Futura+ Sliding door with low threshold (discontinued)
Sliding doors with low thresholds are primarily used to access terraces and patios but are essential for French balconies where space is limited. They allow for maximum utilisation of space where required.
The sliding door consists of two parts, a sliding part and a fixed part. The sliding part moves on the external side of the door. A safety catch on the mullion must activated before opening the sliding part. The sliding door is then controlled by a single handle placed on the side of the sash. Upon opening, the sliding part moves approx. 6 mm outwards and then parallel across in front of the fixed part. An end stop is placed on the top rail to prevent the sliding part from sliding too far to the side. A stop is equally placed on the jamb to prevent the sliding part from sliding into the receivers when closing the door.
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