Glass Doors That Float, From Häfele

Swiss design and precision engineering combine to make the EKU Porta 100 range the most elegant and reliable sliding glass door system available.

Even after many years the feather light, smooth operation and durability make EKU Porta 100 a joy to operate.

EKU Porta 100 comprises a range of sliding tracks and fittings for glass doors, offering many possible configurations suitable to all needs at a reasonable price.

The latest development is the Porta 100/GW model, where the sliding mechanisms are fully contained within the track. With the track concealed in the ceiling, the glass doors appear to float through the room.

600450 Glass Doors That Float, From Häfele

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