System designed for big and heavy sliding wooden doors

SLID system is the best solution for the installation of sliding wooden doors (up to 150 Kg). SLID stands out for its minimalist design and for the spaciousness of the light space that it manages to provide in interior spaces. Thanks to SLID system you will be able to carry out installations for the division of spaces from sliding wooden doors with a view to creating multifunctional spaces and providing wider light spaces for your passageways.

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  • Our systems are tested to 100,000 cycles
  • European Design
  • KLEIN® 5 year warranty
Technical file SLID
Minimalistic interiors with SLID

Use wooden panels to create separate ambiances while providing wide passageway.

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Product details

  • New version enriched with the KSC (KLEIN Soft Closing) braking mechanism.
  • Wooden sliding door system.
  • Silver anodized aluminum profile (AA10 ISO 7599, 10 microns).
  • Profile seen or hidden.
  • For doors up to 150 Kg.
  • Clean and innovative design.
  • Easy installation and disassembly of the door.
  • Vertical height adjustment.
  • Three applications available: LATERAL, RETRAC, INTRA (to wall, embedded or between partitions).
  • Wall, ceiling or false ceiling installation.
  • KLEIN guarantee 5 years.


ISO 14001

ISO 9001

5 year warranty

Spanish fabrication certificate

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