With more than 20 years of experience manufacturing caravan entry doors, we’ve grown to produce some of the world’s finest and most widely-used entry doors, hatches and other OEM products for the caravan and leisure vehicle industries. We focus on creating products in accordance with best practices and work closely with our customers to ensure excellence.

Our Patents

Gasketing: Our proprietary application technology to the aluminum profiles designated for the production of doors and hatches in the leisure vehicle industry.

Vacuum mounting system: The machine that performs the FIPFG deposits a layer of liquid polyurethane on the internal part of the door frame. This substance solidifies in a short time, maintaining characteristics of compressibility and impermeability. Therefore, it becomes a complete anti-infiltration seal placed between the “sandwich” panel and the frame. With this system, the use of glues has been minimized. The “sandwich” is put on the work desk and placed in the frame. Here, a pump creates a vacuum and allows the panel to stick to the seal. The lot is then assembled using little metallic plates fastened with O-ring rivets. This process enables the verification of the watertight of the lot. In order to obtain a perfect waterproofing, machineries designed for this purpose add an O-ring to each rivet. We provide the pre-assembled panel but can also supply all of the components and even the assembly table with the vacuum pump to our caravan and motorhome OEM partners.

We supply the leading manufacturers of leisure vehicles with our products: the brands of the French groups Trigano and Rapido; the Slovenian brand Adria; almost all of the Italians brands, including SEA, Rimor and Laika; the British Auto Trail and other manufacturers in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Thailand and South Africa.

We’ve developed a production process through “gasketing” that allows us to provide fully assembled doors that do not need any additional adhesives. Gasketing is a two-component polyurethane system for the manufacture of foam seals that are foamed directly onto the door by using FIPFG technology (formed-in-place foam gasket). The system consists of a resin and a hardener that are mixed together at a prescribed ratio. This process produces sealing foam within only a few minutes. After the polymerization, the seal is dry, and the part ready to be assembled.