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70mm Aluminium Bifold Doors

Products: FD72 | Q72
Thermally broken. Modern, strong and extremely durable.

The 70mm aluminium folding sliding door is our most popular system. It offers a modern look coupled with strength and durability

Minimum maintenance is required to keep its looks, and it is thermally broken to keep the cold out.

Approved Document Q, Security -Dwellings PAS 24:2016
(New Build compliant) [Product Q72]

Secured by Design [Product Q72]
 Security - tested to destruction in UKAS approved testing laboratories
 Customise with a choice of RAL colour, special finish and glazing options.
Child friendly finger safe gaskets  
Thermally broken system for greater thermal efficiency

Stock colours available in black (RAL 9005 matt), white (RAL 9016 satin) and grey (RAL 7016 matt). Bifold doors in these colours can be manufactured in five working days. You can also choose from hundreds of other colours to suit your taste.

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45mm Aluminium Bifold Doors

Product: FD45
Slight lines and a smaller stacking space, ideal for internal solutions.

It offers a modern look, coupled with strength and durability and requires minimum maintenance to keep its looks.

Ideal for internal room dividers, large openings, commercial properties or where UK building regulations are not required.

Recommended for internal use only in the UK as it does not comply to the new UK building regulations October 2010. It may meet the stringent guidelines set but will have to be Krypton filled to achieve a 1.8 u-value.

The system comes in a standard colour of white (RAL 9016), but can be coloured to suit your tastes for a little extra.

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