Doorco has introduced of FLiP, a door cassette system with Foam in Place technology.
MD Dan Sullivan explained: “It is an exciting development. Not only does it offer us greater control over the supply chain and guarantees for our customers, it also unlocks endless possibilities for door design.
“To date, the lack of contemporary glazing options has restricted opportunity for further product development. Others have tried to solve this issue, but no new designs have been launched that have anywhere near the same qualities as the current bestselling traditional system, and there’s a reluctance from incumbent cassette manufacturers to make any substantial development investment.
“Doorco is committed to innovation and thanks to our independently owned status, we are in charge of our own destiny. We felt it was time to address the glazing cassette problem.
“FLiP offers the freedom to choose the design, finish and colour to suit any style of house and make a unique statement. The three design options include clean, modern profiles through to traditional bevels, all with a low profile to fit nicely with the overall design of the door.”
1. Traditional with Standard – the re-designed moulded option with a woodgrain finish,
2. Eclectic with Flat Grained – squared-off flat profile with a woodgrain effect,
3. Modern with Flat Stipple – squared-off flat profile with a smooth, stippled effect that matches Links.
He continued: The revolutionary Foam in Place technology offers pre sealed outer frames delivering a superior seal, with structural connectors that are flexible to use with 24-26mm glass units and a unique tilting head that adjusts to the thickness of the glass. The innovative angled corner protector reduces corner flare and supports heavy units, with an optional component to insert for larger apertures for additional security if needed. Consistent components are installed with a simple click-together mechanism that requires minimal use of tools (just a screwdriver), resulting in a cassette that sits flush to the surface of the door. The cassettes are fully re-glazeable.