SURGE’s PVC F Sections Key Features:
F Section PVC
PVC extruded trim in the shape of an F.
What are PVC F Sections used for?
PVC F Sections are used to clock off the end of polycarbonate sheeting and also edges of Rafter Supported Glazing Bars.
What is the best thing about PVC F Sections?
PVC F Sections are economical, comes in White and Brown and are easy to install.
Why should you use STORM’s PVC F Sections?
PVC F Sections add a unique feature to click into Rafter Supported Glazing Bars. STORM also hold extensive stocks of these.
Who are the types on consumers that would use a PVC F Section?
Glazing Installers, Building Contractors and DIY would all use PVC F Sections.
Where are PVC F Sections most commonly used?
PVC F Sections are most commonly used on lean to roofs installed on top of timber.
When should a PVC F Section be considered and installed?
PVC F Sections should be used when installing polycarbonate glazing on timber structures.
What are the advantages of PVC F Sections?
PVC F Sections are economical, easy to cut on site and easy to install.
What are the disadvantages of PVC F Sections?
The main disadvantage of a PVC F Section is the lack of strength within the trim.
What Polycarbonate can you use PVC F Sections with?
SURGE’s PVC F Sections are ideal for:
- Closing off a Rafter Supported Glazing Bar or the edge or front of Polycarbonate Sheeting.