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Blum continues to show the way
KBB 2012: Hall 18, Stand M100
Following exceptionally positive market reaction to products shown at Interzum and SICAM in 2011, international furniture fittings company Blum will forge ahead with exciting exhibits at KBB.
'The House of Blum' will be the Blum theme and under this motto comes a number of world leading products that continue to revolutionise the cutting edge of performance in the modern kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and living area - demonstrating that Blum's far-reaching product designs are equally at home in any fitted furniture throughout the house.
Included in these is the exciting new Movento runner system for wooden drawers, the peerless Clip top Blumotion range of hinges with integrated soft close and the fascinating Servo-Drive electric mechanism for the automatic opening of base unit drawers and pull-outs as well as automatic opening and closing for the overhead Aventos lift systems.
As well as these state-of-the-art products, Blum will demonstrate new systems for storage and maximum space usage with new internal dividing and organisational systems within the Orga-Line range.
Being all about how the interior of the cabinet should be used and function, Blum has also taken the lead in taking cutting edge design into the inside of the furniture with its clever Intivo concept of drawer side inserts as well as frontal inserts for internal pull-outs.
Focusing on Movento, this superlative runner system for wooden drawers offers a new smoother synchronised runner system for superb flow and movement under loads of 40 or even 60kg. It is also designed with fast and simple four-way adjustment that allows for perfect alignment in different planes and beautiful looking furniture in both domestic and commercial environments.
The Blum Clip top Blumotion series of hinges is a marvel of engineering with the soft close mechanism housed within the hinge boss and this can be deactivated on any hinge by the movement of a small lever in the instance of very light, small doors being used.
The Blum exhibits will be all about offering visitors a vision of how they can improve their products through innovation which, in turn, offers them added value, better margins and the opportunity to expand into new market areas.
T: 01908 285700
24th February 2012