MUNDUS fittings

New patch fittings provide seamless glass solution

  • 25 Jan 2016

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DORMA has launched a new range of patch fittings to provide an a frameless glass solution for doors and other structures.

MUNDUS seamless fittingsThe MUNDUS fittings consist of clearly defined edges which blend into radiused corners. This is complemented by the addition of a dark trim between the patch fitting and the glass to obscure any visible fixings which could interfere with the seamless design scheme.

The fittings are available in a range of cover finishes including satin and polished stainless steel, aluminium and a number of new colour finishes.

Suitable for a variety of glass thicknesses from 8mm to 22mm and door panel weights of up to 200kg, DORMA MUNDUS fittings allow for the easy creation for 24 standard types of toughened-glass assembly and customised solutions.

The flexibility of the fittings also allows for the retrofitting to existing installations.

Clamp & Glue Technology

If Laminated Safety Glass is required, DORMA’s established Clamp & Glue Technology allows for an easy installation by securing clamping plates with an adhesive and injecting glue through inlet holes to ensure a permanent fit.

The adhesive cures within minutes, leaving the glass held firmly in place.

Archie Teagle, Product Marketing Manager at DORMA said: “Our new MUNDUS patch fittings offer specifiers high quality, outstanding performance and seamless aesthetics. 

Having already received the Interior Innovation Award from the German Design Council, we are delighted to introduce our latest range to the UK market.”

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