Small bedroom - no problem with Hettich's WingLine 770 / 780 Folding Door System.
Almost every house in Ireland suffers with the problem of a box bedroom or just small bedroom with wardrobes that leave very little room to manoeuvre once the doors are open.
We're looking at Hettich's Wingline 770 / 780 folding door system. This system has been designed using quality materials and parts and is built to last.
The difference between the WingLine 770 and WingLine 780:
WingLine 770. The folding door system simply hooks into the runner profile with guide rollers keeping it in place. Quality that‘s felt in every movement. Designed for doors weighing up to 20 kg.
The WingLine 780 folding door system offers a smooth action incorporating a simple design. Fitting it is very easy and practical: To fit shelves, the door panel detaches from the running element and simply folds back. Can be used for doors up to 10 kg each.
Technical details in brief
For one folding door with 2 panels
Overlay door position
For wooden doors
Suitable for use with soft-closing Sensys hinge
Door panel weight up to 20 kg
Door height up to 2200 mm
Door-panel width up to 500 mm
With WingLine 26 as bottom guide
Tested with 40000 cycles
See how Hettich's fittings help create a wardrobe you will love.
WingLine 770/780 is always stocked in our warehouse in NAA. Please get in touch on 01-4600064 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and ordering.
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