Sliding wardrobe door kit for single wardrobe and cupboard doors weighing up to 45kg
For use with wood, wood framed, MDF and hollow doors weighing up to 45kg
Ideal for single sliding wardrobe and cupboard doors
Hangers fix to the back face of the door
Designed with nylon wheels on an aluminium track for a quiet and smooth operation
Fittings kit available for when an additional door is required
Optional accessories include an aluminium fascia and a range of flush pulls
Ideal for single sliding wardrobe and cupboard doors, Single Top is suitable for wood, wood framed, MDF and hollow doors weighing up to 25kg each.
Smooth and Quiet Operation
The system has been designed using nylon wheels and an aluminium track to ensure a smooth and quiet operation.
Three Kits Available
Three kits are available in a number of different track lengths to cater for a maximum door width of 900mm. The track can be cut to length to suit your application. Designed with hangers that fix to the back face of the door, Single Top can be used with doors with a minimum thickness of 16mm.
For double sliding door applications, a sliding wardrobe door fittings kits is available. For bypassing sliding wardrobe doors, please visit Double Top.
A clip on fascia is available in an aluminum finish to conceal the sliding door gear for minimalistic applications. Sliding door handles are also available in a range of shapes, styles and finishes – please see accessories below.
Watch our handy video to guide you through the installation process – view the video below.
Is it possible to use this system for a birch plywood door 2400 x 1300 x 18 mm?
Question by: Kate Donkin on 22 Oct 2020, 01:00
Good afternoon, The maximum size track we provide for the Single Top is 2400mm. Therefore the maximum door width suitable would be 1200mm. The next best option is to use Husky but this requires the doors to be 20mm. It may be best to call our technical department on 0191 3777345 to resolve the issue. Thanks Kate Marketing Assistant
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 22 Oct 2020, 15:58
Why is there a minimum thickness of 16mm for the door? Why can't I use a thinner (and lighter) material?
Question by: Ian Briant on 23 Mar 2021, 00:00
Good aternoon,Using a thinner material than the stated 16mm thickness may cause the hanger fixings to extrude through to the frontside of the door.Many thanks,KateMarketing Executive
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 25 Mar 2021, 12:47