A Trendy Furniture Sliding Glass/Timber Door Solution that Offers Freedom of Design.
April 19th, 2011
HAWA-Antea 50-80 is a trendy furniture sliding door solution perfectly suited for modern, high quality interior designs. This completely new system for doors that slide in front of the cabinet body is extremely versatile in use.
Envision large-area cabinet fronts with ever-changing faces of glass or timber or even an attractive mix of the two. The effortless result is a room design with an aesthetic appeal that clients find inspirational down to the last detail.
The HAWA-Antea 50-80 furniture sliding door system is available in two versions for both 50 and 80 kg weight categories, and offers an optional soft close mechanism. The 80kg version has twin-roller, ball bearing trolleys fitted on balance, contributing to its outstanding operational comfort.
While the 50kg version is equipped with high quality sleeve bearings that enable even heavy doors to glide as quietly as a whisper. The technical features of the HAWA-Antea 50-80 furniture sliding door system are equally as well – designed as the aesthetic features.
Presenting installer-friendly handling and installation, top tracks and bottom guides are attached to the front of the cabinet body and in an all timber version no tools are required to fit the doors. In addition, the Soft close mechanism, which gently decelerates and closes the doors, is discretely installed on the top of the cabinet so there is no sign of unsightly hardware components.
This new HAWA-Antea 50-80 furniture sliding door system is suitable for every conceivable environment, from private living areas to furniture construction in administrative and office buildings, in hospitals, schools and museums.
From single sliding doors to complete cabinet fronts, this hardware and its high quality materials guarantee operational comfort and striking designs.
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