External sliding pocket doors
Open an entire face of a building with external sliding hidden pocket doors. The Keller minimal windows® sliding glass doors can be easily designed and detailed to slide into a concealed pocket door system within external walls or over the internal or external face of buildings to open a larger area. The hidden sliding glass patio doors can be a single pane, multiple panels or bi-parting, sliding into opposite pockets.
Sliding glass pocket doors can also slide away from a corner connection and slide into their cavity pockets for a completely open corner to a room.
External cavity pocket doors allow a fully open aperture to a door opening, maintaining flush floor finishes from inside to outside and hidden framing on the surround for a frameless opening door. When slid open these innovative sliding glass doors have a sealing cap on the end, closing up the open cavity, weather sealing and insulating it.
Single cavity pocket doors
Single cavity pocket doors are great for smaller openings, allowing full opening through the lesser aperture. Here you can slide open the entire door opening for a nearly identical design appearance when the doors are open and closed.
Unlimited numbers of panels can be slid into hidden pockets within walls with 60mm of depth required for each panel being hidden away. If there is insufficient space for sliding doors to be hidden away within walls it can be possible to slide the frameless concealed sliding doors onto the internal face of a solid wall to allow for a fully open aperture.
Why not mix a pocket door and open corner? The sliding glass doors that go into the wall can open away from a corner connection and then slide away into hidden cavity pockets within the walls for an invisible, disappearing sliding door