New folding door

Centor is launching the new 345 Folding Door, which has concealed hardware.

Centor’s 345 Folding Doors feature the same panels and concealed hardware as its 405 Integrated contemporaries but with a smaller frame, like a standard folding door.

Concealed hinges have long been a major attraction of Integrated Doors as they provide rooms with an uncluttered backdrop, the company said.

The new Access AutoLatch – a concealed lever – replaces the traditional interior door handle and is hidden from view in the door stile. The lever is lifted to open the doors from the inside. On the exterior, a slimline vertical pull-handle allows panels to be opened.

The Access AutoLatch allows doors with two panels left or two panels right to have full key access from the outside.

The Centor AutoLatch is used to close and secure intermediate panels in one movement, with one hand; they have smooth fingertip operation.

Single panels can be folded back a full 180º to create completely clear openings.

Constructed from ‘thermally improved’ aluminium, Centor 345 Folding Doors feature rigid square-cut corners, and all extrusions are painted after cutting and machining.