Schüco Folding Sliding System ASS 70 FD
Improved function and reduction in installation complexity as well as expansion of opening types
The optimised Schüco ASS 70 FD and ASS 80 FD.HI folding sliding systems offer additional design options thanks to the opening type with 90° corner including a flat, thermally insulated floor threshold. An elegant feature retaining catch with a corresponding flat door handle is also new as an additional option.
An integrated structural expansion profile for system-based compensation for ceiling deflections completes the folding sliding systems which are smooth and easy to operate – an impressive solution for commercial projects and luxury homes.
New opening type with 90° corner expands the range of designs
New magnetic retaining catch in an elegant design
New, flat threshold with watertightness: For universal use with added comfort
Wide range of colours: Different colours on the outside and inside possible
Folding aluminum doors
People are continuously looking for ways to maximize their space, as well visually as physically. The Folding doors CF 77offers the opportunity to optimize the utilization of their rooms, drawing the external environment into their homes. Next to the improved space utilization, this innovative system offers the advantage of loads of daylight coming in, as well as an aesthetical design. Next to the functional design, the CF 77 is supplemented with a Slim-Line variant, the CF 77-SL, featuring a narrower visible width. Both designs are available in four different door sill solutions: High Performance, Medium Performance, Low Threshold and Flat Bottom Solution. The High Performance option for maximum performance in terms of air, wind and water resistance, Medium Performance combining good air, wind and water resistance with decreased threshold, the Low Threshold option offering a rise of only 18 mm and finally the Flat Bottom solution allowing easy passing and maximum convenience for high traffic. Another practical feature of CF 77 is the optional door locking principle which allows to use the first leaf as an entrance door without affecting the folding capacity of the system.