The Belgian profile can be divided into two categories:
The “original” Belgian profile is made of galvanized iron and painted in the oven
The Belgian profile is relatively narrow and thus increases the distribution and design possibilities between the sections.
Belgium’s iron profile has some drawbacks compared to its aluminum counterpart:
The profile of iron is more exposed to weather damage and requires one coloring for 5-6 years
An additional restriction is that it can be obtained by opening an axis only
An aluminum Belgian profile is also relatively narrower and more resistant to weather.
It has more opening options that can be achieved by opening a pivot, sliding and folding.
Many architects like to integrate the Belgian profile thanks to the design possibilities
such as varied distribution and glazing options.
Sliding doors are suitable for large and medium-sized such as an exit to a balcony or yard
there is a wide variety of models for sliding doors.