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Category Archives: wardrobe & cupboard doors
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
I’m looking for wardrobe sliding door gear with a length of 2900mm to take three doors (MDF) running on two tracks. One door at rear with two at front. Any ideas please?
As long as your individual doors are less than 25kg each in weight, then you can choose between the Coburn Jason bottom running wardrobe gear (you’d need to order 2 kits to get the length) or the Coburn Twin 60 … Continue reading
I am trying to find a sliding wardrobe system that would allow me to have sloping doors to fit in a dormer window. Either a front mounted system I could fit to a shelf within the wardrobe or a floor mounted system?
The sliding door gear we would recommend for your situation is the Coburn Jason, it has wheels running on a track at the bottom and a top track to act as a guide.
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.
I have built 2 wardrobes, originally I was intending to hang 2 x 444mm doors on each carcass using standard sprung hinges. Unfortunately this would leave no space between the wardrobe and the bed, therefore I am now looking at a sliding door system. I need a system which will fulfill my dimensions and provide tracks for both top and bottom, along with all other hardware in terms of rollers etc. Please could you advise on a suitable system which would provide everything I need?
As long as your doors are no more than 25kg each and 12mm minimum thickness, then we would recommend the Jason sliding door gear: 4J – 2 door kit 1200mm (47″) which you can cut down to size. This will … Continue reading
Q: I have a 60cm width cupboard door in bedroom I’d like to make into a sliding door to save space. Please could you advise me if any of your sliding gear is suitable for this job?
A: If the door is less than 9 kgs in weight you could use a Coburn Hush kit, or if the doors are up to 25 kgs you might look at a Coburn Jason kit. The other alternative for doors … Continue reading
Thank you for your enquiry. The weight limit on the Coburn Hush is per door.
The bottom track of my mirror wardrobe doors has recently snapped and I am try to locate a replacement. There are no manufacture’s markings. Would your BK4 product (lower track) provide the answer? My doors have metal grooved rollers that run on plastic/nylon track. Does your BK4 track come in sections longer than 2m, ie. 3.6m and would it roll up for easy postage?
Our BK4 track is only designed to bear up to 7kg in weight, or up to 12kg with nylon wheels. I think your mirrored glass doors will be substantially heavier than this. It only comes in 2m lengths, which could … Continue reading