The Platinum Cavity range opens the door to practicality, functionality and style.
Builders, trades and developers experience many pain points on site
A common one relates to the use of traditional timber cavity units, particularly in wet areas. Load capacity limitations on cavity sliding systems can be problematic, and when exposed to moisture, timber cavity units are prone to moisture absorption, rotting, bowing and white ants, impacting a structure’s integrity over time and therefore, warranty issues.
To help builders meet client needs for functionality and style, Corinthian Doors designed the Platinum Cavity collection
A range of steel cavity door units engineered for superior strength, space and design choice, there is a wide selection of widths and heights across three unit configurations, which can suit a range of applications, including floor to ceiling doorways and tiled wet areas.
“Over time, traditional timber cavity units can hold up poorly in high moisture and wet areas like bathrooms and laundries… Thanks to its steel construction, the Platinum Cavity resists moisture, warping, bowing, white ants and rot. The range offers superior performance and durability and has been independently assessed to be fit-for-purpose for tiled wall applications and comes with a five-year warranty,”
Neil McGowan, Corinthian Doors National Product Manager
The Platinum 6000 and Platinum 9000 cavities offer track load carrying capacity of up to 125kg per door in single applications, suited to larger doors. The Platinum 3000 track carrying capacity of up to 65kg is also generous and ensures a broad range of door designs
All Platinum Cavity units are supplied in a flush jamb configuration and can be converted to a flush pull configuration by retrofitting two 60mm converter bumper stops to the back post prior to installation.
Beyond the physical aspects of the Platinum Cavity unit, the practicality of cavity door sliding solutions allows you to maximise space. A cavity door doesn’t block floor and wall space or obstruct furniture or fittings, unlike swing doors which need room to open and close.