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NEW Softbrake system can be fitted (and post fitted) to SF-30 and SF-53 sliding wardrobe door gear – in stock now!

September 17, 2013 by · Comments Off on NEW Softbrake system can be fitted (and post fitted) to SF-30 and SF-53 sliding wardrobe door gear – in stock now! 

sf-33-softbrakeNEW Optional Soft Brake:  The SAHECO SF-30 and SF-53 wardrobe sliding door systems can now be fitted with a Soft Brake system which allows the doors to slowly glide to a stop. The system can be fitted at the time of installation or can be post fitted later. The unit is suitable for left or right opening doors.  The Soft Brake is a single unit that operates on one edge of the door only. For the door to Soft Brake on the opening and closing cycle, two units must be fitted and the door must be a minimum of 590mm wide.  They are an inexpensive way to add a touch of sophistication to your wardrobe doors at £13.50 per unit.

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.

We have a wardrobe with three large sliding mirror doors running on a ground level track…

January 10, 2011 by · Comments Off on We have a wardrobe with three large sliding mirror doors running on a ground level track… 

…the runners are now worn and need to be replaced. There is an aluminium trim around each door and the bottom one conains a pair of units containing the runners. The existing runners have given 25 years service and both the manufacturer and retailer are out of business. My idea is to simply replace the bottom trim with a new trim containing the runners. Can you help?
Our systems tend not to be suitable for mirrored doors, because of the weight of the doors and the fixing methods, so you would probably find something better elsewhere.  The only one of ours which might be worth a quick look is the Geze Perlan sliding door gear, which can be used as a heavy duty bottom running track (i.e. fitted upside down) but the fixing brackets are designed to be used with timber doors.  You can see it on our website at the link given above.

Recommend a wardrobe sliding door kit for my doors?

November 22, 2010 by · Comments Off on Recommend a wardrobe sliding door kit for my doors? 

Q: (from Dennis) I have two doors measuring 6 foot x 21 inches 3/4 inch thick which I want to slide past each other like a in wardrobe on double tracks top and bottom.  They are 15kgs each and 16mm thick.  Would your kit be suitable?
A: Yes, the Coburn Jason 4J can take doors up to 25kg each and the minimum door thickness is 12mm.  The bottom tracks can be surface mounted (or recessed) and the wheels are surface mounted to the back face of the doors.  The top tracks can be morticed in or surface mounted (see the technical pdf at this link).

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