We want to clear the main technical questions that may arise about the operation of our products and the steps necessary for their assembly.
The following video shows how you can easily assemble the Simply hidden shelf bracket.
The choice of a system for fold-down doors using a steel cable, like Microwinch or Miniwinch, depends on the height and weight of the door. To do so, you simply need to follow these simple steps:1\. Check the height and the weight of the door. 2\. Once you have obtained the values, look up the selection table. Depending on the weight of the door, you will be able to choose one fold-down system or another. Also, the table will indicate the number of systems needed for said door (x 1 or x2).
The Miniwinch folding door system can be installed in both wooden and aluminium doors.You only need to consider that it needs a door with A+10 where A is the side thickness of the furniture.For example, if the side thickness of the furniture is 19 mm, the door will be fitted at 29 mm.If the aluminium profile is 45 mm wide, it can be fitted because it can go inside the profile.We can also use the Ankor hinge in this combination, because it can fit easily.
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).
Mechanism for swing doors Miniwinch
Microwinch mechanism for folding doors
Drop-absorbing compass For folding SDS
For lift-ups NSDX
Drop-absorbing compass Trunk lids NSDX
Drop-absorbing compass For folding NSDX
Piston for lift-ups doors
H piston for lift-ups doors
Piston for folding doors
H piston for folding doors
Mechanism for swing doors Miniwinch with cover
The noise levels suitable for our environment depend on our activity, considering we are continuously surrounded by noise such as vehicle traffic, industries and construction sites. Exposure to prolonged noise can affect our health causing stress, anxiety, irritability, insomnia, fatigue, headache, dizziness, hypertension, muscle tension, heart problems, hearing loss (temporary, irreversible or progressive) and tinnitus. The range of human’s ear audible sounds is from 0 to 120 decibels (dB), 75dB can be harmful, depending on intensity or exposure time. The noise levels in our environment should be as follows: - At home from 40 to 50dB. These are the typical values of a quiet room and a conversation with no environmental or background noise. - To sleep 30dB. The WHO establishes that continuous noise should not exceed 30dB as it can disturb sleep quality, and an instantaneous noise should not exceed 45dB since it can result in waking us up in the night. - At work 60dB. The usual office environment noise level is 60 dB, being 85dB the maximum allowed in Spain for an eight-hour workday, in case the intensity increases by 3dB, the noise exposure time should be halved. - In the city from 50 to 90dB. The range is 50 to 90 dB, depending on the city vehicles traffic and the instantaneous noise such as sirens and alarms.
An operational E-Fan air freshener emits 28 decibels, a reduced value considering that the WHO establishes that a continuous noise level of less than 30dB is suitable for resting.
The following video shows how you can easily assemble the Twice Top mechanism.
The following video shows how you can easily assemble the Sestante mechanism.