Once a purely technical element, today the door is a real piece of furniture that can characterize home and work environments. Research is not only developing towards greater security, durability, ease of installation and maintenance, sophisticated technological minutiae. In fact, design is becoming increasingly refined and the choice of materials is expanding, ranging from wood to glass and metal. Among the most popular trends there is the flush-to-wall door: no jambs, no trims, no frames. So only what is necessary for minimal environments.
The Reversa 44 design by Protek – a company focused on counterframes for concealed sliding doors and windows – goes in this direction. Available in four standard dimensions for passageways, Reversa 44 meets all installation requirements, regardless of the direction of opening. Its design fits all wall thicknesses thanks to its specially designed elements that allow the counterframe to be attached to the support. Soundproofing is provided by the presence of gaskets on three sides, which block unwanted light flows too. At the same time, the die-cast aluminum button brackets ensure seal between the upright and the upper cross-piece, withstanding stresses.
The essential silhouette of Reversa 44, along with its two concealed hinges that can be adjusted on three axes, is guaranteed by the door panel supplied unfinished, with its inner honeycomb layer covered with a primer-treated MDF sheet that allows it to be quickly and easily painted. A magnetic lock completes the design, while the handle can be customized as needed.