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70mm Profile Frame Protector, 80x25mm

77mm long x 72mm / screw fix style
 Black F-08070-070025-001-191 Dispatches in approx 2-4 weeks* More Info MOQ: 5,000  
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A diverse range of plastic window frame protectors for PVC windows & doors to fit 60 mm and 70 mm window profiles. The frame corner protector is used by window fabricators to prevent corner damage of the frame during handling and transit from the fabricator to the installation site. These protectors reduce such damage to a point where, due to the reduction in rework and customer complaints – overall the use of protectors pays for itself.

A range of universal profile versions are available and are installed using a screw fixing, typically through the center of the frame corner protector. Versions are available for 60 mm and 70 mm profiles, manufactured from PolyPropylene. In addition, we have a range of clip in systems which are typically profile specific. The benefits of these designs over their general product benefits are that;

No need for a screw fix in the frame. This removes a water ingress route into the frame once the frame corner protector is removed during installation on site. Installation and removal of the clip in frame corner protector is much faster. The clip in frame corner protector can typically be installed in half the time.

No use of hand drills thus reducing the risks and monitoring of hand arm vibration during installation and removal. The clip in versions can be reused, if they are returned from site.

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