Installation of windows and doors international

Date: 01.08.2019 | ID: PI190756 | Download: Installation of windows and doors international PI190756 (PDF) | Author(s): Susanne Hainbach


ift seminar in English on 22 and 23 October in Rosenheim

For the second time, the two-day seminar "Installation of windows and external pedestrian doors" in English will take place in Rosenheim. The main criteria for professional planning, tendering and execution including sealing and fastening on the basis of the English “Guideline for installation” and the application are shown using practical examples. For window manufacturers, fitters and craftsmen from the window and door industry, the seminar offers many tips for the practical implementation of installation.

 

Modern window constructions offer optimum thermal, solar and sound insulation as well as high safety and usability. However, this quality can only be achieved if the installation is carried out professionally. Otherwise structural damage, reclamations and thus financial losses as well as image damage are the result – not only for the assembly company, but also for the window manufacturer. For this the companies need trained installation personnel.

 

The two-day seminar "Installation of windows and external pedestrian doors" in English provides the knowledge for professional planning and execution of the fastening, sealing and insulation on the basis of the static and physical building principles, which are taught in a technically sound, product-neutral and practical manner. The basis is the English “(RAL) Guideline for installation of windows and external pedestrian doors (Montageleitfaden)”.

The seminar is aimed at national and international installation companies, window manufacturers, fitters and craftsmen from the fields of fastening and sealing.

 

The registration form and further information on the seminar can be found at www.bit.ly/installation-seminar

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