Sliding glass doors are setting a new trend in modern building design. Häfele offers the ultimate sliding systems with HAWA Junior GP & GL and EKU Porta 100. Whisper quiet feather light operation, means that doors up to 160kg can be effortlessly opened and closed. All HAWA systems have been independently tested to over 100,000 […]
November 21st, 2008
Sliding glass doors are setting a new trend in modern building design. Häfele offers the ultimate sliding systems with HAWA Junior GP & GL and EKU Porta 100. Whisper quiet feather light operation, means that doors up to 160kg can be effortlessly opened and closed.
All HAWA systems have been independently tested to over 100,000 cycles, which guarantees that they will still be running just as smoothly for many years.
An optional synchronous system allows you to open a pair of doors in synchronised motion and Porta 100 is also available with concealed hardware, which makes glass doors appear to float.
No matter which system you choose, all HAWA and EKU systems feature the same Swiss design and precision engineering, allowing heavy glass doors to slide silently, smoothly and reliably for many years.
HAWA Junior: Patch fittings available in Chrome polished and satin, stainless steel colour, and brass polished and raw.
EKU Porta: Tracks in anodised aluminium.
Applications: Frameless glass doors, interior doors or partitions; residential or commercial application.
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