Decorative Door Products (DDP) by RegaLead has launched the latest addition to the company’s Inox range of glazed options for doors.
Inox Monaco is manufactured using 316 grade stainless steel glazing frames, which according to DDP, provide a ‘distinctive European flavour’, and are guaranteed to keep their high shine and stunning looks for years to come.
With a long, slim glazing detail running virtually the full length of the door, Monaco provides a very contemporary style which can be easily created using a 44mm flush composite slab from any of the major suppliers, as well as with the DoorCo Monza grooved slab.
DDP’s turnkey solution includes CNC programming information, weather performance test data from Wintech, glazing methodology and the stainless steel glazing frames themselves. For customers buying in prepped slabs, the company has worked closely with several partners to ensure a wide range of programmes have been set up for cutting the various apertures. Initially a range of six glass styles in 41mm units will be offered from stock for use with the Monaco door and Inox frame combination.
Paul Edwards, market manager for the DDP division commented: “Since the launch of Inox Glazing in 2013, it has proven very popular with both the trade and consumers due to its highly contemporary European look, but as it’s manufactured using a standard 44 composite door, it offers the same security, performance and insulation characteristics of the more conventional composite door styles. We are delighted to introduce another stunning design to the range in the Monaco, in order to provide even greater choice for composite door fabricators who want to differentiate their offering from their competitors’.”