Monthly Archives: February 2012
Imagine an upside down capital “T” shaped peice of metal, about 1.5″ long, which is screwed to the floor or threshold, a groove is morticed into the bottom of the door and the door slides back and forth on the guide … Continue reading
Yes, spare parts are a relatively inexpensive way to extend the life of panic hardware. You can view Exidor panic hardware spare parts, optional extras and keeps on our website here.
I’m after some door runners for a custom made door. The runners will need to be 2 metres wide. The weight of the door will be roughly 40kg. It is not a pocket door, just sliding across the wall. Is there also a way for the door to stop it slamming against the walls?
We do the economical Rollan 40.24 which is suitable for doors up to 40kg. If you want to go for something which closes the door softly at each end (and your door is at least 840mm wide), we recommend the … Continue reading
Usually at least 3 hinges need to be fitted on a door. Light weight internal domestic doors may be fitted with only 2 hinges. Doors with a security function need to have at least 3 hinges, as this makes them … Continue reading
I need a door closer that is able to close a steel door which is 400kg in weight. The door size is w1000mm x h2050mm.
We recommend looking at a Geze TS4000 tandem (power 7-13), or a TS4000 power 5-7, and caution that this door will be very heavy to open. You can buy them online here, follow the links in the text.