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A family-run firm from Austria with a workforce of 220 employees, KATZBECK has manufactured bespoke windows and doors made of wood and wood/aluminium for over 65 years. KATZBECK products stand for first-rate design, innovation, outstanding quality and green production processes. KATZBECK is your competent and capable partner in all stages of door and window production, from consulting and planning, to manufacture and installation. Open your senses and find inspiration for your home. Select from a broad range of models, colours and forms; create precisely the atmosphere in your ‘four walls’ that best suits your style. Visit our headquarters and production facility in Rudersdorf or one of our eight window studios in Austria.

Turning hinges:

Turning hinges: Simonswerk VX7859/160ER-FD and VX7729.160-4HA For flush-mount front doors opening to the inside of the following series: LUMAflat and ALUMAflat and for front and side doors opening to the outside of the following series: DESIGN Arrangement Bandanordnung of hinges for 3 hinges: bei 3 Bändern: 140 210 140 210 Adjustment screws Fastening Lateral adjustment Lock Screw Depth/Height adjustment Lock Screw Lateral adjustment Fastening 270 140 Arrangement Bandanordnung of hinges for 4 hinges: bei 4 Bändern: Height and compression adjustment Open the door, secure using wedges Slightly loosen the clamping screws, position the door Tighten up the clamping screws, remove the wedges 270 140 210 140 140 210 140 210 Height and compression adjustment Slightly loosen the fastening and the lock screws Turn the upper and lower lateral adjustment screws evenly in the required direction. Avoid strain on the axis! Tighten up the fastening and the lock screws 38 KATZBECK-MANUAL

22. Product Liability, Warnings: Warning Indicates a possible dangerous situation, which may lead to death or serious injury if it is not avoided. Risk of injury by catching body parts in an opening between frame and leaf/sash. Never reach between the leaf/sash and the frame when closing windows and doors and always use caution. Keep children and persons incapable of assessing risks away from dangerous areas. We especially warn against injuries like contusions if body parts are in the area of the rabbet when powered windows and motor-driven doors, depending on their location, are in the process of closing If necessary, the client is responsible for creating respective suitable safety measures in order to prevent this (e.g. contusion ledges, acoustic and/or visual signals, arrangement and/or type of switch, ...). Risk of injury by falling out of open windows/doors, etc. Proceed with caution around open windows and doors. Keep children and persons incapable of assessing dangers from accessing the danger zone. Risk of injury and material damages by pressing the leaf/sash against the edge of the opening (embrasure). Avoid pressing the leaf/ sash against the edge of the opening (embrasure) and/or apply suitable safeguards (door stop). Risk of injury and material damages by inserting obstacles in to the opening gap between the sashes and the frame. By inserting obstructing material falsely (e.g. wedges) to affect the closing function of the windows, the window itself or the fittings may be damaged.. Risk of injury and material damages through additional stress on the sash. Refrain from adding additional stress on sashes. Prevent risk of injury and material damages through the effects of wind on open and tilted windows. Close and properly arrest sashes when a strong wind or draft are present. Risk of injury and material damages through uncontrolled closing and opening of the sash. Ensure that the sash is slowly directed by hand throughout the entire range of motion, from the absolute opening to the closing position. Open and tilted windows do not fulfill any requirements in regard to joint tightness, driving rain resistance, sound absorption, insulation and burglary protection. Based on the manufacturing process, sharp edges and pointed corners cannot be avoided. Especially for open sashes and/or for blank cut surfaces of aluminium profiles (e.g. bevels of aluminium frames and or cut surfaces of solar protection guide rails etc.) there is a risk of injury due to the formation of sharp burrs. All users (residents, cleaning staff, …) must be informed in this regard to ensure that these danger zones are treated with special care and caution and injuries do not occur! Any individuals incapable of assessing dangers (children, etc.) must be kept out of the vicinity of these danger zones! Please beware that KATZBECK does not conduct any plausibility testing on regard to conformity with respective building regulations, OIB guidelines, standards and other directives. The client is acting upon his own authority. Fittings relevant to safety must be checked for tightness and wear on a regular basis. If necessary, retaining screws have to be tightened and/or components exchanged. All windows and doors intended for the purpose of opening, closing and locking have to operated at least once a month in order to prevent any damages through “stationary wear” (especially corrosion or sluggishness). KATZBECK-MANUAL 39