The Absco Space Saver 3m x 1.52m is built using the unique SnapTite assembly system. The resilient, fire retardant, Bluescope steel panels are coated with a Titanium finish is durable and hassle-free. This product is equipped with a pad-bolt for extra security and extra wide doors for easy access.
Before commencing assembly of Absco Space Saver 3m x 1.52m, read through these instructions in detail to gain a thorough understanding of assembly methods and associated details.
Unpack the carton and carefully identify and check off all the parts against the parts described and illustrated on pages three and four.
The site for the Absco Space Saver 3m x 1.52m must be level.
It is recommended that the shed be set on a 100mm concrete slab and anchored down appropriately (refer page 15 for details).
Anchor sets are not supplied as standard items with this Absco Space Saver 3m x 1.52m.
A NOTE ON SAFETY
Some parts may have sharp edges. It is advisable to wear gloves when handling these items and safety glasses if drilling holes. Sensible shoes are highly recommended.
Do not erect your shed in windy conditions, ensure that the shed is securely anchored to a solid foundation immediately after construction is completed.
It is highly recommended to erect the shed with two or more people.
ABSCO ASSEMBLY INTRODUCTION
The Snap-Tite assembly system locks all perimeter channels to all roof and wall sheets without the need for tools and fasteners.
To pre-assemble the four wall panels and two roof panels, the perimeter channels are secured to the top and bottom of each panel using the SnapTite system, as detailed on the following pages wherever you see the symbol.
After joining sheets together, position channel over one end of the sheets, gently tapping it over the SnapTite lugs, working along the sheets to the other end.
Each perimeter channel must finish flush with the edges of the sheets. the Snap-Tite system allows adjustment for this process by simply tapping the channel along the sheets until each end is neatly flush.
Position sheets on timbers, trestles or partly over edge of concrete slab.