Sliding doors



Sliding doors

A sliding door is a type of door which opens horizontally by sliding, usually parallel to a wall. Sliding doors can be mounted either on top of a track below or be suspended from a track above.

Sliding doors are commonly used as shower doors, glass doors, screen doors, wardrobe doors.








SYSTEMS:




1. System 2150 sliding patio doors


Designed to extend glass-to-wall ratio while offering superior strength, sound abatement, and energy efficiency. The System 2150 sliding patio door is customizable and handy, with configurations for new construction and replacement in residential and light commercial utilization. The system is offered in white, beige, clay and can be laminated with a solid color or wood-grain foils.







Features

  • Up to 1 1/4 in (32 mm) glazing channel accommodates triple glazing, increasing both energy efficiency and acoustical properties.
  • 4 9/16 in (116 mm) frame depth provides flexibility for new construction and replacement projects.
  • Engineered aluminum reinforcements provide excellent structural ratings.
  • High-definition finish for weather and stain resistance and ease of maintenance.







Performance
Test result
Description
NAFS (PG)
up to LC-PG45
Designed for Impact
up to DP50
U-value
down to 0.20*




2. System 2200 sliding patio doors


A high-performance sliding patio door offering superior operation and thermal efficiency as well as serving decorating accent with the frame and glass/ mirror element.

High tech design and engineering make the REHAU System 2200 everything you need. It is a great choice for upscale residential renovation and new construction projects. Perfect for modern living, it opens up any space with classic looks and a large glass area for maximized daylight.

Appropriating precision bearing rollers, the operation of the sash needs almost zero effort and provides long-lasting, trouble-free operation for adults and children. Configuration flexibility for any model possible (X-O, O-X, O-X-O, O-O-X, X-O-O or O-X-X-O) operation and dedicated fixed frame for sideline and transom. The system is available in white or clay and can be laminated with a solid color or wood-grain foils.



Features

  • European saddle-rail sash design for exceptionally smooth, low-friction operation.
  • 1 3/8 in (35 mm) glazing channel for triple glazing capability that increases both energy efficiency and acoustical properties.
  • Internal sill drainage system for superior resistance to water leakage.
  • High-definition finish for weather and stain resistance and ease of maintenance.







Performance
Test result
Description
NAFS (PG)
up to LC-PG55
ASTM E90 Acoustical (STC)
up to 38 dB
U-value
down to 0.16*