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Keep your children protected

The MAX6MUM Safety Window restrictor is a modern looking device designed for safe ventilation and preventing accidents caused by falling windows and doors. According to the Royal Society for Accident Prevention, more than 4,000 children under the age of 15 falls through the window every year.

The MAX6MUM window flange safety limits how far a window or door can open.

The flange can be used on all types of windows and doors including uPVC, aluminum, wooden and metal profiles.

A key is also provided so that the flange can be locked as needed and also for the window can be fully opened when necessary. This means that the flange can be used on emergency windows providing that the key is held close to the window.

This is a must are essential for all single-family homes, offices, schools and crèches.

Features and Benefits:

  • Suitable for all door and window openings
  • Can withstand forces up to 100 kg (980N)
  • Suitable for uPVC, aluminum, wood and metal profiles
  • Easy to assemble and operated keys
  • Complete installation instructions provided

From the instant a child begins to crawl the explorer inside is delivered to lifestyles equipped for the many adventures ahead. At an early age, these adventures will often involve pleasant their curiosities of all of the exciting things around them and discover how to do matters and the way various things paintings. As safety isn’t continually on the thoughts of a fearless adventurer, it can be very clean for a kid to get right into a dangerous or maybe an existence threatening scenario. You do all you could to baby-proof your home. However, there regularly lies a forgotten hazard – an easily opened or ajar window. A small but compelling and extraordinarily affordable solution is the MAX6 window restrictor.

The window restrictor limits the opening of a window to no more than 100mm – sufficient to enable air to circulate at some stage in your private home, but now not enough in your child to in shape through. The opening width can be reduced if vital in the during installation via positioning the solving factors also apart from each different. This lockable window restrictor can be fitted to any profile and style of window, and even doors – inclusive of aluminum, wooden, steel and uPVC profiles. It’s far extremely smooth to put on yourself, and springs with all of the elements vital to do so, together with self-drilling screws.

Any other vital product is the MAX6 Window Lock (Sash Jammer or Sash Window Restrictor). It’s far essential to keep in mind that your property can effortlessly be a target of a burglar and take even the smallest steps to creating their entry into your house greater hard can gradual them down sufficient to give up. A completely common burglary method with uPVC home windows is to lever the door or sash leaf of the window, which creates a gap and permits access to locks etc.

The MAX6 Window Lock is placed to prevent the levering of the door or sash leaf of the window, thus blocking the movement and therefore entry from the outside. With a simple turn of the window lock arm, you are protected!

Max6 Lockable Window Restrictor


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1. You will first have to decide where for your window you want to position the restrictor. We suggest that you fit the window restrictor within the middle of the longest facet contrary the hinges.

2. Take the locking system (C) and remove the plastic cap. To remove the cap, hold both sides of the plastic cap, and press down on where the key goes in (C1). This will make the locking system pop out.

3. Place the locking system on the window frame (1A) (it does not matter if the key hole is at the top or bottom). Mark the 2 screw holes on the window frame using a pencil.

4. The use of a drill or screwdriver, screw two self-drilling screws (A) into the locking gadget to comfortable it to the window.

5. Take the steel cable (B) and area the knuckle end (shaped like a T) into the locking system already constant to the window. Place the opposite end on the constant window panel (2B) (making sure that the cable isn’t always tight and has period for the window to open round 10cm – see diagrams 1 and 2), and pull the plastic cap away from the quit of the cable (a piece of plastic preventing the cap from locking will fall out, throw this in the bin).

6.Mark the two screw holes at the end of the cable the usage of a pencil.
7. By using aa drill or screwdriver, screw two self-drilling screws (A) into the end of the cable to secure it to the panel.

8. Once each component is secure to the window, test to make sure the cable fits into the locking system. Take the key (D), place it into the locking system and make sure it locks and releases the cable.

9. Lock the cable into the locking system and open the window. It ought to allow the window to open approximately 10cm.

10. If the entirety works efficiently, remove the cable from the locking system and attach the plastic cap by pressing it securely onto the locking system. At the end of the cable, attach the plastic cap.



sash jammer instructions1. First you will need to see in case your window opens inwards or outwards. If the window opens inwards, the sash jammer (a) is to be fitted for the fixed window frame. If the window restrictor opens outwards, it’s to be fitted to the window at the identical panel as the window handle.

2. You’ll need to determine how high on the window you want the sash jammer. We recommend that you have it around half way up the panel.

3. Take the sash jammer and region it on the window (both at the constant panel, or the frame itself (see step 1). Mark the two screw holes on the window body by using a pencil.

4. A removable cap has been furnished on the end of the sash jammer. Turn the securing arm of the sash jammer 90 degrees, so it’s far in a locking role on the window. If the end of the sash jammer is a tight fit against the window frame, then you will need to get rid of the cap by pulling it off. if there’s a small gap, then depart the cap at the end.

5. Remove the sash jammer from the window, and the use of a drill, make pilot holes where you have marked on the window.

6. Place the sash jammer back onto the window panel, and the use of a drill and 3mm drill bit, screw 2 x self-drilling screws (b) into the sash jammer to secure it.

7. Take 2 of the caps (c) and press them down over the 2 holes at the sash jammer.

8. Take a look at to make sure the sash jammer operates effectively. To try this, flip the securing arm of the sash jammer ninety degrees (left or proper relying which aspect of the window the cope with is on), so it is in a locking position on the window. Then attempt to open your window. If you can’t open your window, the sash jammer is working efficiently.

9. Repeat steps 1-7 with the other sash jammer.

How to Use

To use the sash jammer, absolutely turn the securing arm ninety degrees (both left or proper depending which side the handles are on). This will lock the window, preventing it from establishing. In case you need to open your window, turn the securing arm 90 ranges and this may assist you to open the window. We propose you hold the sash jammer locked at all times whilst no person is present inside the room, to save you anybody being capable of lever the sash or door leaf and advantage unauthorised entry..