With a variety of designs to choose from, which differ both technically and aesthetically, up to three sashes can be moved in a parallel direction at the same time. The sliding shutters with pre-installed carriages are suspended in the upper guides.
Sliding shutters are fitted with an additional lower guide, which enables them to be quietly and gently opened and closed. Depending on the requirements of the structural situation, various different versions will supply the necessary stability.
Ceiling and wall installation without cover
When installed in the ceiling, the rail is fastened to the ceiling and in wall installation, a basic angle is screwed to the wall. The right rail is chosen (ECO 60 or ECO 100) to match the size of the sash.
Wall installation with cover
The cover trim hides the rails, carriage and drives completely. Depending on the number of sashes, the corresponding carrier profile (A75, A105, A148 or A195) is mounted directly on to the wall.
Punctiform guides (bottom)
The profile guide and glider are mounted right next to the edge of the reveal or window sill. This is held by a U-rail mounted to the shutter.
Continuous guides (bottom)
The continuous guide is mounted along the wall and provides increased stability. The T-profile guide rails can also be integrated into the floor.
Accessories and options
Additional locks and closures for EHRET sliding shutters provide effective protection against intruders. They can also be retrofitted.
With the guides set into the floor, no barriers are created at the threshold, enabling smooth entry and exit.