Corinthian Doors says its new Platinum Cavity range will massage out the pain points of door cavity installations.
Traditional timber cavity units can be prone to moisture absorption, rotting, bowing and white ants. Corinthian's steel range is engineered for superior strength and space.
With a selection of widths and heights across three-unit configurations, as well as a heavy-duty track option, the product is suitable for a range of applications, including floor-to-ceiling doorways and tiled wet areas.
“Over time, traditional timber cavity units can hold up poorly in high-moisture and wet areas like bathrooms and laundries,” says Amy Ryan, Corinthian Doors' marketing manager. “Thanks to its steel construction, the Platinum Cavity ensures resistance to moisture, warping, bowing, white ants and rot. The range offers superior performance and durability, has been independently assessed to be fit-for-purpose for tiled wall applications and comes with a five-year warranty.”
As for the specs, all units are made-to-order with the Platinum 6000 and Platinum 9000 offering track load carrying capacity for single applications up to 125 kilograms per door. All Platinum Cavity units are supplied in a flush jamb configuration and can be converted to a flush pull configuration by retrofitting two 60-millimetre converter bumper stops to the back post prior to installation.
One benefit of sliding doors is they neither impede floor and wall space nor obstruct furniture or fittings – unlike swing doors.
“Doors play an important part of the look and function of a home. The new Platinum Cavity range provides builders with options to deliver on more ambitious briefs and be confident that they are using a quality product that is going to cause them fewer headaches in the long run,” adds Ryan.