Easy and fast installation of Profile Pulls by Rincomatic Clip-System
Aluminum extruded handles have been around for many years and the different ways they are attached to the doors varies depending on how the profile handle is manufactured.
Among the most popular variants are the profile handles with a barb protruding out from the bottom of the profile. In order to attach this profile handle to the door, the barb must be inserted into the edge of the flat panel. This installation requires a groove to be cut into the edge of every slab door, then apply adhesive into the groove and clamp the handle in place for a long time until it is completely dry. Grooving the edge of the panel is a process that must be done very accurately by a skilled professional and it is time consuming as it must be repeated for every door.
Another assembly option for these alternative aluminum extruded profiles on slab doors is inserting a couple of screws from the back of the door or drawer into the profile handle. Although this is an alternative, it may not offer the clean outcome that an architect or designer is looking for when thinking of a modern kitchen with elegant slab doors.
Looking at these existing alternatives to attach aluminum pulls on to the doors and continuing with its motto of simplifying the installation process Rincomatic developed a fast and clean solution to install Syma aluminum profile handles. They achieved this by creating a self-aligning clip which is comprised of two parts, assembling plate & template, attached to each other. In three simple steps you can install the Rincomatic continuous edge handle on to the door, no grooving, no measuring, simply clip-on the Syma aluminum handle and the job is done!
- Position this self-aligning-clip on the edge of the door: either from the back for Syma straight 90º profile handle or from the front for the Syma angled 45º integrated profile pulls.
- Place the screw provided into the guiding tube, and screw the clip into the edge of the door.
- Snap off the template and then to clip the aluminum handle on.