In addition to leaving more space around the door area, barn doors are extremely convenient when it comes to moving things through them. Medical and office equipment are often large items that are difficult to wedge through a conventional doorframe. However, there are no problems when you have the extra space that barn doors offer. Another reason barn doors are popular among architects, is their ease of installation. Traditional doors require construction, but barn doors simply need to be securely assembled onto a track installed along a mounting board that is anchored to the wall.
|Raw material||Stainless steel - Grade 304 or 316|
|Finish||Satin or Polished, custom color|
Double NSK bearing each pulley with high density POM
|Loading capacity||120 kgs|
|Used for||Glass or wood door, also metal door|
|Track size||200cm (6.6ft) regular, custom accept|
1 x Pipe with predrill hole
|2 x Hanger rollers|
|4 x Pipe holder|
|2 x Spacers for pipe holder|
|2 x soft close kits|
|1 x Bottom guide|
Q: Do you have soft close? I have an arched door - can you make longer hangars or can an extension be welded?
A: Yes, just tell me what's in your mind. Let's make it come out.
Q: I have a 4 foot door. Would this rail work for it?
A: You can use two set for bi-parting door.
Q: Do you offer extra matching door hangers? I want to use 4 narrow panels and would need additional panel hardware.
A: Yes, why not.