1. What are electrical strips made of?
Electrical strips are constructed using anodized aluminum. The anodizing process involves an electrochemical method that generates an aluminum oxide layer on the metal surface. Through anodization, aluminum develops a protective layer known for its enhanced strength and corrosion resistance. This additional layer not only provides durability but also safeguards the electrical strips from various environmental factors.
2. Why do PVC profiles deform?
Deformation of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) profiles is normal, and therefore every system provider requires all colored profiles to be reinforced, regardless of length.
On the surface of the profiles from the outside above 50 degrees C (melting point, otherwise known as the Vicat point), crystallization of PVC compounds occurs, otherwise known as “Thermo shrink.” Incorrect shape, thickness, or wrong screwing of the steel causes the profile to deform toward the crystallized surface.
3. How do electrical strips work?
Appropriate adjustment of the temperature and time on the electrical strip allows us to release the “thermo shrink” on the inside. That leads to profile straightening. Surface crystallization occurs only once on a given profile geometry, ensuring no deflection again.
4. What are the advantages of electrical strips?
Electrical strips for PVC windows offer many benefits, including:
Guarantee of Quality: Our window electrical strips are 100% guaranteed. We are sure of our products’ high quality.
Elimination of deformations: Electrical strips prevent window deformations. Thanks to our technology, warped windows disappear forever. A single use of the strip is enough.
Ease of use: Power strips are easy to use. After purchasing the electrical strip, we send the user manual, which together with our YouTube video is enough for the proper use of the electrical strip.
Non-invasive: Electric strips do not require window dismantling.
Speed of operation: We need less than an hour to straighten the window using our strip.
5. Can the deformation return?
The method of thermal straightening gives 100% certainty that deformation will not return.
6. Can electrical strips be used in any window?
You can use electrical strips only if straightened window and door are made from PVC.
7. When should a radiator be used?
In case of profiles wider than 60 mm, the radiator is required.
8. What are the electrical strips' lengths?
9. What should I do if I received a damaged or defective product?
It is highly advisable to document the damage by capturing photographs.
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