Kitchen & Bath Design News

MAR 2019

Kitchen & Bath Design News is the industry's leading business, design and product resource for the kitchen and bath trade.

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 78 of 83

THERMALLY FUSED LAMINATE COLLECTION Arauco has debuted its 2019-2020 Prism Thermal- ly Fused Laminate collection with 16 décors and two new textures. The company manufactures the par- ticleboard, MDF or HDF substrate used for Prism TFL in North America, then partners with suppliers of complementary products such as edgebanding, doors, molding, HPL and 3DL. The two new textures include Boreal and Velvet, while the décors include three new woodgrains, an update to Taction Oak (shown), two walnuts, a textile-inspired design and a solid blue accent, among others. Circle No. 238 on Product Card PUSH-TO-OPEN DRAWER MECHANISM Hettich's Push-to-Open Silent opens draw- ers mechanically in response to a light press on the front panel. On shutting, they close in a gently cushioned movement. The system recognizes drawers closed by hand and does not reopen them accidentally. And, if there's a lack of momentum on closing, a drawer energy storage system prevents the drawer from opening again and reduces the force needed to close it next time. Circle No. 235 on Product Card UNDERMOUNT DRAWER RUNNERS Offering static load capacities from 125-175 lbs., Movento undermount runners by Blum offer design freedom for deep, wide drawers that hold anything from cast iron pots to appliances and pantry items. Standard with soft-close Blumotion, Movento runners have a light glide, the firm notes. Circle No. 239 on Product Card HIDDEN HINGE SYSTEM Grass America introduces the Tiomos H fully recessed, hidden hinge system. The Tiomos H hinge is integrated into the cabinet and virtually disap- pears, according to the company. Tiomos H offers a 105°-opening angle and three-dimensional adjustment. The integrated soft-closing mechanism provides a smooth, quiet close, the firm notes. The hinge system is available in two finishes. Circle No. 237 on Product Card METAL CABINET DRAWER SYSTEM Hardware Resources presents its Dura-Close metal cabinet drawer system. These versatile drawer boxes can be used with frameless or face-frame cabinetry and are constructed of solid steel with a slate-gray powder-coat finish. Customers can mix or match cabinet materials with the drawers and add customized wood drawer fronts that bring their personal style to the forefront. Circle No. 236 on Product Card INTEGRATED CABINET DOOR HANDLES REHAU modern custom cabinet doors, available in more than 100 high-gloss, matte, glass, metallic and natural designs, are now offered with REHAU integrated handles. The seamless cabinet doors are finished with matching REHAU Laser- Edge technology and can be fabricated with invisible integrated handles. Two streamlined handle profiles – hidden recessed 2 mm and J-channel 32mm – are available in four matte anod- ized aluminum colors: Silver, Champagne, Anthracite and Black. The handles complement the company's range of modern doors in slab, five-piece Shaker and three-piece Sienna styles. Circle No. 240 on Product Card AUTOMATIC CABINET DOOR OPENER Richelieu's Libero electronic and automatic door opener permits a hands-free opening for quick and easy access to the waste receptacle. The device is activated by waving a foot in front of the sensor locat- ed in the toekick, which then triggers the release and opening of the cabinet or drawer. An integrated LED light indicates the sensor's position. To avoid unin- tended openings, the device is equipped with a control that identifies obstacles. Circle No. 241 on Product Card PULL-OUT CABINET SYSTEM Vauth-Sagel has added A PAM (Power-Assisted- Movement) mechanism to the VS TAL Larder pull-out cabinet system. In the new generation of VS Tal Larder, PAM refers to a synchronized pull-out movement, a new hydraulic action soft-close system and a new type of soft-open damper mechanism. Circle No. 242 on Product Card March 2019 • 79 MANUFACTURING & FABRICATING

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Kitchen & Bath Design News - MAR 2019