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New: digital peephole

Digital peephole from Groke

Aluminium front doors with copper panels

Individually manufactured copper panel from Groke

Powder-coating plant

Innovative, environmentally friendly and efficient
Malu Dreyer puts new powder-coating plant at Groke into operation

The high-quality Groke doors are valued on the global market above all for their creative designs and exclusive colour concepts. Malu Dreyer, prime minister of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate, performed the honours when our new production facility in Hagenbach was put into operation for the first time.

With the help of the new technology, coatings and colour-stable finishes are incorporated into doors much more efficiently. This is thanks to a precisely designed, innovative and environmentally friendly power-coating plant that is capable of working with all RAL colours and countless intermediate shades to meet all requirements.

Malu Dreyer puts powder-coating plant at Groke into operation

New plant in Hagenbach

The ever-growing popularity of the Groke front door necessitates increased production capacity. For this important expansion of industrial production capacity, the Hagenbach site on the left bank of the Rhine was chosen. The go-ahead for the production site in Hagenbach was given in November 2015. The industrial area opened up optimum perspectives for Groke. Here, only about 15 km from Groke's established company premises in Karlsruhe, the first stage of construction for the new production line was completed. It comprises a state-of-the-art powder-coating plant, a cutting production facility as well as a high-bay warehouse for the aluminium profiles.

Groke Türen und Tore GmbH in Hagenbach

Fingerprint scanner

Opening via encrypted radio remote control or fingerprint recognition
Access for authorised persons only: The new ENTRAsys FD fingerprint scanner recognises up to 80 different fingerprint profiles.

Both door solutions can be opened without a key, either with radio remote control or a fingerprint scanner. The remote control is equipped with sophisticated tap-proof and hacker-proof encryption technology. Groke has carried out further development on the ENTRAsys FD fingerprint scanner. A latest-generation stripe sensor can now store up to 80 different fingerprints. In an emergency, access is also possible via a master PIN. The scanner has no other buttons or control elements, but a sensor with navigation function. Up to four channels can be controlled, for example to control lighting or an alarm system in addition to the front door.

Fingerprint recognition