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Marathon

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Sliding door kit for wooden and metal doors weighing up to 55kg and 90kg

  • Features a one piece ball cage design to provide a smooth running system
SKU:
marathon
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ProductOrder Code No. of Doors Track LengthDoor Width RangeDoor Thickness RangeMax. Door Weight Door MaterialApplication
Marathon 55J211219mm400mm - 750mm32-50mm55kgWoodInterior
Marathon 55J311473mm750mm - 900mm32-50mm55kgWoodInterior
Marathon 55J411702mm900mm - 1050mm32-50mm55kgWoodInterior
Marathon 55J511981mm1050mm - 1200mm 32-50mm55kgWoodInterior
Marathon 55J612438mm1200mm - 1500mm 32-50mm55kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S211219mm400mm - 750mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S311473mm750mm - 900mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S411702mm900mm - 1050mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S511981mm1050mm - 1200mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S612438mm1200mm - 1500mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S713048mm1500mm - 1800mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S813226mm1800mm - 2000mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Marathon 90S914420mm2000mm - 2500mm32-50mm90kgWoodInterior
Description PDF DXF DWG
102N 93 - GUIDE LVL A
102N 93 - GUIDE LVL A 50.69 KB 303.64 KB 152.39 KB
44 - STOP LVL A
44 - STOP LVL A 58.56 KB 315.76 KB 155.21 KB
93S - CHANNEL LVL A
93S - CHANNEL LVL A 44.23 KB 251.42 KB
MARATHON JR - HEAVY DUTY SLIDING DOOR GEAR LVL A
MARATHON JR - HEAVY DUTY SLIDING DOOR GEAR LVL A 70.69 KB 3.35 MB 1022.76 KB
MARATHON SR - HEAVY DUTY SLIDING DOOR GEAR LVL A
MARATHON SR - HEAVY DUTY SLIDING DOOR GEAR LVL A 155.93 KB 3.52 MB 1.05 MB
  • For biparting doors, two kits can be purchased
  • Easy and rapid installation
  • Can be combined with Marathon Fire rated to create an FD30 fire door assembly (S3, S4, S5 and S6 kits only)
  • Optional self close kit available

Marathon sliding door kit has been designed with a one piece ball cage track to allow for an extremely reliable and smooth running system.

Versatile System

Catering for doors up to 55kg and 90kg, Marathon is available in 13 different kits to support doors between 400 and 2500mm wide. Please note that the track is unable to be cut down on this system. For bi-parting doors – two kits should be purchased.

Optional Self Close System

A self-closing door kit can also be added to further complement the system – please see spares and accessories below.

Marathon 90 kits (S3, S4, S5 and S6) can also be combined with our Marathon Fire Rated to create a 30 minute (FD30) fire door assembly.

Accessories 

A number of handles and flush pulls are available as optional extras – please see accessories  below.

Please note: S2, S7, S8 and S9 are made to order, delivery date will be provided upon order confirmation.

More Information

Q&A

Question:

Our sliding door was installed a 4 years ago by builder when he converted our bathroom and toilet to a walk in shower room for my wife and is fine, works well. However every now and again the door seems to move on its fitting in that it doesn\'t close all the way, leaving a small gap between the door and the frame on the left that makes the surround. The door stops are in place at both ends and however the door stop on the left where the external part of the frame is does not engage before the door gets to it\'s closed position. I would have though that the door reaching the close position though before the runners run out would not be a factor though. Yet To fix I can move the door to the closed position or at least as far as it is at that point closing and the pull it to where it should be closing to. When I do this I can see what looks like the top hangers moving. I have tightened the 2 pair of bolts but do not want to go too far. Please advise on any adjustments, tightening procedures that my stop the door from moving.
Question by: Kate Donkin on 22 Oct 2020, 01:00

Answer:

Good Morning, I have passed your question onto our technical department who will be in touch with you via email shortly. Many thanks,   Kate   Marketing Assistant
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 22 Oct 2020, 16:14

Answer:

We have exactly the same problem with our sliding door - it no longer slides all the way to one end - stopping before it hits the door stop and leaving a 12-15 cm gap. How can we adjust it?
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 2 Jan 2021, 16:07

Question:

Can the track be cut down
Question by: Kate Donkin on 2 Nov 2020, 00:00

Answer:

Good afternoon,Due to the tracks ball cage design, it can not be cut down.Thanks,KateMarketing Assistant
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 2 Nov 2020, 16:30

Answer:

Good afternoon, Due to the tracks ball cage design, it can not be cut down. Thanks, Kate Marketing Assistant
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 2 Nov 2020, 16:31

Question:

Hello - we have the same issue as the post from Oct 2020. Our dressing room sliding door was installed about 5 years ago by builder and worked well for a while. However the door has seemed to move on its fitting and now it will not close all the way, leaving a small gap between the door and the frame on one side. There are door stops are in place at both ends, however the door stops moving (the ball bearing assembly hits the end of its guide) before the stop is reached. It looks a bit like the track that the door hangs from has shifted within the ball bearing assembly that moves along the guide track.
Question by: Brent on 4 Jan 2021, 00:00

Answer:

Hi Brent - if you could please   call our technical team on 0191 3777345 they will be happy to assist you with this. Many thanks Stephanie,   P C Henderson
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 4 Jan 2021, 15:09

Question:

Do you have a details showing the jamb installation, I would like to clarify the relationship between the door and jamb, i.e. how much overlap between the door and the frame should be allowed.
Question by: Kate Donkin on 22 Oct 2020, 01:00

Answer:

Good morning, We recommend using an overlap of 40mm between the door and the frame, however this is down to the customers discretion and personal preference. Thanks, Kate Marketing Assistant
Answer by: admin admin (Admin) on 22 Oct 2020, 12:22
Accessories and Spares