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Wednesday 30th July 2014

How To… Use Deventer Cutting Tools

Proudly stocked by BJ Waller, Deventer is a leading European brand of high quality weather seals for windows and doors. With these products available with the accompanying tools, we have complied a guide to using Deventer cutting tools for the frame and sash. 


How to use the cutting tools for the frame: 


Step 1. The Vario Tool is delivered with pre-installed accessories, so start by cutting the seal and tearing it loose. 


Step 2. Fix it into the first corner and put the seal in the groove, leaving out the last 30cm. 


Step 3. Mark the outside corner of the long side of the seal and place the marked area exactly at the height of the small knife. 


Step 4. Slide the teflon support up to the end of the corner and fix.


Step 5. Place the loose part on the tool table, and cut. 


Step 6. Turn the frame clockwise and put the seal in the groove, repeating this process two times. 


Step 7. In order to create the last corner, cut the seal in the same way and tear it loose. 


Step 8. And finally, install the seal snugly against the other loose first corner.


How to use the cutting tool for the sash: 


Step 1. The Vario Tool is delivered set up for 12, 15 and 18mm rebates.


Step 2. Start at the top of the sash, leaving the seal slightly free in order to place it correctly on the tool. 


Step 3. Place the screw and notch against the rebate. 


Step 4. Cut the seal and a part of the lip. 


Step 5. Create the corner, and ensure that the corners join properly, without pulling. 


Step 6. Turn around anti-clockwise, put the notch against the beginning and cut the seal against the oblique bracket. 


To see these guides brought to life in video form, click here

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