Manual sliding doors are becoming increasingly popular. They are ideal for offices, hotels, doctors’ rooms and residential applications, among others, as they don’t take up additional space when opening and allow for optimal use of the floor area.
Glass sliding doors also have the advantage of transparency and admitting light to interior spaces. Even shelves, walk-in wardrobes, cloakrooms, bathrooms and kitchenettes can be closed off discreetly behind sliding glass doors.
However, glass is fragile and wherever glass doors are used, safety must always be a principal consideration. That is why Geze has developed the SoftStop mechanism for its sliding door fittings. The draw-in damping action of the SoftStop mechanism provides for a smooth, soft stop in opening and closing the doors.
Geze offers the innovative, roller-guided sliding door system Perlan 140 in different versions for single- and double-leaf sliding doors. The system can be used for mounting light to heavy interior doors and sliding shutters made from wood, glass, plastic or metal, with door leaves weighing up to 140kg. High quality materials and top-class manufacturing ensure the system is resilient and durable in frequent-use applications.