RP4 Installation Instructions

A storm proof door bottom seal that is used in situations where maximum weather protection is required. The multi-blade seal defies rain infiltration.

The RP4 Storm Proof Door Bottom Seal is suitable for all types of doors including double doors.

  1. With the door closed, mark a line on the door bottom parallel to and 25mm up from the sill. Refer to Fig. 1.
    Step 1 Figure 1
  2. Remove the door and saw along the mark line. Paint the door bottom to prevent moisture penetration and re-hang the door. Refer to Fig. 1.
    Step 2 Figure 1
  3. Cut the tread plate to the full width between the door jambs. Refer to Fig. A.
    Step 3 Figure A
  4. Position the tread plate on the door sill so that the groove at the high point of the tread plate is directly below the back of the door. Refer to Fig. 2. Using a sealant compound between the tread plate and door jambs ensures a better seal. 
    Step 4 Figure 2
  5. Cut the sealing section to the full width between door jambs less 2mm for clearance on the latch side. Refer to Fig. A.
    Step 5 Figure A
  6. With the door closed, screw fix the sealing section to the back of the door hard against the jamn on the hinge side. Fit the cover strip. Refer to Fig. 3.
    Step 6 Figure 3
  1. With the door closed, mark a line on the door bottom parallel to and 25mm up from the sill. Refer to Fig. 1.
    Step 1 Figure 1
  2. Remove the door and saw along the mark line. Paint the door bottom to prevent moisture penetration and re-hang the door. Refer to Fig. 1.
    Step 2 Figure 1
  3. Cut the tread plate to the full width between the door jambs. Refer to Fig. A.
    Step 3 Figure A
  4. Position the tread plate on the door sill so that the groove at the high point of the tread plate is directly below the back of the door. Refer to Fig. 2. Using a sealant compound between the tread plate and door jambs ensures a better seal. 
    Step 4 Figure 2
  5. Cut the sealing section to the full width between door jambs less 2mm for clearance on the latch side. Refer to Fig. A.
    Step 5 Figure A
  6. Check out small portion each end of fixing leg sealing section to avoid fouling at door stops. 
  7. With the door closed, screw fix the sealing section to the back of the door hard against the jamn on the hinge side. Fit the cover strip. Refer to Fig. 3.
  1. With the door closed, mark a line on the door bottom parallel to and 25mm up from the sill. Refer to Fig. 1.
  2. Remove the door and saw along the mark line. Paint the door bottom to prevent moisture penetration and re-hang the door. Refer to Fig. 1.
  3. Cut the tread plate to the full width between the door jambs. Refer to Fig. A.
  4. Position the tread plate on the door sill so that the groove at the high point of the tread plate is directly below the back of the door. Refer to Fig. 2. Using a sealant compound between the tread plate and door jambs ensures a better seal. 
  5. Cut sealing section to the full width between jambs then cut at meeting stiles. 

NOTE: For rebated meeting styles, angle cut. Refer to Fig. 4.

  1. With the door closed, mark a line on the door bottom parallel to and 25mm up from the sill. Refer to Fig. 1.
    Step 1 Figure 1
  2. Remove the door and saw along the mark line. Paint the door bottom to prevent moisture penetration and re-hang the door. Refer to Fig. 1.
    Step 2 Figure 1
  3. Cut the tread plate to the full width between the door jambs. Refer to Fig. A.
    Step 3 Figure A
  4. Position the tread plate on the door sill so that the groove at the high point of the tread plate is directly below the back of the door. Refer to Fig. 2. Using a sealant compound between the tread plate and door jambs ensures a better seal. 
    Step 4 Figure 2
  5. Check out small portion each end of fixing leg sealing section to avoid fouling at door stops. 
  6. Cut sealing section to the full width between jambs then cut at meeting stiles. 
  7. Check out small portion each end of fixing leg sealing section to avoid fouling at door stops.