Doors are an open and shut case for GEZE UK
Architects and specifiers looking for manual door closers can now find all the information they need at the click of a mouse thanks to a new online guide from GEZE UK.
The new ‘Door Closers For Every Application’ brochure provides a clear and comprehensive overview of the company’s most popular manual door closers.
Available to download from the company’s website, this easy-to-use electronic guide provides a wealth of information about some of their most highly regarded closers available, their functionality and suitability for use in specific situations. This is complemented by fully illustrated full colour images, together with separate features and approvals boxes so architects and specifiers can identify each product’s benefits at a glance.
GEZE UK understands that when it comes to interior design attention to detail can make a big difference. As a result, its range of overhead door closers are available in a range of different finishes including traditional silver, RAL, satin stainless steel, polished stainless steel and EP polished brass as well as special finishes such as bronze or pewter.
What’s more, each overhead closer has the same styling ensuring design consistency throughout the building, even when different closers have been specified to meet the specific needs of different doors. They also have the same fitting footprint as other GEZE closers, meaning that it’s easy to upgrade to larger units without having to re-drill the door.
Each closer is fully tested and certified in accordance with applicable standards EN 1154, EN 1155 and EN 1158. In addition each closer holds a relevant Certifire certificate, are CE marked and have a Declaration of Performance.
Managing director Kaz Spiewakowski said: “The new electronic brochure will prove to be an invaluable tool for anyone specifying manual door closers in the UK. It will allow architects to compare the benefits, functionality and suitability of each closer for their specific project ensuring that they make the best specification decisions right from the start.”