What needs to be considered with regard to the wall or ceiling structures?

Interior sliding doors

It is important that the wall or ceiling has a support structure line into which the sliding track or brackets can be firmly fixed and that can support the weight of the sliding door. Nearly all of our series support
changing the locations of the sliding track’s brackets, but the maximum distance between the brackets is always 500 mm. In some cases, the track can be fixed into plasterboard, for example, but, in this case, you need to use appropriate wall plugs that can support the weight of the sliding door. Tracks can also be installed directly into the ceiling without brackets. In
this case as well, the track should be installed into the support structures of the ceiling, where possible, and to use plugs in locations that lack support structures.

Storage and industrial sliding doors

It is important that the wall or ceiling has a support structure line or beam into which the brackets of the sliding track can be firmly fixed and that can support the weight of the sliding door. All of our series support changing the locations of the sliding track’s brackets, but the maximum distance between the brackets is always 1,000 mm.

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