Laminated oak wood ( see woods file )
Internal Ø16 tubing placed horizontally in the staves
Variable stave width
Hardware opening and closing
Medium walnut stain ( see finishes and stain colours file )
Water-based outdoor finish
( complete cycle stain, primer, hand sanding and finish )
The wood used for the coating are laminated fir and pine
- Telescopic rod lock with internal-external key for knob
- Door bolt for shutters
- Fittings for folding two / three / four doors (with or without snap clasp)
- Tit for folding shutters
- Black steel safe kit (patented)
- Wall hinge with chemical anchors
- Sub-frames from galvanized iron hinges and 25x25 mm with long shanks for outer coat
- "Shutter-locker" with pressure cap and rear stop
- "Shutter-locker" with a long neck screw cap pressure and still post
- Snap-to-ceiling windows
- Magnetic shutters
- Magnetic shutters for outer coat
Shutters with rubber corner stoppers: it blocks the shutter without having to pierce the wall outside. Very useful in the presence of outer coats polystyrene or mortar of old buildings. It is installed on the inside of the door
Conifer found in central and northern Europe. It has an excellent workability and stability; it is suitable for both internal and external carpentry products. Pine wood has a light-pale yellow colour and like many conifer woods it has darker nodes commonly called knots. Use: interior doors, external doors and windows, furnishings, beams, bridges, playgrounds and toys. Specific weight: dry Kg/m3 450/490.
Conifer found in European and Siberian alpine areas. Hard and resinous wood, very resistant and long lasting; it has a red-yellowish colour, with a range of different shades. It has a good workability but due to its strong mechanical characteristics it is stable only in the laminated form. It is suitable to manufacture beams, interior doors, external doors and windows and carpentry products in general. Specific weight: dry Kg/m3 600/700.
Conifer found in northern Europe. It has an excellent workability and stability; it is suitable for both internal and external carpentry products. Pine wood has a pinkish-yellow colour and like many conifer woods it has darker nodes commonly called knots. Use: interior doors, external doors and windows and furnishings. Specific weight: dry Kg/m3 500/550.
Broad leaf tree mainly found in Europe but also in America. The colour of the wood ranges from brownish yellow to ochre. Use: furnishings, door and window frames in general and of course the French oak barrels that give wine an unmistakable perfume. Excellent workability and stability, and easy to find on the market. Specific weight: dry Kg/m3 700/750.
Blinds - Certification antone stavedCertificate of Compliance pursuant to DG34 - Anton staved
Mini Blinds - CertificationCertificate of Compliance pursuant to SM20 - dark mini
Open batten shutter - CertificationCertificate of Compliance pursuant to SA44 - open shutter slat