Door dampers - the solution against slamming doors
Door dampers reliably prevent doors from slamming shut loudly. They provide a smooth and quiet closing, ensuring that they close completely and remain closed.
Door dampers close doors quietly
The door damper comes into action just before closing, gently guides the door shut and ensures it closes.
oor dampers make sure that doors close smoothly and reliably, regardless of their size and weight, and prevent them from slamming. They are ideal for places where doors must remain open occasionally as needed, but must not slam shut, such as hospitals, hotels, public buildings, restaurants, churches, apartment buildings, etc.
Door dampers provide a secure closing of doors
They contribute to saving energy and increasing safety.
DICTATOR door dampers ensure that doors do not remain open unintentionally and always close reliably due to the spring force. In both residential and commercial buildings, open doors can be a security risk as they allow unauthorized access. In many cases, they also contribute to energy savings, such as in cold storage rooms or saunas, where doors that are not fully closed lead to higher energy consumption.
Characteristics and models
- Door types: suitable for almost every door - overlapping, recessed and flush doors (with different hooks); different models for hinged and sliding doors
- Door weight: up to 200 kg (depending on spring force and model)
- Closing force: 20 - 115 N (depending on model and version)
- Finish: polished chome, satin chrome, stainless steel or coated black, white, grey or brown (depending on the model)
- Installation: Door dampers are typically installed in the middle of the top edge of the door. Some models also allow for other installation situations
- Damping characteristics: progressive, i.e. the door is reliably and smoothly damped, regardless of size and weight
- Closing speed: It is possible to adjust and adapt the speed of the door dampers
Door damper VS 2000
Fully encased model - sleek yet robust
Door damper V 1600
Universal model with encased cylinder
Door damper R 1400
For installation on the pull side of the door
Door damper Z 1000
Basic model for lightweight doors with exposed cylinder
Door damper H 1300
With reinforced joint for particularly heavy doors
Door damper for fire doors V 1600F
Special model for fire & smoke doors
Door damper Junior
The smallest model for small doors
Door damper V 1600 for sliding doors
With encased cylinder and mounting bracket for sliding doors
Door damper Z 1100 for sliding doors
Affordable basic model for lightweight sliding doors
No more loud slamming doors
Securely pull doors shut and keep them closed
Prevent damage to doors and hardware
No energy loss due to open doors
Quality products manufactured in our own facilities
Individual and personalized customer service
Application areas of door dampers
Door dampers for front doors and main doors
Entrance doors, apartment doors, and front doors of apartment buildings often close with a loud bang, especially if they are equipped with an overhead door closer. Other doors, however, do not close completely and remain open, which can be a safety hazard. Door dampers cushion the closing of the door and gently pull it shut. This ensures the safety and peace of mind of all residents.
Door dampers on fire doors
Fire doors in underground garages, parking lots or basements can slam loudly, which is very annoying for many residents. The reasons for this are the high weight, an incorrectly adjusted door closer or the different air pressure conditions in the fire protection locks. On the other hand, if one of the fire doors in the airlock is closed, it is possible that the other one does not close properly, which means that there is no fire seal. These problems can be avoided simply by using a door damper for fire doors.
Recommended products: V 1600 / V 1600F
Door dampers on cold storage rooms
In many commercial buildings of the food industry, cold room doors are used very frequently - often in a rush, with little regard for whether the door is closed or not. To ensure that the door actually closes and to avoid unnecessary costs and damage, this is a perfect application for door dampers.
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