A high degree of prefabrication and intelligent installation aids help to cut installation time by up to 40% for the new “easy” roller shutters from Teckentrup. Simple installation can be carried out by just one person – moreover, potential sources of error are minimized during installation.
A door should be easy to install, favourably priced and robust. The new roller shutter system from Teckentrup satisfies all these requirements. Many of the elements are pre-assembled or are assembled on-site without much effort. Installation can therefore be carried out by just one person in almost half of the usual time.
Pre-assembly saves time
Installation occurs in just a few steps: The space-saving console is connected to the pre-drilled guide rail, and time-consuming measuring tasks, e.g. for attaching the console and determining the winding shaft position, are a thing of the past. The shutter curtain and the robust profiles are connected via a high-strength connection system, the octagonal winding shaft and the shaft journals are fully galvanized. The floor seal is integrated into the bottom profile and ensures a harmonious appearance inside and outside.
Ventilating or heat-insulated door with drive
The roller shutter is available in three versions: The aluminium roller grille “TG-X”, the single-skinned, perforated roller shutter profile “6010 visio” and the double-skinned, heat-insulated profile “ThermoTeck”. The pre-wired control unit is integrated in the reliable brand name drive – comfortable operation occurs via a button with 3 options (open-stop-close).
29 May 2020
Much of the Teckentrup Team is continuing to remote work, using Microsoft Teams video meetings, Zoom socials, and sharing positive stories on Sharepoint. The Teckentrup offices have been reorganised and safe distancing practices made visible throughout.
14 May 2020
We are sharing a communication from the DHF concerning a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) communication on installation, operation and maintenance manuals.
01 Apr 2020
Alok Sharma the Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has written to the UK construction industry.