MODERN, VERSATILE, PREMIUM
Combining high performance with stunning contemporary design, our sliding aluminium door systems provide a versatile solution for any new or refurbished home.
Manufactured to the highest UK standards, this multi-configuration inline system offers outstanding thermal performance and a wide range of customisable options. In-line sliding doors are the most popular form of slider, where the door sits on rollers which glide across when opening and closing the door.
The BSF94 Inline door has a maximum panel weight of 400kg, allowing bigger sashes up to 3000mm high and 2000mm wide for truly panoramic views.
The BSC94 Inline Sliding door offers slim sightlines of as little as 45mm, allowing more light transmission and more impressive views.
The sliding door is available in mono, dual and triple rail options to suit your design and fit the available opening space.
Available in single or dual colour polyester powder coating, texture and anodised finishes, you have all the design freedom you require to create a truly unique space.
The BSC94 Inline Sliding Door combines high performance with contemporary, minimal design. This multi-configuration system provides outstanding thermal U-values of 1.5 for triple glazing (dual rail), and has a BRE Green Guide Rating of C.
This sliding door system achieves solid wind, water and air tightness test results, and is fully certified to PAS 24 and Secured by Design for maximum security.
The slim sightlines highly desirable today can be achieved with two options: the standard 85mm or ultra-slim 45mm option. This measurement relates to the interlock – the vertical aluminium profile between each panel of glass.
The maximum frame height available is 3000mm and the maximum vent width is 2000mm, allowing you to achieve the large expanses of glass that create the modern, minimal aesthetic.
|U value W/m²K||1.4-1.7 W/m²K|
|Air tightness (Pa)||Class 4 (600 Pa)|
|Water tightness (Pa)||Class 7A (300 Pa)|
|Wind load (Pa)||Class C3 (1200 Pa)|
“The finished look is exactly what I was hoping for. The house now has a modern, contemporary feel, which still respects its original design and character.”
Traditional semi-detached house owner - March 27, 2021