Screen Hardware

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Die Cast Wing Clips
secure screens or storm panels to wood or metal frames. They are simple to mount, and turn for easy removal of panels. Made of Zamac alloy metal that will not rust or corrode.


 

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Plastic Wing Clips
will not rust and are corrosion resistant. The clips are attached to the window frame with a Pan Head Phillips Sheet Metal Screw for wood, or a Pan Head Phillips Machine Screw for metal frames. These Clips will accommodate both screens and storm window panels.


 

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Aluminum Casement Clips
are designed to hold screens and storm panels in casement windows. These mill finish Aluminum Clips are rust and corrosion resistant. Using Pan Head Phillips Sheet Metal Screws for wood, or Pan Head Phillips Machine Screws for metal frames, the Clips are first secured to the window frame, and then turned to secure the screen or storm panel.


 

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Ludwig Snap Fasteners
Made of hardened spring steel plated to resist rust and corrosion, these fasteners use spring tension to hold screens or storm windows firmly in place. They stop window rattling because they hold tight, and help save energy by keeping storm windows held snugly in place, reducing heat loss. Two types are available – regular Ludwig Fasteners are made to hold wood framed screens and storm windows; deep fit fasteners are designed to compensate for the difference in the thickness of wood window frames and thin aluminum screen or storm window frames. Use them on the side and top of windows, as a window safety lock, or for combination doors – and many other applications.


 

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Self-Tapping Machine Screws
are used to mount Clips to steel casement windows. They have special cross-cuts which allow them to tap their own threads in metal. They attach thin materials to substrates with pre-drilled holes, as with storm and screen window clips being attached to aluminum window frames.

  • Special Cross-Cuts for Self-Tapping
  • Bright Zinc Plated

 

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Sheet Metal Screws are bright zinc plated and feature a super sharp point

  • Super Sharp Point
  • Bright Zinc Plated

 

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Offset Screen and Storm window Clip
Offset Clips have a 1/4″ (6.4 mm) offset which allows the clip to accommodate larger frames. Using a number Eight Phillips Pan Head Sheet Metal Screw for wood, or a number 10-24 Phillips Pan Head Machine Screw for metal frames, the clips are secured to the window frame then turned to secure the screen frame or to allow for easy screen removal. Clips are corrosion resistant and are excellent for attaching storm panels or screens.


 

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Adjustable Screen and Storm Panel Clamps
Storm Window Clamps are a handy exterior clamp that speeds up your storm window or screen installation time. The screw-type clamp allows for up to a 3/4″ (19.1 mm) adjustment. Using a slotted screwdriver, screw the clamp to the window jamb, place your sash or screen into position, swing the clamp over the frame and snug down the plastic screw. These clamps are also available in a bulk package containing 200 clamps and screws. Four clamps and screws per package.


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Screen Stretcher Clip
Aluminum Stretcher Clips are made to hold tension in screen frames covering a large opening. They are rust and corrosion resistant. The clip slips over the screen frame and then, Using a Size Eight Pan Head Phillips Sheet Metal Screw for wood, or a Size 10-24 Pan Head Phillips Machine Screw, it attaches to the exterior wood or metal window frame.


 

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Slip-on Bail Latches
are used to hold bottom of screens snug into the window frames. The ball head screw is inserted in the inner side of sill. The bail latch is slipped onto the bottom of the screen frame, and then the bail loop is slipped over the screw to retain the screen. For small jobs or retail sales carded packages containing a single latch and screw are available.


 

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Jiffy Hangers with Nails
Used to support upper part of screen frame, the Jiffy Hanger swivels out from the window frame to permit easy installation or removal of screen. It is easily installed with a WST910 nail set. One pair of hangers is needed for each screen. For small jobs carded packages containing 6 hangers and nails are available.


 

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Spine Bail Latch
is hooked on the screen retainer spline channel of the screen frame to hold the bottom of the screen in the window frame. Insert the ball head screw on the inner side of the sill and slip the latch hook over the screw.


 

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Window Screen Hardware Kit
contains everything you need for an aluminum window screen installation. Four sets of jiffy hangers and bail latches are packaged to make them easy-to-use for a small job or for retail sales.


 

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Lift Clip
is stamped aluminum, and will resist rust and corrosion. It installs in the spline pocket of the screen frame along with the retainer spline, and is used to lift screens out of window channel.


 

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Lift Clip and Retainer
holds the screen frame in aluminum channel, as well as acting as a lift clip. The clip is attached to the screen frame using a Rivet (not included).


 

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Plastic Pull Tabs
are used to lift a screen out of a window channel. They install in the spline pocket of the screen frame, and have a ridge on the top for a better grip.


 

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Top Hanger
is used to surface-mount wood framed screens. Simply attach the hook portion to window casing; attach hanger portion to screen frame. Lift the screen, with the latch attached onto the hook portion and swing the screen into place. The hanger is available only in mill finish.


 

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Window Sash Hangers
are used to surface-mount wood framed screens and storm windows. Simply attach the hook part to the wood window frame and attach the hanger part to the screen or storm window frame. This sash hanger set allows for easy hanging and removal of screen frames and storm windows. Comes with mounting screws.


 

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Spring Latch
is a simple device for holding screens into the window sill. Simply drill a 1/8″ (3.2 mm) hole into the bottom of the screen frame and twist the spring into the opening. Drive the nail into the sill and slip the spring loop over the top of the nail and the screen will fit tightly against the sill.


 

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Screen Hooks
are used as a bottom latch on traditional wood frame window screens. It can be used with a top hanger to complete the installation. Two hooks and eyes per package.


 

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Sliding Window Screen Clips
are black plastic frame clips used to hold the screen frames into window frames. Clip fits on sliding window frames made by H & D Industries. For small jobs or retail sales, they are available in a package containing two pairs of clips.


 

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Aluminum Slide Locks
are used to hold 3/4″ (19 mm) window screen frames in aluminum windows. To install you can use a Notching Jig and Tool to notch the frame.


 

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Rivet-On Swivel Latches
hold screen frame into window frame with a smooth swivel action. It is recommended to use a Rivet to attach the Swivel Latch to the screen frame.


 

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Rivet-On Aluminum Knife Latches
hold screen frame into window frame. The screen frame is first notched with a WST901 notching tool and then the latch is attached to the frame using a rivet.


 

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Snap-On Knife Latches
hold screen frame into window frame. The screen frame is first notched with a Notching Tool, and then the Knife Latch is attached by simply sliding the latch on to the frame. A dimple on the Knife Latch holds it securely to the frame.


 

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Inside Blade Knife Latches
hold screen frames into window frames. The screen and window frame are first notched with a WST901 Notching Tool, and then the Knife Latch is inserted into the screen frame.


 

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Screen Frame Lock Pin
is available in three different sizes to fit 5/8″, 3/4″ or 1″ (16, 19 or 25 mm) wide screen frames. All you need to do is drill a single straight hole through the screen frame and into the window frame to accept the Lock Pin.


 

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Flat Tension Springs
help hold screens tightly in the window channel. To install you can drill two 3/16″ (4.8 mm) diameter holes 3-1/8″ (79.4 mm) center-to-center or simply use a Screen Frame Punch. The Notching Jig and Tool can also be used to install the spring into the base of either 5/16″ or 3/8″ (7.9 or 9.5 mm) screen frame.


 

 

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Wire Tension Springs
provide necessary tension to keep screens held in metal window frames. To install simply make a notch in the screen using a Notching Tool and insert the Spring.


 

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Coil Springs
add tension to secure window screens into the window frame channel. To install the spring into the base of the screen frame, drill a 1/8″ (3.2 mm) hole, twist in the spring and slide the screen into the window channel.


 

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Knife Latches
are designed to hold screen frames into Andersen Windows. The screen and window frame are first notched with a Notching Tool, and then the Knife Latch is inserted into the screen frame. Each pack contains one right hand and left hand latch.


 

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Sliding Window Screen Clips
are black plastic frame clips used to hold 3/8″ screen frames into Nordic aluminum window frames. They are used by Nordic windows.


 

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Plastic “Loop” Pull Tabs
are used to easily lift window screens from the window frame. They install into the spline channel like traditional lift tabs.


 

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“Rams Horn” Tension Springs
are notched into the frame to secure in them in the window channel.


 

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Die Cast threaded Screen Retainer
locks Screens into Hopper Windows.


 

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Solar Screen Hanger Brackets
are packed in pairs. The deep bracket secures the screen at the top, and the shallow bracket is used to hold the screen at the bottom. Packaged two pair per poly bag with #6 Phillips pan head sheet metal screws for mounting.


 

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Wood Screen Frame Bolts
are spring-loaded steel bolts for use on stationary or hinged wood screen frames

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