Dear, how are the doors and windows sealed? Are you worried about it leaking? Don't worry. Let's teach you some tips on how to do waterproof work for doors and windows by liefan!
1、 Aluminum alloy frame and glass must be filled with sealant, do not use adhesive tape.
2、 A boss is designed at the bottom of the window, and its face is located behind the glass surface, so as to avoid the water flowing into the room along the windowsill.
3、 The glue joint between the sill plate and the window at the bottom of the window is designed to be inclined outward, and there must be a certain slope design.
4、 If it is a single glass design, it should be noted that the bottom of the window should be designed with a condensate diversion hole at the quarter of the glass.
5、 General aluminum doors and windows are concave structure, so in the top of the window must do dripping eagle mouth design, in order to prevent the capillary phenomenon of rain water.
6、 Waterproof coating (i.e. asphalt) should be applied around the door and window, which is about 300 mm from the window edge. Before this, the ash on the position to be coated should be cleaned, and then the lead water oil should be applied.
7、 The surrounding of the window should be sealed with concrete added with waterproof agent. Remember to add waterproof agent, because the interior of concrete after adding waterproof agent becomes dense and impermeable.
8、 Waterproof sealant shall be applied at the joint of window frame and other materials.
9、 In order to prevent rainwater from flowing into the room through the gap upward from the opening, the flashing board should be added at the top of all opening windows.
10、 During the construction, do a good job in the interface treatment around the window, and then according to the actual project implementation experience, as long as the above ten points are strictly paid attention to, the water leakage problem of your aluminum doors and windows will no longer be a problem. In addition, pay more attention to the sixth, seventh and eighth points on both sides of the window.