Which door function will work for my house?
In need of front doors, back doors or patio doors? Should it be inward or outward opening? …or will sliding doors be the thing you need?
Below you will find descriptions of our different door functions – to help you make the right choice.
Please note that not all functions are available in all product series.
Outward opening front door
Side hung outward opening front doors are locked with a deadbolt, latch and multi-locking-point hook bolt mechanism, which is operated by lever handles both internally and externally with lockable cylinders.
Front doors are available with internal thumb turn, mid-rails, glazing bars, styling bars or panels as required. The single leaf entrance door is available with or without sidelights. Double doors have a floating mullion.
Inward opening front door
Inward opening front doors are side hung with powder coated and height adjustable hinges. All Idealcombi panel doors are supplied with a three point hook bolt espagnolette and safety keeps. Along with the two mushroom bolts at the top and bottom this makes the door very resistant to break-ins. The entrance door comes as single door without side lights and as a double door.
Outward opening patio door
Outward opening patio doors are locked with a single handle on the inside that operates a multi-locking-point hook bolt mechanism. This includes a night vent position. A handle operated friction brake holds the door in any open position by turning the handle to the closed position whilst the door is open. Available with mid-rails, glazing bars, styling bars or panels as required. Double terrace doors have a floating-mullion.
Inward opening patio door
The Idealcombi Frame IC inward opening patio door is side hung with powder coated and height adjustable hinges. The door is equipped with safety keeps and an espagnolette with adjustable mushroom bolts. The terrace door is operated with a single handle on the door leaf and can be locked in any open position for ventilation. Available as a single or double terrace doors.
Outward opening flush panel door
Outward opening flush panel doors are side hung and available with a smooth door leaf or with grooves and/or vision panels in various shapes for glazing. Flush panel doors are available as single doors with or without side lights and double doors with a floating-mullion for maximum opening widths when required.
Inward opening flush panel door
Inward opening flush panel doors are available with a smooth door leaf or with grooves and/or vision panels in various shapes for vision panels. Flush panel doors comes with powder coated, height adjustable hinges and are available both as single doors with or without fixed sidelights and as double doors with a floating mullion.
Tilt-turn patio door
The tilt-turn patio door is inward opening and operated by a single handle controlling the espagnolette mechanism. The tilt function is achieved by turning the handle 90° (horizontal) and the turn function by turning the handle 180° (upright). When in tilt mode the top of the sash opens 10-15 cm inwards with an opening of approx. 20 mm.
The sliding door consists of two parts, a sliding part and a fixed part. When in the closed position both are in line. Upon opening, the sliding part moves outwards and then parallel across in front of the fixed part. The sliding part is equipped with 2 handles that operate a multi-locking point mushroom bolt espagnolette, with a night latch position.
Double sliding doors
When in the closed position all units closes flush in line. The middle sashes open outward in opposite directions in front of the fixed lights at either end. Both sliding parts are equipped with two handles that operate a multi-locking point mushroom bolt espagnolette. On opening, the double sliding door can be locked in a night latch position for ventilation.
Low threshold sliding doors
The sliding door consists of two parts, a sliding part and a fixed part. The sliding part moves on the external side of the door. A safety catch on the mullion must be activated before opening the sliding part. The low threshold sliding door is then controlled by a single handle placed on the side of the sash. Upon opening, the sliding part moves approximately 6 mm outwards and then parallel across in front of the fixed part.