color/opacity: BASIC GREEN/partly matt
Glass sliding door JETTE RUTIL
Crystalline appearanceThe inspiration for this pattern by designer Jette Joop comes from the crystalline structure of naturally grown rutile quartz. The transparent crossing lines break through the frosted surface and allow a clear view. Glass door Jette Rutil is made of high-quality safety glass (ESG).
Clearly recognisable functions, authentic materials, a high demand for quality and durability have been real requirements in the development of our modern sliding glass doors. They represent an elegant and filigree alternative to hinged doors. With sliding doors, room transitions can be staged in a new way. In contrast to revolving glass doors, sliding glass doors do not need a swivel area, because a sliding glass door runs along the wall to save space. Unmistakable design and perfected technology - that is what distinguishes our sliding glass doors.
Green glass, as the name suggests, has a green tint. Basic Green by Griffwerk is the simplest and most unpretentious form of glass. The brighter and more light-filled the living room design, the more noticeable the green discolouration. The green discolouration of the glass can be seen as a disadvantage and should therefore already be taken into account in the colour concept when designing the interior. For more flexibility in interior design and an authentic lighting effect, Griffwerk therefore recommends higher-quality PURE WHITE white glass, where daylight can have a natural effect.
Sliding glass doors - advantages at one look
- Sliding glass doors allow daylight into every room
- Each glass sliding door saves space as they have no pivoting range
- Sliding doors are a stylish and elegant way of creating connection and separation of rooms - great alternative to the wall as a room divider.
- Sliding door systems are ideal for barrier-free living
- The sliding door does not close in case of draught
- They allow larger dimensions than hinged door
- The sliding glass door can disappear behind furnitur
- Sliding glass doors turn niches into small rooms - such as a walk-in wardrobe
How do I clean a sliding glass door?
When cleaning your interior glass, it is sufficient to clean the surface of the sliding door with warm water. To do this, please use a sponge or a soft, lint-free cloth. Clean over a large area, not selectively.
In the case of residues such as fingerprints on the glass door, you can also use commercially available glass cleaners (foam cleaners). Please do not use any abrasive, corrosive, acidic or alkaline cleaning agents. They attack the glass surface and can cause scratches. Excess water can be wiped dry with a microfibre cloth. If water is left on the glass door for a long period of time, stubborn limescale residues can form.
With VSG sliding doors, make sure that the edge seal does not come into contact with water, otherwise moisture and the cleaning agent can penetrate the laminate.
Please do not use any scratching tools, razor blades or scrapers. They can leave visible and irreparable scratch marks on the surface.
Particular attention should be paid to this with screen-printed glasses
Screen-printed surfaces are softer than the pure glass surface and therefore more sensitive to mechanical cleaning agents. In addition, they must not be cleaned with acids, as these can attack the printed image.