Interior door BLOW
woodenanodized aluminumpivoting

interior door
interior door
interior door
interior door
interior door
interior door
interior door
interior door
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Characteristics

Type
interior
Material
wooden, anodized aluminum
Opening system
pivoting
Glazing
without glazing
Other characteristics
custom, lacquered

Description

Albed's proposal for solutions hinged door and frame with jamb 45° declined in the collection Blow. A response to design needs that allows the best integration with the most demanding interior lines and a careful balance between technical content, efficiency and ease of installation. Discover all the possibilities of customization and accessorization of this collection. The Blow door is characterised by the curved, modelled shape of the panel, which takes on a wave-like form that becomes the handle. Technology becomes a fluid gesture that, thanks to the opening mechanism, fits in harmoniously with the architecture. Available both as a framed and flush hinged door version. The aluminium jamb cut at 45° is the minimal solution that involves technical precision and attention to detail, when it comes to classical framing of door openings. It is fitted into a traditional door frame and can be adapted to suit all wall thicknesses from 60 mm to 300 mm, thanks to the built-in telescopic system and the adjustments. It supports external pivot hinges which enhance its clean lines, with the door opening 180° (pull opening) or 90° (push opening). Albed’s external pivot hinges are CATAS certified for 100,000 opening cycles for a 180° door. The “hinged door and frame” is the traditional door par excellence. It can be single or double, with push or pull opening. The jambs and finishing lists can also be personalised to suit design needs.

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