Clip in Storm Windows
One Lite (AOL) series is designed for window openings where
a permanently-installed master frame, - with one or more removable
glass panel inserts is appropriate. “Invisible
clips” (flush), or standard swivel clips are used on the perimeter
of panel(s), to secure the panel(s) in the master frame.
Available in a wide variety of glazing materials up to 3/16”,
- as well as a full range of window film. Custom colors,
custom shapes, screens,
and glazing muntins are typical options. Mounting stops
can be provided to adapt to field conditions.
Primary Uses: The (AOL) series can be adapted to
very large openings, or openings with complex shapes or
structures, where interior ventilation is not a concern.
Can be used with every style
of existing window.
Allied One Lite – (1) and (2) Panel with
standard clips (AOL-A, AOL-C)
The (AOL-A) has a single removable panel in a master
The (AOL-C) has two 2 removable panels in a single
NOTE: For larger or complex openings, any number of
can be incorporated into a single master frame by subdividing
the master frame with frame muntins.
A-7 Product Details
Allied One Lite - (1) and (2) Panel with Invisible Clips
A-8 Product Details
Allied One Lite - Lift Out Feature (AOL-C-BLO)
A “bottom lift out” is available for added convenience
in removal for ventilation. Receptor tracks are provided
at the head and sill with retaining clips only on the jambs.
Allied One Lite - Multiple Units
Coverage of a very large or complex opening can be
accomplished by the
mulling of two or more (AOL) units. These H-mullions
stability and installation flexibility.
Allied One Lite - Invisible Clip Detail
Flush “Invisible Clips” are designed with the swivel clip
on the back side of the frame. The front side of the
frame has a flush Philips head keyway which is finished
to match the frame color. The
clips are operated with a standard Philips head screwdriver.
Allied One Lite - Corner Detail
The corners of the (AOL) units (as well as all other
Allied Products) are joined by a solid aluminum corner
key that is mechanically staked in place. The detail
also shows a comparison between the Invisible
Clip and the standard clip.