Designed to keep sports equipment safe and secure, these doors must also behave as the hall wall when closed. The doors and tracks are designed to create a flush finish and when opening do not swing out but travel safely in the enclosed vertical and horizontal guides. The open door is fully contained within the track and so does not protrude into the hall when open. A recessed handle is designed-in to prevent the risk of injury and an elasticated foot trap protection device is fitted across the bottom edge.
Designed as an open-for-infill frame, that can be clad in a material and finish of your choice, the whole assembly is precision engineered. This attention to detail makes these doors easier to fit, with the required accuracy to ensure a flush fit and appearance is achieved.
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