The latest in Leitz Tooling’s ongoing national ‘Future-proof Timber Window Production’ seminar programme is returning to Leeds College of Building on 20th April.
Along with its group of window manufacturing supply and technical partners, Leitz will demonstrate its simple, efficient and effective energy rated tooling solution for timber window production.
Now available with BFRC (British Fenestration Rating Council) energy rated licences for 36 different variations of timber window manufacture, including A+ rated, as well as full and ongoing back-up and support from the company, Leitz ThermoTech Window System is considered by its customers as one of the fastest, easy to use, reassuring and profitable systems on the market:
“The fact that Leitz has already done the work with the BFRC for energy rated window licences was a key factor in our decision to buy their tooling, and we’re winning most of the work we quote for.”
T O’Malley Joinery, Lancashire
“We make timber windows for contractors, developers, housing associations and home-owners, and the tooling system from Leitz means we now make them quicker and easier than ever before.”
Customers are even turning to the Leitz ThermoTech Window System after buying alternative products, with one customer saying: “I’ve tried the cheap systems, but now I have the Leitz system and the difference in production performance and finished product is incredible. We’re not just making windows, we are making money!”
The one-day seminar will include presentations from the British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC) on the benefits of timber window licenses and energy ratings for the ThermoTech Window System. It will also include technical speakers from SCM, one of the leading producers of woodworking machinery who supports the college; British Woodworking Federation (BWF); Accsys Technologies on Accoya Wood; Teknos Coatings; sealing profile specialists for windows and doors, Deventer Weather Seals; Coastal Joinery Hardware, and software supplier to the bespoke joinery market, Joinerysoft.
During the seminar, timber window frames will be machined on site in a matter of minutes, demonstrating how fast, accurate and easily repeatable production is with the Leitz system.
With companies looking to diversify, keep up-to-date with regulations and seek a competitive advantage - along with the central location of Leeds College of Building - places for the seminar are going quickly. The seminars are accredited by the BWF’s woodworking CPD programme. The Leeds seminar will take place at Leeds College of Building, North Street, Leeds, LS2 7QT on 20th April 2016.
Seminar places are charged at £15 per person, which will be donated to local charities.
Leitz Tooling UK is the UK’s largest supplier of tooling to British industry and all Leitz tools are safety tested to BS EN 847 standards.