The new Novista Riser doorset from Aspex UK includes a steel doorframe, which is supplied pre-cut and mitred for easy assembly on site.
When fitted, the Novista Riser doorset is totally concealed within either a stud or block wall, enabling the door to be virtually ‘invisible’ when closed, with no obtrusive architraves.
Novista Riser doorsets are available as double or singles with either a three or a four-sided frame.
The four-sided frames are particularly suitable for use on riser doors and allow skirting boards to run uninterrupted below the door, thereby allowing the door to blend in almost seamlessly with the adjacent walls.
The three-sided frames are suitable for storerooms and cleaner’s cupboards and the height of these can be adjusted to align with adjacent riser doors.
The Novista Riser doorsets are ideal for use in hotels as bathroom access doors, or risers, and also in commercial office buildings and apartments.
Ashley Burberry, Managing Director of Aspex UK:
ñThis new range demonstrates our commitment to providing our customers with the highest quality design solutions and helps to overcome the problem on many developments of unsightly riser cupboards.
We have demonstrated over recent years that we are happy to, either partner with Europe’s best-in-class manufacturers, or to develop our own products to meet the requirements of architects, designers and developers alike.î
The new Novista Riser doorset range is designed, manufactured and tested to exacting standards.
The doorsets are available with a fire rating of either FD30 or FD60, with both standard and concealed hinges, in either a three or four sided frame.
The Novista Riser doorset range is supplied in sections making the product easy to store, move around site and install.
The system is very versatile and can be used within either taped & jointed or plaster skimmed walls.
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