Aluminium systems manufacturer Aluprof has introduced a new sliding folding to its range of sliding doors systems. The MB-86 FOLD LINE features a hinged stile sight line of just 133mm – one of the slimmest currently on the market.
The sliding folding features a 77mm wide, triple chamber door leaf profile, including a 34mm polyamide thermal break for excellent thermal insulation and strength, allowing doors of up to 2700mm high and 1000mm wide.
The MB-86 FOLD LINE allows door leafs of up to 100Kg in weight to be accommodated with the option of triple, or quadruple glazing, to be easily specified up to 60mm in thickness.
Rebated and low-level thresholds are an option as well as open in and open out options for the folding arrangement.
With a low profile count, fabricators do not need to stock an extensive range of profiles to manufacture the complete system. Furthermore, the ‘MB-86 FOLD LINE’ is fully compatible with the MB-86 range of framing, door and window systems.
Aluprof systems are increasingly being specified on a wide range of residential and commercial projects across the UK. All systems are designed and installed by selected, specially trained companies to ensure each product meets the Aluprof exacting standards.
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