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Dampers

Closing a sliding door as comfortably and gently as a kitchen drawer - these stop absorbers increase comfort and safety when operating large and heavy sliding sashes.
Comfort close

Comfort close

The Comfort close is the invisible champion among stop absorbers. It is installed invisibly and automatically brakes the sash when closing, so it closes gently. This increases safety and prevents the trapping of fingers in the sash.

Comfort stop

Comfort stop

The Comfort stop brakes the sash when opening, just before its final position, and gently brings it to a standstill. Such details show the quality of lift&slide elements.

Comfort end-position dampers

Comfort end-position dampers

If a sliding sash is closed very forcefully, the comfort end-position damper slows down the sash considerably. This slow closing of heavy sash weights preserves the structure. The Comfort end-position damper replaces the standard buffer.

Superior limit stop dampers

Superior limit stop dampers

If the sliding sash is closed forcefully, the superior limit stop dampers slow down the sash considerably. The structure, above all, benefits from the reduction in speed of heavy sash weights. This is because the impact of the sash is reduced, thereby protecting the surrounding masonry. This also prevents any risk of injury. The superior limit stop dampers can be used instead of the standard buffer.

Advantages & benefits

Advantages for

Fabricators

  • Increased comfort, especially with heavy sash weights
  • Limit stop dampers slow the door down when it hits the frame
  • Prevents supporting components from being deformed
  • Protects the building structure
  • Can be flexibly retrofitted
Benefits for

End users

  • Exceptionally soft closing thanks to the reduction in speed of the lift&slide door
  • Significantly brakes the lift&slide door if it is closed with force
  • Prevents supporting components from being deformed

 

  • Protects the building structure
  • Reduces closing noise
  • Prevents possible risk of injury, i.e. due to trapped fingers
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