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U-Values Of 1.32 Are Easi With Origin’s Folding Sliding Doors

The Easifold range of folding sliding doors, which already features a bespoke free-glide running system, now also features an industry leading U-value of 1.32W/m²K, outperforming the Part L requirement of 1.7W/m²K by a huge margin. The unique free-glide running system designed by leading UK manufacturer Origin uses near-frictionless, maintenance-free needle roller bearings encased in tough nylon and concealed within the bottom track to ensure ease of operation.

Precision engineered from maintenance-free and recyclable aluminium that will not warp, rot or need varnishing, the Easifold range is available in more than 500 powder-coated RAL colours, realistic wood-effect finishes, metallics and dual-colour options, as well as a marine grade for aggressive environments.

Featuring an industry-leading 20-year guarantee, the doors feature elegant ultra-slim sight lines, can be designed in a variety of different configurations to open in or out of a room and fold to the left or right, and are complemented by a range of colour-coded or stainless steel ergonomic lever handles.

Fitted with finger-safe gaskets as standard and internally beaded, the lead doors have an eight-point locking mechanism and an anti-drill barrel, while every slave door features shoot bolt locking.

In addition to these security measures, the thermally-broken Easifold door is also severe weather tested by the BFRC to EN ISO 10077 - 2 and achieved the highest category rating of ‘1200 special’.

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