Based on the TH+ System. For an invisible effect, tracks are lowered and concealed within the flooring for a smooth, clean transition between interior and exterior spaces. Frames may also be recessed and hidden in the walls revealing only the 18mm profile for a minimalist design.


     Tracks & Frames

  • Eliminates visible tracks at the threshold
  • Concealed tracks within the flooring material for a smooth interior/exterior transition
  • The same flooring may continue from inside to outside.
  • Only 2x 10mm slots visible per track



  • Single, Double, Triple
  • Up to 3m wide



  • Drainage options available
  • Drain system built into the tracks



  • Aircraft grade aluminium anodised (natural) in 25 microns
  • Bespoke coloured anodising in 25 microns
  • Powder coating in RAL colours
  • Suitable for diverse environments with 10 year warranty



  • Stainless steel rollers within aluminium frames
  • Smooth, easy one finger operation
  • Motorisation – Push button motorisation can be concealed within the structure.
  • Locks – Various options available for locking mechanisms including electric locking
  • Trickle Air option -
  • Flyscreens – Our profiles can be fit with flyscreens so they will work the same as glass sliding panels.
  • Screens - Any material can be fit to our profiles including timber, stone and steel panels




  • Aluminium and stainless steel parts require minimal maintenance and can be done with ease with our removable tracks.
  • Extreme reliability and durability keeps maintenance to a minimum


  • Swiss compliance with wind loads up to 366kms
  • Thermally broken tracks and frames ensure highest performance ratings
  • Extremely high thermal insulation in profiles and in frames to maximise energy and cost efficiency
  • Withstands cyclonic wind loads, exceeding standard testing up to 360km per hour winds.
  • Extreme air and water resistance ideal for ocean fronts
  • Well suited for harsh environments and extreme weather conditions
  • Options for energy or cost efficiency, and meeting BASIX requirements are achieved using single, double and triple glazing