Axelent’s X-Guard series includes a broad range of doors in as many designs, with the answer to your company’s needs among them. Below is a presentation of the X-Guard sliding door series.
Single and double sliding doors
Sliding doors don’t take much space in terms of depth and are a good alternative when there’s space to slide the door sideways. The design of the double sliding door allows for a varied opening of up to 2.9 metres and is used, for example, with shuttle runners in the processing industry. Both the single and the double variants are smart solutions for both your wallet and your convenience.
Sliding door with centre locking
The next step up, if you want to split the opening width in two, is a sliding door with centre locking. If space is limited on both sides, you can split the opening by sliding the door leaves in opposite directions. This door offers a maximum opening of almost 6 metres.
Double and triple sliding doors with rail
The ultimate problem solvers. To the side of the door is a fixed section, where the door leaves are gathered. Suitable if space is limited but a larger opening is required. A very stable construction, thanks to the linear guide rails.
Single sliding door without overhead rail
An excellent solution for an opening without an overhead obstacle or when the ceiling is the highest point. Perfect for handling larger goods transported by an overhead crane and chains or large forklifts. Our single sliding door without an overhead rail is available in two similar versions. One has wider door leaves and a slightly sturdier construction while the other has telescopic rails for smaller openings.
Sliding door with centre locking and no overhead rail
Two single doors that meet in the middle and together provide an opening of up to almost 6 metres. Relatively simple designs, considering the convenience of the width and unrestricted headroom of the opening. Optimised design suited to essentially just about any industrial environment. The opening width depends in part on the type of lock used. When space is extremely limited, the variants with telescopic rails can truly save the day.
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