A hinged front door slightly openAlthough hinges are rarely the main factor when it comes to choosing a specific front or patio door, professionals know their design has a decisive impact on the appearance of a door. Therefore, Roto offers more technical versions, colors, and surface finishes.

The “Solid S” range also includes screw-on hinges for all frame materials and requirements. The large adjustment distances enable custom adaptations on the hinge side that contribute towards the functionality and durability of the door. Users can also cater to various overlap heights. 

Door manufacturers can choose from a range of “Solid B” two and three-part butt hinges for vinyl doors, and two and three-part clamp hinges for aluminum doors. Their clamping blocks are adapted to the system-specific groove on the aluminum profile. On all butt hinges, the adjustment mechanisms are fully integrated in the hinge roller. This means that there’s no gap between the leaf hinge and frame hinge during adjustments and offset outlines are prevented. Continuous height, lateral, and gasket compression adjustment makes adaptations particularly convenient.  

Large aluminum doors are trending due to their modern design, elegant appearance, and durability. With the “Solid C” concealed hinge, Roto offers a premium solution that can be used for inward and outward opening doors. The black version of the concealed hinge is a particularly popular choice for dark aluminum profiles.  

Optimized for their applications and manufactured from high-quality materials, Roto “Solid” door hinges are set apart by their exceptional performance. They achieved 200,000 opening cycles and come with a ten-year performance warranty, confirming their durability. Thanks to the variety of available hinge types and surfaces, the “Solid” range offers manufacturers the ideal hinge for all door designs, frame materials, and requirements, while still meeting the strictest requirements for corrosion protection. 

About Roto North America

Roto North America is comprised of Roto Frank of America, Inc. in Chester, Connecticut and Roto Fasco Canada, Inc. in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. Both locations manufacture window and door hardware, which offers solutions for North American and European applications. RFA and RFC are wholly owned subsidiaries of Roto Frank Fenster- und Türtechnologie GmbH, a global leader in window and door hardware, with 15 production plants and more than 30 subsidiaries worldwide.

For more information please visit www.rotonorthamerica.com