CRL 27FR5 2" x 2" Steel Flat Edge Roller

Item #: 27FR5 by CR Laurence

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CRL 27FR5 2" x 2" Steel Flat Edge Roller

Item #: 27FR5 by CR Laurence

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  • Smooths Out Glazing Vinyl or Shade Screen
  • Finished Contoured Wood Handle
  • 2" (51 mm) Wide Roller for Smoothing Flat Spline

Minimum Order

1 Each

Roller Diameter

2" (51 mm)

Roller Thickness

2" (51 mm)

The 2" x 2" (51 x 51 mm) diameter steel ball bearing roller on our CRL steel flat edge roller is bolted to a steel yoke, and mounted to a contour-grip, completed wood handle. Use it to smooth out level spline or glazing vinyl preceding insertion in the frame. Subsidiary tip for rolling fiberglass screens: Before rolling your spline (with screen wire), into the base of the spline groove on the first pass, utilize this steel flat edge roller tool to first seat the spline into the highest point of the spline groove. When you have finished the whole frame, retreat and utilize your concave edge roller to wrap up the spline with screen wire. This system takes out a portion of the hourglass bow-in of the frame caused by rolling the screen too firmly into the frame.

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The 2" x 2" (51 x 51 mm) diameter steel ball bearing roller on our CRL Steel Flat Edge Roller is riveted to a steel yoke, and mounted to a contour-grip, finished wood handle. Use it to smooth out flat spline or glazing vinyl prior to insertion in the frame.
Helpful Tip for Rolling Fiberglass Screens: Before rolling your spline (with screen wire), into the bottom of the spline groove on the first pass, use this Steel Flat Edge Roller Tool to first seat the spline into the top of the spline groove. Once you have the completed the entire frame, go back and use your Concave Edge Roller to finish inserting the spline with screen wire. This method helps to eliminate some of the hourglass bow-in of the frame caused by rolling the screen too tightly into the frame.