Sliding doors

Sliding doors are practical design elements and used instead of stationary doors as wardrobe doors or room dividers. Sliding doors do not take up room, making them especially suitable for tight spaces and helping save room when opening the door. These doors glide smoothly and easily. Sliding doors are made from different profiles and door fillings. A wide selection of materials makes sliding doors a suitable solution for interiors of any style.

3 types of sliding doors

Our product selection includes:

  • Sliding doorsAluminium profiles – sliding doors with an aluminium frame are offered with 6 different profiles: S-13, S-25, S-30, S-35 and S-65. Sliding doors with an aluminium frame are cost effective. Aluminium profiles look stylish and can be made with see-through glass panels and used as wardrobe doors or room dividers. In addition to standard colours, profiles are available in different colour tones as shown in the RAL catalogue.
  • Melamine frame sliding doors – melamine frames are primarily suitable for people that like wood-like furniture. Melamine frames use special lower rollers that bear bigger loads and enable building large and heavy doors.
  • Veneer frame sliding doors – veneer frame is a natural looking sliding door profile. Similar to melamine frame, lower rollers that can bear heavy loads are used to manufacture large doors.

Door filling materials

Doors are made from different materials, such as coloured or see-through glass (interior doors), bamboo, melamine in wood-tones or a single colour, mirrors and other materials. To ensure safety, all mirrors and glasses are toughened or covered with safety film.

Sliding doors are made in accordance with the customer’s wishes and needs. Usually sliding doors are mounted onto upper and lower tracks that have been fixed onto the floor and the ceiling allowing the doors to slide close and open. It is possible to make suspended track sliding doors.

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