Suspensions and guides
for sliding shutters
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
Wall installation with cover
Punctiform guides (bottom)
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.
GLIT sliding shutters
with invisible guides
With its innovative "sliding shutters without visible guides", EHRET GmbH has redefined the concept of what is possible when it comes to sun and weather protection made of aluminium, and delivered an unprecedented façade design option.
With sliding shutters without visible guides, no guide elements such as rails or supports of the GLIT system are visible, regardless of whether the shutters are open or closed. This novel technology creates the impression that the shutters are floating in front of the façade, thereby providing a unique visual highlight. Sliding shutters without visible guides combine best-quality aesthetics and functionality.
Extremely simple operation
The GLIT system consists of a support frame which is positioned on the façade next to the window opening, aligned in the horizontal and vertical directions, and fastened. The support frame is entirely covered and concealed by the centre element. The sashes are controlled electronically by means of buttons or remote control and can be integrated into the home automation system.