Tag Archives: Perlan
Focus on the 30mm glass clamping plates which are used to attach the toughened glass to the top hung sliding door gear for both the GEZE Perlan and the Rollan sliding door gear for frameless glass. The glass does not need … Continue reading
Using the GEZE Rollan sliding door gear within an opening instead of a pocket door kit, such as the Hideaway or iMpero (building a homemade ‘pocket’ of your own design). Is there a reason why this wouldn’t work?
The GEZE Rollan sliding door gear can be used inside your own stud work to form a pocket door system – quite a lot of people do this in our experience. The only disadvantage might be that in order to get a … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Imagine an upside down capital “T” shaped peice of metal, about 1.5″ long, which is screwed to the floor or threshold, a groove is morticed into the bottom of the door and the door slides back and forth on the guide … Continue reading
The Perlan is the best of our German sliding door gear, with the nylon wheels and aluminium track, it runs nice and quietly. The Projeto 150 runs quietly too, but all sliding gear will make a low “rumble” which resonates … Continue reading
Used on double doors sliding on one track, meeting together in the middle and opening to give a wide access space, the doors are connected to each other via a toothed belt so that, when one door opens (or closes) … Continue reading
I need a heavy duty overhead running track with trolley wheels to hang a door 1850 wide x 2750 high. Door weight is approximately 130kg. It will have a softwood frame with one single piece of 10mm toughened glass. What do you recommend?
You may be interested in our Perlan sliding door gear which can take doors of up to 140kgs each.