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Double Glazing

Clever AMF magnetic tape systems can make insulating or double glazing the windows in your house, apartment, office, workshop or holiday home easy and inexpensive. Our magnetic strips come in matching pairs that attract to each other by magnetic bond. This allows for the adhering of different parts to each other.

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Double Glazing

The magnetic strips or tapes have their own adhesive on the back and come in matching A and B parts that instinctively attract each other. No matter what the windows are made from, the adhesive will bond one magnetic tape to the window frame and the other magnetic tape to the perspex glazing. Cut the tapes with scissors to match the exact size of the window perimeter.

The A and B tapes with opposing magnetic poles are now facing each other and when pushed together will bond securely to hold the glazing in position. Clear acrylic glazing is common for temperature control but some situations call for dark, blackout-style glazing, sound and noise insulation or glazing to address privacy concerns.

Glazing that is attached magnetically can be temporary or permanent depending on the season or need. No nails, clips or screws are used to attach the glazing material, so when you need to access the window to open it in Summer or clean it in Spring, a gentle pull to release the glazing is all that is required. Cleaning all surfaces thoroughly to remove grime and dust before attachment with the adhesive tape will ensure the magnetic strip bonds strongly for many years to come. Glazing and insulating windows or doors in your premises is the most effective way to reduce energy costs while also keeping interior temperatures at the desired level.

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The Pull Force listed for each magnet is based on lifting 10mm thick steel from a horizontal surface. Magnets on a vertical surface (of 10mm thick steel) are generally able to hold around only 30% of the pull force listed in the product description. This is due to the effects of gravity and the lack of friction between the surface and the shiny magnet. Read More