Florida Hurriguard Storm Panels
Economical Polycarbonate Storm Panels for the DIY'er
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|Assorted Photos and Videos of Storm Panels & Accessories|
|Panel Mounted on side of
garage. (I have never opened the garage
windows so I have decided to just leave these panels up all year.)
Distant view large window with panel mounted
Photo 1 of a nice installation in San Salvador, the Bahamas
Photo 2 of a large sheet mounted horizontally, San Salvador, the Bahamas
Photo 3 showing using aluminum "h" channels on the edges,, San Salvador, the Bahamas
Photo 4 more neatly installed panels, San Salvador, the Bahamas
Close-up of Gallina Polycarbonate Extrusion showing internal structure.
Photo of Available Anchors and Bolts
Collage of anchor installation and decorative cover screw/caps
Close-up of Sidewalk Bolt used to secure panel
Picture of battery-powered trim saw and blade I used to cut polycarbonate sheets
Engineering Drawing of our lower-case Aluminum "h" Channel
Photo of lower-case "h" Aluminum Channel.
Engineering Drawing of our upper-case Aluminum "H" Channel
Photo of Upper-case "H" Aluminum Channel
Photo of the Masonry combination drill bit used to drill the pilot and the counter-bore hole for the Elco Female flush-mount anchors in a single operation
Photo of the Wood combination Drill bit used to drill the pilot and counter-bore hole for the Elco Female PanelMate anchors in a single operation.
Photo of the Special 5/16" Hex Drive Tool used to drive the Elco Female PanelMate anchors into the substrate.
2005 Christmas photo of our dog letting us dress her as an elf
Video of Polycarbonate panel undergoing ASTM Pressure Cycling Test
Video of Polycarbonate panel undergoing ASTM Large Missile Impact Test
Video of Polycarbonate being cut with battery-powered trim saw