Ergonomic and stylish storage space with maximum reach.
February 25th, 2010
Easy to open, silent and smooth – the latest kitchen cupboard range from Hafele offers everything you could want from your storage space.
The fittings in the Huwil range are easy to operate, with sophisticated designs allowing you to maximise the use of high cupboard storage space.
The Senso Bi-folding Lift Up fitting with two door flaps, folds in the centre when opening.
The door can be adjusted to individual heights, remains easy to reach in any desired position, and closes smoothly and silently thanks to Huwil’s soft-close mechanism.
The Verso Swing Up flap fitting is ideal for overhead cabinets with larger fronts, as the door swings up and over the cabinet. If the cabinet has a cornice or moulding, the door will swing up and over.
Like all Huwil overheads, the door stops in the desired position and closes smoothly and quietly.
The Strato Parallel lift up front fitting for single fronts lifts parallel to the cabinet. This lift is ideal for wall cabinets that have cabinets above. The Strato is perfect for concealing microwaves and appliances.
Like the other lifts from Huwil, the Strato can be stopped at any desired position, making it easy to open and close.
All three overhead fittings are also available in an electronic version.
The E-Senso, E-Verso and E-Strato, offer electric opening and closing and include a programmable push button that can be installed out of sight in the bottom of the cabinet, which allows the user to set the stopping point of the door.
All Lift-up fittings from Huwil are silver grey and suitable for both aluminium framed and timber doors from 350 – 900 mm wide and up to 24.5kg in weight.
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