Sliding doors

Sliding doors


The set consists of a sliding door, a cornice with the sliding mechanism and a blind doorframe casing . A high-quality ABS edge is used on the doors with CPL and SOLO 3D surfaces. The cornice is an open box profile and it is designed to be installed above the blind doorframe casing or above a smooth door opening. A pillar with the same surface design as the blind doorframe is supplied for lockable sliding doors. The sliding door pulls can be wooden (oak, ash, beech or mahogany) or metal (polished brass, polished chrome or satin nickel). Only metallic door pulls can be used in lockable sliding doors. The lock face is in the same shade as the door pull; a standard, cylinder or toilet lock can be used. The sliding door guide rail is supplied at a length equal to double the width of the sliding door. The dimensions of the sliding door relative to the wall: the door width = the nominal door width + 9 cm (for example, the width and height of a sliding door for a 60/197 wall will be 69 cm) and the height will be 198.5 cm. The sliding door set is equipped with an automatic travel stop. The door therefore does not need to be pushed or pulled to its limit position, as it will reach it automatically and noiselessly

Sliding doors using hollow-wall structures

These sliding doors have different dimensions to wall mounted sliding doors. The door width will be the nominal door dimension + 5 cm (for example, the width of a 60/197 hollow-wall mounted sliding door will be 65 cm) and the height will be 198.5 cm. It is possible to use a classic fully panelled door and a SIMA door with a hollow wall structure in a 100 mm thick gypsum plasterboard wall.



Sliding doors