplate Tidy

– Position the letter plate over the slot on the inside of the door.

– Use the provided screws to fit the letter plate to the door. Can be used on wood and metal doors.

Letterbox Draught Excluder

– Position the letter plate over the slot on the inside of the door.

– Use the provided screws to fit the letter plate to the door. Can be used on wood and metal doors.

Draught Glazing Films

Flexible Shrink Double Glazing Film

– Apply the special tape around the door or window to be glazed and press the film onto it.

– Using an ordinary domestic hairdryer, warm the film all over and, like magic, wrinkles and creases disappear.

– Trim off the surplus film around the edges with a sharp knife.

– Now enjoy all the comfort and heat saving of amazing Warmseal double glazing.

Flexible Self Adhesive Draught Excluders

'E' Profile Longlife Foam Draught Excluder

– Make sure all surfaces are dry and clean.

– Measure the length of the side of the door and cut strip to length.

– Seperate at centre joint and peel off paper.

– For Doors – Apply to inside of frame.

– For Sash Windows – Measure, cut to length and apply to top and bottom of window that’s in contact with the frame.

'P' Profile Longlife Foam Draught Excluder

– Make sure all surfaces are dry and clean.

– Measure the length of the side of the door and cut strip to length.

– Separate at centre joint and peel off paper.

– For Doors – Apply to inside of frame.

– For Sash Windows – Measure, cut to length and apply to top and bottom of window that’s in contact with the frame.

Polystyrene 'V' Strip

– Ensure that the draught excluder is applied to a clean dry surface. If necessary wipe with white spirit or other household cleaner.

– Unwind about 20cm (8” approx) from the coil and press the adhesive side firmly into place at one end of the frame rebate.

– Slightly stretching the strip, now progressively press into position all along the frame rebate. Cut to size and remove any paper backing and strip from the wipe clean surface.

PVC Foam Draught Excluder

– Make sure all surfaces are dry and clean before applying the draught excluder.

– Unwind about 20cm (6″) of the strip and peel off the backing to expose the adhesive. Press firmly into one end of the frame rebate.

– Keep the strip pulled tightly to avoid creases. Progressively peel back the backing and push into position along the whole length of the frame. Cut to size.

Self-Adhesive Door Strip

– Always fit self-adhesive draught excluder to the inside of the frame rebate, where the strip will be compressed when the door or window is in the closed position.

– Ensure that the draught excluder is applied to a clean dry surface. If necessary wipe with white spirit or other household cleaner.

– Unwind about 20cm (8” approx) from the coil and press the adhesive side of the foam firmly into place at one end of the frame rebate.

– Slightly stretching the strip, now progressively press into position all along the frame rebate. Cut to size and remove any paper backing and strip from the wipe clean surface.

Super Brush Pile

– Make sure all surfaces are dry and clean before applying the draught excluder.

– Unwind about 20cm (6″) of brush pile strip and peel off the backing to expose the adhesive. Press firmly into one end of the frame rebate.

– Keep the strip pulled tightly to avoid creases. Progressively peel back the backing and push into position along the whole length of the frame. Cut to size.

UPVC Universal Seal

– Always fit self-adhesive draught excluder to the inside of the frame rebate, where the strip will be compressed when the door or window is in the closed position.

– Ensure that the draught excluder is applied to a clean dry surface. If necessary wipe with white spirit or other household cleaner.

– Unwind about 20cm (8” approx) from the coil and press the adhesive side of the seal firmly into place at one end of the frame rebate.

– Slightly stretching the strip, now progressively press into position all along the frame rebate. Cut to size and remove any paper backing and strip from the wipe clean surface.

Weatherseal Sealing Strip

– Make sure all surfaces are dry and clean before applying the draught excluder.

– Unwind about 20cm (6″) of sealing strip and peel off the backing to expose the adhesive. Press firmly into one end of the frame rebate.

– Keep the strip pulled tightly to avoid creases. Progressively peel back the backing and push into position along the whole length of the frame. Cut to size.

Pin Fixed Door And Window Draught Excluders

Brush Seal With Fixing Sets

– Slide off the cover strip.

– With the door closed measure the length of one side.

– Cut the seal approximately 2mm shorter than the measured length. If necessary use two shorter lengths joined together.

– Press the cut strip against the closed door compressing it slightly.

– Using the pins provided, secure the strip in place starting from the top working down.

– Repeat for the other side of the door.

– Measure the length across the top of the door between the strips.

– Cut the strip to length and secure in place with the pins provided.

– For windows, repeat this for the bottom of the window.

– Cut the cover strips to length.

– If two shorter strips were joined and used down the sides of the doors, cut the cover strip to lengths that will overlap the join.

– To fit the cover strip, put the flat edge on its side against the pinned seal and rotate.

– Press down into the groove of the seal strip.

Multifin Seal With Fixing Sets

– Slide off the cover strip.

– With the door closed measure the length of one side.

– Cut the seal approximately 2mm shorter than the measured length. If necessary use two shorter lengths joined together.

– Press the cut strip against the closed door compressing it slightly.

– Using the pins provided, secure the strip in place starting from the top working down.

– Repeat for the other side of the door.

– Measure the length across the top of the door between the strips.

– Cut the strip to length and secure in place with the pins provided.

– For windows, repeat this for the bottom of the window.

– Cut the cover strips to length.

– If two shorter strips were joined and used down the sides of the doors, cut the cover strip to lengths that will overlap the join.

– To fit the cover strip, put the flat edge on its side against the pinned seal and rotate.

– Press down into the groove of the seal strip.

Superseal Sets

– Slide off the cover strip.

– With the door closed measure the length of one side.

– Cut the seal approximately 2mm shorter than the measured length. If necessary use two shorter lengths joined together.

– Press the cut strip against the closed door compressing it slightly.

– Using the pins provided, secure the strip in place starting from the top working down.

– Repeat for the other side of the door.

– Measure the length across the top of the door between the strips.

– Cut the strip to length and secure in place with the pins provided.

– For windows, repeat this for the bottom of the window.

– Cut the cover strips to length.

– If two shorter strips were joined and used down the sides of the doors, cut the cover strip to lengths that will overlap the join.

– To fit the cover strip, put the flat edge on its side against the pinned seal and rotate.

– Press down into the groove of the seal strip.

Weatherproof Sills

Rain Deflector

– Close the door to which the deflector is to be fitted and measure the distance between the doorframe rebates on the outside.

– Using a fine toothed hacksaw, cut the aluminium 15mm shorter to allow for protective weather deflecting end caps.

– Carefully install end caps on to the deflector. This must be done before the deflector is fitted to the door.

– Now screw into position, leaving adequate clearance for smooth operation of the door.

– Ensure fixing screws are inserted within 25mm(1”) of the edges of the door. (Drill extra holes if necessary.)

Threshold Mobility Seal

– Measure the length of the door threshold.

– Cut to the desired length.

– Position and screw in to the threshold.

Threshold Weather Seal

– Measure the length of the door threshold.

– Cut to the desired length.

– Position and screw in to the threshold.

Weatherbar Plus

– If necessary cut the Weatherbar Plus unit to length. The correct measurement is taken across the outside face of the door.

– Rubber fin may be removed so that Weatherbar Plus can be used to replace wooden weatherbar. Fin can also be reversed for different types of threshold

– Pinch the ends of the seal retaining channel on the lock side of the door. This will ensure the rubber fin will remain in position.

– Apply a mastic sealant to the groove for extra protection against the elements.

– Position the Weatherbar Plus ensuring that the rubber fin lightly contacts the threshold with the door closed. Position the screws in the centre of the slots.

– If the threshold is not level, correct irregularities with epoxy filler or cement before fitting the Weatherbar Plus.

– If the gap under the door is large as a result of the door having to clear a floor covering, it can be reduced by fastening a piece of wood, the same thickness as the floor covering, to the threshold as a spacer. This will provide contact for the fin.

Weathersill

– If necessary, cut the Weathersill unit to length.

– The correct length is taken across the outside faces of the door frame rebate (see illustration).

– The seal, however, is cut to the length of the inside door frame rebate to allow it to extend into the Kwikfit lugs.

– One side of the sill has a hole in the flexible seal groove. This allows for seal replacement. DO NOT CUT THE SILL AT THIS END.

– If the space between the door and floor is less than 35mm, place the rear of the Weathersill against the inside of the door.

– Mark a line on the door using the top of the top rear metal edge of the unit as a guide.

– Remove the door and mark another line 5mm above the previous one.

– Saw along this line to provide a 25mm space between the floor and door. Anything less than 25mm will damage the seal.

– Remember to plane the door bottom smooth and treat it with wood preservative.

– Position the Weathersill and mark the threshold through the countersunk holes in the channel.

– Drill holes in the concrete and insert the plugs provided.

– Fill the underside front and rear grooves with sealing compound or the entire underside channel space with cement to which PVA bonding adhesive has been added.

– Fix the Weathersill in postion with the lugs and fixings provided. Do not overtighten onto worn steps as this will distort the sill.

– Tighten screws after the cement has set.

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