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Easyfix

Easyglaze
Superglaze Filmglaze
Magnetglaze Magnetglaze Pro
TUBEWAY (SALES) LTD are proud to offer six effective secondary double glazing
systems to the general public. Each system is available through independent DIY
and Hardware shops throughout Great Britain. You will not find our products in the
multiple chain stores. The major benefits of using such a system are that it:
TUBEWAY (SALES) LIMITED TUBEWAY (SALES) LIMITED TUBEWAY (SALES) LIMITED TUBEWAY (SALES) LIMITED TUBEWAY (SALES) LIMITED
Elton Park, Hadleigh Road, Ipswich, IP2 0HN
Tel: 01473 251051 Fax: 01473 236044
email: sales@tubeway.co.uk website: www.tubeway.co.uk
REDUCES HEAT LOSS
REDUCES FUEL COSTS
KEEPS ROOMS WARM ALL OVER
LOWERS NOISE PENETRATION
Each system has been developed for the average DIY enthusiast to use in the
home with the minimum of tools and effort to achieve a professional appearance.
When fitted they are clean, unobtrusive and very efficient systems, reducing heat
loss and thereby saving pounds in fuel bills. Draughts from windows are eliminated
when fitted to the frame, noise levels reduced and more constant room
temperatures are produced using any of the systems. An advantage of using the
Easyfix, Superglaze, Easyglaze and Magnetic systems is that the glazing panels can
be removed, cleaned and replaced quite easily.
EASYFIX EASYFIX EASYFIX EASYFIX EASYFIX has been a major product line with us for over 40 years and is still a
popular product in the range, available for both glass and plastic sheeting.
SUPERGLAZE SUPERGLAZE SUPERGLAZE SUPERGLAZE SUPERGLAZE was introduced when the demand for a smart rigid fixed system
became apparent. This can be used for glass and plastic sheet of 2.5mm minimum
thickness.
EASYGLAZE EASYGLAZE EASYGLAZE EASYGLAZE EASYGLAZE came next and caters for the plastic sheeting market only - ideal for
use with 2mm. We do not recommend glass is used with this product.
FILMGLAZE FILMGLAZE FILMGLAZE FILMGLAZE FILMGLAZE enhances the range and offers an inexpensive but effective
disposable system, which is in high demand in the consumer market today.
MAGNETGLAZE MAGNETGLAZE MAGNETGLAZE MAGNETGLAZE MAGNETGLAZE is a simple solution to secondary glazing, ideal for use with 2mm
sheeting. We do not recommend glass is used with this product.
MAGNETGLAZE PRO MAGNETGLAZE PRO MAGNETGLAZE PRO MAGNETGLAZE PRO MAGNETGLAZE PRO is the heavier version of the magnetic system and enables
you to form a frame around the sheet before fixing to your window.
Try using an EASYFIX system on just one room and then complete each room as
and when it suits you to give a fully double glazed home. Alternatively, it can be
used in your greenhouse, boat or caravan, anywhere that would benefit from the
above features.
EASYFIX is a Registered Trademark of Tubeway (Sales) Limited
PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE CUTTING OR FITTING ANY SYSTEM
Award Plastics & Displays
AWARD PLASTICS & DISPLAYS LTD
42 Wordsworth Street, Sydenham, Christchurch
P. +64 3 374 5500 | F. +34 3 374 5502
E. easyfx@awardplastics.co.nz | W. www.awardplastics.co.nz
EASYFIX double glazing comprises a flexible PVC edging strip, which is placed
neatly around a piece of glass or plastic sheet and held in position by nylon fixing
clips and woodscrews. A mitre gauge to help cut neat accurate corners is available
separately, a feature unique to our system.
EASYFIX edging strip is sold by the metre
(a complete reel holds 30m) for 2mm,
3mm, 4mm or 5mm gl ass or pl asti c
sheeting, in clear, brown or white. Nylon
fixing clips, sold in packets of 12, support
the edging strip sizes and are natural or
brown in colour. Woodscrews are also sold
in packets of 12, while the mitre gauge is
sold singly. Your local glazier will be pleased to advise on glass regulations for your
application and also supply and cut to your requirements.
EASYFIX double glazing pre-packs are an alternative to the loose packed items
mentioned so far. A 15m kit in any of the edging strip sizes or colours, comes
complete with 72 clips and 72 screws to fix the edging strip provided. A mitre gauge
and full fitting instructions are included in the pre-pack.
An EASYFIX secondary pane can 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. Where possible, allow the secondary glass to overlap
the frame by 10mm on each edge.
HELPFUL HINTS - The edging strip is always easier to work with when its warm. We
suggest placing it in the airing cupboard or similar place the night before use. When
placing edging strip onto glass DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT run finger down the back of the edging strip to
apply it quickly, work a few cms at a time.
TOOLS REQUIRED - A screwdriver,
craft knife or similar, ball-point pen
and a tape measure.
USING EASYFIX STEP BY STEP USING EASYFIX STEP BY STEP USING EASYFIX STEP BY STEP USING EASYFIX STEP BY STEP USING EASYFIX STEP BY STEP
1. Place a mark on the edging strip 5cm from a neat squarely cut end.
2. Lay the edging strip in the channel of the EASYFIX
mitre gauge so the mark on the edging strip is in the
centre of the middle "V". Holding the strip firmly in
the two finger grips, cut down each side of the "V"
with the sharp knife, being careful not to cut right
through the strip.
edging strip
mitre gauge
3. Now carefully fit the edging strip on the glass, the cut out should mould easily
around the first corner. Continue along this edge to the next corner and place a
mark with the pen on the edging strip where the glass finishes. This point marks
the position of the next corner.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the edging strip is fitted around the pane of glass.
5. You will need a clip about 5cm from each corner on each side, then clips spaced
equally about 20-25cm along the remaining distance.
6. Position the sheet carefully so there is an equal overlap on the frame on all four
sides.
7. Fix the two clips on the bottom edge 5cm from the corners - these will hold the
weight of the sheet.
8. Make sure the glass is clean and the window perfectly dry before resting the
pane on the bottom fixing clips. Fix two clips on the top edge, making sure that
one of these first four clips covers the join in the edging strip.
9. Now complete the window by fixing the rest of the clips as suggested above.
It is always best to remove double glazing in summer to allow ventilation.
HELPFUL HINTS - as SUPERGLAZE can be used on various thicknesses of glass and
sheeting, there are occasions when it seems tight to apply. On these occasions we
suggest two measures:
(a) Using an oilstone or grinding wheel, lightly rub both edges of the pane, this
takes off the sharp edge left by the glazier when the glass was cut.
(b) Use a drop of washing-up liquid to ease the section onto the glass.
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 packs of either 914mm, 1.22m or 1.83m lengths, in a choice
of white or brown coloured sections. Each pack contains two lengths of moulding
and cover strip, fixing screws and easy to follow fixing instructions. Your local glazier
will be pleased to advise on glass regulations for your application and also supply
and cut to your requirements.
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.
cover strip
base
section
Measuring up for your SUPERGLAZE packs Measuring up for your SUPERGLAZE packs Measuring up for your SUPERGLAZE packs Measuring up for your SUPERGLAZE packs Measuring up for your SUPERGLAZE packs
3. For the sides, take measurement 'A', add 39mm and round this up to the nearest
available pack length i.e. 914mm, 1220mm or 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 USING SUPERGLAZE STEP BY STEP USING SUPERGLAZE STEP BY STEP USING SUPERGLAZE STEP BY STEP 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.
It is always best to remove double glazing in summer to allow ventilation.
HELPFUL HINTS - When applying the base section DO NOT attempt to slide it on, it is
easier to start at one end and push on cm by cm. For window frames where gaps occur
between the base section and the frame when the pane is in position, we recommend
the use of our standard PVC foam draught excluder DE901. This should be fixed to the
bottom of the base section so that when the pane is screwed into place the foam is
compressed and forms the seal, this creates the layer of still air needed to provide the
insulation.
TOOLS REQUIRED - Fine
toothed saw, mitre block,
tape measure, bradawl
and a screwdriver.
Diagram A
1. Measure the existing window pane, vertically (measurement A)
and horizontally (measurement B). This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only
and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. 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 glass or sheeting Measuring up for your glass or sheeting Measuring up for your glass or sheeting Measuring up for your glass or sheeting Measuring up for your glass or sheeting
Measuring up for your EASYGLAZE
3. You will require 2 lengths at measurement 'A' plus 25mm and 2 lengths at
measurement 'B' plus 25mm for your window. Add these together to find out
how many 2.44m lengths you will need.
The EASYGLAZE double glazing system comprises two rigid PVC sections, a base
section and a cover strip. It is available in 2.44m (8ft)
lengths and in choice of White or Brown. A length of
mitre beading is also supplied to assist you in cutting
neat, accurate corners. This product is fixed to the
frame by self-adhesive tape which is mounted on the
base section. We DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT recommend the use of glass
with this product.
The EASYGLAZE system is for internal use only,
fixing directly to the frame for maximum insulation and
draught proofing. When using EASYGLAZE ensure
there is at least 15mm of flat mounting surface around each side of the glass to take
the adhesive base section.
HELPFUL HINTS - To achieve a neat mitre cut a small piece of mitre bead and insert
between the base and cover strip at the point where the mitre is to be cut. Cut the mitre
through all sections. This beading has the effect of holding the cover strip at the correct
angle so that when applied to the sheet it results in a neat mitre.
TOOLS REQUIRED - A fi ne
toothed saw, mitre block, pencil
and tape measure.
cover strip
USING EASYGLAZE STEP BY STEP
4. Ensure cover strip is snapped into base section.
5. Working with your piece of sheeting, measure the side to
which you want to place a strip of EASYGLAZE. Add 13mm
to this and squarely cut a length of the EASYGLAZE to suit.
Repeat this step for each side.
6. Insert a small piece of mitre beading between cover and
base at the end of the length to be cut. Using the outer
corner as a reference point (see Diagram B), cut a 45 mitre using the fine toothed
saw and mitre block. Repeat this step for each corner.
mitre
beading
base
section
Diagram B
1. Measure the existing window pane, vertically (measurement A)
and horizontally (measurement B). This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only
and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame.
2. Add 12mm to each measurement A & B. This will give you the
size of the sheeting required. Also ensure you have the minimum
15mm mounting surface on each side of your window.
Measuring up for your Plastic Sheeting
7. Now place the EASYGLAZE onto each edge of the plastic sheet.
8. Hold the panel to the window frame so that it overlaps equally on each edge
and make a pencil mark around the panel on the frame.
9. Make sure all paintwork is free from the grease of silicone polishes, as this could
affect the adhesion of the tape. Also make sure the window is perfectly dry.
10. Remove the EASYGLAZE and separate the base and top sections (mark which
top goes with which bottom section). Remove the backing tape and apply the
base to the window frame just inside the pencil mark. Check corners are neat
and square then press home firmly. (The adhesive is very strong and
re-positioning of the pane is virtually impossible).
11. Once all four sides are complete, offer the plastic sheet to the window frame
and insert the top section to hold it in place.
It is always best to remove double glazing in summer to allow ventilation.
FILMGLAZE is the simplest double glazing system in the range. It comprises a sheet
of film and a roll of double- sided adhesive tape. The tape
is placed around the area to be glazed, the plastic film is
then carefully stuck to it and a hairdryer is used to stretch
the film. Any wrinkles and creases showing will simply
vanish as the heat is applied. Although the cheapest, it is
still just as effective as the other systems.
FILMGLAZE is available in 3 pack sizes, Small 1.8m,
Medium 4.5m and Large 9.0m. Comprehensive fitting
instructions are included in each pack. The actual film size
is 1.5m wide and 1.2m, 3.0m and 6.0m in length for each of the packs respectively.
FILMGLAZE can be used on individual windows, or over the complete window
area. Handles and locks can be removed and replaced after the film has been
applied. Being a simple film it allows for quick access in cases of emergency.
HELPFUL HINTS - Use the film at room temperature and make sure you are only using a
single layer. Do not touch the adhesive with your fingers as this may affect the bonding
to the frame or film. Try to apply the film as evenly as possible before using the hairdryer.
TOOLS REQUIRED - Sharp craft knife and an
ordinary hairdryer.
USING FILMGLAZE STEP BY STEP
1. Thoroughly clean the window and the frame to remove any grease marks or
polish. Painted frames must be in good condition to give maximum effect.
2. Apply the double-sided tape to the window frame allowing it to overlap at each
end. Once all four sides have been completed trim off excess tape from each
corner. DO NOT remove the backing paper yet. Using a soft cloth, press firmly
on tape to ensure adhesive has made proper contact with window frame.
3. Completely unfold the glazing film supplied so that you are using only a single
layer of film. Offer the film up to the window and mark or cut to the required
size. Remember to allow enough material to trim off once film has been secured.
4. Remove the backing paper from the double-sided tape at the top of your
window frame. Holding the film by the top corners apply to the tape keeping
the film as flat and taut as possible. Remove the other three pieces of backing
paper from your frame. Holding the bottom corners apply the film to the
adhesive tape in the same way. If large wrinkles are noticeable the film can be
carefully removed and repositioned. Once in place apply pressure over the film
and tape to secure edges of the FILMGLAZE system.
5. Using an ordinary hairdryer on the lowest heat setting begin heating the film at
the top left corner and work towards the bottom right. If the film does not
appear to be shrinking, move the hairdryer closer, between 2 - 5 cm from the
film is ideal. If this still does nothing it will be necessary to change your hairdryer
to a higher heat setting. The wrinkles and creases will disappear and leave a
clear, economical and effective double glazed unit. To test the film is tight enough,
leave for approximately 30 seconds and then flick the film with a finger, you
should hear a tight drum sound.
6. Using a very sharp knife trim off all excess film from around the outside of the
tape to leave a neat, unobtrusive sealed unit.
FILMGLAZE can be kept clean by wiping with a soft cloth. If too much pressure is
applied and the film goes saggy, it can be tightened again using the hairdryer. When
the time comes to remove the film, carefully trim just inside the tape and remove the
centre panel of film. With the help of the hairdryer, warm and ease the double-sided
tape away from the frame. Any adhesive left behind can be cleaned using white
spirit or an alternative cleaner.
MAGNETGLAZE PRO combines the simplicity of the magnetic fixing with the
aesthetic appeal of framing your plastic sheet. It comprises
two parts, a rigid pvc frame profile which has the magnetic
strip attached and a self-adhesive metal strip. A length of
mitre beading is also supplied to assist you in cutting neat,
accurate corners. This system is particularly suitable for
windows requiring quick or repeated removal.
MAGNETGLAZE PRO is available in a 2.44m lengths and white or brown in colour
MAGNETGLAZE is intended for internal use only and NOT recommended for use
with glass. Always fit to the main frame and not to opening windows.
HELPFUL HINTS - For larger windows (1200mm x 1200mm or bigger) we strongly
recommend placing a couple of screws under the glazing panel to support the sheet.
This will prevent the sheet from slipping down and becoming detached.
TOOLS REQUIRED - Fine tooth
saw, tape measure, mitre block
and pencil.
Measuring up for your MAGNETGLAZE PRO
3. You will require 2 lengths at measurement 'A' plus 33mm and 2 lengths at
measurement 'B' plus 33mm for your window. Add these together to find out
how many 2.44m lengths you will need.
USING MAGNETGLAZE PRO STEP BY STEP
4. Remove the white metal strip from the length of Magnetglaze PRO.
5. Working with your plastic panel, measure the side to which you want to place a
strip of Magnetglaze PRO. Add 3mm to this and squarely cut a length of
Magnetglaze PRO to suit. Repeat for each side of the panel.
6. Using the outer corner as a reference (see diagram), insert
the mitre bead and cut a 45 mitre using the fine toothed
saw and mitre block. Repeat this step for all lengths.
7. Now fit the Magnetglaze PRO to the edges of the panel.
8. Hold the panel to the window frame so that it overlaps equally
on each edge.
9. Draw a pencil line around the sheet on the frame.
10. Cut and fit the white metal strip to the window frame, sticking it just inside the
pencil marks.
11. Offer up the glazing panel to the window and click into place.
It is always best to remove double glazing in summer to allow ventilation.
Mitre
Bead
1. Measure the existing window pane, vertically (measurement A)
and horizontally (measurement B). This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only
and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame.
2. Add 30mm to each measurement A & B. This will give you the
size of the sheet required. Also ensure you have a minimum
20mm mounting surface on each side of your window.
Measuring up for your Plastic Sheeting
HELPFUL HINTS - For larger windows (1200mm x 1200mm or bigger) we strongly
recommend placing a couple of screws under the glazing panel to support the sheet.
This will prevent the sheet from slipping down and becoming detached.
TOOLS REQUIRED - Tape measure, pencil
and strong pair of scissors.
MAGNETGLAZE is the latest addition to the double glazing systems that we offer
from the EASYFIX range. It comprises two strips, one metal
and the other magnetic. The metal strip is white faced and
has self-adhesive tape on one side. This strip is placed on
the window frame around the area to be glazed. The
magnetic strip, which is also self-adhesive is placed around
the edges of the plastic sheet.
MAGNETGLAZE is available in a convenient 5m pre-pack.
MAGNETGLAZE is intended for internal use only and NOT
recommended for use with glass. Always fit to the main frame and not to opening
windows.
Measuring up for your MAGNETGLAZE
3. You will require 2 lengths at measurement 'A' plus 25mm and 2 lengths at
measurement 'B' for your window (do not do not do not do not do not add 25mm to measurement B). Add
these together to find out how many 5m pre-pack kits you will need.
USING MAGNETGLAZE STEP BY STEP
4. Remove strips from packaging and begin by cutting and sticking the black
magnetic strip to each edge of the plastic sheet.
5. Now hold the panel to the window frame so that it overlaps equally on each
edge.
6. Draw a pencil line around the sheet on the frame
7. Cut and fit the white metal strip to the window frame, sticking it just inside the
pencil marks.
8. Offer up the glazing panel to the window and click into place.
It is always best to remove double glazing in summer to allow ventilation.
White metal
strip
Black magnetic
Strip
Measuring up for your Plastic Sheeting
1. Measure the existing window pane, vertically (measurement A)
and horizontally (measurement B). This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only This is the visible glass only
and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame. and does not include any frame.
2. Add 25mm to each measurement A & B. This will give you the
size of the sheet required. Also ensure you have a minimum
19mm mounting surface on each side of your window.
All Prices exclude GST

+2 Wordsworth Street, Sydenham, PO Box 7+11, Christchurch New Zealand
Freephone 0800 +26 29273 Fax 03 37+ 5502
Email: easyfix@awardplastics.co.nz
Web: www.awardplastics.co.nz
12 October 2011
EASYFIX DOUBLE GLAZING
EASYFIX SYSTEM
The EASYF!X Double Glazing system is a secondary system that can be fitted internally by any D!Y
enthusiast, quickly and efficiently, with the minimum of tools. The many benefits include, cutting fuel costs by
reducing heat loss, eliminating draughts and lowering noise penetration.

The EASYF!X system is based on a small flexible edging strip
that is placed onto the edge of the glass or plastic sheeting.
The corners are easily formed using a mitre gauge, a feature
unique to our system, which gives a neat and accurate finish.
The sheet is presented to the window frame and secured by
nylon fixing clips and woodscrews.
STANDARD PACKS - Double glazing edging strip is available in four sizes: 2mm, 3mm, +mm 8 5mm and in
three colours: Clear, White 8 Brown. !t is sold in lengths of 30m and coiled onto cardboard reels for ease of
sale. Nylon fixing clips and woodscrews are available in packets of 12. Nitre gauges are packed and sold
singly.
Description Colour
Stock
code
Price
3mm Edging Strip Clear DG300 3.75fm
3mm Edging Strip Brown DG305 3.75fm
3mm Edging Strip White DG310 3.75fm
3mm Fixing Clips Natural DG3+0 7.55f12 Pack
3mm Fixing Clips Brown DG3+5 7.55f12 Pack



+mm Edging Strip Clear DG+00 3.95fm
+mm Edging Strip Brown DG+05 3.95fm
+mm Edging Strip White DG+10 3.95fm
+mm Fixing Clips Natural DG++0 7.55f12 Pack
+mm Fixing Clips Brown DG++5 7.55f12 Pack



Nitre Gauges Black DG710 1.35 ea



3mm Prepack Kit 15m Brown DGP50B 73.60
3mm Prepack Kit 15m Clear DGP50C 73.60
3mm Prepack Kit 15m White DGP50W 73.60
+mm Prepack Kit 15m Brown DGP51B 79.30
+mm Prepack Kit 15m Clear DGP51C 79.30
+mm Prepack Kit 15m White DGP51W 79.30

All Prices exclude GST
EASYGLAZE SYSTEM




EASYFIX Easyglaze is a self-adhesive two part glazing system designed for use with plastic sheeting. Neat
accurate corners can be achieved using a mitre block, fine tooth saw and special mitre beading supplied. The
system is available in packs of 25 x 2.44m lengths and in a choice of white, grey or brown.


Description Colour Stock code Price
Standard Profile - 2.44m White DGEG80 46.10 ea
Standard Profile - 2.44m Brown DGEG85 46.10 ea



FILMGLAZE SYSTEM


Easyfix Filmglaze is a low cost, economical secondary double glazing system. It is very simple to use requiring
only a sharp knife and hairdryer to install. A double sided adhesive tape is placed around the window to be
glazed and the special film supplied is stuck firmly to this. With the help of a normal hairdryer the wrinkles in
the film are heated out to leave a tight skin of film over the window frame.

Description Film Size Stock code Price
Large Pack 1.5m x 6.0m DGFG900 51.75 ea

Self Adhesive Tape - 8m

DGFG001 9.75 ea


All Prices exclude GST
MAGNETGLAZE SYSTEM



MG05 - 5m Kit
The Magnetglaze system comprises two self-adhesive flexible strips each 12mm wide, one is stuck to the frame
the other to the plastic glazing panel. Magnetglaze is available in a 5m pre-pack kit complete with fitting
instructions. This system is intended for internal use only and NOT for use with glass.

Description Colour Stock code Price
Magnetglaze Kit 5m Roll DGMG05 82.99 ea




MAGNETGLAZE PRO SYSTEM


Magnetglaze PRO is the rigid version of the system. Magnetglaze is
attached to a rigid pvc edge strip available in 2440mm lengths. These
can be cut and mitred to form a frame around the panel, giving a
neat and professional finish. White or Brown edging will complement
most window frames. Each length is individually packed in polythene
sleeve with fitting instruction leaflet.


Description Colour Stock code Price
Magnetglaze PRO 2.44m White DGMG80 42.80
Magnetglaze PRO 2.44m Brown DGMG85 42.80


All Prices exclude GST
SUPERGLAZE SYSTEM


EASYF!X Superglaze is a low cost rigid PvC Double Glazing system
that can be fitted internally by any D!Y enthusiast, quickly and
efficiently with the minimum of tools. !t is designed for use with
3mm and +mm glass, but can accommodate plastic sheeting of
2.5mm minimum thickness.


The many benefits of this secondary system include cutting fuel costs by reducing heat loss, eliminating draughts,
lowering noise penetration and fixing without adhesive.

Description Colour Stock code Price
Superglaze 1830mm Length White DGSG60 33.00fset
Superglaze 1830mm Length Brown DGSG65 33.00fset




Please note: all prices are GST exclusive.


HOW TO GET A QUOTE

1. Neasure your windows to get the correct panel sizes to fit over your window frames. (See instructions
above)
2. Email or call us with a list of your panel sizes, we will run these through our sheet optimiser to find the
most economical way to cut from full sheets.
3. !nclude a sketch and measurements for any checkouts required to go around window latches.
+. We will let you know how many sheets required for your panels, you are charged at sheet rate and we
cut them to size for you.
5. We will also let you know how many metres of fixing you require for all of your panels.
6. Your quote will detail costs for acrylic panels, fixing systems and freight if required. Please advise which
system you would like, and where your order is to be sent. (or you can collect from our store)


Award Plastics 8 Displays Ltd
+2 Wordsworth Street
Sydenham { Christchurch 82+0
easyfix@awardplastics.co.nz
P. 03 37+ 8076 { F. 03 37+ 5502

AWARD PLASTICS & DISPLAYS LTD
42 Wordsworth Street, Sydenham, Christchurch
P. +64 3 374 5500 | F. +34 3 374 5502
E. easyfx@awardplastics.co.nz | W. www.awardplastics.co.nz