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Posi-Grip Instant Access - Independent test results:

Wind Load Positive Pressure - FP* = 15.00kPa
(equates to wind speed of 350mph)
Wind Load Negative Pressure - FP* = 1.48kPa
(equates to wind speed of 107mph)

The above results show Posi-Grip Instant Access performance levels comfortably exceeding any internal air pressures that are likely to be encountered in buildings.

FP* = Failure Pressure

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Panel Fix - Independent test results:

GA WP1 - FP* = 20.5KN.m
GA WP2 - FP* = 9.8KN.m

These load results clearly demonstrate the strength of the GA Panel Fix system. The type of fixings used (screws/bolts) and load bearing qualities of the substrate will also effect & determine load performance.

FP* = Failure pressure

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BC3 Single Folded Trays with GA Panel-Fix

BC3 Single Folded Trays with GA Panel-Fix

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Enquiry checklist
Please provide the following information:

  • Product ref: BC3
  • Panel sizes: Max 2450mm x 1200mm (18mm i/s return unless otherwise specified)
  • GA sheet code or special pattern details
  • Plain border margin dimensions (if Patterned sheet)
  • Number of panels
  • Surface finish: Anodised, satin brushed, powder coated, mill
  • Number of GA WP1 horizontal fixing pairs (minimum 2)

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Bar/Counter Cladding Fixing Instructions

Please use the links below for fixing instructions on any of our Bar/Counter Cladding products.

Ver T Fix - Independent test results:

Wind Load Positive Pressure - FP* = 3.23kPa
(equates to wind speed of 162mph)
Wind Load Negative Pressure - FP* = 0.65kPa
(equates to wind speed of 72mph)

The above results show Ver T Fix performance levels comfortably exceeding any internal air pressures that are likely to be encountered in buildings.

FP* = Failure Pressure

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