Linear Plexiglass door
In this model of the wooden door, only the thickness edge of the glass on the door frame is visible, and its purpose is to show the brightness on the other side of the door frame. In this design, the wooden door is cut with CNC machines and the glass is placed inside the door. In this model, fixed or customer-proposed designs can be used to make the door and frame. Privacy and the desire for a specific level of privacy, along with the brightness of the room (the light being on!), are fully observed in this model. The special beauty and modern or minimalist design of these designs are noteworthy.
This model is designed with a minimalist perspective. A 10mm thick clear or smoked plexiglass piece is placed inside the 44-45mm thick polywood frame, encompassing two contrasting visual characteristics: visibility and privacy. Visibility refers to the presence or absence of light and shadow movement, while privacy indicates that nothing else can be seen or identified on the other side of the door, except for light and shadow. When using this model with gray and graphite spectrum coatings, the linear plexiglass is not easily distinguishable from a distance, making this feature very attractive to customers.
The PVC decorative coating is waterproof, washable, installed to standard, and equipped with a factory-installed lockset. This model is used for various residential, educational, administrative, hospital, and other applications.
This model of door leaf can be produced and executed in various frame and door structures including:
- Metal frame with different types of rebate, without cover, with one-sided cover, and two-sided cover.
- Polywood flush frame in various sizes such as C-frame, Modern 120, and Modern 240 millimeters.
- Hidden frameless structure.
- Weatherstripping with metal or polywood frame, as well as with axis and pivot hinges.
For FLUSH polywood frame: assembling the three-sided jamb sleeve and installing the hinge and leveler in the jamb with the help of a gauge, inserting the door into the jamb and adjusting the door frame fillers for standard air gap, final inspection, foam injection, installation of bumpers, installation of lock cylinders and handles according to the quality control checklist for installation.