Suspended sliding doors hang on the upper special sliding rail by means of the upper rollers of all their weight and they do not have a sliding rail attached to the floor. It is always replaced by a sub-guide hidden under the sliding door. The lower guide is always hidden under the sliding door and does not interfere with walking or hurt the eye. However, the sub-guide limits the swaying and movement of the door so that it cannot move more than a fraction of its own width.
In general, we recommend using hanging rails for room dividers, ie slides and room dividers between rooms.
As sliding doors hang on the load-bearing structure with all their weight on sliding rails, this place demands on the strength of the load-bearing wall or ceiling. It is not recommended to attach the hanging door to either the plaster wall or the plaster ceiling.
We can produce sliding doors on sliding rails with the following profiles: PRESTIGE, MASTER, EXCLUSIVE, MASTER LIGHT, PARON, PARON EXTRA, STRICTLY