Sliding door pocket system ECLISSE TELESCOPICA

sliding door pocket system
sliding door pocket system
sliding door pocket system
sliding door pocket system
sliding door pocket system
sliding door pocket system
sliding door pocket system
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Description

Sliding pocket door system for two parallel doors disappearing into the same pocket Maximum opening, minimum overall dimensions The intelligent solution to use the available space Ideal for living rooms, dining rooms, meeting rooms, ECLISSE Telescopic Single ensures the smallest footprint for a wide doorway. It provides continuity in space, creating open and bright environments. When should you choose this product? To enhance large openings. In the presence of two large environments, without sacrificing the opportunity to separate them. To diffuse light between two adjoining rooms. How does it work? ECLISSE Telescopic Single accommodates two parallel sliding doors into the same wall pocket. With a simple gesture, the first door panel accompanies the second one until the full opening (or closing). The two rooms become so, when necessary, a single large volume, able to receive all the light of the surrounding space. What you should know ECLISSE Telescopic Single is supplied with passage size ranging from 1140 to 2340 mm in width and from 1000 to 2600 mm in height, both in the solid wall and in the stud wall version. The solid wall version has an internal passage of 144 mm, while in the stud wall version the same is of 134 mm. In both versions, the thickness of the finished wall is 180 mm. This counterframe is combined exclusively with wooden door panels. The ideal accessory is definitely the Telescopic synchronisation.

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