Installing the cat flap in glass

For installations in a wall 27cm-32cm in depth, this kit contains a Cat Flap Mounting Adaptor (includes two parts, one for the exterior and one for the interior of your home) and 5 x Cat Flap Tunnel Extenders. This kit can be used with the SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap or the DualScan Microchip Cat Flap.

Install the cat flap in a door, window or wall are available for window and wall installations

A circular hole is required to install the cat flap in glass. The optimum hole size is 212mm, but the cat flap can be installed into holes up to 260mm in diameter.

Installing the cat flap in a door

Install the cat flap in a door, window or wall are available for window and wall installations It’s true that if you have plate glass, you can simply cut a hole (a circle, actually) and install a number of the cat doors in this section through that hole. They’re designed to spread the forces out to avoid breaking the glass. But, you almost certainly have tempered glass and you cannot cut that. If you try, it will shatter! However, your local glass shop can remove the piece of glass in question and replace it with a new piece that has the hole pre-cut prior to tempering. Then it’s a simple matter to install the cat flap.

Installing the cat flap in glass

A circular hole is required to install the cat flap in glass. The optimum hole size is 212mm, but the cat flap can be installed into holes up to 260mm in diameter.

Installing the cat flap in a door




The Animate Glass Fitting Cat Flap has an attractive circular styling with a 4-way locking flap. It is popular for glass use in windows and doors. It is also suitable for mounting in very thin wood and metal doors. We do not recommend glass installs for any pet door because of the difficult install procedures and the high expense involved. Stresses involved when your pet uses the pet door can also lead to glass failure.I've got pretty bog-standard white panel doors throughout my house. Now, my little one harassed the cats big time, and I'd like to install a cat flap in the basement door so that they can come and go as they please without the little girl trying to love them to death.It can be difficult to find the right place to install a cat flap as you are often limited by the construction of your house. Thankfully, many cat flaps have been designed to be installed in doors, windows or walls, giving you more opportunities to install it in a place that is suited to you and your cat.Getting a new or have a that is eager to explore the outdoors but wants to get back inside easily? Consider installing a cat flap to keep from waking you up in the middle of the night for entry. There are many different types of cat flap on the market. All are installed in a very similar way. This article uses a standard, lockable cat flap as an example.The SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap can be successfully installed in glass by combining it with the SureFlap Mounting Adaptor. Glass installations require a circular hole to be cut. The mounting adaptor will cover the gaps left by such a hole for a clean finish.Learn how to install the SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap or the SureFlap DualScan Microchip Cat Flap in a door.
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