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Sliding doors

Sliding doors

Sliding doors, in contrast to traditional doors, do not take up extra space by opening out into the room. The sliding nature of these doors is what makes them perfectly suited to all kinds of narrow passages, hallways and aisles. 
Sliding doors are very often the base design for recesses, recessed wardrobes or bookcases. They are ideal for room partitioning. Sliding doors are often mounted in kitchens and bathrooms, and they can also be used to great effect in rooms with a slanted ceiling. 

Komandor offer two types of systems

STEEL SYSTEMS – made of the highest quality profiled steel. Tracks and frames are protected against staining with a layer of zinc. The possibility of mechanical profiling, bending and warping of the tape proves the highest quality of materials and paints used. Steel can be covered (depending on a chosen colour) with polyester paint or PVC.

     ALUMINIUM SYSTEMS –aluminium profiles are shaped to a specific pattern. Bottom and top roller guides are invisible as the sliding system is installed into the frame. Aluminium system and frames are made of aluminium alloy covered with polyester paint (available in brown, black or white), or a  galvanic coat (colours: anode gold, anode champagne, anode natural) or a PVC coat (wood effect) 

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Primary elements of the system:

⦁    Profiles (or frames) are composed of vertical and horizontal elements. Offered in different shapes, width and colours. 
⦁    Sliding elements:

                       ⦁    Bottom roller guides – regulating screws allow for fitting the doors in any room, even one with uneven surfaces. Guides are suitably mounted on bearing and covered with graphite lubricant. Komandor offers a 5-year guarantee on its sliding system. Stringent tests proved that Komandor sliding systems can operate failure-free for 15 years.   
                       ⦁    Upper roller guide
 – two independent rollers keep the doors in the vertical position and make it easier for the wheels to slide. 


Additional elements:

  • Buffer strips – they prevent doors from hitting the walls. – prevent dust from accumulating in the wardrobe.
  • Air spring – gently and slowly closes the doors. Damper used for sliding doors protects users from catching fingers. Recommended for children's rooms. 
  • Sealing strips 

Sliding doors are available in two systems: steel and aluminium. You decide which system of profiles and frames is more suitable to your needs. 


Lux ST 10– very popular steel system with broad edges and regular shapes. Smooth surface and slight grooves in the central part of the profile makes it very easy to use. The regular shape of this profile makes the wardrobe appear light and roomy. A Wood effect frame and board panel gives the wardrobe the impression of a traditional solid piece of furniture. The Lux steel system allows you to match different inserts in one door wing, which is why it can be used in many different rooms: hallways, living rooms, children's room, attics, bathroom and bedroom. It is available in 13 different colours. 


A simple, popular system used by Komandor customers over many years.  Of all the systems we offer, the Standard has the largest door height measurements.

  • max. door height: 2750mm
  • max. door width: 1200mm
  • nsert type: 4mm (glass), 10mm (board panel).


Magnetyt ST 11 – the most advanced steel system which joins together the durability of steel and the beauty of aluminium with a frame visually similar to aluminium Lazuryt. Our Magnetite profile is available in four colours: silver mat, gold mat, wenge and cherry. This is the only system for sliding doors in which sliding and guiding mechanisms are hidden in bottom and top profiles. 
The delicate profile shape is perfect for wardrobes in the living room, children's room or bedroom. 


Onyx – is a combination of two geometrical shapes of simple and regular form, slightly rounded to form a delicate line. Its special look is achieved by sharp edges and can be easily matched with any modern designs, creating a visual impact in every space. Used in wardrobes it helps create a symmetrical and tapered effect at the top of the piece and can easily be used in any wardrobe or partition wall.


Lazuryt ST 25 - a profile with a delicate, subtle and slender shape. The slender line, subtle roundness of the edges, and the clarity of form and perfect composition of this shape make Lazuryt an aristocrat among profiles of a similar type.


Art. Deco -a classic reflection of ArtDeco epoch. It became an inspiration for constructors and designers, who have recently revisited the idea of geometrically styled products for their elegance. Aluminium usage and the choice of different colours underline the original shape and personality of this profile. Wardrobes with an ArtDeco profile look clean, modern yet remarkably elegant.


Agat ST 25 - Antique in its style, this profile is simple yet striking in its design. A combination of plain geometrical shapes of classical, simple and regular form with modern, expressive and meaningful design allows this profile to make wardrobes look lighter without taking away from their natural shape and style. The important feature of AGAT is its symmetry, which means an identical look from both sides.


Sahara – a thin aluminium profile, available in two shapes Sahara 1 and Sahara 2, and two colours: anode natural and anode champagne. Its subtle and simple form creates a light frame for door inserts. With Sahara, you can create the doors both from laminated panel and from glass or as a combination of the two.


Topaz AL 21 – aluminium profile in natural anode with a simple classical shape suitable for lower level doors and modules, or kitchen furniture. A new composition of upper and lower guides is characterised by its smaller size but good durability, as well as quiet sliding elements. The recommended height of the Topaz system is 200mm to 1000 mm. In this system you can create the doors with glass and laminate panel inserts. The advantage of this system is that these doors can be offered in both pivoting and sliding systems.

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