New shower door complements MasterTrack® sliding door series

New shower door complements MasterTrack® sliding door series
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Date: 25 June 2020

After Bohle AG launched the MasterTrack FT high-tech sliding door system for interior fit-out applications in 2019, the next step is now the series expansion with the product application for showers identical in construction... MasterTrack® ST.

Just like the MasterTrack® sliding door system for interior fit-out applications, the version for showers stands out thanks to its unrivalled running smoothness. This can be traced back to the technically sophisticated carriages and the dampers equipped with high quality hydraulics. The applications are manifold: MasterTrack® ST is equally suited for space-saving bathrooms and large width dimensions in spacious showers.

Thanks to the unobtrusive design of the profile rail, the door for corner or recess applications or detached showers optimally fits into the most diverse bathroom designs. Depending on your wishes, the system can be mounted barrier-free or with a threshold. In addition, the small gap of only 12 mm between sliding door and fixed glazing reduces water leakage to a minimum.

Apart from its high quality appearance, the sliding door system has been positively received because of its easy installation. Drill holes in the glass pane are no longer needed thanks to a clamping mechanism which at the same time guarantees a safe and tight fit due to its special clamping inserts. For this purpose, the clamp is simply positioned flush on the edge of the glass pane. Any further glass processing becomes superfluous. Once the carriage is fitted to the rail, all components are accessible and can be easily adjusted from the front.

The aluminium profile rail is available with 1.20 m and 2.00 m, as well as with a matt or (shiny) polished finish. MasterTrack® ST supports glass panes of up to 40 kg for a glass thickness of 8 mm.

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