Finished in style

Teckentrup 62 Swing Secure range of side-hinged garage and personnel doors is available finished, as standard, in White RAL 9016, Anthracite Grey RAL 7016 and Jet Black RAL 9005. The trend colours shown below are a further option, as is any RAL colour.

Teckentrup 62 Swing Secure doors are supplied with a stainless steel handle as standard.

RAL Colours

Something special in mind?

If the colour you require is not available in one of our standard or Trend colours we are able to finish your door to any RAL colour.

Standard Colours

Anthracite Grey
RAL7016
White
RAL9016
Jet Black
RAL9005

Trend Colours

Flame Red
RAL3000
Fir Green
RAL6009
Moss Green
RAL6005
Sepia Brown
RAL8014
Window Grey
RAL7040
White Aluminium
RAL9006
Cream
RAL9001
Quartz Grey
RAL7039
Light Grey
RAL7035
Grey Aluminium
RAL9007
Steel Blue
RAL5011
Umbra Grey
RAL7022
Slate Grey
RAL 7015

A note about colour:

RAL References
RAL references for colours are provided as a guide only to the nearest similar RAL colour. Colours will not match to other RAL finishes due to different coating processes, gloss levels, substrates and textures. Similarly, special RAL, BS or other colours will not be a precise match. 

Colour Accuracy
Colours shown are limited in accuracy by the viewing screen -  samples should always be requested.


Handle Options

Customise your door with a choice of handles

A Stainless steel lever handle and security keyed cylinder is the standard configuration for all doors.

Sleek and modern pull handles

Stainless steel pull handles in two lengths (1500mm or 1200mm) can also be added in singles or pairs to add a striking contemporary look to your door.

Teckentrup 62 Swing Secure in Anthracite with TALL 1360 V1 window
Teckentrup 62 Swing Secure Standard Stainless Handle
Teckentrup 62 Swing Secure in Anthracite with a pair of 1500mm Stainless Steel D Handles
Teckentrup 62 Swing Secure in Anthracite with a pair of 1200mm Stainless Steel D Handles

Hinge Options

Choose from two types of hinges

KO hinges are supplied as standard and are matched to the door colour. 

Stainless steel

Stainless steel hinges are available as an option.


Frames

Choose from three frame options

Every door is supplied with a frame. A ‘block frame’ is the standard option with two variants, the ‘Corner Frame’ and the ‘Corner Counter Frame’. The FB version of each frame type is a further option to allow a flush finish with openings that will be rendered once the door is fitted. Each frame is made from heavy gauge corrosion protected steel and provides a stable platform for the door to operate.

The block frame is the standard frame design. Provided with Rockwool filling.

The innovative corner frame wraps around the front corner of the garage opening providing a neat edge. Its slim profile also gives an additional 56 mm drive through width compared to a block frame.

Requires back-filling with a foam sealant.

The counter frame wraps around the front and back corner of the garage opening providing a neat edge.  Its slim profile also gives an additional 56mm drive through width compared to a block frame. 

Requires back-filling with a foam sealant.

The FB Frame option allows for a flush finish between door lip, frame and wall finish on Corner and Corner Counter frames in new openings that are rendered after the door is installed. The FB option also provides a flush finish on block frames that are fixed at the front edge of the garage opening reveal.


Keeping your door looking good and properly maintained:

Cleaning On Installation
After the installation has been completed, clean and dry the door thoroughly inside and out with warm soapy water to remove any grease, dust and metal fragments from the door (these will discolour the door finish if left on the door).

Cleaning
The door should be washed with a car shampoo or similar, every two months, to prevent the build up of dirt, salt, grit and other corrosive substances.

If the door is in an area prone to coastal corrosion from airborne salts, the door should be cleaned monthly.

Furthermore, cleaning lifting gear with a cloth soaked in a light oil will help to protect your door from corrosion – it must be accepted that salt air is very aggressive and extra care is required.

No caustic, abrasive or corrosive chemicals and substances, flood water, water runoff, or runoff from lead, copper or galvanic metal flashing should be allowed to come into contact with the door.

Ash, cement, dust, animal waste, or foreign substances should be removed immediately. Failure to ensure the door is cleaned and maintained as described will invalidate the doors’ warranty.

Maintenance
Doors must be maintained as per the supplied Installation, Operating and Maintenance Manual by a Garage Door Specialist.

Failure to carry out the required maintenance at the advised interval will invalidate the warranty.