April 17, 2013 by Editor · Comments Off
…Frame Kit is a simple way to increase available space in many domestic applications, particularly dining rooms, en-suite bathrooms, cloakrooms and doors into kitchens. Using a 35mm thick standard domestic timber door, a finished wall thickness of 115mm can be achieved including the wallboards, allowing the door to slide into the pocket within the wall.
February 28, 2013 by Editor · Comments Off
Introducing the SAHECO SF-25 sliding door gear for wardrobes and cabinets in a range of kit sizes from 1 to 3 metres in width. Sturdy and smooth running, the SF-25 replaces the COBURN Jason in our range, and brings with it advantages of design, flexibility and track length. Comes with two bottom tracks and two top tracks, rollers and top guides. The Saheco SF-25 is suitable for wardrobe and cupboard doors in bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, dressing rooms or studies and is especially suited for doors in rooms with angled ceilings.
November 9, 2012 by Editor · Comments Off
Ideal for trophy cupboards and shop display cabinets, the Henderson Zenith sliding door gear is a cost effective and smooth running kit to get your glass panels sliding. There are 3 kit sizes available: 1200mm, 1500mm or 1800mm, each suitable for two doors of 6mm thickness glass.
April 25, 2012 by Editor · Comments Off
Rollan sliding door gear can be mounted directly to the ceiling, or a joist above. If that’s how you fit it, you may just discard the wall mounting brackets.
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 looking for floor gliders for double sliding wooden doors. We are replacing the old doors and have the track but are missing the gliders.
February 7, 2012 by Editor · Comments Off
It is likely that the gliders we supply will be different to those on your existing doors. The only ones we do similar to your description are the white plastic slides which are used with the BK2 and BK4 bottom guide kits, and they can be bought in pairs for £1.25 per pair (+ postage & VAT) if they look like your old ones. You can see them pictured here:-
January 7, 2012 by Editor · Comments Off
From this description, it sounds as if you’re looking for a pocket door system, where the door slides back into a cavity in the stud walling like this photo? We supply two different basic designs of pocket doors - the Hideaway and the iMpero. You can have a look at them on our website at the following links:- A 700mm wide door would be the H30 Hideaway kit, or one of the standard iMpero kits (original, architrave-free etc.)
December 22, 2011 by Editor · Comments Off
An Italian style designer bottom rolling sliding door kit for frameless glass doors. The satin stainless steel half-moon shaped track comes pre-drilled in 2m and 4m lengths and can be cut down. Rubber covered rollers give a smooth quiet action. The sliding door kit comes complete with track, single wheel rollers, full length top guide track and end stops. Now available from stock!
Q: Is it possible to fit the Rollan 40 sliding door gear within an opening instead of the pocket system (obviously building a homemade ‘pocket’ like the Hideaway). Is there a reason why this wouldn’t work?
October 17, 2011 by helen · Comments Off
A: Yes, you can fit the Rollan 40 inside your own stud work to form a pocket door system - quite a lot of people do this. The only disadvantage might be that in order to get a nice rigid wall structure you may have to use more strengthening material in the pocket, and this would give you a thicker finished wall.
March 5, 2011 by Editor · Comments Off
Used on double doors sliding on one track, meeting together in the middle and opening to give a wide access space, the doors are connected to each other via a toothed belt so that, when one door opens (or closes) the other door mirrors it automatically, so the doors open together and close together, but only one door leaf is pushed or pulled. There are simultaneous opening kits available as optional extras to both the Geze Perlan sliding door gear, and the iMpero double pocket door system.