(so that the door leaf covers the opening)
Remember the minimum distance of the door opening from the wall and the ceiling:
(add only 2 cm in this situation to cover the gaps)
minimum 14 cm at the lowest available
in our roller system assortment
(roller systems are up to 20 cm high)
7 cm with Slide system
It is necessary to measure the height , where the holes for the screws of the sliding system should be located. Measure how much the height of the door leaf is and add 4.5 cm to it – at this height the openings should be located.
(the first screw 10 cm from the beginning of the rail the next in a row every 45 cm)
On the measured height, mark the points where the holes should be located. The first screws should be 10 cm from the beginning of the rail on each side. Each successive one at a distance of 45 cm from the previous one. The number of mounting holes varies depending on the width of the door leaf.
(dowels and screws included)
(they are supposed to be loose, so that we can determine the point more or less to which the door should arrive)
Adjust the stop even before screwing the rail to the wall so that you have the possibility of adjustment. The stopper can be placed even at the edge of the rail, it prevents the door from falling out of the track.
Remembering to place distances between the wall and the rail. The distance must be where the dowel is so that the screw we are going to screw in will hold it.
Install the rollers of the sliding system on the door. In the case of loft doors, the threads have been prepared in the steel structure for convenience, in other types of doors you can mount the rollers at your convenience.
Put the door with rollers on the rail at an angle of about 30 degrees. Then adjust the location of the floor guide. Remember to make sure the door slides freely on it.
After attaching and fitting into the guide, we can determine the position of the stopwatch and lock it in place by tightening the mounting screws located in the stopwatch.