Patio and Sliding Doors: VELFAC 200
To complement our windows, VELFAC make patio and sliding doors that are designed to capture more natural daylight than other traditionalstyle brands.
The patio door may be used as a direct exit or as o doorway to a balcony, for example from a living room or bedroom. The door can be divided by glazing bars or infill panels chosen to complement the overall building design.
The sliding door only takes up very little space and is specially suited for narrow terraces and balconies where making the best use of space is a concern. The bi-parting sliding door follows the slim frame design concept of VELFAC, which ensures that the facade will appear as a visual whole even when the door is combined with windows of various opening systems.
As with all VELFAC products, the patio and sliding doors are bespoke and tailored to meet the measurements of each individual project. Our largest bi-parting sliding door provides an opening of 2.6 meters that will enable easy passage and full usage of your home.
The VELFAC 200 patio or sliding doors can be coupled with all other VELFAC 200 window types.
VELFAC 200 patio doors are available in the following options:
Patio Doors - The door is outward opening and can only be operated from the inside by an espagnolette handle, which activates three locking points. It can open to 90° and be held in any position by an adjustable friction arm. A hinge allowing 180° opening is available, but a friction arm cannot be used.
2-Leaf Patio Doors - A patio door can be supplied as double leaf with a French Casement mullion, allowing a full width opening.
Sliding Doors - Sliding doors are ideal in any situation where space is limited, such as balconies or terraces. The frame profile of the sliding door matches that of the VELFAC 200 window series. When opened, the door moves 90 mm outwards from the frame, then slides across the adjacent fixed sash.
2-Leaf Sliding Doors - The bi-parting VELFAC sliding doors provide up to a 2.6m free opening to balconies, terraces or gardens. When opened, the master door moves approximately 90mm outwards from the frame. It then slides across in parallel to the fixed sash. Freeing the flushbolt in the French casement mullion the slave door can be opened accordingly. The master door is closed by two espagnolette handles, one on each side. The slave door with one espagnolette handle and a flushbolt.