Passage between rooms

In terms of space utilization, a sliding door that slides into the wall is the optimal solution for the passage between rooms. The pocket for the doors used in these cases come from a renowned company, and are intended for subsequent plastering or plasterboard lining. The doors can travel down a lower rail or be hung. Of course, there is a set-up for damping with a dock so that the door narrows to the wall.

If it is not possible to prepare the building space for insertion into the wall, the guide rails for the lower line and the suspended version can be mounted in front of the wall. Thanks to the rack design, everything will work quietly and smoothly.