Blum offers four motion technologies and consequently the right solution for every level of user convenience. The range, however, remains slim – thanks to the new Blumotion S runner which is compatible with two different product categories.
The different motion technologies offered by the Austrian fittings manufacturer give cabinet makers and industrial manufacturers plenty of scope for design and differentiation.
Blum’s four motion technologies give users the flexibility to accommodate their customers’ individual requirements
Yet Blum is keen to ensure that its range is manageable. Consequently, the company now offers a single runner – Blumotion S – for three different motion technologies: Blumotion, Servo-Drive and Tip-On Blumotion.
What is more, the runner provides the full range of functions and is compatible with two different product categories, ie a single runner for the Legrabox box system and a single runner for the Movento runner system. No matter whether opting for the electric or mechanical opening support system, Blum’s various motion technologies give the right solution for every living area and every convenience level.
Getting the right mix
With four Blum motion technologies (and different convenience levels) to choose from, customers are sure to find the right solution for every application and living area. Blum’s motion technologies can be easily combined as required. Blumotion ensures that pull-outs, wall cabinets and doors close softly and effortlessly.
Combine Blum’s motion technologies as required to bring enhanced user convenience to kitchens – and to living areas throughout the home
Furniture equipped with the Servo-Drive electric motion support system glides open at a single touch – as if by itself (which is particularly handy for waste pull-outs). Tip-On Blumotion gives a mechanical one-touch opening and soft and effortless closing. And the doors of tall cabinets equipped with Tip-On will open with ease at a single touch. Blum’s motion technologies can be mixed and combined to bring enhanced convenience to kitchens – and to other living areas throughout the home. The level of convenience customers choose depends on users’ needs. In other words, they can be tailored solutions to meet requirements.