Barrier-free architects benefit from the Comfort-Plan® solution because the threshold ensures barrier-free construction in accordance with DIN 18040-1 and DIN 18040-2.
Door thresholds in entrance areas can be dangerous tripping hazards. A coordinated system of our zero threshold and automatic drop seal can support active fall prevention - and is eligible for subsidies.
athmer is now launching a set for two threshold widths that are ideal for timber exterior doors in commercial and private buildings. Barrier-free architects benefit from the Comfort-Plan® solution because the threshold ensures barrier-free construction in accordance with DIN 18040-1 and DIN 18040-2*. In new buildings, the use of this system is the ideal introduction to accessibility.
Comfort-Plan® consists of a zero threshold and the Rainstop® automatic drop seal. An on-site drainage channel is not mandatory, but the system is further optimized by one. With a system-dependent and tested driving rain tightness of up to Class 7A, the threshold keeps absolutely tight and can be installed almost invisibly by concealed screw connections.
*DIN 18040-1 (buildings accessible to the public) and DIN 18040-2 (dwellings, buildings with dwellings and their outdoor facilities serving access and residential use).
For athmer, the optimal ease of use of doors has traditionally been at the top of the agenda in product development. Today, we are experiencing that the requirements for barrier-free planning, building and living are becoming more and more central. The Rainstop® exterior drop seal is the ideal complement to the zero threshold to protect the interior from wind, driving rain and noise. These properties have been confirmed by independent testing institutes.