Pocket Sliding Doors

Drawings of various phases of operating a Pocket Sliding Door showing open, closed and operating positions

A Pocket Sliding Door is a door that disappears into a compartment in the adjacent wall when it is fully open. They are often used when there is no room for the swing of a hinged door. Depending on how wide an entry is, a Pocket Sliding Door can have a single door or a double door. They can be open and closed by a roller suspended from an overhead track, or from tracks and guides along the floor. Using a Pocket Sliding Door over a hinged door can free up more space; however, the hidden parts and hardware can make it difficult to replace or repair when something goes wrong.


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Pocket Sliding Doors plans, plans (people)

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Door operation refers to the diverse variety of door typologies for closing and securing a space. Designed for a range of buildings from homes, offices, public spaces, and industrial settings, the choice of door operation is essential for controlling the environment and the flow of people.

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