We’ve stayed busy adding products to our Hawa Sliding Door Hardware section and Hawa content to the blog. In last week’s update, we discussed buying the proper Hawa hardware given the weight of your door. The main takeaway: don’t buy a higher capacity system than you need. If a Junior 40 will work, purchase that, not a Junior 80.
After writing that post, we realized not everyone is familiar with Hawa’s product naming scheme. Understanding Hawa names, numbers, and abbreviations makes shopping much easier. Also, understanding this “Hawa-ese” makes life easier if you call or email us with questions …which we always encourage!. To get started, let’s break down the name of a popular product: the Hawa Junior 40/Z.
For the best experience with Hawa sliding door hardware, avoid purchasing hardware systems designed for door panels that are heavier or larger than yours.
What does this have to do with Goldilocks? That requires some explanation. When purchasing either consumer or commercial hardware, shoppers are accustomed to seeing both “heavy duty” and “standard” versions of products offered side by side. Typically, the “professional” or “heavy duty” variation is slightly more expensive and has better specifications. Given the choice, most people will select the overbuilt product, rather than the traditional alternative. Usually, upgrading isn’t a bad choice, but you may want to second guess this approach when shopping for Hawa sliding door hardware.
Hawa is known around the globe for designing the finest sliding door hardware available. Smooth and quiet operation are hallmarks of the Hawa brand. Ingenious engineering and characteristic Swiss manufacturing make this possible.
At Partition Plus, we know sliding doors backwards and forwards …and side-to-side. We’re eager to discuss your project and help you select the correct hardware.
We’re very excited about the recent launch of the Partition Design Tool. Why are we so enthusiastic about it? Because it is already saving time, informing customers, and reducing miscommunication. Visitors are guided through five quick steps that collect all the information we need to provide an accurate, prompt toilet partition quote.
While we know bathroom partitions inside and out, the average person doesn’t know pilasters from plastic laminate. And that’s OK! It has always been our job to explain enough about partitions to our customers so they can make an informed purchase. The Partition Design Tool streamlines the process.
While stainless steel has been popular in the building specialties industry for a long time, it hasn’t always been a popular finish for products like restroom accessories and toilet partitions. You probably don’t want to read “A Complete History of Stainless Steel”, but a bit of background can’t hurt.
“Water resistant” alloys (what we would consider stainless steel) were first patented in the late 19th century. By the 1920s, stainless steel was produced in large quantities for commercial applications. The building, chemical, medical, and culinary industries loved the material. Why did stainless steel make a splash? Chalk it up to its durability, heat resistance, and cleanability.
Starting a blog with a commitment to frequent, interesting updates is a bit dangerous. We want to make a bold statement, so you know we’re taking things seriously. At the same time, we all know how disappointing it is when a promising blog starts with a bang, then quickly ends in a whimper. That said, the rewards of informing and connecting are worth the risk. So, here we go:
Watch this space for great, new content from Partition Plus.
As a company, we have plenty to say about the world of toilet partitions, bathroom accessories, lockers, and other division 10 products. Over 25 years in the business gives us a unique perspective. It may sound boastful, but our experience in this industry is unmatched. The same can be said of our commitment to customer satisfaction.
Your restaurant has a specific style, atmosphere and decor. Every area in your restaurant should reflect that style in order to produce the desired effect. You’ve likely invested a great deal of time, energy and money in your restaurant’s appearance. Creating the right atmosphere takes effort, and you may have even paid a decorator or design firm for their services to help you obtain just the right look.
Plastic laminate is a cheap and effective tool for high-traffic bathrooms, but they can be quickly worn down or host fungal growth if the custodians are not trained to properly maintain good hygiene. Here is a quick checklist to make sure the cleaning goes as well as possible.
Toilet partitions are cheap and effective tools for maintaining privacy in high-traffic bathrooms, but not when they start breaking down not half a year from when you install them. Here are five of the most important dangers you need to quickly deal with before they start killing your new toilet partitions.
Plastic is a versatile material for toilet partitions, but not all plastics are the same. Phenolic, solid and laminated plastics are three of the most common types used in partitions. Each has its own unique advantages and disadvantages, which we will discuss further in this piece.