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303APK mill finish aluminum perimeter gasketing. The 303 is represented of the profile of the item with the extrusion you see here, the aluminum one. The A means it is in the mill aluminum finish and the PK stand for Pemko Prene which is a proprietary material which is quite durable and excellent in its characteristics in the longevity and exposure to extreme temperatures and UV. What I like about this model by Pemko that is features the Pemko Prene seal that wraps up to the backside of the face of the extrusion so that when you attach this to the frame or wherever you are attaching it to, any water that gets behind here is kind of retarded in getting thrown. Weather stripping has a small tendency to belly ever so slightly and getting some weather stripping behind the seal and the extrusion is really great in helping keep water out, bottom line. This happens to be a 30″ piece, something you use on a header or a window. Available in different finishes of course such as dark bronze, painted gold, and white. Weather stripping like this will see very commonly installed at the face of the stop on a frame. It can be applied to the face of a door and can be used anywhere you need a weather seal. Very nice quality item that you will see in those instances. There is an image below this video which shows everything important dimensionally and let’s go over that now. Pemko has this at 7/8″ overall height of the extrusion and another 1/4″ worth of seal material. This gives you an 1-1/8″ overall. The projection is a bit less and is 1/4″. Available in several different lengths, so if you have a need for a custom length by all means let us know by ordering the next longest piece or pieces and indicating in the comment field what length you would like for us to cut the material back to. I am trying to get the screws loose, sorry. Screws are included in the complimentary finish and typically a 6-3/4″ although these look much bigger. If you need a custom length, by all means order the next longest piece or pieces and indicate in the comment field what length you would like us to cut the material back to. The reasoning is if you took this 30″ piece and cut it down to say 24″, you eliminate that slotted hole there and the next one is all the way over here. So you would be stuck drilling a slotted hole and its really nice to have that slotted hole because as you are installing the item it gives you that important amount of latitude adjustment to make a proper seal on the face of the door. No too tight against the door and not too far away and having it being ineffective that way. The door may not be properly plum, the framing may not be plum, it might not be level. The hole helps compensate for an improperly drilled hole. So if you order a custom piece we will not only locate the distance needed from the edge but the proper center to center as well. Pemko is a full line manufacturer of all things weather stripping related. Not only the real typical items like perimeter gasketing but of course thresholds and door bottoms and items made with aluminum base like this, stainless steel, architectural bronze and a full line of residential weather stripping as well. Any questions on the Pemko 303APK perimeter mill finish Pemko Prene gasketing or any Pemko product please feel free to reach out to us. Thank you
The posts are set and the bands are in place, now it is time to install the fabric and gate for your chain link fence. First, you will install the fabric. Start by inserting the tension bar through the end loops on the fabric and the tension bands on the terminal post. Then unroll the chain link fencing fabric on the ground. Stand up against the fence, taking out any excess slack. Attach a few wire ties to hold the fabric in place.
Now, remove the excess fabric at the end of the fencing line by opening up the loops at the top and the bottom Then twist the strand out. Follow up by taking a tension bar and inserting it 3 feet into the fabric. Add a temporary tension band on the terminal post and hook the stretcher bar to the temporary tension bar. Attach the come-along to the stretcher and to the temporary tension band on the post. Slowly and evenly tighten the fabric. There should just be enough tension so you cannot squeeze the fabric with your fingers.
Once the fabric is tight along the run, pull the rest of it tight against the terminal end post. Insert a tension bar through the fabric and tension bands on the terminal post. Secure with bolts. Carefully loosen and remove stretching tools.
Secure fabric to the top rail and the line posts with wire ties and to the tension wire with clips. Continue installing fence fabric between terminal posts until the entire fence, except the gate, is completed.
Now you are ready to attach the chain link gate. Start by installing the post side of the hinges. Attach with bolt and socket wrench. Make sure the top pin faces down and the bottom pin faces up. Then loosely attach the frame hinges to the gate. Use blocks to hold the gate to height and position. Adjust the bottom frame hinge to attach to the the bottom frame pin. Then do the same to the top hinge.
Finally, it is time for the latch. Attach with bolts at a comfortable height and adjust the hinges accordingly. For regular maintenance, oil the gate hardware once a year and clean fencing fabric with a hose as necessary. For more helpful how-to videos like this one, visit https://www.Lowes.com/Videos.
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