Announces New Terrace Doors
Wausau Window and Wall Systems® has announced the availability
of its new TD-4250i series terrace doors, which the company says
are ideally suited for residential towers and high-rise hotels.
The doors are part of the Advantage by Wausau product line and will
be on display in booth 1422 at the AIA 2006 National Convention
and Design Exposition next month (June 8-10) in Los Angeles.
Engineered for high-performance durability, Wausau's new terrace
doors function smoothly as either in-swing or out-swing operating
units. Both models are available with transom lites, kickplates,
and French door astragal rails for residents and hotel guests to
enjoy the doors' full opening onto a balcony or terrace.
The TD-4250i series terrace doors feature 4.5-inch frame depths
to uniformly match the sightlines and configurations of Wausau's
window and curtainwall systems. Similar to its recently introduced
4250iV Visuline window, the TD-4250i terrace door withstands demanding
environmental and security challenges. According to the company,
the Insulbar® barrier enhances thermal performance, while a single,
European styled handle triggers multi-point locks. The doors are
also said to meet or exceed stringent testing for forced entry,
air infiltration, water and condensation resistance and structural
integrity. The doors are AAMA rated as ATD-AW60 for single leafs
and ATD-AW50 for a double leaf door. All of Wausau's doors are backed
with up to a 10-year limited warranty.
Along with reliable performance and operation, Wausau's sleekly
designed Terrace Doors may be painted or anodized in two different
finishes to match both exterior and interior color schemes. Low-profile
sills on out-swing models also are available to complement the doors'
installation and improve accessibility.
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