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 most boats and land-based vehicles. It is water sprayproof and can be mounted on the inside as well on the outside.
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.
Decibel Sliding Door
Let us present the sound-reducing sliding door for a glass partition! Our in-house technicians developed this unique and discrete sliding door solution with aluminum profiles and special fittings to meet the increased demand for sound-insulating and space-saving glass doors.
Regal folding bracket
Regal is a unique folding bracket in aluminum that - not only - provides steadfast support for a tabletop or shelf but also exudes elegance. Thanks to some clever, patent-pending, details Regal is easily installed. The smooth and noise-free operation makes Regal the natural choice for any home or office.
"You can always rely on ROCA quality"
We interviewed the entrepreneur of the Finnish company JVG Laseja Oy, Jari Gustafsson and asked about his experiences with ROCA. "I can't remember ever receiving customer complaints," says a satisfied Jari Gustafsson. Read Jari's thoughts about ROCA and the glazing industry in general in this customer interview.
[Video] "The boat is 40 procent complete"
Woodwork teacher Pär Wahlgren continues his project to build a Pettersson boat by hand from 1934. The work is clearly progressing and the boat is starting to take shape - but the schedule has had to be revised... Watch the video about how things are going for Pär.