Manual Sliding Wall system improved with practical new technology

  • 3 Jul 2015

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SmartGuide technology

SmartGuide technology eradicates the need for a swing door end panel; the leaves can glide around corners for storage

Developed to enhance GEZE’s Manual Sliding Wall (MSW) system, SmartGuide allows leaves to slide around corners before storing them neatly away.

It is able to create large open entrances and spaces that need to be temporarily divided.

With rolling and guiding features, the SmartGuide carriage allows individual sections of the wall to be moved with little effort.

All the leaves can be moved and stored within the stacking area, eliminating the need for the installation of a swing door end panel.

A functional solution

With the addition of SmartGuide, GEZE’s Manual Sliding Wall (MSW) systems offers a solution that is both aesthetic and functional.

Specifically designed for use in busy public locations, such as airports, hotels, retail environments and restaurants, the MSW system is modular in design, giving architects the freedom to modify it so it complements its surroundings.

When closed, the walls are lockable; they can be fully or partially opened, ensuring ease of access for all.

Unique design

GEZE has created three profile designs to complement the door, each offering different benefits.

With a profile height of 107mm, Classicline fits directly on to the glass at a slight angle; Pureline, which can be combined with existing systems, boasts a modern and angled design.

GEZE’s MSW system offers practicality, whilst maintaining its aesthetics

On the other hand, Protectline provides protection against glass damage, that may be caused by cleaning machines.

The covers can be clipped in place after the leaves have been installed; no drilling is required.

Each cover can be customised to reflect the interior design, with a range of colour schemes and finishes available.

Integrated all-glass systems

Alternatively, the MSW can be combined with GEZE’s integrated all-glass system (IGG).

IGG is able to invisibly integrate the profiles and fitting system between the panes of glass. To disguise the fitting technology, the inside of the pane is printed at the edge of the glass, ensuring that there are no visible or bulky parts on the glass surface.


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