Clearlift hardware for lift/slide doors is an integral part of our greenteQ Lifestyle range. Lift/slide doors are fast becoming more popular here in the UK, making it essential that manufacturers and installers have at least a toe in this market. Lift/slide doors have the potential to be extremely large and heavy so, whether you’re a manufacturer or an installer, you need to be using top quality greenteQ hardware. It can cope with sash weights of 300KG, sash widths up to 3330mm and sash heights of 2700mm where the systems company’s specification allows.
The Clearlift running gear is lockable via a Euro profile cylinder. Depending on the handle used, the fabricator can manufacture a non-locking or lockable door with a handle on the inside only, or a lockable door with handles on the inside and outside.
greenteQ’s Aspire lift and slide handle range is the ideal partner for Clearlift, as it offers all the above-mentioned solutions in a choice of nine attractive colours split over zinc and stainless steel levers.
Clearlift running gear has been cycle tested to 25,000 operations. Tracks are swept by integral cleaning brushes within the bogie assemblies to ensure a smooth sliding action every time. There is a night vent facility to enable trickle ventilation
If a door is fitted with Q-secure tested and approved hardware, we will cover you. If the door was broken into as a result of the hardware failing, we will pay up to £8000.
Q-secure offer a comprehensive door lock guarantee. If the home is broken into as a result of the lock failing, customers could be entitled to up to £8000. We work with multiple brands to offer one of the most unique, reliable warranties on the market.
You can guarantee the locks on bifold doors through our Q-secure warranty. Q-secure will cover a complete door if it uses Q-secure tested and approved hardware. This enables the user to guarantee their door if a break-in occurs as a result of a failing lock.
Door locks are an integral part of the Q-secure Consumer Hardware guarantee. If the door lock fails on a Q-secure installation you could receive up to £8000 from VBH