Casma S.p.a.

After an absence at Glasstec 2000, CASMA is preparing a grand return at Glasstec 2002 with several interesting innovations.

The real star of this year’s show is the M60 floor spring, a modern hydraulic floor closer device that incorporates in its compactness all the quality and durability that have always characterized the “Speedy” floor spring line but within much smaller dimensions. Within the next two years the M60 is destined to replace the historic M25, which currently closes millions of doors worldwide.

Ample space will be given to the GWT line of sliding panel systems, with a new product totally devoted to architects. A system of point fixed side hinges and locks for internal doors will complete the panorama of new items.

The floor area of the stand is almost double that of previous editions, so CASMA will be able to provide its visitors not only a full-scale overview of its products but also a lounge with typical Italian hospitality.

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Date: 28 September 2002
Source: Casma

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