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  SLIDING DOORS  
   -SELECTING THE SLIDING DOORS  
   -SLIDING DOORS  
  WARDROBES  
   -CHOOSING OF WARDROBE AND WARDROBE TYPES  
   -MODULES  
   -ECONOMIC SOLUTIONS FOR NICHES  
   -MODULE FITTINGS  
   -SAMPLE FORM  
  MATERIALS  
   -MATERIALS USED IN WARDROBES AND SLIDING DOORS  
   -MATERIALS FOR SLIDING DOORS  
   -MATERIALS FOR BACKPANELS  
  INSTALLATION, USE, MAINTENANCE GUIDE  
   -USE-MAINTENANCE GUIDE  
   -INSTALLATION GUIDE  
  PICTURES  
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEASURING

MEASURING THE WIDTH

  MEASURING THE HEIGHT    
# If You wish to fill the opening from wall to wall it is necessary to measure the width from three different positions: floor, middle height and ceiling. # If You wish to fill the opening from the floor to the ceiling it is necessary to measure the height from three different positions: both left and right sides and in the centre.  
In case of sliding doors or shelf system to be installed crosswise to sloping ceilings, the following measurements are necessary.
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The following measures are necessary in case of sliding doors or shelf systems are fitted along a sloping ceiling.
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Scheme of a sliding door to be installed along a sloping ceiling.
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

- when ordering sliding doors, the MEASURES OF THE OPENING are given on the order.
- when ordering shelf systems, always indicate the OVERALL DIMENSIONS OF THE
  PRODUCT, the sufficient reserve for installing the product must be considered when sending the
  order.
- if the floor is not levelled, wardrobes must be ordered with adjustable socles.
- if the ceiling is not levelled for more than 10 mm when measured from the sides of the ceiling, a
  wardrobe with its own ceiling (KK,MK) must be ordered (i.e. not the type Standard) or the upper sliding rail
  must be levelled, using intermediate blocks and in addition ordering a cover strip for the
  upper sliding rail.
- if left or right wall is not levelled or not straight, Standard, High cupboard, or Low cupboard must
  be chosen as the wardrobe type.

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SELECTING THE SLIDING DOORS

When You buy our sliding doors, You get desired look by choosing from a range of different divisions and fillings.
Division possibilities for sliding doors are as follows:

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SLIDING DOORS

CLASSIC

PRESTIGE SOLID TREND  
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COLOURS OF ALUMINIUM
FRAME:
silver, champagne and colours from RAL catalogue.

FILLING MATERIALS:
MELAMINE BOARD 10 mm: white, birch, light grey, grey, white oak, oak, walnut, wenge.

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ENEERED BOARD:
Natural - birch and oak.
Technical - white oak, oak, cherry, walnut and wenge.

MIRROR:
clear, grey, bronze and frosted mirror.

GLASS:
white, grey and black painted glass, frosted glass, bronze frosted glass.

COLOURS OF ALUMINIUM
FRAME:
silver, champagne and colours from RAL catalogue.

FILLING MATERIALS:
MELAMINE BOARD 10 mm: white, birch, light grey, grey, white oak, oak, walnut, wenge.

VENEERED BOARD:
Natural-birch and oak.
Technical-white oak, oak, cherry, walnut and wenge.

MIRROR:
clear, grey, bronze, frosted and double sided clear mirror.

GLASS:
white, grey and black painted glass, frosted glass, bronze frosted glass, clear glass, grey tinted glass, bronze tinted glass, 3+3 opal glass and 3+3 black glass.

COLOURS OF ALUMINIUM
FRAME:
silver and colours from RAL catalogue.

FILLING MATERIALS:
MELAMINE BOARD 10 mm: white, birch, light grey, grey, white oak, oak, walnut, wenge.

VENEERED BOARD:
Natural - birch and oak.
Technical - white oak, oak, cherry, walnut and wenge.

MIRROR:
clear, grey, bronze, frosted and double sided clear mirror.

GLASS:
white, grey and black painted glass, frosted glass, bronze frosted glass, clear glass, grey tinted glass, bronze tinted glass, 3+3 opal glass and 3+3 black glass.

MATERIAL 22 mm MELAMINE BOARD:
white, birch, light grey, grey, white oak,
oak walnut and wenge.

Trend doors are equipped with one sunken or tube handle.

 

Technical information for all doors is available HERE
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MATERIALS USED IN WARDROBES AND SLIDING DOORS

Wardrobes are made of 16 mm melamine board. Fillings for aluminium frame sliding doors are made of 10 mm melamine board. Trend sliding doors are made of 22 mm melamine board.

MELAMINE BOARD
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MATERIALS FOR SLIDING DOORS
VENEERED BOARD
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MIRROR
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GLASS
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MATERIALS FOR BACKPANELS
Backpanels are made of 3mm HDF board.
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We have developed solutions for high-quality custom made wardrobes and sliding doors, all of which are made to your measurements and specification and all this at surprisingly affordable prices.
 
WARDROBES CHOOSING OF WARDROBE    

- Are made of 16 mm melamine board.
- Shelf and sidepanel fastening with metal angle brackets.
- Baskets and trouser organizers on roller runners.
- Drawers can be equipped with soft-close system.
  Drawers are without handles, with a pull-out gap
  between front panels.
- 3 mm backpanel available for an extra charge.

# If You have the measures it is time to choose the wardrobe. Height of the wardrobe can be adjusted from 2101-2700 mm, depth from 525-650 mm, with backpanel (extra accessory) from 528-653 mm. You can choose suitable wardrobe type, modules with possible width ranges and fittings from page 5-7.  
WARDROBE TYPES
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Standard (S)

Wardrobe sidepanels go all
the way up to the ceiling.
Sliding doors are fit between wardrobe side panels and the
ceiling and floor of the room.

High cupboard (KK)

Sliding doors are fit
between side- and roof panels of the wardrobe
and the floor of the room.

High shelf (KR)

Sliding doors are fit in front of the wardrobe, between the walls, ceiling and floor of the opening.

Low cupboard (MK)

Sliding doors are fit
between side- and roof panels of the wardrobe
and the floor of the room.

Low shelf (MR)

Sliding doors are fit in front of the wardrobe, between the walls, ceiling and floor of the opening.

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MODULES
2-doors
The possible range of dimensions in mm is shown above the modules.
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3-doors
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4-modules
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You can choose the most suitable fittings for Your modules by clicking HERE
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ECONOMIC SOLUTIONS FOR NICHES

Wardrobe type: Low shelf (MR)
 
2-doors   3-doors  
The possible range of dimensions in mm is shown above the modules.
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3-doors     4-doors
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You can choose the most suitable fittings for Your modules by clicking HERE
For viewing other modules click HERE
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MODULE FITTINGS
s - drawer         k- shoe basket
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For choosing modules click HERE
For selecting economic solutions click HERE
For viewing shelf systems and wardrobe fittings click HERE
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SAMPLE FORM

 

       S.A204.AF11.AV01.AV02  
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            module                             fitting                      fitting                   fitting                              wardrobe
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PICTURES
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Shelf and hanger tube
fastening with side panel.
Shelf and hanger tube
fastening with room wall.
Hanger tubes connection fitting. Drawer with metal sides on
roller runners.
150 mm basket on roller runners.
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330 mm basket on roller runners. Shoe basket on roller runners. Trouser organizer on roller runners. Side panel fastening with room floor.
 
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USER AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

User and maintenance manuals instruct how to use and take care of Arina’s different products – sliding doors and wardrobe systems (hereinafter: furniture). Following the requirements set in these manuals is the prerequisite for applying the 2-year warranty.

 
1. User manual.  

1.1. All products in Arina's product range are for indoor usage.
Products do not tolerate long-term exposure to the water.
Melamine and lacquered veneered furniture parts are very vulnerable to humidity.
The recommended humidity range for furniture is 40÷60%. Short term increase of humidity or wetting does not damage the product,
but the damage to the products must be avoided by immediate drying the product or by ventilating the rooms.
If using furniture without special furniture legs, the access of water underneath the furniture must be avoided.
The edges of the furniture panels will bloat and erode due to long-term exposure to water.
1.2. It’s not recommended to install the products near heating devices or radiators.
In addition to the humidity, the lacquered veneered details are also sensitive to abrupt changes of humidity and temperature,
which can cause the surface cracking. The veneered details must be kept away from direct sunlight to avoid bleaching.
1.3. It must be considered that the sliding doors made from plated material are not suitable for separating rooms
where the temperature and humidity conditions are very different, as it may cause the doors considerably curving.
1.4. All products must be used purposefully considering the workload standards set for
the details and the individual parts (point 3) of the product. When using products with sliding wheel or rails do not over
force on the door panels. It is prohibited to release the grip before the product is in desired position and to let the door panels move to the extreme position inertially.
1.5. The products do not tolerate heavy strikes or scratching or hitting the surface with sharp objects.

 
2. Maintenance manual.

2.1. The maintenance instructions for Arina products contain mainly cleaning and adjusting
or suspending the moving parts (different sliding wheels, hinges, bumpers; roll and slide rails of
the sliding baskets, sliding drawers, shoe shelves, trouser-and tie hangers and hanger systems of the wardrobe systems; and adjustable legs). 2.2. The products must be cleaned as soon as there is some dirt on it, otherwise the stains would be difficult to remove.
Damp soft cloth or sponge can be used for cleaning the surfaces. For heavily stained surfaces and parts mild detergents can be used in accordance to instructions of the detergent manufacturer.
After the cleaning, the detergent residue must be removed from the surface with damp cloth and finally dried with soft cloth.
2.3. Periodically, in accordance to the cumulation of dust and other dirt, the lower rails channels must be cleaned with the vacuum cleaner. Using the sliding doors if there is sand, dirt or other abrasive particles in the lower rails channel may cause serious damages to the sliding wheels.
2.4. When cleaning Arina products you must not: - wash surfaces with large amounts of water, - clean surfaces with hard detergents, acidic and abrasive detergents, - scratch the surfaces mechanically, - use strong solvents for cleaning lacquered surfaces.
2.5. While using Arina products it might be necessary to adjust or suspend the fittings. The reason for that may be sinking of the building or
the floors after the product was installed as well as due to the intensive and forceful use of the product.
As soon as You have detected any deviation - clucking, obstructions when moving or uncommon sounds at that, please feel free to contact the manufacturer to order the service.
2.6. It is prohibited to oil the wheels of the sliding door.

 
3. Approved limit loads for Arina products*:

Wardrobe shelf plate up to 900 mm (connected with squares) - 50 kg,
sliding drawer – 30 kg,
sliding basket, shoe shelf - 30 kg
pull-out shelf – 30 kg,
pull-out hanger carrier - 15 kg,
pull-down hanger carrier system. - 15 kg,
tube for hangers, diameter 25 mm, chromed, distance between the supports up to 1200 mm – 30 kg,
*Limit loads are static and distributing equally along the surface of the product.

 
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TECHINAL INFORMATION FOR ARINA PRODUCTS
SLIDING DOORS CLASSIC
Sliding doors Classic consist of aluminium profiles, two upper wheels and two bottom sliding wheels with ball-bearings.
Price includes silicon position fixator for doors, which are installed into the groove of the bottom rail (1 pc. per door).
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Double-lined and single-lined upper sliding rail            Double-lined and single-lined bottom sliding rail                Vertical profile               Horizontal profile  
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Cross-section of Classic doors        Installation scheme of Classic doors      
Overall dimensions of sliding doors Classic:      
In case of doors with melamine filling:
Min width 450 mm
Max width 1200 mm
Max height 2550 mm
Max area 3.1 m²
In case of doors with mirror or glass filling:
Min width 450 mm
Max width 950 mm
Max height 2550 mm
Max area 2.4 m²
     
Sliding doors Classic cannot be used as room dividers.
Materials with the thickness of 4 and 10 mm can be used as door fillings of Classic doors.
Overlay of sliding doors Classic is 14 mm.
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SLIDING DOORS TREND
Sliding doors Trend are produced of a 22 mm thick flat melamine board, two upper wheels and two bottom
sliding wheels with ball-bearings. The bottom wheels are milled into the back side of the door. Price includes
silicone position fixator for doors, which are installed into the groove of the bottom sliding rail (1 pc. per door).
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Double-lined and single-lined upper sliding rail                 Double-lined and single-lined bottom sliding rail        Cross section of doors           
Overall dimensions of sliding doors Trend:
Min width 500 mm
Max width 1350 mm
Max height 2550 mm
Max area 3.3 m²

Standard color of top and bottom rail is silver. One sunken or 580 mm tube handle is included in the price of
Trend sliding doors.

The wheels of Trend room dividers are visible from the back side of the door and thus they are not suitable
for dividing room as room dividers.
Overlay of Trend doors is 30 mm.

Sliding doors Trend can be produced for rooms with sloping ceilings as well.

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SLIDING DOORS / ROOM DIVIDERS PRESTIGE
Prestige doors consist of aluminium profiles and two upper and bottom sliding wheels, which are all equipped with ball-bearings.
The set includes silicon position fixator for the door, which are installed into the groove of the bottom sliding rail (1 pc. per door).
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Prestige double-lined and
single-lined upper sliding rail
Prestige double-lined and                                         Prestige vertikaalprofiil
single-lined bottom sliding rail    
 
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  Prestige bottom profile                                Prestige upper profile                            Prestige intermediate profile  
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  Cross-section of Prestige door              Installation scheme of Prestige door  
Overall dimensions of Prestige doors:
Min width 450 mm
Max width 1800 mm
Max height 3000 mm
Max area 4.5 m²

Possible thickness of door fillings is 4, 6, 8, and 10 mm.
Overlay of Prestige doors is 20 mm.
Prestige doors can be produced for rooms with sloping ceilings as well.

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SLIDING DOORS / ROOM DIVIDERS SOLID
Consist of aluminium profiles and two upper and bottom sliding wheels, which are all equipped with ball-bearings.
The set includes silicon position fixator for the doors, which are installed into the groove of the sliding rail
(1 pc. per door). Sunken handles can be installed to the doors.
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Solid double-lined and
single-lined upper sliding rail
         Solid double-lined and single-lined bottom sliding rail                   Solid vertical profile  
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  Solid bottom profile           Solid upper profile Solid intermediate profile                           
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        Cross-section of Solid door                   Installation scheme of Solid door  
Overall dimensions of Solid doors:
Min width 450 mm
Max width 1800 mm
Max height 3000 mm
Max area 4.5 m²
Possible thickness of door fillings is 4, 6, 8, and 10 mm.
Overlay of Solid doors is 35 mm.
Solid doors can be produced for rooms with sloping ceilings as well.
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SLOPING DOORS
Sloping doors can be produced from Arina Trend, Prestige, and Solid sliding doors.
It must be taken into account in case of sloping doors that the minimum width of opening is
1500 mm and the minimum number of doors is 3, of which 1 may be a sloping door.
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Minimum length of the straight part of the top profile, onto which upper wheels (2 pcs.) can be installed, is 200 mm.
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If it is not possible to install top wheels onto a sloping door, special support wheels and supplementary
rails are used for supporting the doors. If doors with a supplementary rail are used, an wardrobe system
with shelves needs to be located behind them, onto which the supplementary rail could be fixed. Support
wheel is fixed onto the door using glue or screws, in case of glass flltings, a ca 100 wide mm ribbon made
of 10 mm melamine is glued onto the back side of the door, behind the wheel. It is recommended to consult
with the manufacturer when planning solutions for sloping doors
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All Arina sliding doors can be also installed underneath the sloping ceiling. Upper rail is fixed onto the sloping
ceiling using special fixing brackets. In such case, a 10 mm wide melamine board cover strip of suitable color
will hide the aluminium top profile and fixing brackets. One set of brackets must be calculated for approximately
750 mm of rail.
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Installing doors underneath a sloping ceiling           Brackets for fixing upper rail and
       decorative strip underneath a
       sloping ceiling
 
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ARINA SHELF-SYSTEMS, WARDROBE FITTINGS

- All components of Arina shelf systems are made of 16 mm thick melamine panels. Also, melamine borders
are used for bordering. The bottoms of all upright details leaning on the floor are bordered as well!
- 3 mm thick HDF panels are used as the backpanels of the wardrobe.The backpanel is fixed with pins on the
back side of the wardrobe. Backpanel is available for an extra charge!
- Up to the length of 2101, side details are drilled after every 32 mm throughout the entire length (serial drilling).
In case of longer details (KK, KR), supplementary holes are drilled for fixing the upper panel(s) of wardrobe.
- 2101 mm and shorter side details are drilled after every 32 mm in the whole extent. For that reason,
the height (H) of the wardrobe/detail can be calculated according to the formula H = N x 32 + 53,
in which N is a positive whole number.
- Shelves are fit between side/intermediate walls. The shelves are located 2 mm backwards from intermediate
wall front side. The shelves are fixed with little metal angle brackets.
- It is not advisable to use shelves that are longer than 900 mm and hanger tubes that are longer than 1200 mm
without support, as deflection may occur.
- Drawers are made of 150 mm high grey metal drawer sides which are moving on roller slides.
The back detail of the drawer is made of 16 mm thick, the bottom of 10 mm thick grey melamine.
Front panel of drawers is usually 189 mm high and it is normally made of same melamine material as body of
wardrobe . The drawers are without handles, a gap is left between the front parts of drawers to allow them to be
opened. Mechanism for soft closing can be fixed onto drawers as an accessory.
Minimum depth of the shelf system where drawers can be installed is 300 mm.
- If it is desired or needed, if the floor is uneven or at a slant, it is possible to additionally order a socle with
adjustable height and with a bottom panel, the total height is 80 mm.

BASKETS
Arina roller baskets are made of grey colored steel wire. Baskets are equipped with roller runners which are fixed
between sides of wardrobe. The width of the opening necessary for installing the baskets is 431 mm, depth of the
baskets is 500 mm. 150 and 330 mm high baskets are on offer.
We also offer a pull-out shoe basket and trouser organizer (7 hanging sections).
#Basket 330 mm
Height 330 mm
Width 431 mm
Depth 500 mm
#Basket 150 mm
Height 150 mm
Width 431 mm
Depth 500 mm
#Trouser organizer
Height 40 mm
Width 431 mm
Depth 500 mm
# Shoe basket
Height 170 mm
Width 431 mm
Depth 500 mm
 
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INSTALLATION GUIDE
 
You can download the instruction for installation of cabinets in pdf format from HERE
You can download the instruction for installation of sliding doors in pdf format from HERE
 
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