Designed for doors

Suitable for light-weight interior doors, Moly-Poly pivots have been described as ‘cheaper than hinges’.

Moly-Poly pivots are suitable for light-weight interior doors, and have been described as ‘cheaper than hinges’ by quantity surveyors.

The main savings for Moly-Poly pivots were found in the painting trade by eliminating the process of cutting-in with a brush around frames and architraves – reducing painting to just roller work.

The Canberra-made pivots are designed to suit 35mm doors up to 35kg in square-set plasterboard, with the quantity surveyor’s report revealing savings of more than 20 per cent.

‘It is an exciting result for pivots designed for crisp architectural details,’ designer Howard Styles says.

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