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CRL Aluminum Neoprene Setting Block for Glass

Item #: UCSB4
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Minimum Order Quantity : 1
Unit of Measure : each

Shipping Weight : 1.6 Ounces
Shipping Limitations : None
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CRL Aluminum Neoprene Setting Block for Glass
CRL Aluminum Neoprene Setting Block for Glass
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Los Angeles, California 27145
Dallas, Texas 350
Chicago (Elgin), Illinois 7/30/2024
San Francisco/Oakland (Union City), California 164
Atlanta, Georgia 7/30/2024
New York Area (Secaucus, New Jersey) 4713
Boston (Taunton), Massachusetts 64
Orlando, Florida 605
Denver, Colorado 397
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Cleveland (Solon), Ohio 496
Philadelphia Area (Moorestown, New Jersey) 172
Phoenix, Arizona 126
Las Vegas, Nevada 261
Houston, Texas 192
Miami, Florida 443
San Diego, California 214
Carolinas and Virginia, South Carolina 273
Product details
  • Height
    7/8 in. (22 mm)
  • Length
    4 in. (102 mm)
  • Width
    5/8 in. (16 mm)
Product Overview
  • Protects Glass Edge While Providing Rigid Glass Support in Sidelite Rails and U-Channel
  • Provides Proper Height for Recommended Glass Coverage
  • Use Monolithic Tempered Glass

CRL Aluminum Setting Blocks with Neoprene are used to provide a rigid glass support for the bottom of our Sidelite Rails and our U-Channel with Roll-In Top Load Gasket. They are the proper height to provide 9/16" (14.3 mm) glass coverage in both the Top and Bottom Channels when glazed with the "lift and drop" method.

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