Push to open fittings for cupboard doors

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Woodmonkey

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Can anyone recommend some decent ones, I've used some from screw fix before which worked but didn't exactly ooze quality.
 

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Thanks fellas i will check those out. Am i right in saying i have to use unsprung hinges with these?
 

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I've used some from eBay with standard butt hinges and they worked a treat. Let me know if you want a link.
 

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Hettich always work well for me. Intermat 9943P is the model number I've used. You will also need a backplate. They offer traditional cruciform style items, and more contemporary inline types too. I'll dig around my invoices to try finding the model numbers. You'll also need a push to open magnetic catch to hold the door closed. Go for a clean look with a catch bored into the carcase edge, or you can get mounting plate to hold the catch on the inside of the cabinet.

Good luck
 

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Inkdchippie":3devmttx said:
Hettich always work well for me. Intermat 9943P is the model number I've used. You will also need a backplate. They offer traditional cruciform style items, and more contemporary inline types too. I'll dig around my invoices to try finding the model numbers. You'll also need a push to open magnetic catch to hold the door closed. Go for a clean look with a catch bored into the carcase edge, or you can get mounting plate to hold the catch on the inside of the cabinet.

Good luck
Yep I have used the Hettich and pretty good but have had the metal plate on the doors come unstuck in the humid environment of a bathroom. They use a double sided tape but this is easily replaced with a drop of epoxy.
 

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