With a whole range of advantages for perfect surfaces.
In addition to clearly improved quality and reduced production costs, your windows will have a longer service life thanks to the wood preservation treatment applied on all sides. You can also give your staff a healthier work environment due to lower dust emissions. Another advantage, of course, is that from a pure craftsmanship point of view, the perfect surface quality achieved with Q-FIN technology is the true bottom line.
No more intermediate sanding – not even on bevelled planes.
In order to eliminate intermediate sanding on the bevelled edges of sashes and frames, our engineers have developed a chamfer unit that can be adjusted in the angle range from 0 to 60 degrees. This means that not only the sash and frame parts on all relevant surfaces, but also the equally important glazing beads, no longer need to be sanded between coats.
These small yet crucial areas can now also be processed with Q-FIN technology. With less use of resources and a better result.
Quality Finishing unit.
Quality Finishing refers to the geometrically defined cross-grain-cutting of fibrous wood. Through fine cross-grain cutting, the wood fibres, which run lengthwise on three sides of the workpiece, are cut with a degree of definition that cannot be achieved with conventional brush methods. This means that when water-based wood preservatives and varnishes are subsequently applied, the fibres do not straighten up again and the surfaces remain perfectly smooth. Therefore, no further sanding between coats of varnish is required, which means that not only can the sanding process itself be dispensed with, but all the associated handling tasks too.