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Thresholds

Door thresholds use the same module measurements as for the door frames and doors.
Module measurement means the size of the hole without door and frame. If the door hole is 900mm wide then door measurements is around 825mm. This means the right threshold measurement is M9 and not M8 as you would think from the door measurement.

Module dimensions: M7 = 630 mm, M8 = 730 mm , M9 = 830 mm, M10 = 930 mm.

When a threshold is assembled on top of two expanding floors – it can not be assembled on either flooring. You will have to glue or prop a separate wood piece between the flooring and fix the threshold to it. This will enable the floors to expand and move freely. The best option for expanding floors is a so called T-bar that has the”wood piece” integrated to the threshold. When a threshold is installed to the tiled floor or other stable surface, the threshold can be glued or propped in.

Module measured threshold have ready cut slots for the frame. The thresholds are assembled so that the longest rebates will be placed on the widest part of the frame.

Choose the threshold according to the purpose

Rebated threshold:
Threshold has a small rebate that is assembled so that there is no gap between the door and threshold. This threshold is an excellent option for a porch door, as it keeps a draft away. Colour and material options are: Oak, Beech, Merbau, Birch and heat treated Beech.

Ventilated (Standard) threshold:
Ventilated threshold also has a little rebate, but it has been assembled so that the air can flow freely between the floor and threshold. This is recommended threshold option when using air conditioning. Colour and material options are: Oak and beech.

WC thresholds:
Reducer threshold is for spaces where the room floor levels are not the same. When hollow core slab is used in the house, you have to make a separate floor cast for example in toilets, where the top of the core slab is sloped correctly to direct the water away. This is why a toilets floor is often higher than the floor next to it and there’s a little step on it. Reducer threshold is assembled to the step either by glue or prop. Colour and material options are: Oak, Beech, Birch and heat treated Beech.

Smooth (flat) threshold:
This threshold leaves a small gap under the door, so the air can flow between the door and the threshold. This is the recommended threshold option when using air conditioning. Colour and material options are: Oak, Beech, Merbau, Birch and heat treated Beech.

T-moldings:
The best option for expanding floors is the so called T-bar threshold. This threshold has a bar that goes between the two floors on which this threshold is assembled, and the floors can move underneath it. Colour and material options are: Oak, Cherry, Beech, Merbau, Walnut and Maple.