We recently bought your R40.16 timber sliding door kits up to 40kg, but we’ve changed the doors to heavy pine ones as they’re going to have regular use. Do you have anything suitable?
March 14, 2012 by Editor · Comments Off
For doors up to 80kg each in weight, you can use the same track as the R40 that you already have, and buy the Rollan 80 extra door packs, this will give you the wheels etc to run in the tracks, which are strong enough to support your doors. If the doors are more than 80kg each, then you’d need to go up to the Perlan 140 sliding door gear, which is made by the same manfacturer, Geze, but has a heavier duty track to the Rollan.
I am interested in the Twin 60 door runners I need to run 3 doors on 2m of sliding door track. Your info states maximum door height is 2 metres. My door height would be 2.110 metres. Can you please tell me if they will work at that height, if not is there an alternative?
January 31, 2011 by Editor · Comments Off
The 2m height is only a guideline, and 2.1m should be perfectly okay as long as the doors are rigid. The most critical consideration is the weight of the doors - as long as they are not more than 25kg each, and between 16 - 40mm thickness, then they will be fine.
I have a wardrobe made in Germany (no name), one of the door wheel runners has broken, it is 2.1/4″ diameter, could you assist please?
April 23, 2010 by Editor · Comments Off
We can only supply sliding door spares (in the form of extra door packs) for sliding door gear made by Geze (who are German) and Coburn (who aren’t). Unless your sliding door gear looks exactly like that shown in the illustrations on our website, we will not be able to help. See the link here to view some of our sliding door kits.