LITE PAR & FOLD

KLEIN's most discreet and compact system for 2,3, 4 and even 5-leaf folding doors

**LITE PAR & FOLD system** is the ideal system for wooden folding doors with 2, 3, 4 or up to 5 leaves, without a profile on the ground (for a total weight of up to 100 kg). It is supplied with invisible hinges and the possibility of embedded profiles for installations with the highest demands. In addition, LITE PAR & FOLD system offers a choice of axis of rotation located in the center or on one side of the panels.

Request a quote here
This product can also be purchased through our network of distributors. **
  • Our systems are tested to 100,000 cycles
  • European Design
  • KLEIN® 5 year warranty
Technical file LITE PAR & FOLD
Maximum versatility to merge spaces using folding doors.

Thanks to its reliability and ease of installation, LITE PAR & FOLD is a contractor's go-to system when installing folding doors.

Downloads and technical Information

Installation types

CAD
BIM
Mounting
CAD
BIM
Mounting
CAD
BIM
Mounting
CAD
BIM
Mounting

Product details

  • New integrated hinges in the KIT to streamline the purchasing process and ensure quality during installation.
  • Two types of folding: central and lateral, to meet any architectural challenge.
  • Recessed Top profile for hidden installations.
  • Optimal operation thanks to the pivoting system.
  • Ceiling-mounted or recessed installation in a drop ceiling.
  • Extremely compact lower profile required for the application of 3 or more panels.
  • Retrac system: facilitates the assembly of the whole unit.
  • Anodized Silver aluminum profile.
  • Up to 5 panels, with a total weight capacity of 220 pounds.
  • Panel thickness from 1 3/16 to 1 9/16 inches.

Certifications

ISO 14001

ISO 9001

5 year warranty

Spanish fabrication certificate

Compatible products

    The most complete range of handles for sliding, folding and swing wooden doors

See all our products

Related projects

See all projects
Case studies

Rosa María Vivar Foundation’s Day Center

This center has already become an extraordinary example of infrastructure for how its indoor spaces have been designed with the user in mind.