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Sealey GSS2323 Instructions Manual
Sealey GSS2323 Instructions Manual

Sealey GSS2323 Instructions Manual

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Thank you for purchasing a Sealey product. Manufactured to a high standard this product will, if used according to these instructions
and properly maintained, give you years of trouble free performance.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. NOTE THE SAFE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, WARNINGS AND
CAUTIONS. USE THE PRODUCT CORRECTLY AND WITH CARE FOR THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH IT IS INTENDED. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY
CAUSE DAMAGE AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY AND WILL INVALIDATE THE WARRANTY. PLEASE KEEP INSTRUCTIONS SAFE FOR FUTURE USE.
WARNING! Ensure Health & Safety, local authority, and general workshop practice
regulations are adhered to when building this shed.
Keep the work area clean, uncluttered and ensure there is adequate lighting.
Keep children and unauthorised persons away from the working area.
DO NOT use the shed for any purpose other than that for which it is designed.
Use appropriate safety clothing including eye protection.
Note! The assembly of this product will require assistance.
Before commencing the assembly, we recommend that you read the instructions thoroughly. Your
new shed comes with all the holes pre drilled to make for fast easy assembly. We recommend
that you assemble the shed using a trestle table or sawhorses and planks. This will ensure that
you are working off the ground and make it easier for you. Assembly is a two person job and
should not be attempted in windy conditions.
Step 1: Check all parts against the component list.
Step 2: Assemble the rear wall panels.
Step 3: Assemble the side wall panels.
Step 4: Assemble the roof wall panels.
Step 5: Assemble the front wall panels.
Step 6: Assemble front door.
Step 7: Fit the panels together.
Concrete Slab: It is recommended that your new shed is secured to a concrete slab as per the
specifications in this manual.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR:
GALVANIZED STEEL SHED
MODEL No: GSS2323

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  • Page 1 GALVANIZED STEEL SHED MODEL No: GSS2323 Thank you for purchasing a Sealey product. Manufactured to a high standard this product will, if used according to these instructions and properly maintained, give you years of trouble free performance. IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. NOTE THE SAFE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS.
  • Page 2 Concrete slab: Please ensure that your site is level. It is recommended that your slab is 100mm thick and you use builders plastic and F52 reinforcing mesh. We recommend that you make your slab 100mm bigger than the base dimensions of your shed. This will allow for a 50mm edge around your shed.
  • Page 3 Step 1:Check all parts against the component list Lay out all parts with number facing outwards and check off against parts list Part Picture Description Component Location Check rear wall Sheet Sheet 1900x770 side wall rear wall Sheet Sheet 1900x770 side wall Sheet Sheet 1169x770 -left...
  • Page 4 Channel channel 1124 rear wall Channel channel 1124 side wall Channel channel 1124 side wall Channel channel 1124 front Channel channel 1124 front Channel channel 1124 front Channel channel 1124 front Channel channel 674 front Channel channel 674 front side wall Channel channel 1098 rear wall...
  • Page 5 5/16” Hexagonal Nut Mid wall channel Self tapper safety cover connector Channel safety cover Channel safety cover (L type) (R type) Rawl bolt In the unlikely event that you find you are missing a part, please contact your Sealey dealer.
  • Page 6 Shed Overview...
  • Page 7 Step 2: Assemble rear wall panels. You will find it easier to assemble your shed using sawhorses with timber studs attached (timber needs to be the same length as the shed (2M) or alternatively, a trestle table. Place 2 x 9S and 9M the sheeting on your work table and join together with the self tapping screws per the diagram.
  • Page 8 Now fit 26I, 26H top channel and 26C, 26D bottom channel to the sheeting by tapping it in (diagram A) or sliding it in. (Diagram B) Note that the small lip of the channel is always facing out. This is to ensure that rain water can not build up inside your shed. Make sure 26I and 26H are used as top side channels.
  • Page 9 Now fix 34R and 34L mid wall channels joint by mid wall channel connector to the sheeting by the self tapping screws. Please note that the groove should face downwards. Fix other channels by the self tapping screws. Apply 66 the channel connectors on top and bottom channels to enhance the strength.
  • Page 10 Step 3: Assemble side wall panels. Place 2 x 9S and 9M the sheeting on your work table and join together with the self tapping screws per the diagram. Now fit 26K, 26J top channel and 26A, 26B bottom channel to the sheeting by tapping it in or sliding it in.
  • Page 11 Place a block under the shadowed area when screwing as a support and the screw with cross mark must not be fixed in this stage. Repeat the same steps for the other side wall. Step 4: Assemble the roof panel. Place 10R, 10M and 10L the sheeting on your work table and join together with the self tapping screws per the diagram.
  • Page 12 Fix 26F, 26E 26A and 26B the channel by self tapping screws per diagram. Please note that 26A and 26B are in the side with pre-punched holes on the sheeting. Enhance the strength by applying 66 the channel connectors. Note that screws are applied to both sides of the connectors.
  • Page 13 Step 5: Assemble the front wall panels Fix 41A and 41B the jamb on 11L and 11R the sheeting by self-tapping screws. Fix 26P, 26N top channels, 42A jamb, 26L, 26M, and 23A bottom channels by self-tapping screws. Enhance the top channels by applying 66 the channel connector.
  • Page 14 Now fix 33R and 33L the mid wall channels to the sheeting by the self tapping screws. Please note that the groove should face downwards. Step 6: Assemble the front door. Fit 5R the pre-assembled door to the front wall panel per the diagram. Use riveter to fix the door to the pre-drilled holes.
  • Page 15 Use riveter to fix 70 the pad bolt to the pre-drill holes. Fix the pad bolt (but NOT the keeper at this stage) to the pre-drill holes using the self tapping screws (or the rivets provided.).
  • Page 16 Step 7: Fit the panels together. Now fix the front, side, rear panels and 2 x 63R, 2 x 63L the GABLE together using the holes provided and then fix the pad bolt using rivets. For extra security fit rivets as below...
  • Page 17 Join 62 the ridge beams with the end marked red arrow by 67 ridge beam connector. Put on 60 gable caps and join them by 61 gable cap connector. Fix this structure using 16mm self tapping screws.
  • Page 18 Slide in one side of the roof panel and note that the channel type 26E, 26F end is to the ridge beam. Repeat the same step for the other assembled roof panel. Drill the holes through for roof brace by 3mm DRILL BIT. Then fix the roof brace per diagram. Join the sheeting and the gable by 52 the lip and then fix the 4 corners by 16mm self tapping screws.
  • Page 19 Put on the cap 64 and then fix the root panels by 16mm self tapping screws per diagram.
  • Page 20 Now fit the bolt down kit as per the diagram. Please note that bolts are not supplied with this kit. Strengthen your mid wall brace by applying 72 the mid wall brace bracket on each corner if necessary. RAWL BOLT...
  • Page 21 Apply channel safety cover L type on channel 33L and R type on channel 33R. Also apply the self-tapper covers on the screws fixed on the wall.
  • Page 22 Perform the same procedure for the pad lock. Sealey sheds are weatherproof, however, heavy winds with driving rain could cause your shed to leak. Condensation will also occur in some weather conditions such as extreme heat or cold. We would recommend the use of a waterproof sealant to help seal around all joins and wherever you feel that water may get in under these extreme conditions.