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Introducing the SAHECO SF-A Sliding Door Gear

September 22, 2017 by · Comments Off on Introducing the SAHECO SF-A Sliding Door Gear 

Doorstuff are pleased to introduce a new product from the prestigious SAHECO range. The SF-A 60/100 sliding door gear can be used on timber doors weighing 60 to 100kg on a medium-use door.  The SAHECO range of sliding door gear also offers superior running performance due to low friction nylon wheels and roller bearing axles used in the sliding mechanism. The new sliding door gear would make an excellent addition to a home as it can be used as a standard single door, or even for double doors or wardrobe doors.

For further information on the features of the product, or how the product can be used, please call us on 0207 099 2822 or email info@sliding-doorstuff.co.uk

Track for wardrobe up to 5 metres wide

September 2, 2013 by · Comments Off on Track for wardrobe up to 5 metres wide 

sf-53

If planning a large wardrobe with 4 or 5 or more doors, then look no further than the SAHECO SF-30 or SF-53 sliding door gear. Available in up to 5m long track, and in single, twin or double track configurations. Ideal for use with MDF doors; maximum weight for the SF-30 is 30 kgs per door, maximum weight for the SF-53 is 45kgs per door. Action is smooth and quiet with a ball bearing system within the body of the roller wheel. The picture above is of the SF-53.

I am looking for some tracking to fit four 30″ wardrobe sliding doors. Do you have any, I need it in one length?

January 15, 2012 by · Comments Off on I am looking for some tracking to fit four 30″ wardrobe sliding doors. Do you have any, I need it in one length? 

With 4 wardrobe doors of 30″ width, I estimate you’re looking for about 3 metres of track. The SAHECO SF-30 or SAHECO SF-53 would be the best systems – which one will depend upon the weight of the doors, they both come up in a variety of kit / track lengths.  You might go for a three door kit @ 3000mm long, and then buy and extra door pack for the 4th door.  Or we do a four door kit @ 3450mm long, then trim off the unwanted length.

Q: I would like to fit frameless frosted green glass doors into a recess in my bedroom to create a wardrobe…

January 25, 2011 by · Comments Off on Q: I would like to fit frameless frosted green glass doors into a recess in my bedroom to create a wardrobe… 

…The aperture is 2.75mx1.4m – its a strange half-height recess.  I would like to fit a slider mechanism in to the concrete block at the top and suspend 2 or 3 frameless glass panel doors which slide across each other.  I have a builder who can fit this for me, but might need some advice.
A: If your glass panels are under 80kg each then you can use the Rollan 80G system. You can read all about it on our website at the link in the text.  For 2 panels passing in front of each other you would need 2 x R80.32G kits (although they are 3.2m long you can cut them down).  For 3 panels running on two tracks, you would need one extra door pack, see the components list.  If you need more advice, just give us a ring.

A lock for sliding wardrobe doors?

September 3, 2010 by · Comments Off on A lock for sliding wardrobe doors? 

Q: (from John) I need to lock some sliding wardrobe doors.  How can I do it?
A: (from Doorstuff) The only solution we can offer is to use a 3 lever mortice sliding door lock, see that link (4th item on the page).

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