Frequent questions
There are a lot of frequent questions from all angles of the industry when you join the party with a solution like Coverfeed®. Do not hesitate to ask and mail if we do not succeed answering here
How do I buy?
There are two ways of buying Coverfeed®:

1. Online shop - retail
Go to the online shop > and order a 4-pack repair kit of your desired model (models if you need several), including screws - ready to install.
Fill in the forms, proceed to checkout and the package will be sent to you by ordinary mail, worldwide. Be aware of varying tax and duty responsibilities between regions and continents. Popular credit cards accepted.

2. Individual business orders - Wholesale
If you need a larger volume for several of your panels, we sell 100 unit boxes on wholesale terms. This is done by individual handling and ordering. Payments are done on wholesale terms and according to the agreed delivery. Contact Mikkel Hartvig Andersen > for business orders.

How do i decide on which model?
All Coverfeed® models start from the keder diameters. At the present each keder diameter represent a different model.
A CF75 model is made for a keder diameter of 7,5 mm, the KCF85 for 8,5 mm and a CF110 is for the 11 mm width.
There is a correlation between keder diameters and their usage and ie. the CF110m is for larger Clearspans and the CF75 is for the smaller structures.
Will they fit my panel right away?
The simple answer is 'yes' and the more complicated is 'depends'.

There are many standards from various manufacturers and it depends on how your panels are attached to the beams and structure, how they're pulled, stretched and also how you end your panel. All models are generically designed to be put on top of your keders end, encapsulate the surrounding textile and keder wrap. But some feature pullers, webbing and other details around the eave line and keder end, that may leave the positioning of the Coverfeed® in a tough or even impossible spot. There is no place for anything inside the Coverfeed® but keder wrap and textile to ensure correct installment and function.

Contact your manufacturer or repair supplier and discuss the best possible solution to install your Coverfeed® or consult us to get a solution to your exact need. Manufacturers flying our 'Seal of Approval' > will obviously be able to help out immediately.
Can they be applied to sidewalls?
Yes. Though most consider keder issues related to roof panels, some actuallly have stresses and breakdowns on sidewalls as well. Like with roof panels, take note of details, attachments, locks, grommets or other functions, that may physically be in the way of the Coverfeed® being installed at the proper spot.

Will a Coverfeed® get over the curved ridge?
Sure, No problem! All Coverfeed models are made from a special Nylon® compund making them both flexible and at the same time resillient. As long as the groove and track is of the same diameter as the straight extrusion you will not have any problems.

The turning point will introduce a slight increase in friction at the turning point when just pulling through with the fitting, but when a person or more is pulling a roof panel, no one will even notice. To say the least if you are pulling with fork lifts or a Tent Ox.
Do you have local dealers or representatives?
No, not for the time being. We simply ship and sell from one place on the planet - Denmark (Europe). These fittings are simple to distribute and to keep the costs down and the prices as well. But various kinds of production advantages, trade sanctions or Customs issues may have us going in that direction. Whatever is best for the customers...
Will a Coverfeed® last 'forever'?
Probably not, but it depends on how you treat your panels when installing, just like tires get worn on a car, it depends on how you drive. But expect it to last more than a couple seasons and once you have installed it you will only need 2 minutes to retrofit it. However you put it , it will save you both money and the annoyance by not having to repair and also the cumbersome logistics involved repairing it.
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