Mostiglass® sash frame

Mostiglass® sash frame

Designed to be suitable for windows, this product is made up of a frame and two rigid Mostiglass® glazing.
The first glazing is fixed at the upper part of the product. The second is sliding on the lower part of the product superimposed on the upper part in open position.
The set covers the dimensions of the window.

The frame is installed into the exterior window transom using clips attached to the masonry.
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The Mostiglass® sash frame
and its advantages

Optimizing your space

This product is designed to optimize the use of available space. It is particularly recommended in environments where space is limited.

System waterproofing

The Mostiglass® sash frame uses small magnets which are discreetly integrated to ensure the watertightness of the system.

Basic colors available

3 basic colors are available for the frame: white (RAL9010), anthracite grey (RAL7016) and light grey (RAL9006).

They cover most aesthetic needs.

More than 150 colors (RAL) optional

Our frames offer a wide range of optional colors, with over 150 shades available according to the RAL color chart.

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Additional information

The Mostiglass® sash frame offers many advantages
for a good fit, we recommend that you take note of the following information.

Using a drill

Installation of this product presents no particular difficulties. The use of a drill is recommended for the fixing points on the wall.

Weather situation

In strong winds or unusual weather conditions, the sliding part (lower part of the product) may slightly open.

Do you have a need and want to know which product is most suitable?

Access our Mostiglass® product guide

Installation of the Mostiglass® sash frame

Schéma cadre guillotine
1

Frame positioning

Position the frame in the desired location to check its positioning.
Using a pencil, mark the precise location of the fixing angles in correspondence with the frame.
Match the threaded inserts in the frame with the pre-drilled holes in the angle brackets.

2

Fixing the angles

After removing the frame, proceed to fix the angles at the level of the marks made.
The widest part of the angles is placed against the wall, the narrowest part will be in contact with the frame.
Attention: this step requires the use of a drill and hardware suitable for the material for fixing to the wall.

3

Frame installation

Once the angles are fixed, put the frame back in position.
The knobs help hold the frame on the support.

4

Brush seals and seals

For good sealing, brush seals are provided and can be installed in the gaps to be filled around the frame.
To ensure good adhesion to their installation, clean with alcohol the part of the frame where the brush seals will be glued.

Brush seals

Brush seals are supplied with this product and are to be used to plug the gaps (if necessary) between the Mostiglass® product and the joinery and thus ensure the sealing of the system for optimal functioning of Mostiglass® technology.

In the case of final installation of the product the brush seals can be replaced by silicone seals.

Frequently asked questions
about the Mostiglass® sash