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.
Just like the standard Rakego, the 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.
A slim and elegant pull handle with a straight oak grip with a smooth hardwax oil finish. The 45° angled attachments in polished stainless steel facilitate access to the lock.
RG-251 Lever bolt for glass doors
A smart and elegant lever bolt that either locks the swing door or the passive door leaf in double glass doors. This unique lever bolt can also be used as a door holder.
RG-516 Glass wall profile, split
A slim and discreet split glass wall profile solution. Despite the thin - and more affordable - design, this high-performing aluminum profile allows you to build reliable glass wall sections.
Key switch box 80
With the Key switch box, you only need one key for easy and safe access to all doors and garage doors, awnings, burglar bars, outdoor lighting, alarm systems, etcetera.
"The quality of the products is consistently good"
ROCA Industry's marine products are sold all over the globe via a wide network of retailers. One of them is Finnish Maritim, whose contact person Benjamin Grundfelt recently visited our office. We talked to him about our range and how the products are received by Maritim's customers.
"It's fun to build a Swedish boat"
ROCA Industry visited the home of the woodcraft teacher Pär Wahlgren, who in his spare time builds a Pettersson boat according to original drawings from 1934. See our video with him!