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invisidoor SDX Corner
Invisible aluminium frame for sliding doors in the wall
Now that the invisidoor SDX is also available for sliding doors in a corner setup, it opens up a whole new world of interior design possibilities. Both in assisted-living centres and lofts, the art lies in separating small spaces without having to lose that ‘sense of spaciousness’. This is often a major challenge in assisted-living centres and rest homes, where the available space is growing scarcer. A corner sliding door is a creative solution to an enclosable bathroom that is still freely accessible for wheelchair users.
A loft exudes openness and that’s exactly why the invisidoor SDX fits in perfectly there. Given that the doors disappear completely into the wall when open, the open feeling of the loft remains perfectly intact, while you can still separate the two spaces almost instantly.
|SDX 125 corner|
|Max. door width (single door)1||1500mm|
|Max. door height||3000mm|
|Max. door thickness||44mm|
|Max. door weight||100kg|
Delivered as standard with:
|Frame||Invisidoor SDX door frame in corner setup|
|Sliding door profile||
|Sliding door fitting sets||
|Finish||Made as standard with a primer that can be painted over|
1 Min. door width with one Slow Stop = 730 mm
1 Min. door width with two Slow Stops = 930 mm
Minimum recessed installation dimensions:
- Door A recessed length: B = (width of door panel x 2) + 31 mm
- Door A recessed height: H = height of door panel + 65 mm
- Door B recessed length: B = (width of door panel x 2) + 31 mm
- Door B recessed height: H = height of door panel + 65 mm
- Free passage = √ ((door leaf A-30)²+(door leaf B+10)²)
- In case door leaf A is in front of door leaf B.
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