Modern Classic Round Opening Porthole
Pop into the 50's 60's and 70' Portholes started to look a little more stylish, obviously still to keep water out when needed, but the styling is a little more modern looking with the round version of the opening port. whilst still retaining the vision of what a port hole is meant to look like. The spigot depth of this Porthole is 12 mm which would not be put of place on a coach roof of a traditional motor launch from back in the day.
Made out of Pressured DieCast Brass and is available in the traditional style of Brass and a more contemporary look that polished chrome has.
This Porthole, has been built to ISO12216 and certified to RINA European Certificating, help to give you the confidence when need to ensure the water stays on the right side.
As standard the porthole come with 6 mm Plexiglass but if you wanted to use it on a styled building project we can get fitted standard glass.
Available in three different sizes so if you are on a build project and you want to keep the Portholes all looking the same you have the choice.
Round Opening ART No. 8a, 8b & 8c Brass Or Chromium Plated , 153MmØ Spigot 12Mm
Hi, guys. My name is Darrel and I'm head of the tech team here at Locks Online. Thanks for taking some time to tune in and have a quick look at one of our product review videos. Now we are putting short little videos together to be able to give you, our customers, the opportunity to see the products that we have to offer in hopefully a little more detail, so to speak, so in the flesh. Today I want to show you a range of portlights or portholes that we have, which is part of our marine locking solutions that we have.
This is the actual range here. Now, they're available in a brass finish as you can see here. They are also available in three different sizes. The actual size that I have here, if I were to measure the overall diameter of that, it's just around about 205 mm overall, so I gives you and idea of this particular size in comparison to the three choices that we have on our website. Now this is the brass version. There's a chrome version as well. The base metal on this is obviously brass also.
As you can see here, we have the clips here to allow you to fold those over there like that and be able to clamp the port hole in to the actual plate that you see there. So when it's in its open position, as you can see, there you go, you have a nice rubber seal there, as you can see, that allows you to be able to seal that up against there nice and tight. And then you'd be able to clamp that into place. Incredibly traditional sort of styling that this is here.
Now on the outside, this is what you would see there on the outside. You can see that ring there. And it comes with a fixing ring that sits over the top of it here, and this then allows you to be able to clamp the two together, in which case you create a little bit of a seal. Probably you could use some Sikaflex or something similar there to be able to seal the two together. So it just allows you to able to see this particular product in the flesh.
It comes with 6mm plated glass as well so therefore it is incredibly strong also. If I open that up there, it just gives you an opportunity to see it all in its original styling and so forth. It's a classic sort of traditional portlight or porthole, depending on how you decide to call these particular types of setups. So there you go. It gives you an opportunity to see it in the flesh, so to speak.
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