Fensterbau Frontale 2018 proved to be a successful event for leading door hinge manufacturer SFS, providing the ideal opportunity for the company showcase its credentials.
It gave door manufacturers the chance to explore why its latest range provides unrivalled adjustability, visuals and performance across all doorset types.
The W-TEC 3D hinge range starred at the show; which SFS offers in any RAL colour to deliver an aesthetically incredible result in contrast or to colour match.
This highly engineered concealed hinge, which comes in two versions for standard and slim doors, gives the perfect solution for aesthetically-led heavyweight timber doors used in high-end residential, commercial and hospitality applications.
The quality of W-TEC 3D’s design and manufacture leads the market with its incredible stability and mechanical adjustability, ensuring precise installation and long term reliability.
Another popular hinge technology option for timber doorsets that attracted strong interest from visitors was the Easy 3D hinge.
This well-established, stainless steel hinge range is popular with manufacturers and installers across the continent, as it can be mechanically adjusted in three dimensions whilst fitted in situ.
This makes it far easier to achieve a textbook timber door installation.
In the UK, SFS is well known for its Dynamic hinge ranges for PVC-U, aluminium and composite doors; Fensterbau was a great showcase for the latest insights into how this range is further evolving.
Alongside the market-leading Dynamic 2D, designed to create high performance rebated doorsets due to its profile-specific sash plates, was Dynamic 3D.
This provides the same highly engineered quality and visual appeal, but with an extra level of adjustability.
SFS also showcased a concept version of Dynamic 3D, which could present a future solution for flush-fit doors.
Nigel Wood, Director of Sales – Hinge and Fastening Technology at SFS, described the high level of interest at Fensterbau as ‘fantastic’.
“Our European designed and manufactured products truly have raised the bar in terms of a hinge’s build quality, adjustability and visual appeal and we look forward to expanding our relationships with UK architects, joinery manufacturers and door fabricators to help the market benefit further,” he said.
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