Inline hower Doors
Zurich Series of professional Hinges were our first offering of bi-fold hinges (hinges that operate similar to phone booth doors). Using a combination of Wall Mount and Glass-to-Glass Styles, a bi-folding door can be created that either folds into the tub area, or folds out into the bathroom area. Bi-fold doors are popular for several applications, including ease of bathing young children, and handicapped accommodations. Several models of Glass to – Glass Hinges are also offered for more standard design conditions. Hinge models feature stainless steel or brass construction (depending on the final finish), and are available in up to 13 popular stock finishes.
- Ideal for Bi-Folding Doors, Either Into Shower , Enclosure or Out Into Bathroom Area
• Holes Only are Required for Glass Fabrication, No Cut-Out
• Models Offered With Stainless Steel or Brass Construction
• Over a Dozen Popular Stock Finishes Available
Glass Thickness Range: 5/16″ to 3/8″ (8 to 10 mm)
Tempered Safety Glass
Special Feature: Ideal for Bi-Fold Application. For wall
mounted bi-folds use ZUR01 and ZUR03 for doors that
fold into tub area. Use ZUR02 and ZUR05 for doors that
fold out to bathroom area.
Construction: Stainless Steel or Solid Brass
Hinge Swings: See description next to photos of hinges
Closing Type: Free-Swinging
Two Holes Required (No Cut-Out)
Includes: Gaskets, Phillips Screws, Allen Screws, and
Glass Fabrication Dimensions
Glass and labor warranty.
NYC Reno warranties our frameless shower door to be free of defects in workmanship for a period of 1 year. Liability on any claim of defective design and workmanship is limited to the replacement of defective material only. Damage attributes to abuse, misuse, careless, handling, alterations, improper installation or maintenance, discoloration or stain due to improper water chemistry or accidental damage are not covered by this warranty.
Glass is cut to size and all sides are polished to a smooth high polish finish and if side hinges are being used, a mickey mouse cut is carefully cut into glass to hold the hinges and glass together. Depending on the size and location of the handle, a pull knob or a grab bar with various holes are drilled into the glass to provide for anchorage.