Open and shut options galore with SlideLine hardware
March 11, 2018 | 10:37 am CDT
PASADENA -- As a 1-track overlay option, Hetttich's SlideLine M is opening up more and more options in shelf systems and living room storage units: doors that slide back and forth produce a fascinating interplay between open and closed segments in furniture. Projecting by just 8 mm, the profile keeps sliding doors close to the casework, guaranteeing minimal gaps at either side. Two doors can cross each other in just one profile.  Various profile sets in profile heights of 16, 18, 22 and 25 mm provide close hugging solutions. And the decorative profile in silver, white, black or champagne elegantly blends into the design of furniture.
Furniture can be closed off completely with SlideLine M in the 2-track inset version. Whether in the form of kitchen wall unit, as a clever midway solution, or children's bedroom furniture, 2 or 3-door units can be created with incredible ease. The runner and guide profiles can be installed on different case and worktop materials as they can either be screwed on, stuck on or groove mounted.
Whether 1-track overlay or 2-track inset - the level of convenience remains the same. Perfectly soft stopped sliding doors underscore the quality of furniture. Silent System is discreetly integrated on the running component and moves doors quietly and gently in opening and closing direction. Where several sliding doors run in one profile, soft colliding slows them down as they move towards each other. SlideLine M is suitable for all common furniture designs and doors made of wood, glass or aluminum weighing up to 30 kg. It is installed quickly and easily on the assembled case.
Hettich is exhibiting in Booth #616 at the Cabinets & Closets Expo.  Click Here for a complete Exhibitors List.

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