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BI-FOLD DOORS

The Great Entertainer

South Pacific Bi-Fold Doors surpass ordinary Bi-Fold Doors. We utilise advanced sliding rollers in our doors to create a smooth and effortless gliding motion. Our Bi-Fold doors are available in both inward and outward opening designs.

At South Pacific we offer contemporary lines, with various sill options and panel configurations suitable for residential and commercial applications. Also included is the option of the practical use of an everyday access door. Fully integrated screen options are also available, giving maximum ventilation. Options here include Sashless Windows inserted within the Bi-Fold Doors, making the South Pacific range an ideal choice for homeowners, builders, designers and architects. Our innovative range is constantly being improved and expanded and now includes the addition of two 90 degree Bi-Fold Doors that meet together without the need of a corner post. We now also have the exciting Frameless Bi-Folding Door, which is ideal for uninterrupted interior or exterior views.

As with all South Pacific Windows, the choice to combine energy efficient Single or Double Glazing and/or Thermally Efficient Framing are available to further enhance the value and comfort of your home.


UNINTERRUPTED VIEWS ENHANCE ALL LIFESTYLE AND ENTERTAINMENT NEEDS

UNINTERRUPTED VIEWS ENHANCE ALL LIFESTYLE AND ENTERTAINMENT NEEDS

Bi-Fold Doors have been designed with Australia’s
unique architecture and climate in mind,
offering a clean and contemporary look

DOOR STYLES
AND TYPICAL
CONFIGURATIONS

The following is a guide to some typical configurations of various South Pacific Doors.

Our unique flexibility allows for an endless range of
possible configurations, please ask one of our representatives
for advice with your desired request.

Generic configuration guide
Note : All Doors are viewed from the outside.
Optional : Both Left or Right hand opening designs are available.

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Indicates a fixed
panel of glass.

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Indicates opening panels.

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Indicates sliding direction
of opening door.

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Indicates handle/lock
position of opening
active door.