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Measuring the site and knowing the glass size is a very important stage of the installation process.
Mark your glass size on the concrete making sure to allow a gap between the glass. Marking the holes is not as important, as the pressure plate mini posts give you some leeway. But for a great job it is advised mark your holes centres 25% in from edge of glass size. (EG: 1700 glass = 425 in from each edge to hole centres). Using this measurement, mark out ready for core drilling. Gates require special attention, as the gap between your hinge and latch sheet is very important.
Using an 82mm core bit drill all holes approx 150mm deep and remove core.
Clamp the mini post to the bottom of your glass 25% in from edge place the cover ring onto the mini post then tape it up to the glass.
Place timber blocks on the concrete to support glass, then stand glass up right with mini post in the holes, place a timber brace from the top edge of glass to the ground with a weight on the ground to support the glass. Continue this until all glass is standing.
Use a string line along the top edge of the glass to get the glass straight.
Be sure to check all the bottoms line up and your gaps between the Glass are equal, top and bottom. Fill the holes with a kwixset (not standard concrete Quickset). Allow sufficient drying time.
Remove all timber braces and blocks.
Install all hardware on to gate. Making sure the hinges are on the outside of the pool area and the latch is on the opposite side. Note: to make easier installation, back the tension off the hinges before installation.
Place timber chock under the glass gate to get your correct height. Insert all rubber packers, nut and bolts to the hinges and tighten.
Line the latch up to the one already installed on the gate and tighten grub screws.
Re-tension the spring hinges and job done.