This conventional bi-parting door is manufactured in galvanised steel with optional powder coating. Simple modular construction enhances the ease of operation and reduces maintenance requirements. These cost-effective doors possess exceptional structural strength yet maintain an aesthetically pleasing look. Large vision areas can be fitted, as can pedestrian or wicket doors.
Coroslide doors are suitable for factories, warehouses and showrooms, amongst other applications.
The door slides horizontally to open and close and can be motor or manually operated. All Coroma sliding doors have sealed ball packs, ensuring very little effort to move.
The door can be situated in or outside the building. If fitted outside, a canopy fixed to the wall will cover the top guide system.
Weatherproofing can be incorporated into the door construction.
Can be clad in timber for greater aesthetic appeal, for example, in wine cellars.
These cost-effective doors possess exceptional structural strength yet remain aesthetically pleasing.
Large vision areas can be fitted, as can pedestrian or wicket doors.
Doors are operated using either a compact motor, a rack and pinion drive motor, or by manual push-pull.
The doors are available with either top hung or bottom sliding mechanisms, dependent on size. They are locked using drop bolts.
Single leaf doors are manufactured to a maximum size of 7 m wide by 2.5 m high. Multiple leaf doors are manufactured to a maximum of 7 m high by as many doors as required, wide (or by special design).
Simple modular construction enhances the ease of operation and reduces maintenance requirements.
Lend themselves to the incorporation of access doors and are easily motorised.
The doors can be sheeted to match the building’s fascia or cladding.
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