U.S.L survey vessels, and any enclosed cabin vessel.
Can be constructed in either mitred or radius corner formats.
- Fixed: Mitred, 50, 60, 77, 100mm radius available.
- Sliding: Mitred, 50, 60, 77, 100mm radius available.
- For sliding window applications that require thicker glazing or large format (over 1200mm in any dimension) see ‘Mk3 Sliders’.
- Hinged (Forward/Aft) Opening: 77, 100mm radius as standard, 60mm radius available on special requirement, mitred available but not recommended for heavy water sealage requirements
Construction: (Marine Grade Aluminium Sections):
- Fixed and hinged, fully welded.
- Sliding, fully welded where possible; smaller units may need to be riveted at one end.
6-10 mm safety glass, acrylic, polycarbonate.
Mk II Super Heavy Fixed: (S/H/F) Face fixing, window frame suitable for 10-8mm fixed glazing; fully concealed fixing via 3/16″ screws to vessel.
Mk II Heavy Fixed: (H/F) As above for 6mm glazing.
Mk II Slider: Face fixing, sliding window frame suitable for 6mm glazing, single or double sliding, fully concealed fixing via 3/16′ screws to vessel.
*For sliding window applications that require thicker glazing or large format units (generally over 1200mm in any dimension) see ‘Mk3 Sliders’.
Mk II Trim: Optional inner counter frame allowing a “sandwich” fit with fully concealed fixings on both inner and outer faces.
Super Heavy Mullion: A frame divider for fixed windows that allow the separation of one window into several individual panels. Suitable for 10-8mm glazing (combines with Mk II S/H/F frame).
Mullion: As above, but suitable for 6mm glazing (combines with Mk II H/F frame).
Weatherseal: A capping that is used to cover the exposed faces of the glass where the two panels overlap in a sliding window.
Angle Trim: A substitute for trim when dealing with bulkheads of 18mm or more