Telescopic sliding door kit for doors weighing up to 120kg
Ideal for sliding room dividers to create flexible living spaces
Designed without the need for a guide channel to allow a minimalistic finish
Doors are linked together via a toothed belt and pulley, allowing them to travel simultaneously
Doors can slide to one or both sides of the opening
Available in three different kit variants to cater for multiple door configurations
Track must be purchased in addition to kit
Ideal for flexible living spaces, Soltaire Telescopic offers an exceptionally sophisticated sliding door system. When open, the doors can slide to one or both sides of the opening to create open plan layouts. Alternatively, the doors can be closed to create two separate environments.
Multiple Door Configurations
Catering for doors weighing up to 120kg, the system can be specified in a number of different door configurations to suit openings up to 4520mm wide.
The system has been designed without the need for a guide channel to allow for a seamless walkway between rooms - reducing trip hazards. When open, the doors stack neatly to the side of the opening to allow for easy access.
The doors are linked together using a toothed belt and pulley, allowing doors to travel in a simultaneous motion.
Our 120 Track must be specified in addition to this kit (1 track per door). Kit comes complete with hangers and track stops.
A number of different handles and flush pulls are available as optional extras - please see the accessories tab below.
For lighter doors weighing up to 80kg - please see Husky Telescopic.
Please note: TEL120/4 is a made to order item, delivery date will be provided upon order confirmation.
Does it matter what the depth of the door is for this product? I'm currently looking at 44mm or 54mm options would these work?
Question by: Kate Donkin on 22 Oct 2020, 01:00
Good afternoon, The maximum recommended door depth for this product is 47mm, it hasn 't been tested to anything above this so we wouldn 't be able to recommend using it with a 54mm door. Any further questions - please get in touch. Thanks, Kate Marketing Assistant
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 22 Oct 2020, 16:20
I am trying to span a 5.2m gap with a sliding door solution in a residential property - preferably all returning to a pocket on one side only. Is this possible? What is the limitation with regards to the recommended height and width of the door units? if they individually weigh less than the 120kg limit - could they be taller than 2700? or wider than 1200? (or both!) thank you.
Question by: Tony Binks on 19 Jan 2021, 00:00
Good morning,It is possible to install our Soltaire Telescopic with a cavity wall, however we do not supply the cavity frame for this application.Unfortunately even if the door weight is lower than 120kg, the maximum width and height still apply.Many thanks,KateMarketing Executive
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 26 Jan 2021, 08:33
Can you install this system into a pocket?
Question by: Kate Donkin on 29 Jan 2021, 00:00
Good morning,It is possible to install our Soltaire Telescopic with a cavity wall, however we do not supply the cavity frame for this application.Many thanks,KateMarketing Executive
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 29 Jan 2021, 10:22
Does Henderson offer acoustical seals or brushes to work with this sliding telescopic system, or is there a recommended product for acoustic separation?