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Technical Forum

We want to clear up the main technical doubts that may arise regarding the assembly of our products and the necessary steps required to assemble them.

Doors and accessories for furniture, wardrobes and for walk-in wardrobes

The choice of the door opening system is a key point in the design of a wardrobe, and it is necessary to take into account factors such as: functionality, ease and continuity of use, making the most of space, as well as the appearance. At Emuca, we offer technical solutions for the furniture industry.

The main opening systems on wardrobes:

- Wardrobe with hinge door. See family 1.
This is the most common and classic system. Its hinge system makes it possible to open panels of different sizes and with different opening angles (up to 180º) and opening is quick and simple, although it is the system that takes up most space. If you do not have a large space, this may not be your best system. However, if your wardrobe is going to have very regular use, over time hinge doors are a lot more convenient than other systems.

- Wardrobe with sliding opening. See family 7.
They are suitable for large pieces of furniture as well as small ones and where you do not want disturbance when opening the doors. Half of the piece of furniture is always closed, but this is an ideal system for small spaces. Within this system there are inner sliding doors (within the structure itself of the furniture) and outer ones (completely hiding the wardrobe), and it can be installed built-in to the wall or free from it. In any case, our sliding doors have guide rails consisting of two rails with wheels.

What type of door should I choose for my wardrobe?

Generally, in our catalogue there are two forms of sale for profiling items:

Package sales: For that reason we have profiles cut to the specific measure (for example 3m) and packaged in the quantity outlined in the catalogue (for example 24m packaging). They are for immediate delivery as we have stock and they can be managed through our B2B.

Made to measure sales: For this purpose we have profiles in industrial packaging (for example m packaging) and in this way, our clients can request profiles made to a specific measure. The maximum cut measurement that can be requested is the length of the bar indicated with L (for example 3m).

This sales method implicitly involves extra management, opening codes, for opening codes, handling, cutting and packaging, as well as an extra delivery period from the order date.

These products can be requested through our B2B, although the assessment of the order (final price) is outstanding until the Customer Service Area gets in touch with the client in order to define the exact measurement, the quantity of profiles requested and the delivery period.

What do the codes with packaging in metres that are on lots of profiling products mean? What is the difference between them? Which do I choose?

When you assemble a wardrobe with a system of sliding doors it is necessary to mount handle profiles for opening and closing. In the Emuca catalogue there are different models created from aluminium and steel.

Depending on the sliding door system chosen, you can use certain handle profiles or other depending on their geometry. In the following table you can find the compatibility that exists between different sliding door systems and handle profiles.

ü   Compatible and ideal.

-    Compatible but not ideal.

x    Not compatible.

Which handle profiles can I mount with the different sliding door systems for wardrobes that there are in the Emuca catalogue?

The following video shows how the sliding door system for wardrobes is assembled.

According to the number of doors that comprise your wardrobe you can choose between different types of Free aluminium vertical profiles (A, B or C) to obtain different combinations of doors.

  • Type A. Central door used to create wardrobes with three doors. Created with two handle profiles.
  • Type B. Outer door used to create wardrobes with two or four doors. Created with a handle profile and a handle cover profile.
  • Type C. Inside door used to create wardrobes with two or four doors. Created with a vertical profile and a handle profile.

 

Which type of Free aluminium profiles must I choose depending on the number of doors on my wardrobe? What do the Free door types, A, B and C mean?

They can be removed or concealed in different ways depending on the type of stains.

Small black graze marks can be eliminated by simply rubbing them with a rubber used to rub out pencil.

With small shiny lines, you simply need to rub the area with a scouring pad (scotch-brite type) soaked in methylated spirits.

For small white circular marks, you can rub with the area with a scouring pad or cloth with Vaseline or some greasy substance.

The calculation for adhesive tape that should be used to guarantee the correct fastening of the glass is defined by the size of the door designed. For this task we have a simple calculation table.

How much adhesive tape must I use as a minimum in order to ensure the correct fastening of glass on aluminium frames that use it (Plus 14 - 15 - 17)?

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The double-sided adhesive table, Code. 6000215 is white acrylic foam tape that is 33x19mm with a thickness of 0.64mm. This tape has an acrylic adhesive that offers excellent adhesion to several finishes and plasticized vinyl. Likewise, it is resistant to solvents, extreme temperatures and UV rays, therefore it is recommended for several uses inside and outside.

In the attached document, you can see details of the technical characteristics of the double-side adhesive tape, code. 6000215.

The following sketch shows details of the machining that should be carried out on aluminium doors for the Aluroller 2 sliding system.

What machining do I need to carry out on aluminium doors for the Aluroller 2 sliding system?

The following sketch shows details of the machining that should be carried out for the bracket of the Plus 4-4E-11-16-18 aluminium profiles.

What machining do I need to carry out for the bracket of the Plus 4-4E-11-16-18 aluminium profiles?

The following sketch shows details of the machining that should be carried out for the bracket of the Plus 14 aluminium profiles.

What machining do I need to carry out for the bracket of the Plus 14 aluminium profiles?

The following sketch shows details of the machining that should be carried out for the bracket of the Plus 15 aluminium profiles.

What machining do I need to carry out for the bracket of the Plus 15 aluminium profiles?

The following sketch shows details of the machining that should be carried out for the bracket of the Plus 17 aluminium profiles.

What machining do I need to carry out for the bracket of the Plus 17 aluminium profiles?

The following sketch shows details of the machining that should be carried out for the bracket of the Plus 7 aluminium profiles.

What machining do I need to carry out for the bracket of the Plus 7 aluminium profiles?
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