A small wood moulding applied to the perimeter of glazed openings to secure the glazing materials within the door.
A strip of wood, metal or other suitable material attached to the rebate to retain the glass.
A "SNAP-IN" EXTRUDED STOP TO HOLD INSULATED GLASS UNITS THEIR SASHES.
A plastic or timber strip applied to the sash around the perimeter of the glass on the outside face to hold the glass in place.
In glazing, a strip surrounding the edge of the glass in a window or door which holds the glass in place.
A vinyl or wood strip, applied around the perimeter of the glass on the exterior of the window sash that holds the glass in place.
A molding or stop around the inside of a frame to hold the glass in place.
Removable trim that holds glass in place.
The molding or stop that holds the glass in place.
A strip of wood, metal or other suitable material attached to the glazing surround to fix the position of glass.
A plastic or wood strip applied to the window sash around the perimeter of the glass.
A strip of vinyl which surrounds the edge of the glass holding it in place in the sash.
A strip of vinyl which surrounds the edge of the glass and holds it in place in conjunction with other sealants.
Strips of profiled wood or vinyl used to hold the glass in position in the sash. Wood glazing bead is attached to the rails and stiles of the sash using staples, small nails or vinyl barbs. A vinyl bead is held in place by extruded barbs positioned in the kerf. Aluminum caps may be used over the vinyl bead in some cases.