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Icejax I Snow Guards
Icejax I Snow Guards

Icejax I Snow Guards

$1.50 - $2.95
Part Number:Icejax I
  • Lowest Price Snow Guard:Based on the proven, patented Snojax II design, the Icejax I is a miniature version of the Icejax II. It features unique interchangeable sides that can either be mechanically fastened or adhesive mounted. This guard measures 2.5" High X 3" Wide. Click on "Quantity Pricing" below to see prices.

Choose Options and Quantity

Add SureBond Adhesive help
SureBond Adhesive [+$0.50]
Add Wood Purlin Screws & Sealant help
Wood Purlin Screws & Sealant [+$0.90]
Add Metal Purlin Screws & Sealant help
Metal Purlin Screws & Sealant [+$0.90]
Quantity Pricing
  • 25 - 49
  • $2.95
  • 50 - 149
  • $2.25
  • 150 - 999
  • $1.95
  • 1000 - 1499
  • $1.65
  • 1500 - 1999
  • $1.55
  • 2000+
  • $1.50

Product Description:
Mount the flat side down on a 3" flat surface or simply flip the unit over to straddle a small minor rib. They will fit most brands of screwed-down 36" panels that have three 12" flats or four 9” flats and most standing seam floating panels with at least a 3-inch flat mounting area. Professional ATI test results show the Icejax I held a remarkable 4200 pounds when screw mounted and up to 500 pounds when adhesive mounted using the Surebond SB-190. All tests were performed simulating realistic snow loading conditions applied to face of the guard. 

 Additional Information:
Not recommended for placement in isolated areas such as chimneys, doorways, vents and partial roof sections. Available in clear. Screws & Adhesive sold separately. Minimum order is 25.  In Stock

Icejax I Cut Sheet                                                                Icejax I Spec Sheet


5 Stars
Quick delivery on the ordered items , easy trouble free installation and they work exactly as advertised.
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Reviewed by:  from Central Blissville. on 12/6/2016
4 Stars
The product arrived fast and as described. I pre-drilled the Icejax then I made a 3/4 inch thick wooden jig to pre-drill the roof. I did not want any shavings or dust to get into the sealant or under the seal on the screws. It took longer but I feel it was done the best way.
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Reviewed by:  from North Carolina. on 2/23/2017

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