A Czech product
We are a Czech company, and since 1991 we have made products inspired by trends the world over.
We can adapt all products to each customer’s specific needs.
We are committed to delivering premium-quality building components with imaginative design.
A comprehensive portfolio
We are currently the leading Czech manufacturer — and not just because of our broad selection.
How we’ve evolved over time
1991 – Company founded
1992 – LUSSO ceiling attic stairs
1995 – VERTICALE attic stairs for upright walls
1996 – Interior and exterior spiral staircases
1998 – Interior segmented staircases
1999 – Interior offerings expanded with “miller’s stairs”
2000 – Production of thermally insulated flame-resistant attic stairs
2001 – Norma pocket door frames for sliding doors
2003 – Sliding systems, fittings and handles for sliding doors
2008 – Stainless-steel railings
2009 – Grafoglass
2010 – ARISTO added to attic staircase range
2011 – Trix and Rollo sliding systems
2012 – Glass walls
2013 – Aktive, Emotive and Latente added to the line of pocket door frames
2014 – Aktive and Emotive hidden rotary aluminium doorframes
2015 – Master and Sting premium doors from aluminium and glass
2016 – Master Clear premium doors
2017 – Idea premium doors
2018 – Efekta cladding system
2019 – Idealine and Ideanet premium doors
2020 – Aluminium and steel mounting panels for pocket door frames
And we’re always developing new solutions!
JAP Future s.r.o. has joined the “Innovative Voucher” programme. The purpose of the Innovative Voucher programme is to develop communication and to share knowledge and expertise between business and research. The programme is co-financed by the European Union.
The project involves fire resistance tests of double-leaf wooden doors in a hidden aluminium frame and single-leaf wooden doors in a steel frame. The goal is to gain fire resistance classification EI 30 for these doors and frames.
This fire resistance test service greatly benefits JAP Future s.r.o. in bringing new products to market. Testing the fire resistance of wooden doors in hidden aluminium frames makes the products more competitive, which fundamentally supports the company’s competitiveness and standing in the market.
The fire resistance tests were done by the accredited test lab PAVUS a.s., at its facility in Veselí nad Lužnicí, Czech Republic.
Project within the Innovative Voucher programme – Challenge IV.
EI30 fire resistance testing of JAP hidden aluminium and steel doorframes
(project registration number CZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/18_215/0018265)