Calibre White Primed 1 Panel 1914mm
Part of the Calibre White Primed 1 Panel Range | Calibre White Primed 1 Panel
|Aperture width: 1914mm|
- White Primed
- 1 Panel
- Engineered Softwood
- Fold Back 180 Degrees
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No glass fitting required during installation
Fold Flat Hardware
Fold back 180 degrees to preserve your space
Specially designed to house the doors and hardware
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Finish your fold flat French doors in your chosen colour with ease thanks to our Calibre White Primed 1 Panel range. Each shaker style door panel is supplied with a high quality factory applied primer that is ready for your top coat straight out the packaging, while the frame is supplied in unfinished oak for you to either paint to match your doors, or stain or varnish to match any oak skirting and architrave you might have. The 1 panel design allows you to completely separate your two rooms when the doors are fully closed, providing you with an flexible partition between the two areas.
The Calibre’s hardware allows you to fold the doors back flat 180 degrees when fully opened. This means you can make the most of connecting two areas without having doors taking up valuable space by protruding into either room. Day to day, the handled panel can be used as a daily access door, with the side leaves staying shut until you release the shootbolts to open them up.
Our Calibre Folding French doors are supplied with all necessary framework and operational hardware, as well as installation instructions to guide your fitter.
This 3 door system is universal, allowing you to choose whether to have the handled door on either the left or the right, and which room to open into first.
|Door Panel Size (inches)
24″ (w) x 78″ (h)
|Door Panel Size (mm)
610mm (w) x 1981mm (h)
|Fold Back Flat
Brushed Stainless Steel
|Daily Access Door
Left or Right
This product meets full CE compliance
2 years against manufacturing defects, subject to correct installation and ongoing maintenance. 5 years against glass manufacturing defects