Email sales inviswall-info. We combine the aesthetic beauty and visibility of glass with engineered and tested hardware systems. The BP Door maintains its clean transparent appearance, with a distinct solid look across the bottom of the door. The bottom rail is available in varying heights to create a dramatic effect or to align with sidelite glass bottom rails. The door rails can match in height or vary to create a specific aesthetic. Sliding doors are contemporary and versatile.
Mechanical rail systems offer flexibility, style
GEZE - Glass Systems
The On-Eazi rails facilitate the installation of extremely heavy-duty and wide doors and offer maximum protection and effective sealing of the lower glass edges. With a wide variety of function options such as sliding doors, pivoting doors whether by floor spring, transom closer or free pivot and many alternative lock functions you will find an On-Eazi rail module for your application. Moreover a choice off finishes such as Satin Stainless Steel, Polished Stainless Steel, Satin Anodised Aluminium, Powdercoated and other optional custom finishes round off this product nicely. These robust base rails are available with integral locks, prepared for the option of housing style deadlocks for pivoting and sliding doors. The deadlocks utilise oval cylinders making them highly suitable for master keying to the building system. This has led to the design of rails requiring no glass preparation — no holes, no cut-outs.
Glass and Timber Door Ironmongery Specialists
Sliding doors have been in use since medieval time. Back than these sliding doors were made of stones and would roll in rollers made out of stone as well. Modern architecture used sliding doors for both domestic and commercial purposes.
The glass door market also witnessed a new development during the early part of that decade: glass rail systems. The systems are on the top and bottom of glass doors to provide an attachment between the door and the door frame. And like hairstyles, cars and music, they have changed considerably. These types of rails, when cladded in stainless steel, had the end caps welded on and polished for a seamless look and fit. This craftsman method of making doors is both time consuming and expensive but produces a high quality product.