VELFAC 200 bi-parting sliding double door
Thanks to its unique construction, the VELFAC bi-parting double sliding door can create an extra-wide, uninterrupted opening of up to 2.5 metres*, ideal for kitchens, dining rooms or garden rooms. The composite frame design combines low maintenance, durable external aluminium with attractive inner pine, to enhance your property inside and out.
VELFAC sliding doors are available in two different versions:
The VELFAC sliding door with low threshold provides the same beautiful slim profile, security features and high energy performance of his standard threshold version (75mm), and it is Part Q compliant.
Keeping it simple
The bi-parting sliding double door takes up very little space when open, also making it the ideal choice for narrow terraces or balconies – anywhere where space is at a premium.
The signature slim VELFAC frame design delivers a flat, seamless façade when the door is combined with other VELFAC windows, whether fixed or opening. The slim frame also improves energy efficiency meaning no cold spots, and full use of floor space right up to the glass.
*As with all VELFAC products, the bi-parting sliding double door is custom-made. The maximum opening of 2.5 metres depends on the size of the specific project.
Frequently asked questions
Double sliding doors with or without frames?
"Frameless" doors may allow an higher level of noise to penetrate from outside, and can also have a reduced thermal insulation compared with more visible frames windows and doors systems. VELFAC sliding doors have a slim profile of 54mm which allows an uninterrupted view without compromising on performance.
How to adjust double glazed sliding patio doors?
We have created some short videos to show you how to adjust VELFAC windows and doors and make them run optimally. You can find them here
What set VELFAC doors apart?
VELFAC sliding doors are in line, meaning that when the VELFAC doors are closed, the sliding section and the fixed section are flush. The VELFAC sliding door has the same sightline of the windows, giving a uniform design.