- Fixing the casing of a sliding door
- Mounting the casing of a pocket door
- Laying the cladding of a pocket door
- A sliding door in a plaster tile wall
- A sliding door in a partition in BA13
- Installing the sliding door
- Diagram of a composition of a pocket
Installing a sliding door eliminates the problem of deflection and frees the walls to install furniture and interior decoration at will. System D explains how to proceed with the installation.
The door moves in a discharge box which is integrated in the thickness of the partition (have a minimum thickness of 10 cm). The set is dressed with plasterboard to integrate perfectly with the masonry.
The mounting of a sliding door of this type takes place in three steps:
Fixing the casing of a sliding door
The box is fixed in the future partition. The mounting differs according to the nature of the partition.
Mounting the casing of a pocket door
1. Discharge box
2. Metal chassis
6. Horizontal rails
8. Metal furs
9. Metal rails
Laying the cladding of a pocket door
The assembly of the partition is finalized to cover the box. It is lined with drywall or plaster to blend and disappear completely in the carpentry.
A sliding door in a plaster tile wall
In the case of a wall made of plaster or plasterboard bricks, the box is covered with a fine mesh, then roughened with cement mortar, then smoothed and smoothed with plaster or plaster.
A sliding door in a partition in BA13
In the case of a plasterboard partition, the box is kept at the periphery by the rails and metal furs.
It is then covered with one or more plasterboards.
Installing the sliding door
The door is equipped, then mounted on its rail. The vertical decorative uprights and the high cross are then put in place. Then there is only to put a hardware hardware (crutches, locks...) thin and flat that slide smoothly into the against-wall without bumping against the doorframe.
Diagram of a composition of a pocket
10. Guide rail
15. High cross
16. Protection plate
17. Finishing amounts