Door and window control systems maker Geze UK is launching two stainless steel space-saving door systems designed for glass doors and suitable for a variety of buildings.
The Aerolan offers a minimalist twist on traditional wall-mounted systems, and uses a contemporary steel-finish slim frame attached to the ceiling or wall to support the suspended glass doors.
The Geolan is a floor-mounted door system, making it possible to specify sliding doors in buildings where wall or ceiling mounting is not possible, especially where there is a suspended ceiling or where heavy or extra-large doors are required. The Aerolan holds door leafs up to 105kg, while the Geolan can supports heavyweight doors of up to 135kg.
A clean steel finish is used on all the rollers and rails in both systems. The company claims that the nylon bearing surfaces allow both systems to be operated noiselessly and easily. The small carrier rollers allow the Aerolan to be mounted onto ceilings where there is little clearance.
Used with glass doors, Aerolan is equipped with a door leaf holder to ensure a safe and secure fitting, while its floor guide rail is suitable for toughened safety glass of 8mm, 10mm and 12mm thicknesses.
Specifier 11 April 2008
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