color/opacity: PURE WHITE/matt
The perfect geometry, based on the model of classic tubular steel furniture from the 1920s, is shown in the symbiosis of right angle and exactly inserted circle radius. The striking shape has been recurrently included in our collection and protected with the designation R8 as a registered trademark of GRIFFWERK GmbH.
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.
White glass has a particularly noble effect and is characterised by a bright lighting effect in modern rooms. The green or grey tinge present in the product range is reduced to a minimum here. With PURE WHITE from Griffwerk, colour-neutral and flexible room design is guaranteed. White tones and daylight are expressed in a particularly natural way.
Matt or rather clear glass?
Matt glass surfaces provide better privacy and are also very popular for their aesthetics. The tactile quality of the surface of our matt glass doors nevertheless feels smooth due to the screen printing process and is extra scratch-resistant.
Reflections are softly softened, giving frosted finishes a calmer atmosphere. In contrast to clear glass, the view through frosted glass is only diffused due to the soft drawing. Objects or people behind a frosted glass door are only visible in shadowy form. In addition, the scattered incidence of light gives rooms and objects soft shadows and leads to a natural living feeling.
Glass doors: Fascinating Laser technology
Bundled light engraves delicate lines into the glass surface. Point by point and precisely controllable, detailed motives and finely graduated progressions can thus be transferred to glass. Our laser places microscopically small pixels next to each other, permitting photo realistic results. The deeper engravings change the light reflection. Laterally ingressing light makes the patterns virtually light up. Laser-processed glass doors remain transparent. If you wish more protection from looks, simply pick the version in TWO-SIDES with rear satination.
Laser doors from Griffwerk meet ESG standard
GRIFFWERK glass doors made of toughened safety glass ("ESG") meet all requirements for applied laser technology according to the German Institute for Building Technology (DIBT). Since then, GRIFFWERK has been allowed to mark all glass doors with the ESG test stamp, which complies with the DIN EN 12150 standard. The stamp is placed inconspicuously on the hinge side of the glass edge. We are proud to be able to offer you tested safety.
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 satinised and lasered surfaces
To avoid abrasion of the surface structure, do not apply too much pressure. To avoid the so-called cloud formation, rub your glass door dry over a large area with a microfibre cloth. Do not use paper or cellulose cloths. They cause too much abrasion.