Slimline Sliding System
Aesthetics | Narrow Frame
The aesthetic advantage of slimline sliding doors is one of the main advantages: thinner profile, less intrusive and maximizing glass area.
Slimline sliding doors are frequently used in buildings with big openings that weights about 200-600kg to create a sliding glass wall with aesthetic product lines.
With Corner Sliding, the whole wall can disappear to provide 360° view.
The interlock is the vertical mullion where the sliding panels meet.
Many conventional sliding doors offer interlocks of between 35mm and 110mm. While slimline interlock is around 20mm.
With Polyamide thermal barrier technology, MEDO Bi-Fold Series help keep rooms warm in the winter and cool in the summer, subsequently reducing energy bills. In addition, a number of threshold options are also available to give further-improved weather performance.
High-security multi-point locking mechanisms are fitted on opening sashes, with shoot-bolt locking and internally glazed sealed units for added assurance.