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MS 832 & MS 1017

Updated: Oct 10, 2023

In Chop Lee Huat, we strive to provide our clients with products that not only meet their aesthetic and functional needs but also adhere to strict quality standards. In Malaysia, the benchmark for quality assurance in aluminum windows and aluminum-framed sliding glass doors is set by MS 832 and MS 1017, standards regulated by the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB). In this blog post, we'll delve into the significance of these standards and how they ensure the safety, reliability, and compliance of our products.


Understanding MS 832 and MS 1017

MS 832: This standard specifically pertains to aluminum windows. It outlines comprehensive guidelines covering materials, construction, finishes, hardware, and performance standards. These standards are designed to ensure that aluminum windows not only look good but also perform exceptionally well in terms of structural integrity, watertightness, and resistance to air leakage under static air pressure differences.

MS 1017: MS 1017, on the other hand, focuses on aluminum-framed sliding glass doors. It encompasses similar requirements as MS 832, with a particular emphasis on structural performance, proof load pressures, watertightness, and air leakage. This standard ensures that sliding glass doors provide the necessary functionality while also being safe and durable.



Specifications

Glass - Safety Guidelines

Complying With BS6262: Part 4 (1994)


Different types of Glass can be classified as safety glass:


In conclusion, as your trusted aluminum windows supplier, we prioritize the quality and safety of our products. MS 832 and MS 1017 are the cornerstones of our commitment to excellence. We ensure that our aluminum windows and sliding glass doors not only meet but exceed the standards, giving you peace of mind and a competitive edge in the market.



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