TopLine XL from Hettich
Large format, floor to ceiling sliding door units make statements and provide visual clarity in a room. The new generation TopLine XL sliding door fitting from Hettich is the key to creating storage units and wardrobes with a focus on exquisite design. The system sets new standards in practical convenience and failsafe, straightforward installation.
Focus on uncompromising design
With its working components hidden almost completely from view, TopLine XL conjures a perfectly balanced overall picture: the extremely shallow running component as well as the concealed Silent System element recede into the background. Coordinated with cabinet design, decorative hinges in champagne colour, white and black add the finishing touch to the runner profile’s visible surface – for design taken to perfection. Clip on installation makes floor to ceiling constructions easy to create.
Experience convenience in a new dimension
The sliding door fitting gives the user outstanding convenience and flexibility: with three door units, the middle door can be opened to the left and right – always with a feel of luxury that is second to none. Whether on opening with incredible ease or gently closing, there’s hardly a sound.
Failsafe, damage free and straightforward installation guaranteed
The TopLine XL sliding door system comes with an innovative floor standing guard. While they are being installed, the doors can be set down on the floor without having to worry about damaging the guide components as they glide up automatically to prevent them from bending out of shape. The Silent System is also easy to install: positioned without the need for any complicated formula, the soft closing element is inserted and screwed into place. On installing the doors, the hook-in assistant makes sure they are correctly positioned. Straightforward overlay and height adjustment guarantee perfect door alignment for an immaculate look. Overlay is adjusted with the doors closed and involves no tools – the result is immediately visible. Vertical adjustments are made with the doors closed, either from the front or, if the door is too close to the ceiling, from the side.