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Cambridge Sliding Shower Door System

C.R.Laurence of Europe Ltd

The NEW Cambridge Series Two Door Bypass Sliding Shower Door System utilises a modern top roller system that features four rollers on each door for ease of sliding. This quiet, smooth sliding system is made of high quality stainless steel, thus ensuring easy opening and closing of the doors. The Cambridge series is versatile in design, able to adapt to full standing showers or above bathtubs.

Each kit includes a 73” (1854 mm) length stainless steel header; 8 stainless steel rollers; 2 stoppers; 2 track holder fittings for the wall; 1 stainless steel bottom guide; 2 each 24” (610 mm) single-sided towel bars; 2 each 40” (1016 mm) bottom door sweeps; 2 each 80” (2032 mm) length clear L-jambs; 1 tool kit.

The Cambridge Series Two Door Bypass Sliding Shower Door System accommodates 5/16” or 3/8” (8 or 10 mm) thick tempered glass (not included). Your choice of brushed or polished stainless steel finish, or matte black allows design options. A 90 degree accessory kit is available for enclosures with a return panel.

Key Features:

  • Two Door Bypass Sliding Shower Door System
  • Modern top roller system
  • Adapts to full standing showers or above a bathtub
  • Available in brushed and polished stainless steel, and matte black finish
  • For use with 8 to 10 mm thick tempered glass (not included)

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