Your sliding door travel is controlled when the trolley hits a door stop attached to the track or the door panel impacts a bottom stop attached to the floor. You can employ either method, or use both. Find out how both of our stopping systems work below:
Ragnar is our newest line of sliding door hardware and features an industry-first: continuous fast and easy door travel adjustability, even after install. Ragnar door stops fit into a bottom channel that runs the length of the track. Move door stops to anywhere along the track with just a few turns of the included Allen wrench.
Our Oden, Baldur, Axel and Rob Roy sliding door systems have door stops integrated into their mounting points. This means that you can install a door stop at any one of the mounting points along your track. However, if your mounting point proves to be too close or too far away from the end of the track for preferred door travel, you can fine-tune by installing your trolleys at different spots on the door panel. The farther from the edge of the panel you install your trolleys, the more your door panel will go beyond the door stop.
Bottom stops can be used in place of door stops or in conjunction with them. On their own, they are a good solution to a post-install door travel issue. For example, if stopping the door at your mounting point is impossible, then a bottom stop works well. Bottom stops are available in two styles: the modern Standard bottom stop and the more industrial Axel bottom stop.
Door Stops and Bottom Stops Together
Sometimes it’s best to use both door and bottom stops for your sliding door system. If you have an especially heavy door panel or anticipate heavy use, using door stops and bottom stops together is a good idea.
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