Distinction Door’s glazing cassette has been designed to offer a ‘seamless, high quality’ finish, adding value to what the company says is already an ‘impressive’ composite door.
According to Distinction, there are no unsightly screws or plugs, with no compromise on security. The white, black, red, blue and green solid colour cassettes are through-coloured, meaning that they are robust and tolerant to the inevitable knocks and scratches. The pre-stained colours perfectly match the composite door colours, ensuring a consistent high quality finish. Attention to detail is also evident in the moulding design and grain effect, both of which are designed to complement the composite door perfectly.
Distinction Doors offers 12 glass ranges, from traditional to modern, to help homeowners personalise their home. All but one of the ranges are triple glazed, protecting the decorative glass from the elements, sustaining its pristine appearance and providing ease of cleaning.
For fabricators and installers, the cassette is easy to fit because it simply snaps together, cutting down installation time. It is also reversible because each assembly consists of an identical inner and outer cassette, both of which have symmetrical male and female connectors. The cassettes have channels around the outer and inner edges to accommodate glazing tape or sealant. Externally and internally, the inner channel houses the seal between the cassette and the glass unit, and the outer channel houses the seal between the cassette and the door skin.
The Distinction Doors glazing cassette is unique to Distinction and technical director, Dave Walker, is proud of what it has to offer. He said: “Like everything to do with a Distinction Door, our glazing cassettes are designed to add value to our customers’ portfolios and we are proud to supply such a high quality product.”