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Kolbe Latitude

®

Series

Mulling Options

Standard Mulling

Latitude operating and stationary units may be factory-mulled in various combinations, with the exception of double sliders and

patio door transoms. Whether mulled side-by-side or stacked vertically, the total rough opening width or height of the mulled

unit is equal to the rough opening width or height of each individual unit added together.

Spread Mulling

Mulling units using spread mulls provides design and architectural flexibility. Spread mulls are available in widths of 1-1/2", 3"

and 6". Spread mulls are not available for mulling double sliders. To determine the total rough opening width or height of a

mulled or stacked unit, add the rough opening dimension of each individual

unit and add the following based on the spread mull used:

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1-1/2" Spread Mull - add 1"

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Spread Mull - add 2-1/2"

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6" Spread Mull - add 5-1/2"

Mulling Example:

Two windows mulled side-by-side, each with a rough opening width of 3'0", will have a total rough

opening of 6'0".

Mulling Example:

Two windows mulled side-by-side, each with a rough opening width of

3'0" and using a 1-1/2" spread mull, will have a total rough opening of 6'1".

Stacking Example:

A transom with a rough opening height of 2'0" stacked above a unit with a rough opening of 4'0"

will give you a total rough opening height of 6'0".

Stacking Example:

A transom with a rough opening height of 2'0" stacked above a unit with

a rough opening of 4'0" using a 3" spread mull will give you a total rough

opening height of 6' 2-1/2".

Total R.O. width = 6'0"

3'0" R.O.

3'0" R.O.

2'0" R.O.

4'0" R.O.

Total R.O.

height = 6'0"

NOTE: Structural stability of the combined units is the responsibility of the installer. Reinforcement mull kits are available for factory or field installation and are required in all factory

mulled combinations over 7'0" high.