Glass wall opens without a track

August 02, 2008 |

NanaWall Systems has developed an adjustable locking receiver socket that makes it possible to use the company's trackless feature for exterior applications where water tightness is not a major concern. In the past, because of expansion and contraction of panels during different seasons of the year, the trackless option was only recommended for interior applications. By eliminating the floor track, architects can create a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces. The glass walls are designed to meet structural and forced-entry requirements.

NanaWall Systems Input No. 230 at BDCnetwork.com/quickResponse

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