Window construction without intermediate sanding, that is the Q-FIN from MARTIN.
Intermediate sanding is one of the most unpopular and expensive operations in window construction. In addition to intermediate sanding, the frames also have to be transported, laid and turned. These, too, are time-consuming activities that also involve the risk of damaging the parts. This is exactly where the equally simple and effective Quality Finishing process comes in. By means of fine cross-cutting, the longitudinally oriented wood fibres are cut microscopically small at right angles. With a degree of definition that cannot be achieved with conventional methods. As a result, the fibres no longer stand up during the subsequent application of water-based wood preservatives and varnishes - and the surfaces remain smooth. Surfaces prepared with Q-FIN make intermediate sanding almost superfluous, but also the handling associated with it. This leads to considerable cost reductions in production on the one hand and to a clear increase in quality on the other.
In order to make intermediate sanding superfluous on the glass bevels of the sashes and frames, our engineers have developed a bevelling 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 can do without intermediate sanding, but also the equally important glazing beads. Now you can also process these small but crucial areas with Q-FIN technology. With less resource input and better results.