È un accessorio universale che permette di ottenere un controtelaio ad anta doppia utilizzandone due per anta singola.
Welcome to the evolution of the space
The pocket door is there, but it behaves as a wall
Ewoluto Double is the counterframe that allows you to hang and fix shelves, cabinets, shower boxes on the portion of the wall where the door slides. In the double-door version, both sides may be used as a real wall.
Equipped wall and sliding door? Now you can
Thanks to innovative projects, the Ewoluto Double model allows to have the convenience of two sliding doors with the functionality of a wall equipped on both sides.
Discover what we can make with our systems.
ECLISSE conducted voluntary tests in collaboration with the CSI institution to determine with precision the performance of the vertical surfaces of the Ewoluto counterframe. The load capacity, that is usually between 30 and 360 kg, can vary according to the anchor points, the type of the dowels and the distance between the masonry wall and the end of the wall unit. In particular, please note that the maximum load capacity of a handle fixed with chemical dowels (four anchor points) is 100 kg at a distance of 600 mm from the wall.
ECLISSE Ewoluto Double SOLID WALL version
Ewoluto scorrevole Estensione
Thickness 0.7 mm. The bosses are reliefs that prevent any deformation in the sheet. They are a guarantee of great robustness and rigidity.
16 horizontal bars attached to the plasterholding mesh lends great resistance and rigidity to the counterframe, so that it can effectively counter the tension generated by brickwork and solid walls. Robustness is fundamental as the frame effectively replaces a portion of the wall. There are 32 bars with double leaf.
It joins the counterframe (50x25 mm) with the wall becoming an integral part of it, thus offering an increasing grasp of the laster. The finished wall won’t have faults.
As it crosses the pocket door in all its width, it permits to solidly link the pocket with the stop jambs, thus making the assembly easier.
Made of doubled-up metal sheet, bent so that they form a single body with the solid wall. They ensure greater resistance in what would otherwise be a weak point in the counterframe where cracks in the plaster could begin to form, as it is the furthest point from the wall studs.