Hettich: Effortlessly handleless

Push to open Silent for hinged doors

Handle less furniture design perfected by practical convenience. Push to open Silent is the new benchmark for impressive, user friendly functionality: handleless door opening combined with silent and soft closing. Perfectly complementing this, Push to open Silent is also available for drawers.

Hettich Push to open Silent is suitable for all common door sizes and cabinet body designs – including angled applications. Photo: Hettich

Push to open Silent combines two sought after convenience features: handleless opening and silent, soft closing for furniture doors. The opening cycle is all mechanical, taking place in response to a light press on the front panel. The tried and proven Silent System on the hinges reliably closes the

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Push to open Silent from Hettich

New generation of user friendly functions

As a pioneer of Push to open Silent technology, Hettich has added numerous new features to the second product generation. As a result, Push to open Silent provides the same convenience as electromechanical opening systems

Push to open Silent recognises guided drawer closure, the drawer stays closed. Photo: Hettich

Drawers opens entirely mechanically in response to a light press on the front panel – on shutting, they unnoticeably load the opening mechanism and close in a gently cushioned movement. Even small, lightweight drawers hitherto lacking momentum close reliably and gently. Using special runners and Push to open Silent units, Hettich has managed to develop an end to end solution for all drawer formats. The … [READ MORE]

Hettich demonstrates drawer expertise at Interzum

Platforms greatly extended across all segments

Letting its customers exploit the market even better while keeping production lean, Hettich has greatly extended its drawer and runner platforms across all segments for Interzum 2017. On display were new differentiation options and user friendly functions for the three AvanTech, ArciTech and InnoTech drawer systems as well as for the Quadro runner platform.

Designer profiles for drawers: visual highlights in wood and metal look, easily fitted to the drawer side profiles as an optional feature. Photo: Hettich

Platform concepts for profitable growth
With the platform concepts from Hettich, furniture manufacturers are not tied to any specific furniture segment by choosing a particular drawer system or drawer runner. With InnoTech drawers … [READ MORE]

ArciTech – Made for the future

The premium platform concept drawer system

The ArciTech drawer system has been developed to let kitchen and furniture manufacturers put together perfect drawers for different furniture lines and personal needs while keeping their own production efficient. With excellent running performance, a high level of stability and low opening forces, the innovative drawer system satisfies the exacting demands placed on furniture from the premium segment.

One drawer side profile, endless options: the ArciTech platform concept can cater to any market trend and any customer preference on the basis of a single drawer side profile. Photo: Hettich

The Actro runner’s running performance is truly impressive: unequalled smooth gliding action, stability and Silent System come together to create a perfect system. The unique … [READ MORE]

Innovative opening function

Push to open Silent for ArciTech drawers

Engineered by Hettich, ArciTech and the new Push to open Silent function culminate in a system drawer that combines a mechanical Push to open mechanism with the convenience and luxurious feel of Silent System. In particular, the system impresses with narrow gaps between drawer fronts and optimum adjustment for various applications. The result: classy handleless design and high user convenience from using standard ArciTech drawer elements for cost-effective production.

ArciTech with the innovative Push to open Silent opening function. Photo: Hettich

Push to open Silent – convenient opening function
Working on an all-mechanical basis, Push to open Silent manages to do what has previously only been possible with electromechanical systems: It … [READ MORE]