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104N/94 Roller Guide

The 104N/94 Roller Guide is designed for use with metal framed doors as part of the Pacer System from P C Henderson.

Pacer Sliding is suitable for wooden, aluminium or metal doors weighing up to 200kg. The system is ideally suited to modern applications including offices, shop fronts and other stylish interiors. To learn more about Pacer Straight Sliding, click here.

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The 104N/94 Roller Guide from P C Henderson is perfect for use with a range of sliding door hardware systems from P C Henderson. The features and benefits of the product are as follows:

  • Suitable for use with Pacer Sliding
  • A robust roller guide for use in commercial applications
  • Other components available to purchase
  • Enhances the operation of the door hardware system
  • Easy to install

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Why P C Henderson?

P C Henderson has over 100 years of experience in the design, manufacture and supply of sliding and folding door hardware. This history coupled with excellence in product and service has made the brand synonymous with quality and innovation. To support this, all products are offered with a ten-year warranty and manufactured to ISO 9001 standards.

P C Henderson has offices in Ireland, the Netherlands and China along with an extensive network of distributors and representatives across the globe – exporting to over 70 countries worldwide.

Customer service and technical support teams are always on hand to offer advice for door hardware projects and have exceptional product knowledge and capability. Further support is offered by comprehensive fitting instructions and installation videos.

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