Modern Slide

  • this is a system used to design sliding structures featuring improved thermal performance; Modern Slide is a system of sliding structures to be used in residential housing, private housing and public buildings; Galandage is a unique structural solution to open the door entirely as door leaves are hidden in chambers in building walls
  • the system featuring improved thermal performance is used to design sliding structures
  • the solutions offered by the Modern Slide system make are suitable for designing sliding structures on 2-, 3- and 4-rail frames, which offers great flexibility for facade design
  • the Galandage solution makes it possible to hide almost completely sliding leaves in the building wall to maximise the clear opening once the structure leaves are opened
  • the system also offers the monoblock solution; monoblock sliding structures are installed within the thermal insulation layer, which is located inside rooms
  • the width of the joint between two structure leaves is only 35 mm; the profiles are available in 3 versions suitable for various resistance-related requirements
  • the system is characterised by structural slenderness and modern design
  • maximum leaf weight in the structure up to 250 kg
  • available infill thickness values: 24, 28 and 32 mm
  • there is a possibility of use Flyscreen system (Flyscreen – fly screens are a practical and an extremely functional protection against insects)
  • a wide range of colours available – RAL palette (Qualicoat 1518), structural colours, Aliplast Wood Colour Effect (Qualideco Pl-0001), anodized (Qualanod 1808), bi-colour
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Technical Specification

SYSTEM

MATERIAL

DEPTH OF FRAME

DEPTH OF LEAF

GLAZING RANGE

WEIGHT OF LEAF

TYPE OF DOORS

MDS

aluminium / polyamide

73,8-195,9 mm

44 mm

21 mm / 28 mm / 32 mm

to 250 kg

sliding

Performance

SYSTEM

THERMAL INSULATION UF*

AIR PERMEABILITY

WINDLOAD RESISTANCE

WATER TIGHTNESS

MDS

Uf from 1,50 W/m2K

Class 3; EN 12207

 Class C1 (400 Pa); EN 12210

Class 6A (250 Pa); EN12208

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