A sliding door that combines functionality with elegance.
February 1st, 2010
The new HAWA Purolino 80 is a modern glass sliding system which acts as a space divider whilst maintaining a transparent finish.
As the name suggests, the designer hardware system offers a concealed suspension for surface mounting to walls, ceilings or integrated ceiling installation.
Its running gear is completely integrated in the top track, which is also used for flush fitting ceiling installations and makes for easier interior planning.
Matching cover caps in anthracite-grey plastic or die-cast zinc provide a visually perfect finish to each end of the top track.
Top tracks flush-fitted into the ceiling provide the greatest possible transparency.
The running gear is still easily accessible from below at any time without having to remove ceiling elements.
HAWA PUROLINO 80 is no less eye-catching when surface mounted to the wall or ceiling thanks to its cubistic, unadorned top track, available in a plain anodised or stainless steel finish.
HAWA PUROLINO 80 is designed to be used in purist surroundings, whether in private residences or in public buildings such as hotels and resorts, clinics, and offices.
The PUROLINO 80 is suitable for glass doors up to 80kg and 700mm wide and the toughened glass is available in 8. 10 and 12 mm.
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