These clips are suitable for mounting secondary glazing or window seals for mobile air conditioners. The advantage of mounting with glazing clips, is that you can just as easily fix a plastic sheet, as you can loosen it. This can be useful, for example, for cleaning the sheet, or the window behind the sheet.
Want to use glazing clips for your front windows, or window seals for your mobile air conditioning? Then check the table below. This details which conditions your window frame must meet, for you to be able to use glazing clips.
|Our recommendation: installation with glazing clips
|Frame thickness at least 3.5 cm
|Frame that can be screwed into
|No protruding handles or hinges
|Longest side of window maximum 2 metres
Toggles are a kind of flippers that you can turn in different directions. So you can use toggles to tighten or loosen your front or rear window very easily. This is useful when you need to clean your original window or your front or rear window, for example. To fix the toggles in a hardwood frame, pre-drilling is recommended.
Find the specific information of the toggles here:
The table below shows how many glazing clips you need per side. Complete your order with an acrylic window, insulation tape, anti-static cloth and anti-static cleaner.
|Side in cm
|Clips per side
|20 - 49 cm
|50 - 89 cm
|90 - 129 cm
|130 - 169 cm
|170 - 200 cm
See the video below on how to install your secondary glazing with glazing clips.
These glazing clips can be used to install internal and external secondary glazing made of acrylic and polycarbonate. It is possible to use them with clear sheets, and frosted windows. These are sometimes chosen instead of a clear variant for extra privacy. Internal or external secondary glazing often serves as thermal and/or sound insulation.
These glazing clips can be used for mounting an air conditioning window seal, internal and external secondary glazing made of acrylic and polycarbonate. It is possible to use them with clear sheets, or frosted windows. These are sometimes chosen instead of clear for extra privacy. A front and rear window often serves as thermal and/or sound insulation.