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Sliding door completely integrated into the architecture

DORMA-Glas' MUTO Comfort L 80 Pocket

There are many arguments for sliding glass doors in interiors, both from a design and a functional point of view. Freely selectable in size, they are suitable, for example, for narrow passages where space is limited. In particularly large widths as single or double doors or in combination with glass side panels, they show their strengths in spacious, light-flooded room concepts. The generally minimalist appearance also contributes to this. Now, with the MUTO Comfort L 80 Pocket sliding door solution, DORMA-Glas has gone one step further: All the guide and functional elements, and even the door itself, can be made invisible on request.

The modified modules from the MUTO range allow the running track to be installed in a ceiling slot and also allow the sliding door to be moved into a wall pocket. This leaves the wall next to the passageway free for decorative design or practical furniture, whether in small flats or for the flexible separation of offices or other areas of use.

 

The principle of installation and adjustment of all functional elements in free access with terminating privacy profiles has also been implemented in these new variants in an assembly-friendly manner. DORMA-Glas also provides a kit for the wall pocket itself, which is designed for the standard wall thickness of drywalls (inside 100 mm / outside 150 mm). The doors can be designed in glass from 8 - 13.5 mm thick. Wooden doors can be used from 28 - 40 mm thickness. Door widths can be between 660 and 1,500 mm, and even up to 2,000 mm for individual wall pocket construction.

Damper units in both closing and opening directions gently guide the doors into their final positions over the last few centimetres. A push-to-open functional unit replaces the damper in the opening direction when the door is fully retracted into a wall pocket. The prerequisite is a flat handle solution instead of the usual bar handles. The disappearance of the door in the wall pocket is not only a visual benefit. The use of the full passage width is also an advantage in terms of accessibility. And a light push on the glass edge is enough to move the door out of the wall pocket again.

When closed, the door leaves are enclosed on both the wall pocket side and the closing side of the door by brush seals that are integrated into the vertical end profiles. In this way, even with a sliding door, a draught- and sound-minimised room closure is created.

 

Contact

Ulrike Claas

Max-Planck-Straße 33-45
32107 Bad Salzuflen

Ulrike.claas@dormakaba.com

+49 5222 924 519

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