Examine the area where the work is to take place and make sure there are no obstacles that may hinder you in the full execution of the work.
Do not proceed until any unsatisfactory conditions are corrected.
If the Switchable Privacy Glass Panel is to be glazed into an already installed frame, ensure all glazing channels and/or rebates and stops are clear and free from obstructions and that appropriate holes are drilled (with protective grommets in place) for you to feed the wiring through.
Ensure the electrician will have access to the wiring.
If the Switchable Privacy Panel is already framed, ensure the protruding wire remains accessible and sufficient for the electrician to wire the panel in.
Remove any protective coating from the panel which might interfere with bond of sealants.
The recommended interior glazing method is ‘dry glazing’. However, for wet areas and external applications (wet glazing) the edges of the panel must be sealed so that the interior laminate films will be impervious to moisture. This is to be achieved using the appropriate tape and (only) Neutral Cure, Non-Acetic Silicone Sealants. The following Non-Acetic Sealants are listed as non-acetic by their manufacturers: