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We have a table for calculating the weight of a door, which is necessary to know when choosing guy ropes and measurements.
Depending on the material of the door, as well as its dimensions, the result will be the weight of the door (kg) that you can use to calculate to the necessary strength of the measure (Kg x cm).
We have a table for calculating the pistons or dampners, where you can obtain a response with the furniture data.
The choice will depend on the width and the height of the door, as well as the material it is manufactured out of, in addition to the stroke of the piston or damper itself.
The result will be the number of pistons or dampners and the necessary strength of each one.
For the same force required in both folding and lift up doors, we recommend that you only use a single piston or damper in a door with a width of less than 450 mm, and that you use two pistons or dampers for a door that is wider than 450 mm.
HOW TO CALCULATE THE MOUNTING:
Add E+1 to calculate A and X, being E the thickness of the board.
CALCULATING STRENGTH OF STAY
F: Force supported by piston in Kg.
P: Weight of door in Kg.
H: Height of door in mm.
B: Fixing point of piston in mm.
CALCULATING WEIGHT OF DOOR
P = Weight of the door in Kg.
H = Height of the door in cm.
A = Width of the door in cm.
e = Thickness of the door in cm.
d = Density of door material
Particle board: d = 0.72Kg/dm3.
MDF: d = 0,75Kg/dm3.
Glass: d = 2,54Kg/dm3.
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