Inward opening doors
Inward opening folding wooden doors ensure great functionality and visually attractive appearance at the same time. This type of outer doors are most often used as an exit to the yard or terrace of the house, connecting the garden and indoors when opened.
Another positive aspect is the low wooden threshold – it gives extra comfort when walking through houses or public places.
STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR INWARD OPENING
Outward opening doors
Outward opening folding doors ensure great functionality and visually attractive appearance at the same time. Another positive aspect of these doors is the low wooden threshold – it gives extra comfort when walking through houses or public places.
Despite the wide sash of folding doors, which can reach up to 16 metres they ensure efficient heat and noise insulation. It is possible to make folding doors with aluminium cladding.
These doors can be manufactured from both – wood or a combination of wood and aluminium where aluminium covers the outer part of the frame and sash.
|STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR OUTWARD OPENIN
Raw material: Finger-jointed pine, solid pine or oak
Frame: 187 x 60 mm
Sash: Thickness 45, 63, 68, 76, 78 or 90 mm
Width of wooden parts: 82 - 115 mm
Threshold: Oak or Accoya
Glass: Double glazed (26 mm) or triple glazed
(36 or 48 mm) with selective coating and argon gas
Locking mechanism: High security multi point locking
Possible options: With aluminium cladding
Finishing: Varnishes or paint from RAL or NCS catalogue