ULTRA Flush Hinged

ULTRA Flush Hinged

£529.95

ex. VAT

£635.94

inc. VAT

£635.94

£529.95

ex. VAT

Original inc. VAT price: £635.94

£635.94

ALL PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO DELIVERY & VAT

Qty

Trade prices available please call on  03309980617

 

  • Please note the 762x1981 doors arent due in stock until 20.05.2024 - Frame can be sent out for this and then door installed afterwards.
  • The Ultra Flush Hinged is a universal design allowing one aluminium frame to be installed four ways.
  • Left or Right, Push or Pull opening.
  • The Ultra has a special edge profile that has been specifically designed to grip the plaster allowing for a minimilist achitrave free look.
  • Comes supplied with OSB spacers that keeps the frame perfectly plumb when installing.
  • The frame arrives primed and protected against oxidisation.
  • Can be used with standard metal, timber stud walls or masonry
  • Minimum stud 63mm - No max
  • Supplied with 3 way adjustable hinges allowing for a perfect flush finish.
  • Supplied with magnetic latch, bumper seals, hinges, hinge cover plates and strike plate.
  • Supplied with the doors.
  • Door Handles are not supplied.

FLUSH DOORS

The complete solution to your door and opening needs! 

RDF offers a prerouted FD30 44mm solid flush primed door to fit perfectly into the Ultra flush hinged door kit.

PRIMED DOORS

  • Advantages of the Primed to go:

  • No face sanding or priming required Ultra-smooth and opaque surface***

  • New polymer face will accept wide range of paint types

  • Reduces site cost and time

  • Easy to achieve a professional finish

  • Tested to EN ISO 2409/DIN 53151 – grade 0-1 FD30

  • All Primed 2 Go products are FSC® Certified

*** These doors are specificily routed/serviced to suit our frame after the finish of the door has been applied, therefore the rebated back section and rebated front will need to be primed please see below***

   

CARE & HANDLING

  • Self-adhesive tape (whether low-tac or otherwise), used while adding site protection to door faces and edges during installation; must not come into direct contact with the actual face or edge of the door. This has the potential to cause damage and so the doors would not be covered under our normal guarantee should this have occurred.

  • The weight of fire doors and other solid core doors are heavier than would normally be handled by one person. Doors should normally be handled by at least 2 people. Doors should always be stacked on a flat and level surface in a well ventilated room. The stack height should be limited to ensure safe handling is possible. Never store a door on its edge or end.

  • Use at least three load bearers to allow equal weight distribution. Ensure that the bearers are wider than the door. Always stack the widest doors at the bottom.

  • Do not allow direct sunlight on the doors, as this may cause fading.

  • The door must not be stored or fitted in a building with wet trades. For example, plastering should have been finished and given time to completely dry. Doors and frames must be stored in dry conditions and free from excessive moisture levels.

  • If stacking doors, store them in the sequence you are using them to prevent unnecessary movement.

  • Products manufactured from timber related materials. along with the packaging, are combustible, therefore the product should be stored away from radiant heat or fire. In case of fire, use water to extinguish. When using timber products splinters may occur. Care should always be taken and where appropriate protective gloves should be worn.

  • The disposal of waste polythene or other packaging materials should be through the normal trade recycling or refuse collection outlets.

  • When handling timber products, normal hygiene standards should be used before food and drink is consumed.

RETURNS

When the goods are delivered you have 48 hours to notify us of any discrepancies, no claims will be accepted after this time.
Due to the bespoke nature of these doors these are a special item manufactured to order and therefore the doors are non returnable unless due to manufacturing defects notified to us within 48 hours of delivery.

DELIVERY:

  • FRAMES & Doors - 2-4 Working days

  • Please call the office for delivery to EIRE, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Scotland and the Scottish highlands, as this will incur an extra delivery cost.

All doors will be delivered on pallets labelled clearly on both sides. All pallets are banded for security prior to final pallet wrapping so ensuring that the load is safe and kept free from dirt and moisture. All deliveries based on forklift unloading, unless agreed at time of quotation/order.


IMPORTANT:

When receving the doors mark all deliveries as damaged 

 
1) Any quantity difference or edge damage must be marked as damaged on the document at time of delivery.

2) Photos whilst still on the pallet must be sent to us IMMEDIATELY

3) No claims for face damage will be considered after door hanging has started.

4) Replacements will only be actioned if advised in writing immediately with photos of the damaged doors whilst still on the pallet and have been marked as damaged on the couriers delivery note.

7) Failure to confirm to above will invalidate any potential claims.

DELIVERY COSTS

No of Doors 1-15 £100

Doors 16-30 £200

UNLOADING

Care is needed when unloading with mechanical trucks, to ensure safe handling, max weight 2 tons.
Check doors thoroughly on delivery – it is essential that you make sure all components are present and that the door is in first class condition. If your door is shrink wrapped, keep the wrapper on for as long as possible to prevent surface damage.

DOOR CARE & HANDLING

  • Self-adhesive tape (whether low-tac or otherwise), used while adding site protection to door faces and edges during installation; must not come into direct contact with the actual face or edge of the door. This has the potential to cause damage and so the doors would not be covered under our normal guarantee should this have occurred.

  • The weight of fire doors and other solid core doors are heavier than would normally be handled by one person. Doors should normally be handled by at least 2 people. Doors should always be stacked on a flat and level surface in a well ventilated room. The stack height should be limited to ensure safe handling is possible. Never store a door on its edge or end.

  • Use at least three load bearers to allow equal weight distribution. Ensure that the bearers are wider than the door. Always stack the widest doors at the bottom.

  • Do not allow direct sunlight on the doors, as this may cause fading.

  • The door must not be stored or fitted in a building with wet trades. For example, plastering should have been finished and given time to completely dry. Doors and frames must be stored in dry conditions and free from excessive moisture levels.
     
  • If stacking doors, store them in the sequence you are using them to prevent unnecessary movement.
     
  • Products manufactured from timber related materials. along with the packaging, are combustible, therefore the product should be stored away from radiant heat or fire. In case of fire, use water to extinguish. When using timber products splinters may occur. Care should always be taken and where appropriate protective gloves should be worn.

  • The disposal of waste polythene or other packaging materials should be through the normal trade recycling or refuse collection outlets.

  • When handling timber products, normal hygiene standards should be used before food and drink is consumed.

RETURNS

When the goods are delivered you have 48 hours to notify us of any discrepancies, no claims will be accepted after this time.
Due to the bespoke nature of these doors these are a special item manufactured to order and therefore the doors are non returnable unless due to manufacturing defects notified to us within 48 hours of delivery.