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BR4 HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT - Cutting Instructions for the BR4 Horizontal Sliding Articulated Screening with Wheels for 4.8 m Rails


CUTTING

The maximum width for the single-shutter horizontal screening is 1.50 m. For a width exceeding 1.50 m and up to 3.00 m, we can use a two-shutter horizontal screening.


SINGLE-SHUTTER HORIZONTAL SCREENING

  • A. Before cutting it, we slightly push the roll so that its distance from the surface of the profile of the screening-dragging handle is approximately 2 mm. We then push the handle 65 mm, so that it may be cut in smaller dimensions in order to be able to place the appropriate plastic equipment.
  • B. We measure the height of the door and we subtract 16 mm out of the total height.
    For example: for a 2200-mm door height, we cut the roll at a length of 2200-16=2184 mm.
  • C. We cut the counter-face of the horizontal screening 2 mm shorter than the total height.
  • D. (1) Without the addition of aluminium on the counter-face.
    We measure the width of the door and we subtract 72 mm out of the total width, in order to calculate the cutting length of the upper guide.
    For example: for a 1400-mm door width, we cut the upper guide at a length of 1400-72=1328 mm.
    To cut the lower guide, we subtract 135 mm.
    For example: for a 1400-mm door width, we cut the lower guide at a length of 1400-135=1265 mm.
  • (2) Without the addition of aluminium on the counter-face.
    We measure the width of the door and we subtract 72 mm out of the total width, in order to calculate the cutting length of the upper guide.
    For example: for a 1400-mm door width, we cut the upper guide at a length of 1400-72=1328 mm.
    To cut the lower guide, we subtract 135 mm.
    For example: for a 1400-mm door width, we cut the lower guide at a length of 1400-135=1265 mm.

TWO-SHUTTER HORIZONTAL SCREENING

  • A. Before cutting it, we slightly push the roll so that its distance from the surface of the profile of the screening-dragging handle is approximately 2 mm. We then push the handle 65 mm, so that it may be cut in smaller dimensions in order to be able to place the appropriate plastic equipment.
  • B. We measure the height of the door and we subtract 16 mm out of the total height.
    For example: for a 2200-mm door height, we cut the roll at a length of 2200-16=2184 mm.
  • C. We measure the width of the door and we subtract 94 mm out of the total width, in order to calculate the cutting length of the upper guide.
    For example: for a 2100-mm door width, we cut the upper guide at a length of 2100-94=2006 mm. To cut the lower guide, we measure the total width and we subtract 254 mm divided by two (we cut the guide in the middle).
    For example: for a 2100-mm door width, we cut the lower guide at a length of 2100-254/2=923 mm. That is to say, two guides of a width of 923 mm each.

SPRING ADJUSTMENT

  • A. We place the spring on the roll in such a way that the profile perfectly abuts against the edge of the roll.
  • B. We adjust the spring by turning it toward the side on which the screening is folded, in the following way:
Door Height   Spring Turns
180 cm 6
200 cm 8
220 cm 9
240 cm 11