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The hi-line aluminium door of the Oltre model is composed of a single panel frame made of extruded aluminium, where a deep-drawn sheet is placed on the front and a panel made of aluminium is fastened to the back. A material with sound-absorbing and heat-insulating properties is inserted in the space between the two sheets, thus adding consistency to the door while maintaining its lightness. The finish of the door is made with a single anodic bath in black and titanium. The Oltre family of aluminium doors includes a door with an aluminium frame, urban oxidised finish and a panel in expanded aluminium sheeting with an anodised mesh effect or with a panel in hydroplated MDF with two sides in blackboard laminate.

Where to find them

  • Backsplashess
  • Doorss
  • Finger rails
  • Open unitss
  • Back panelss
  • Plinths

Technical data

The uses of aluminium are varied in the domestic space and particularly in the kitchen: backsplashes, doors, finger rails, open furnishings, backs and plinths can be made with this material. It is a light yet resistant metal with a silver-grey appearance due to the light oxidation layer that forms quickly when exposed to air and that prevents corrosion as it is not soluble. Aluminium has a specific weight that is about one third that of steel or copper. It is malleable and can be easily employed in different uses without the need for finishing, especially if it is treated by anodising. It has excellent corrosion resistance and durability. Moreover it is not magnetic and does not make sparks. Available in limited thicknesses, it is easily bent, but this a benefit more than a disadvantage as it increases its usefulness. The sheet can have different looks: raw, anodised, glossy or satin, painted, with or without finishes and decorations.

The hi-line aluminium door of the Oltre model has a 22 mm thickness and is composed of a single panel frame made of extruded aluminium, where a deep-drawn sheet is placed on the front and a panel made of aluminium is fastened to the back. A material with sound-absorbing and heat-insulating properties is inserted in the space between the two sheets, thus adding consistency to the door while maintaining its lightness. Thanks to its design, the Oltre Hi-line door is completely recyclable. The finish of the door is made with a single anodic bath in black and titanium. The family of aluminium doors also includes the aluminium mesh door made of an oxidised aluminium frame 22 mm thick with an expanded aluminium metal panel with anodised mesh effect. The aluminium is anodised with an electro-chemical process through which the aluminium reacts spontaneously with oxygen to form a protective surface layer. The natural process, however, is very slow. By means of anodic oxidation, an oxide layer is deposited on the aluminium surface in a controlled and uniform manner. A perfectly smooth, transparent and very hard protective layer is created, thus preserving the characteristics of the metal and preventing corrosion. Thanks to its physical characteristics and the wide range of aesthetically attractive finishes, in many sectors anodised aluminium is a candidate to replace materials like steel or even painted aluminium. Using these doors creates a contrast between the smooth surfaces of the kitchen and the relief on the expanded mesh panels, with an interesting interplay of light and shadows. Also with a 22 mm thick aluminium frame, the urban oxidised finish of the Oltre programme allows you to have a version of the aluminium door with a two-sided hydro-plated MDF panel in blackboard laminate.

Maintenance

Cleaning the anodised aluminium doors (anodising is an electrochemical oxidation performed to increase the metal's resistance to corrosion) is very simple. After carefully dusting the panel, simply wipe the surfaces with a microfibre cloth soaked in water with Marseille soap or any other mild detergent. Alternatively, you can prepare a mixture of water and dish soap: rinse and then dry. For limescale stains, the surfaces can be treated with water and baking soda, water and vinegar or specific products that are not too aggressive, better if diluted. The same applies to satin and polished aluminium, for which there are specific products available in hardware stores and specialised shops. For all aluminium surfaces, avoid the use of abrasive creams or metal scouring pads that would irreparably scratch the surfaces, as well as the use of acetone, trichlorethylene and ammonia. Pay close attention to the water used because it could stain these materials as it contains salts, iron and lime. The water must always be carefully dried off. Stains must be cleaned when they are still fresh.

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