Project Description

SERIES 16

(Concealed Frame)

Seaglaze NEW patented window frame gives you the flush bonded glass appearance with all the benefits of the installer’s favourite clamp-in window.
This brand new frame has been designed to have improved double-glazed unit support, and include manufacturing efficiencies to allow for a more economical option over the original Seaglaze Double-Glazed Hidden Frame.
Another benefit to this window is that installation is quick and easy. The glass is printed and already bonded, so there are no adhesives to worry about and the frame is clamp in meaning no holes to drill.
The frames are only visible on the inside and are all anodised and then powder coat painted in-house to a RAL colour of your choice.

  • Quick and easy to fit

  • Lightweight and attractive finish

  • Glazing can be Toughened Glass, acrylic, polycarbonate (other options available)

  • Mitred frame only but glass can be radiused or any shape

  • Variety of Finishes available

CASE STUDY: Diverse Marine, Seacat Weatherly

Our first customers to order the brand new concealed frame windows for its £3.25m build alongside AMC, Chartwell Marine for Seacat Services. The glazing supply agreement was signed at Seawork following the launch of the product alongside orders for hatches and doors.

Only Available As

Fixed
Double-Glazed
Mitred Frames
Made to order

 Glazing Options

Double-Glazed (up to 22mm)
DATASHEET

OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

We use Seaglaze as both a supplier and a customer and have enjoyed an excellent working relationship where our join expertise has helped develop our key products.

CTruk Boats

Diverse Marine only uses the best products on our vessels. Seaglaze’s ethos matches that of Diverse Marine in that we strive to deliver superior levels of build-quality to ensure that it will do the job well, in all conditions, for many years.

Ben Colman, Diverse Marine

I am very happy with the product Seaglaze provided for me. Th customer team were very helpful when dealing with me and there was always someone there when I turned up at 7ish…

Nick Billingsley