Part of Devon Buy with Confidence

No quibble returns

Product Spotlight: iMpero Telescopic Pocket Door Kit

February 24, 2018 by · Comments Off on Product Spotlight: iMpero Telescopic Pocket Door Kit 

Telescopic pocket door kits allow two doors to be slid back into the single pocket. This allows for bigger clear openings when wall space is restricted enabling more accessibility. The iMpero pocket door kit with telescopic operation links the two doors to allow them to move in harmony to close a large opening while only requiring one pocket. This makes the iMpero pocket door kit perfect for use in a small environment that requires two doors to close a large gap.

The product is available in two doors to one side and four doors, two to each side, variants and the adjustable kits can take doors up to 1300mm wide each and up to 2700mm tall each. For more information on the iMpero Telescopic Pocket Door Kit, please contact us on 0207 099 2822 or email us at

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.