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BINQ Lift and Slide Doors are unrivaled in the Australian Market. Whether you're looking for large expanses of glass, high security, thermal performance, ease of use or pure aesthetic, the Lift and Slide Door is the ultimate solution. Featuring bottom rolling heavy duty Itallian hardware to sustain weights up to 300kg, Australian made double glazed safety glass, high security multipoint locking system and a unique Italian made key made exclusive to BINQ, making it impossible to replicate.


  • Italian Hardware

  • High Security Locking System

  • Secure Night Vent

  • Double Gaskets

  • 68mm Timber Profiles

  • 28mm Double Glazing

Size Restrictions

  • Up to 2.8m high

  • Up to 4.3m wide


  • uVal - as low as 1.5

  • SHGC - as low as .58


Technical Designs


TIMBER species



Vic Ash

Bushfure Rating: BAL19



  • Density: 675-770kg/m3 at 12% moisture content; 1.3 to 1.5m3 of seasoned sawn timber per tonne.

  • Strength groups: S4 unseasoned, SD4 seasoned.

  • Stress grades: F7, F8, F11, F14 (unseasoned); F11, F14, F17, F22 (seasoned) when visually stress-graded according to AS 2082—2000: Timber—Hardwood—Visually stress-graded for structural purposes.

  • Joint groups: J3 unseasoned, JD3 seasoned.

  • Shrinkage to 12% MC: E. regnans—13.3% (tangential), 6.6% (radial); E. delegatensis—8.5% (tangential), 5.2% (radial); E. oblique—11.3% (tangential), 5.1% (radial).

  • Unit shrinkage: E. regnans—0.36% (tangential), 0.23% (radial); E. delegatensis—0.35% (tangential), 0.22% (radial). E. oblique—0.36% (tangential), 0.23% (radial). These values apply to timber reconditioned after seasoning.

  • Durability above-ground: Class 3 (life expectancy 7–15 years).

  • Lyctine susceptibility: untreated sapwood of E. delegatensis and E. obliqua is susceptible to lyctid borer attack; untreated sapwood of E. regnans is not susceptible; normally marketed as a mix of the 3 species; therefore, classed as lyctid susceptible.

  • Termite resistance: not resistant.



Bushfire Rating: BAL29


  • Air dry density: 930kg/m3 at 12% moisture content; about 1.1m3 of seasoned sawn timber per tonne.

  • Plantation-grown timber: age 4 years—64% mature timber density; age 11–17 years—80 to 88% mature timber density.

  • Strength groups: S2 unseasoned, SD2 seasoned.

  • Stress grades: F11, F14, F17, F22 (unseasoned), F17, F22, F27, F34 (seasoned) when visually stress-graded according to AS 2082—2000: Timber—Hardwood—Visually stress-graded for structural purposes.

  • Joint groups: J2 unseasoned; JD2 seasoned.

  • Shrinkage to 12% MC: 7.3% (tangential), 4.3% (radial).

  • Unit shrinkage: 0.37 % (tangential) 0.26 % (radial)—these values apply to timber reconditioned after seasoning.

  • Durability above-ground: Class 1 (life expectancy more than 40 years).

  • Lyctine susceptibility: sapwood is not susceptible to lyctine borer attack.

  • Termite resistance: resistant.



Our Timber products can either be Raw, Primed or Stained. Our Staining material is imported from Germany and specifically designed for Timber Windows and Doors. To ensure that all areas of the timber are coated, all finishing is completed prior to any glass or hardware being fitted.

Finishing consists of a four part process.


Each unit is bogged, puttied and sanded to ensure that the finish is soft, smooth and consistent.


The priming (base coat) of the unit by dipping it into a staining tray, which penetrates the timber and treats for rot an infestation, then the unit is hung to try in a controlled temperature enviroment, which generally takes 24 hours.

Re Prepping

Once the unit is dry, it's lightly sanded to ensure that an even and consistent finish is achieved throughout.

Top Coat

It then progresses into the finishing line and the top coat is applied by a spray gun at approximately 400 microns thick (equivolent to 3 coats of paint). The unit is then placed in the drying room which again is at a controlled temperature enviroment.







Windows with standard glass provide little to no insulation properties, and are the thermal weak point in buildings. In an average home, 40% of heat loss and 87% of heat gain is through inefficient glazing*.

An energy efficient window helps minimise the use of artificial heating and cooling, and makes the most of the natural climate resources. Insulglass IGU units are an essential component to minimise the need for artificial heating and cooling, reducing heat transfer by over 50%.

Utilising energy efficient glass has many benefits:

  • Comfort levels: it will be naturally cooler in summer and warmer in winter, internal drafts and condensation is reduced

  • Energy savings: lowered cost for conditioning spaces with artificial heat and cooling

  • Less greenhouse emissions: with a lower load impact on artificial heating and cooling, there is less energy output and reduced emissions

  • Noise reduction: filters out significantly more noise than standard glass

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uVal - as low as 1.89

SHGC - as low as 0.67

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Insulglass Plus

uVal - as low as 1.3

SHGC - as low as 0.58

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DB - up to 55