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Sizes:Please see diagram above. It is important to use the correct choice of weathersealed/non-weathersealed latch design depending on your window. Weathersealed means you have a weather seal between the opener and the frame to keep out draughts.
Tools Required: Flat ended screwdriver, 2mm drill and a pencil for marking the position of the window latch.
Materials: Made from solid brass.
Installation: Installation is simple. Please refer to the diagram for the sizes of the locking brass window latch to ensure the latch and catch arrangement can fit onto the window. When installing assemble the window latch and catch together in the corner of the window to ensure the assembly is positioned correctly and then start to mark the position of the latch for fixing. When the window latch is attached to the window then offer the catch to the correct position with the latch and mark those holes out for fixing allowing a suitable distance for weatherseal compression, if that is the chosen window latch. The slightly larger than normal design means old holes can be covered over and new positions drilled/self-tapped. As brass slotted screws are provided please ensure that a pilot hole of around 2mm is drilled prior to fixing to ensure the screws don’t bind and snap (in hardwoods especially). If the screws start to tighten ease off the screw and re-drill slightly bigger pilot holes.
Please note last dispatch for the day (Mon-Fri) is 2pm during the normal working week, so your order forwards on to the next day for dispatch if your order is placed after this time. Orders placed after 2pm on Friday are dispatched on the Monday.
Channel Islands: VAT is removed on the final steps through the basket and is not charged to CI postcodes.