When small things matter
Small items of great significance for use in glass fittings, doors and
windows, industry, and the marine world. The quality of our products
is evident in both the materials and the design.
W12 Windscreen Wiper motor
The W12 windscreen wiper motor is just as stylish as it is functional and fits perfectly in all kinds of boats. It is water sprayproof and can be mounted both inside and outside. The W12 is also popular on many land-based vehicles.
405 Covered eccentric latch
Our new generation of covered eccentric latches in an elegant and smooth functioning shielded design. The covered eccentric latch saves space even in an open position by being flat.
RG-595 Door magnet
ROCA Decibel door magnet can be used with various glass door applications but is primarily developed for use with the ROCA Decibel frame.
SLUG 96 Lockable lever bolt
The brand new lockable lever bolt SLUG 96 by ROCA makes it possible to easily lock the passive door leaf.
Just like the standard Rakego, Rakego Soft folding bracket is a telescopic folding bracket especially suited for drop leaves, workbenches, and tables in cramped spaces. But the Rakego Soft folding bracket also features a damper that reduces the folding impact and minimizes the risk of getting the fingers pinched.
Robust Flex is a smart folding bracket for flexible slanted shelves. The Robust Flex folding bracket is a saver in most store designs and can be used for bookshelves or for displaying clothes, shoes, or even food - anything you would like to show at different angles.
Wipers - change sweep angle and parking position in 1 minute
When installing a new wiper in your boat or vehicle you always need to set the sweep angle and parking position accurate to get an optimised sweep pattern. In normal cases, this is quite an effort requiring resources and time. But not when it comes to ROCA's products - here you need barely one minute to do the same task.
Folding brackets solve challenges in medical areas
Areas such as hospitals, health centers and rehab receptions often pose major challenges to those who want to furnish them - and even more to them who work in them. There is usually a shortage of space, at the same time as space is needed for patients and staff to move around. Add to that regulations and the personel's desire for safety and flexibility, and you easily understand the difficult task interior designers are faced with.