Posts Tagged ‘Wood Door’

23
Dec 14

OPPEIN Delivers Kitchen Cabinets to Botswana

In Oct,2014 OPPEIN delivered 42 sets of kitchen, 90 sets of wardrobes and 46 sets of interior doors to the client Dan for his project NPL in Botswana.

oppein-Botswana

oppein-Botswana

The kitchen is composed with high gloss lacquer finished door and wood veneer finished door. It looks very modern and stylish. In order to make full use of the space, OPPEIN supplied some functional accessories, like stainless steel pullout baskets, cutlery divider, built-in waste bin, which not only make the kitchen usful but also fantastic.

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The wardrobe is wood grain melamine with lacquer finish. It looks like the composed personality of king.What’s more, the lattice cabinet for ties and jeweley, the pullout pants rack and pullout mirror and built-in safe box brings a comfortable and enjoyable living space.

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The interior doors are white lacquer finished. The curved profile makes the door elegant and fashionable.

OPPEIN specialize in making kitchen cabinet, wardrobes, interior doors and bathroom cabinet. We can offer one stop solution for your dream house. Welcome to contact us!

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Nov 14

OPPEIN Deliver Kitchen Wardrobes and Interior Doors to NPL in Botswana

In Oct,2014 OPPEIN delivered 42 sets of kitchen, 90 sets of wardrobes and 46 sets of interior doors to the client Dan for his project NPL in Botswana.

fashionable-kitchen-cabinet

fashionable-kitchen-cabinet

The kitchen is composed with high gloss lacquer finished door and wood veneer finished door. It looks very modern and stylish. In order to make full use of the space, OPPEIN supplied some functional accessories, like stainless steel pullout baskets, cutlery divider, built-in waste bin, which not only make the kitchen usful but also fantastic.

fashionable-kitchen-cabinet

The wardrobe is wood grain melamine with lacquer finish. It looks like the composed personality of king.What’s more, the lattice cabinet for ties and jeweley, the pullout pants rack and pullout mirror and built-in safe box brings a comfortable and enjoyable living space.

fashionable-kitchen-cabinet

The interior doors are white lacquer finished. The curved profile makes the door elegant and fashionable.

OPPEIN specialize in making kitchen cabinet, wardrobes, interior doors and bathroom cabinet. We can offer one stop solution for your dream house. Welcome to contact us!

 

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25
Oct 12

How to Make Your Doors Draft-Free with Weatherstripping

Summary:

Unfortunately, a door’s weather seals, if it has any at all, can rip, compress, bend, or wear out over time, leaving chilly winter air free to enter (or expensive air-conditioned air to leave).

Fortunately, attaching new weather seals is a straightforward exercise, far cheaper and faster than installing a new door. And when you consider that even a tiny 1/8-inch gap around a typical entryway door is the equivalent of drilling a 5 ½-inch-diameter hole through an outside wall, closing that gap is well worth the effort. Any well-sealed door requires two components: weatherstripping, which covers the sides and top of the door, and a sweep, which fills the space between the threshold and the door bottom. Hardware stores and home centers sell an array of metal, foam, felt, and plastic products for this purpose. Tom prefers a weather seal system that includes a tubular silicone weatherstripping that fits against the doorstop and a twin-fin silicone sweep that fits beneath the door. Silicon makes an ideal weatherstripping because it’s durable, soft, and has no “compression memory”; it remains tight as the door swells and shrinks.
 

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 1. Measure the gap

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 Before ordering weatherstripping, measure the gap between the door and jamb and the door and stop with the door closed. Make sure to take measurements along both side jambs and the head jamb, then choose weatherstripping for each side that’s big enough to fill the largest gap along its run (3/8-inch maximum).
2. Cut a groove 

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 Pull a paint scraper along the stop and jamb to make sure that both surfaces are smooth, flat, and free of protruding nails. Fit the grooving tool’s V-shaped base into the corner formed by the jamb and the stop, with the bit pointing up. Turn on the motor and push the tool up to the head jamb. This creates a slot 1/8 inch wide and 3/16 inch deep. At the top, turn off the motor and remove the bit from the slot. Reinsert it at the starting point, but this time with the bit pointing down. (Retracing your path in the slot can widen it too much to grip the weatherstripping.) A steady push to the bottom of the jamb with the motor revving finishes the slot on that side. Repeat the process on the opposite side jamb and the head jamb. If the shop vacuum leaves any wood chips in the slot, Tom gently cleans them out with a small screwdriver.
3. Insert the weatherstripping

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 Tom takes one end of the weatherstripping and pushes its barbed tongue into one end of the slot. As he works up the slot, he’s careful not to stretch the weatherstripping; it will return to its original length and leave gaps. A couple of inches from the slot’s opposite end, he gauges the proper length and cuts the strip with scissors. (Another method eliminates the possibility of stretching: Cut the product to length first, fit its ends into the ends of the slot, then push in the barb at the halfway point. Continue to push at each of the quarter points, and so on until the entire strip is secure.) It’s not necessary to miter the ends where they meet at the head jamb; a butt joint seals best. To finish, drive the weatherstripping into its slot with a spline roller. Check the installation by shutting the door from the outside and looking for gaps.
4. Rout the dado 

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 To seal the door bottom, place the door on sawhorses and use a square to mark out a 5/8-inch-wide dado centered on the door’s bottom edge. Tom sets the router’s guide so a ½-inch bit will cut next to the top mark when the guide rests on the door’s top face. On the first pass, move the router from left to right. On the second pass, the guide rides on the door’s opposite side as the router moves from right to left. Make multiple passes to reach full depth (1 inch).
5. Attach the channel

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 Coat the exposed wood in the dado with primer and paint. Then cut the sweep’s two aluminum channels just 1/8-inch shy of the width of the door (to allow for end caps to be installed later). To make sure the cut is clean, Tom clamps the channels in a miter box and uses a hacksaw with a waxed blade. Insert one channel into the dado, center it end to end, and screw it in place, as shown.
6. Install the sweep 

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 After he fits the black silicone sweep into the free channel, Tom slides the glides into the channel in the dado, then carefully rehangs the door. (To avoid the possibility of damage to the sweep, hang the door first, then install the sweep.) Adjust the glides until no light shows between the sweep and the threshold when the door is closed. To seal the ends of the dado, snap plastic caps into the ends of the channel and stick squares of adhesive-backed pile against the bottom of the jambs.
7. Adjust the glides

 

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The secret behind this sweep’s adajustability is its glides, which lift or lower the sweep by as much as ¼ inch. To adjust the fit, simply open the door, remove the end cap from the latch side, and slide out the sweep. Turning the glides clockwise raises the sweep; counter-clockwise lowers it. Then slide the glides back into the attached channel.(More Wood Door Products>>)

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12
Sep 12

INTERIOR DOOR – Solid & hollow door core option

INTERIOR DOOR – Solid & hollow door core option

    

(1)Laminated timber keel               (1)Laminated timber keel            (1)Laminated timber keel

(2)Honeycomb core                       (2)Wood blocks                          (2)Tubular core

 

   

(1)Laminated timber keel              (1)Raw wood

(2)MDF

 

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28
Feb 12

The 11th China International Door Industry Exhibition

The 11th China International Door Industry Exhibition from February 21-24 in Beijing will be held at the New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). OPPEIN Venue is W2-06. We look forward to establishing business relations with visitors from home and abroad on the basis of mutual advantage.

Exhibition Date: February 21-24

OPPEIN BOOTH:  W2-06

Venue: China International Exhibition Center New Venue
(88 Yuxiang Rd.,Tianzhu ,Shunyi District ,Beijing) 

At the significant exhibition, we bring lots of wood door samples with all the latest styles for display. As the sub-company of Guangdong OPPEIN Home Group Inc, the top grade production line from Germany, Italy and Spain to assure OPPEIN VANTINI provide the high-quality and first class doors.

               

                                                         OPPEIN Booth At The Exhibition

Brief Introduction of The 11th China International Door Industry Exhibition

CIDE 2012 —11th China International Door Industry Exhibition, is one of the largest and most comprehensive Asian fairs for door industry, with over 6,000 booths & 110,000 estimated attendees.
  
As an international great event, CIDE2012 has been proved to be a great success for both the increase of trade effects and the enhancement of buyer-supplier satisfaction. No other event in China attracted so many key companies and individuals from the door industry. CIDE2012launch low-carbon, health, environment-friendly exhibition products firstly for the increasingly international environment, Healthy Lifestyle. It is an ideal platform for effective exchanges between exhibitors and visitors to deal with international trends and innovations.

2012 The 11th China International Door Industry Exhibition with authoritative orientation, advanced Technical Resources and extensive industry information is a glorious monument and annual ceremony in the development history of international door industry .
 

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