GEZE has launched a new control mechanism for internal swing doors, making slamming doors and damage to walls and furniture a thing of the past.
Measuring 28mm wide, the GEZE ActiveStop incorporates a draw-in damper which can be seamlessly integrated into swing doors to make them quiet, smooth and easy to use. The acoustically dampened ActiveStop breaks the swing of the door with a gentle stopping action.
Ideal for both residential and commercial settings, the ActiveStop is compatible with both new development and refurbishments, with doors of leaf weights of up to 45kg. The holding position can be set using the adjustable opening angle between 80 and 140 degrees.
Supplied in a fine silver finish as standard, the ActiveStop has already won the 2016 German Design Award in the Building and Elements category, as well as a silver award from FocusOpen.
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