- This heavy duty pivot door slides is ideal for entertainment centers, armoires, and kitchen cabinets. Allows the door to open to 90 degrees and then slide back into the inside of the cabinet.
- This hardware works on frameless (no face frame) cabinets only.
- Hardware includes "AntiRak Cable System"
This pivot door slide for cabinet doors will work for 3 different installation types;
- Type 1 is an "overlay" door (no face frame) with a 3/4" door thickness. Order our Type 1 hinge kit (SKU 268173) for this installation type.
- Type 2 is a "flush inset" door (no face frame) with a door thickness from 3/4" to 13/16". Order our Type 2 hinge kit (SKU 268171) for this installation type.
- Type 3 is a a "flush inset" door (no face frame) with a door thickness from 15/16" to 1-1/4". Order our Type 3 hinge kit (SKU 268172) for this installation type.
- Can be used for vertical or horizontal doors.
- A 2" to 2-1/2" wide pocket is required. The pocket is the area that the door slides into.
- An 8 page instruction booklet is included with purchase.
PLEASE NOTE: THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL HARDWARE IS REQUIRED.
- HINGE CARRIER STRIP KITS
- HINGE KITS (Type 1, 2 or 3)
- SEE THOSE ITEMS FOR FURTHER DETAILS
|Maximum Door Height||36" to 78"|
|Maximum Door Weight||75 lbs|
|Mounting Hardware Included||Yes|
|Mounting Hardware Type||Fasteners are Inluded|
|California Residents||Prop 65 Warning|
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5 Questions asked about Heavy Duty Pivot Door Slides
Q David Messinger • 12/17/2017, 6:05:43 PM I have an armoire that has pivot doors that slide inside - the pivots are wooden dowels at top and bottom. I want to install a pivot door sliding kit - how do I know which one to get ?
A 12/20/2017, 12:46:49 PM These pivot slides require the use of three different components: the door slides found on this page, hinge carrier strips which connect the top and bottom pivots and provide a place to mount hinges, and hinge kits which are used to mount your doors to the carrier strips/slides. I will explain how to select each component below. 1) Determining which slide is needed is fairly straightforward. This is simply how long of a slide your cabinet depth will accept. For example, if you have a 13" deep cabinet, the 14" option would be too large, so you would need to use the 12" option. 2) The hinge carrier strips can be viewed under related products below or by searching for our SKU 268170. These are sold in sets of two. The amount of strips required per door varies based on door height. See the information on the carrier strip page to verify how many strips are needed for your door height. 3) Hinge kits are determined by the following information: Type 1 is for an "overlay" door (no face frame) with a 3/4" door thickness. Order our Type 1 hinge kit (SKU 268173) for this installation type. Type 2 is for a "flush inset" door (no face frame) with a door thickness from 3/4" to 13/16". Order our Type 2 hinge kit (SKU 268171) for this installation type. Type 3 is for a "flush inset" door (no face frame) with a door thickness from 15/16" to 1-1/4". Order our Type 3 hinge kit (SKU 268172) for this installation type. You can view each of these kits below under related products, or you can enter the required SKU number into the search box at the top of the page. The information on the hinge kit pages will specify how many hinges your door height will require. I hope this clears things up. If you have any further questions feel free to email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (1-877-944-6437) us back!
Q shawn crater • 03/21/2018, 6:32:41 AM I am looking to use the pivot slides on 30" x 78" hollow core doors for a laundry room, will these work and how many should I install on each door?
A 03/21/2018, 9:08:39 AM Hi Shawn! Your specifications are right at the maximum height these slides can accommodate. The slides are sold as pairs and 1 pair per door, you then order Hinge Carrier Strips (3 strips per door) to connect the top and the bottom slides together. Then to mount the doors you would use 6 hinges per door considering the height and here's a link to both the carrier strips and the section showing the hinge kits we offer. https://www.hardwaresource.com/hinge-carrier-strip-for-heavy-duty-pivot-door-slides.html https://www.hardwaresource.com/cabinet/cabinet-accessories/pivot-door-slides.html
Q Johanna Simpkins • 08/03/2018, 5:55:49 AM I want to use these for a pantry where the doors would be flush mounted on an angled wall (135deg) rather than 90deg. Would this be possible?
A 08/03/2018, 8:42:53 AM It would not work, no. These Pivot door slides are intended for regular square applications where you open the door 90 degrees and then slide into the opening, you wont be able to open the door to 45 degrees and slide unfortunately.
Q Tom • 11/17/2018, 6:07:16 AM Will this product work for me, I want to use them on a single 30" door
A 11/19/2018, 9:36:50 AM Hi Tom! Our regular Pivot Door Slides should be enough unless the door is rather heavy and weighs more than 30 lbs for the application. Here's a link where you can view some additional information on these and purchase below; https://www.hardwaresource.com/pivot-door-slide.html
Q Corey • 11/29/2020, 4:37:30 PM I was hoping to use the type 3 on a 1" thick cabinet door, but then realized it may not work because of the handles/pulls on the front. Is the 2-2.5" pocket able to accommodate handles that stick out past the 1" door? Thanks.
A 11/30/2020, 8:52:34 AM It will still fit in the pocket, but the handle will likely hit the side of the cabinet and not allow it to fully slide in all the way.