ACCESSORIES MAKE IT PERSONAL

Tropical Windows & Doors offer many options to make your window and door personally and fit your whishes.

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GEORGIAN BARS

GIVE YOUR HOUSE THE COLONIAL LOOK

Create a distinctive look by options for Georgian bars also known as glass dividers, which can either sit between your glass panes for easy cleaning or externally for a touch of authenticity.
 

There are three posibilties to create a Georgians bar:
A. Regular construction Post (very strong but robuust look)
B. In between the glazing (perfect for cleaning), 
C. Glued on top of the glass (slim look and beautiful) additionally, externally glued Georgian bars have formed partitions in between the glass panes.

Internal and glued Georgians bars are avaliable in 8, 18, 28, and 45 mm width, RAL color, styles and woodgrain options
 

 

ROLLER HINGE

REPRESENTATIVE ENTRANCE

A door hinge must be slen­der, in­con­spic­u­ous and sturdy, should sat­isfy high de­sign stan­dards and ful­fill its func­tion. A solid hinge made of ex­truded alu­minium and an an­odised alu­minium bear­ing pin en­sure great sta­bil­ity. Ideal when a door must look great.

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SCREW-ON HINGE

FOR COMEMRCIAL AND FUNCTIONAL DOORS

It is especially suited for extreme installation widths, doors with narrow frames or even with flexible sections.

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PUSH & PULL BARS

COMMERCIAL COMFORT

Aluminium/Inox tube handles are the perfect fit for commercial use.

Available in: Aluminium and INOX

Finish:
- Plain aluminium
- Anodized
- RAL9016 Traffic white
- RAL8019 Grey brown
- RAL9005 Jet black
- Custom RAL

 

DOOR CLOSING SOLUTIONS

NOISELESSLY CHECKING, CLOSING AND HOLDING OF DOORS

Door checks are the real answer to slamming doors noiselessly control the closing of your doors, no more door slamming.

Door checks put an end to slamming doors because they catch the door thrown shut by hand, or by a gust of wind just before the "great bang" and then pull it quietly and safely to the completely closed position. 
For this reason they are ideal e.g. in hospitals, public buildings, hotels, offices and many other buildings. Door checks have also proven to be the ideal solution in very sensible areas where every shaking may damage precious equipment, e.g. in research laboratories.

Door checks make sure doors will be completely closed thus contribute to more energy efficiency and safety. 

Also the ideal addition to an overhead door closer when there are problems closing the door due to influences of the wind or to too much resistance caused by the door lock. Entrance doors, especially to residential buildings, should always be closed to prevent unauthorised persons from entering. A door check together with the usually already mounted overhead door closer ensures this, at different wind conditions and temperatures!

 

 

DOOR DAMPING SOLUTIONS

PREVENT DAMAGE

Back checks with hydraulic damping slow down hinged doors opening too fast and  limit the opening angle of the door. Thus they prevent damage to the door and the hinges.

The door can effortlessly be moved by hand. The cushioning of the back check prevents too high opening speed of the door (e.g. by a sudden gust of wind). 
Back checks are often used on doors which could bump into a wall or something similar by gusts of wind, draught or just during opening being torn from the user's hand. Beside the damage this could cause to the door, the fittings and possibly the wall, doors opening at uncontrolled speed present a risk of accident not to be underestimated.
The back checks are produced in two basic versions: with or without adjustment of the damping force. Of both versions there are available several series for different sizes of doors.

Back checks impede the uncontrolled opening of hinged doors. They slow down doors opening too fast and limit the opening angle. Thus they prevent damage to the door and the hinges.

The door can effortlessly be moved by hand. The cushioning of the back check prevents too high opening speed of the door (e.g. by a sudden gust of wind).

Back checks are used on doors which could bump into a wall or something similar by gusts of wind, draught or just during opening being torn from the user’s hand. Beside the damage this could cause to the door, the fittings and possibly the wall, doors opening at uncontrolled speed present a risk of accident not to be underestimated.

The back checks are produced in two basic versions:

- with preset damping force (TB)
- with adjustment of the damping force (TBR)

Of both versions there are available several series for different sizes of doors. Most of the back checks are also available with an integrated mechanical stop in the open position.

 

 

 

 

DOOR HOLDING SOLUTION

KEEPING YOUR DOOR IN ANY DESIRED POSITION

The door holders keep doors open in any position desired.

All ZE door holders feature a very strong and sturdy construction. The casing is all of a piece and therefore very resistant also against vandalism. That makes them ideal where door holders regularly are damaged either by carelessness or on purpose.

The door holders are rustproof. All metallic parts of the door holders are made of either aluminium or stainless steel, including the internal parts. The door holders are therefore ideal for use outdoors and in humid environments.

The piston rod of the Design Line is visible only when the door is fixed. The new construction makes it possible that the door holder even with a stroke of 160 mm is not longer than the one of the Standard series with only a stroke of 90 mm.

The Design Line can even compensate very large clearances between the lower edge of the door and the floor. Due to the integrated spring in the foot of  the door holder, the door remains securely in the adjusted position, even in case of uneven or polished floors. Both types of door holders are comfortably operated by just using a foot.

The standard finish of the door holder is silver aluminium. With the Standard Line other finishes are available on request. The Design Line contains also an execution in black or white.

Operation:

The door is fixed in the desired position simply by stepping down the piston rod of the door holder. In case of the Standard series you step on the rubber knop atop the door holder, in case of the Design Line on the metal foot at the bottom of the casing. A small internal spring presses the foot firmly against the floor and prevents the door from moving.

To release the door you tread the metal plate in the bottom of the casing (Design Line). The piston rod automatically retreats and the door is again free to move.