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Sealey GSS150815 Instructions Manual
Sealey GSS150815 Instructions Manual

Sealey GSS150815 Instructions Manual

Galvanized steel shed 1.5 x 0.8 x1.5m (double door)
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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.
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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.
2. INTRODUCTION
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.
Sequence of operations.
2.1
Check all parts against the component list.
2.2
Assemble the rear wall panels.
2.3
Assemble the side wall panels.
2.4
Assemble the roof panels.
2.5
Assemble the front wall panels.
2.6
Assemble door.
2.7
Fit the panels together.
2.8
Prepare and fit to plinth slab.
© Jack Sealey Limited
INSTRUCTIONS FOR:
SHED 1.5 x 0.8 x1.5m (DOUBLE DOOR)
MODEL No:
Original Language Version
GALVANIZED STEEL
GSS150815
GSS150815
Issue: 1 - 24/08/12

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  • Page 1 GSS150815 MODEL No: 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 Check contents: Lay out all components with the part numbers facing upwards and check off against the parts lists on the next four pages. In the unlikely event of a missing component please contact you local Sealey dealer. © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 3 1500 x 735 sheet 1500 x 770 sheet 1500 x 770 sheet 855 x 770 sheet 855 x 735 sheet 1445 x 710 sheet 1445 x 710 © Jack Sealey Limited Original Language Version GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 4 Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 5 Keeper Part No (71) Part No (74) Pad Shoot bolt plate 60mm Barrel shoot bolt Part No (75) Part No (70) Mid height wall bracket Base bracket Part No (72) Original Language Version GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12 © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 6 Please note some component descriptions may differ in manual text to listings, always use pictures from listings to double check component identity. ie M8 fixings may be supplied in lieu of 5/16”. Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 7: Parts Diagram

    6. PARTS DIAGRAM Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 8 7. ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLE THE REAR WALL PANELS 7.1.1 You will find it easier to assemble the shed using trestles, with timber studding of equal or greater panel length. Trestles are available separately from your Sealey Dealer. Attach the studding to trestles with equal overhang using nylon cable ties or similar “safe” method. 7.1.2 Place panel 14A and 11A on your work table and join them together with the 10mm long self tapping screws.
  • Page 9 7.1.5 Fit item B5 the mid height wall channel to the panel and position it by the pre-punched holes and 10mm long self tapping screws. Note this channel is fitted with the flat face uppermost, ie. nearest the “top”, when the shed is assembled. 7.1.6 With 10mm long self tapping screws fix items 39C and 39D to top and bottom edges. Original Language Version GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12 © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 10 Fit item 32E the mid height wall channel to the panel and position it by the pre-punched holes and 10mm long self tapping screws. Note this channel is fitted with the flat face uppermost, ie. nearest the “top” when assembling the shed. 7.2.4 With self tapping screws fix item 21B to bottom edge except in position marked with asterisk *, and do not screw fix item 21F to top edge at this stage. See those fixings marked with asterisk *. Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 11 7.3.3 Fit item 32E the mid height wall channel to the panel and position it by the pre-punched holes and 10mm long self tapping screws. Note this channel is fitted with the flat face uppermost, ie. nearest the “top” when assembling the shed. 7.3.4 With self tapping screws fix item 21B to bottom edge, but do not screw fix item 21F to top edge at this stage. See those fixings marked with asterisk *. Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 12 Place both panels item 3B and 11B on your work table and join them together with the 10mm long self tapping screws. See the pre-punched holes. 7.4.2 Fit top and bottom channels item 39A and 39B to panels by firstly sliding and finally tapping into place as previously explained in 7.1.3. Note that the smaller flange on the channels should always be adjacent to the outside face of the panel. The outside face is the top face in both diagrams. © Jack Sealey Limited Original Language Version GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 13 7.4.3 Fit item 50A (angles) to each edge, refer to diagram above for flange orientation. Fix with 10mm long self tapping screws. GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12 Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 14 Attach the end wall 14B to the rear wall 11A & 14A, then the opposite end wall 14C. Fix all walls with the 10mm long self tapping screws. Original Language Version GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12 © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 15 INSTALL THE DOOR FRAME 7.6.1 Install the front frame items 39E and 39F as per following diagrams. The door mullion sections items 45L and 45R are fixed with 16mm long self tapping screws. Do not fix self tapping screws marked * in enlarged ballooned views until after the door jamb item D3 has been fitted. See 7.6.2. 7.6.2 Slide D3 the door jamb into the top channel and fix with 10mm long self tapping screws. Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 16 7.6.3 Fit the corner stiffener brackets item 72, fix with 10mm long self tapping screws. Original Language Version GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12 © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 17 SUB ASSEMBLE THE DOORS. 7.7.1 Sandwich the stiffener plate item 75 between shoot bolt item 74 and door item 5D and “pop” rivet all three items together. This arrangement is at the top and bottom of the door item 5D. GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12 © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 18 Fit the pre assembled door item 5C to the rear panel via the hinges. Fix hinges into pre-punched holes with 4mm diameter rivets. Check action of door before crimping rivets. 7.8.2 Fit the shoot bolt item 70 and the bolt keeper item 71 and fix with 10mm long self tapping screws or 4mm diameter rivets. (fitting method A or B) © Jack Sealey Limited Original Language Version GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12...
  • Page 19 With the shed located centrally about the plinth slab, position the 6 anchor steel angles (base brackets), M8 machine screw fix to internal compartment. This will require “spotting” and drilling 8mm diameter holes through to shed panels. Spot through holes to plinth slab, remove anchor angles (base brackets) and masonry drill slab for anchor bolts. Anchor bolts and M8 machine screws are supplied, see “FITTINGS PACK”. 7.9.3 Insert anchor bolts, re-fit steel angles (base brackets) and anchor shed to plinth slab. GSS150815 Issue: 1 - 24/08/12 Original Language Version © Jack Sealey Limited...
  • Page 20 WARRANTY: Guarantee is 12 months from purchase date, proof of which will be required for any claim. INFORMATION: For a copy of our latest catalogue and promotions call us on 01284 757525 and leave your full name and address, including postcode. Sole UK Distributor, Sealey Group, www.sealey.co.uk...