Sliding Elements

Lift-and-slide doors, parallel-slide-and-tilt doors and fold-and-slide systems allow you personalised, virtually unlimited design options. Barrier-free exits and opening widths of up to 11 metres are available.

 

Lift-and-slide doorswaermeschutzglas

Zöllner lift-and-slide doors made from aluminium and wood enable widths of up to 11 metres and heights of up to 3 metres thanks to their individual design options and slender, sophisticated profile systems. The integrated mechanism means even the large sashes can be operated safely, conveniently and easily. Zöllner lift-and-slide systems may be perfectly incorporated into post-and-beam constructions. Barrier-free exits and wood-aluminium designs flush with ceilings are also technically possible.

Fold-and-slide systemssonnenschutzglas

The Zöllner wood-aluminium fold-and-slide systems allow door leaves to be easily and safely slid to the side to enable a larger thoroughfare with maximum opening width. Up to 7 mobile wood-aluminium leaves may be combined, resulting in an opening width of up to 6.3 metres.

 

PocketdoorsPocketdoors

The disappearing door. The panels of the PocketDoor can be fully slide away. This makes it possible to have great open spaces – for maximum brightness and opening.

 

Wood-aluminium parallel-slide-and-tilt doorschallschutzglas

If there is not enough space for a French door solution, a Zöllner parallel-slide-and-tilt door is the perfect alternative. The door’s parallel tracking prevents the door leaves from protruding into the living space.

Wood-aluminium lift-and-slide windowssicherheitsglas

Zöllner lift-and-slide windows made from wood and aluminium enable widths of up to 11 metres and heights of up to 3 metres thanks to their individual design options and slender, sophisticated profile systems. The integrated mechanism means even the large sashes can be operated safely, conveniently and easily. Zöllner lift-and-slide systems may be perfectly incorporated into post-and-beam constructions. Designs flush with ceilings are also technically possible.

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