EZ Glaze™ *NEW*

Glass - like Profiled Polycarbonate Panel

  • How to install SUNTUF EZ Glaze

  • How to Fasten Corrugated Roofing Panels

  • How to Cut Corrugated Roofing Panels

1

Rafter spacing
  • EZ Glaze is designed for 50mm rafters.
  • Distance between rafters must be 600 mm (center to center).
  • Make sure the rafters are perfectly perpendicular to the beams/wall.
  • EZ Glaze requires rafters support only, no purlins are required.

2

Minimum Roof Slope

To ensure proper water runoff, slope should be at least 5% (50mm rise over 1m length)

3

Foamed tape application

Applying foamed tape on each rafter will reduce friction due to thermal expansion.

4

Placing the 1st EZ Glaze panel

Place the first EZ Glaze panel on the rafters, leaving 50-150mm overhang.

Pre-drill 10 mm holes along the outer corrugation, every 500mm.

1st and last drills should be located 30mm-50mm from the rafter’s top and bottom edges.

5

Fixing the 1st EZ Glaze panel

Fix the first EZ Glaze panel’s outer corrugation, using specified screws and

washers through the pre-drilled holes. Start at the bottom edge and work your way up.

6

Placing the 2nd EZ Glaze panel

Place the second panel, lateral overlapping the first one.

Pre-Drill both panels together on the lateral overlap, every 500mm.

7

Fixing the 2nd EZ Glaze panel

Fix both panels overlap, using specified screws and washers through the pre-drilled holes. Start at the bottom edge and work your way up.

8

Completing the installation

Repeat stage 6 & 7 with the remaining panels.

9

Butyl Tape (Not included in EZ Glaze Kit)

10

Installing Head Wall Flashing (Not included in EZ Glaze Kit)

11

Silicone

12

Tools Required to install EZ Glaze
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