Pet Flaps from Carl F Petersen

Date: 28 April 2009
Source: Press Release
Market leading Staywell pet flaps are now available from window hardware supplier, Carl F Petersen Ltd.

Available in white or woodgrain finish, the pet flaps can be locked by manual, magnetic or infrared systems to permit access only to the appropriate pet. Complementing other quality fittings in the company’s range, the pet flaps enable Carl F to provide a full hardware solution to door manufacturers.Carl F reports that, by adding pet flaps to their usual order, customers will save time and money.

Products from Carl F that provide convenience and added security for the end user include the 400 series 4-way locking cat flap operated by a magnet on the cat’s collar. The recently introduced ‘500’ infrared series also offers four locking options – in only, out only, open or locked. Larger flaps are available for bigger cats end even for dogs.

The pet flaps are supplied with intuitive instructions and are designed for easy installation.

For Carl F Petersen Ltd hardware enquiries:

Tel:  01536 401155           

Fax: 01536 401157


E-mail: or visit

600450 Pet Flaps from Carl F Petersen
Date: 28 April 2009
Source: Press Release

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