Quadruple cutting and machining centre investment at TruFrame
At TruFrame, we’re committed to providing not only the highest quality uPVC doors and uPVC windows, but supplying them in a timely manner and at scale and we continue to be the only high volume fabricator in the UK to hand finish every frame. We also carry out our own product development and testing in-house which has helped us create fantastic exclusive products such as the Refine™ mechanically jointed windows.
To achieve this, we regularly invest in our production capabilities, helping us stay ahead of the competition. Our most recent investment, a state of the art cutting plant, enables us to further demonstrate our commitment to being the trade frame supplier of choice.
The fourth and final cutting plant comes as part of TruFrame’s unprecedented £3.2 million investment into our plants. The additional capacity this plant provides gives us the ability to comfortably manufacture 4,000 frames in a standard 40-hour week, and we have plans to scale up the production of as many as 5,000 within a 40 hour week.
Our new cutting and machining centres provide a greater level of accuracy, consistency and production throughout and are tailor-made to fit TruFrame’s exact production needs. Including bespoke features that allow us to process profiles as short as 195mm, with far less disruption to production. While 8-axis German engineered machines utilize servo driven motors, which produce an end product with an astonishingly low tolerance of no greater than +/- 0.2mm. These state of the art machines ensure TruFrame uPVC windows and doors are the best in the industry.
9th May 2019
The key to offering a great lock system
With burglary rates on the rise and an increase of media coverage in relation to home intrusions, homeowners are increasingly looking at the security of their home. The rise of smart technology, such as smart cameras, is a clear sign of this increased need to feel secure in their own home. As a door installer, […]Read on
26th April 2019
Pushing the boundaries in uPVC thermal efficiency
There’s many different considerations for consumers when they’re looking to purchase new windows or doors for their home, and one of the key factors that will affect their choice is the levels of thermal efficiency that the frames provide. A frame that has the highest levels of energy efficiency is the most appealing to homeowners, […]Read on
12th April 2019
uPVC recycling: Recyclable windows and doors
The environment remains a key issue and the intensity and urgency of thesubject has increased dramatically over the last few years. A recent study by a research firm, Nielsen, found that consumers in both big and small markets are turning to environmentally-friendly products. The study found that 81% of respondents felt strongly that companies should […]Read on