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Are you sometimes too tired to open your own sliding door?

March 31, 2017 by · Comments Off on Are you sometimes too tired to open your own sliding door? 

Dog not included

Doorstuff has previously brought you telescopic sliding door gear, even telescopic soft stop sliding door gear, but now for one day only, we are proud to offer telepathic sliding door operators. These stylish antenna-style operators will allow the most exhausted or feeblest member of the family to masterfully open or close any of our sliding door mechanisms. Available in a range of fetching colours, the sprung telepathic device focuses mindwaves in the direction of travel, automatically gliding doors out of the way. Caution should be exerted as this is a new product (literally minutes in development) which has not been tested on hinged doors, and certainly not uPVC doors.
Strong confectionery and alcoholic beverages may have an unpredictable effect on the action of the doors, but be assured that wearing the headgear alone will make you very alluring. Dog not included.
Available for one day only (April 1st!)

Telescopic sliding door gear

July 4, 2014 by · Comments Off on Telescopic sliding door gear 

Rollan telescopic sliding door gear

GEZE Rollan telescopic sliding door gear is for light / medium use on timber doors weighing up to 80kg each. The two aluminium track comes in various lengths and can be cut down easily. The nylon rollers give a smooth easy action whist the doors are moved. The sliding door kit comes complete with track, runners, door brackets and stops. The GEZE range of sliding door gear offers superior running performance due to low friction nylon wheels and pin bearing axles. The simple telescopic sliding door system allows two doors to slide back to one side with a simple mechanical pickup action and in a cost effective package. The Rollan 80 Telescopic sliding system uses buffers placed on the top of the doors to activate the movement. When the door furthest from the wall in the closed position (door 1 in the illustrations below) is pulled open it moves adjacent to the other door (door 2). When door 1 and door 2 are aligned both doors then slide together adjacent to the wall. When the doors are to be closed door 1 is pulled out until the telescopic brackets engage then it picks up door 2 and both doors move until their finishing position.

Introducing the SF-T telescopic sliding door kit – now in stock!

October 2, 2013 by · Comments Off on Introducing the SF-T telescopic sliding door kit – now in stock! 

sf-t telescopic sliding door kit

Suitable for 25mm to 44mm thick timber doors, this simple accessory kit allows two timber doors to be used in a telescopic method. The doors are arranged with one door in front of the other.  It can be used in conjunction with most standard top hung timber sliding door kits (such as the GEZE Rollan and Perlan, and similar models of other makes; Coburn, Henderson, Brio, Saheco, Koblenz, etc). When the door furthest from the wall in the closed position is pulled open it moves adjacent to the other door. When the doors are aligned both doors then slide together adjacent to the wall. When the doors are to be closed the first door is pulled out until the telescopic brackets engage then it picks up the second door and both doors move until their finishing position. The threshold is kept clear by having a standard floor mounted floor guide next to the wall for door 2 whilst door 1 is guided by a floor guide mounted onto door 2.

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