sliding door


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sliding door

A door that is mounted on a track, which slides in a horizontal direction parallel to the wall on which it is mounted. See also: Dutch door

sliding door

A door, mounted on track, which slides in a horizontal direction, usually parallel to one wall. Also see accordion door, folding door.
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So the minimum force to move the center roller attached to the sliding door could be defined as (3).
Floor to Ceiling also stocks other styles of sliding doors and wardrobe designs.
The 3DExperience software was also used on the sliding doors to verify vehicle level performance for consumer requirements and government regulations prior to physical testing.
Available in all PremierGarage finishes, customers can mix and match the new sliding doors with the company's traditional garage cabinets for the perfect arrangement to meet their individual needs.
The sliding door system with indoor built in drive unit represents pioneering technology in the field.
Sliding doors keep high traffic areas unobstructed -- a helpful feature for older residents dealing with walkers and wheelchairs.
All models feature electric sliding doors, air conditioning, trip computer, radio/CD player and front fog lights.
Peugeot points out that any of the criticisms of the sliding door arrangement apply equally to conventional doors.
Sliding doors not only save space but also create a contemporary look
In the previous-generation Sienna, the rear sliding door track assembly was positioned in the middle of the rear quarter panel.
You can get it with dual sliding doors and, unique to General Motors, a righthand powered sliding door.
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