What is a frame Packer?
These packers are designed for use during the installation of the window frame into the window reveal. Their function is to prevent the deflection of the frame during the installation, increase security around the fixing point and support the frame so it can be installed plumb (vertical).
What are horseshoe Packers used for?
Plastic Horse Shoe Packers can be used across a variety of packing and leveling for window frames, cabinetry, timber decking, concrete, construction and more.
What are Levelling shims?
What are levelling shims? Levelling shims are included to help to get your shed level during installation. Asgard sheds are precision made items, designed and built to tight tolerances – a tight tolerance ensures that our sheds are tough, weatherproof and secure.
What are bridging Packers?
Bridge Packers are profile related and designed to give the installer a flat surface to pack away from, thus speeding up glazing time! All have a positive ‘clip fit’ and will stay in position during transport.
What are packing shims?
Plastic Packing Shims are also known as Construction Packers, Building Packers, or Panel Packers. Novaplas structural plastic packers are used to level precast or tilt up panels prior to grouting. They are also used to level doors, large windows and glazing, machinery and portable buildings.
What is a timber packer?
Timber Packers are secured underneath H posts to provide stability for a glazed module, ensuring that the glazed aperture has maximum support. Timber packers should be used at the base to facilitate skirting fixing.
What are plastic shims?
A shim is a thin wedge made of wood or plastic, traditionally used for incrementally positioning and adjusting building elements before securing them in place. The most common construction use of shims is to wedge window or door units in place within their framing during installation.
What are shims used for?
Plain and simple, a shim is a tapered wedge used for making slight adjustments to home elements, such as door frames and windows, to make them plumb and level. The most common shims are wood (often cut from cedar or pine) and serve well for almost any interior adjustment.
What does a shim look like?
A shim is a thin and often tapered or wedged piece of material, used to fill small gaps or spaces between objects. Shims are typically used in order to support, adjust for better fit, or provide a level surface. Shims may also be used as spacers to fill gaps between parts subject to wear.