Sliding Doors

SAPA 2160

Lift-and-Slide Door

High insulated lift-and-slide door for large openings

Characteristics

Lift-and-Slide Door 2160 is made of insulated aluminum profiles with a frame depth of160 mm and a door leaf  depth of 70 mm. The insulation consists of 40 mm wide glass fibre reinforced polyamide strips. The lift-and-slide door has lift-slide fittings for user-friendly handling. The door leaf is easily slid aside and seals all around as the door leaf is lowered a few millimeters in closed position.

Documentation
SAPA 2160_DataSheet_BA.pdf
2160_Lift_EN_ProdBrochure2021.pdf

Product benefits

DIVERSITY OF APPLICATIONS

  • Versions. Single- or double-wing lift-and-sliding doors
  • Lockable fittings. Inside or in- and outside

LARGE SIZES

  • Door leaf dimensions. Max height 2,7 m. Max width 3,2 m
  • Door leaf weight. Max 400 kg

More information

Fitting Functions

Glazing

Unprotected glazed surfaces which are so located that they can be reached by persons shall be designed so as to limit the risk of injury. Such glazed surfaces shall be dimensioned so as to withstand the dynamic influence of a person. Applicable standards and requirements should be taken into account.


Glass thickness 20-51 mm

The illustration shows the different functional dimensions commonly used by the window industry and established by the MTK. The gaskets are made of EPDM rubber and are available in several versions.

Clear dimension

The Lift-Slide door allows for big openings in conservatories and restaurants etc.

Single opening, two sliding door leafs

F.O. = Clear dimension
K.Y.M = Frame outside dimension
Clear dimension = K.Y.M./ 2 - 232 mm
K.Y.M. =Clear dimension x 2 + 464

Single opening, one sliding door leaf

F.O. = Clear dimension
K.Y.M = Frame outer dimension
Clear opening = K.Y.M./ 2 - 187 mm
K.Y.M. =Clear dimension x 2 + 374

Double opening

F.O. = Clear dimension
K.Y.M = Frame outer dimension
Clear dimension = K.Y.M./ 2 - 324 mm
K.Y.M. =Clear dimension x 2 + 648


Fitting functions

Lift sliding door 2160 can be performed as one fixed and one sliding door leaf, alternatively with two sliding door leaf. For opening the handle is turned 180° downwards, whereby the door is lifted a few millimeters and can easily be slid aside. When closing the door leaf goes down again and the rubber sealing tightens all around. The door leafs run silently on nylon rollers on a stainless rail and can be parked (lowered) at any position.

Each sliding door leaf is equipped with  espagnolette with four anchor points. Handles of aluminium and cylinder locks can be mounted on the inside and outside or inside only.


One sliding door leaf

Closed

Open, seen from the inside

Two sliding door leaf

Closed

Open, seen from the inside

Open, seen from the inside


Double opening


Handle


Wheels

Location in the wall

For the entire structure to meet the energy saving requirements and ensure good comfort it is necessary to install the sliding terrace door in the warm part of the wall. This means that it should be installed as deep into the wall as possible, which has a number of advantages.

It creates good conditions for appropriate fixing and a well functioning joint. The risk of condensation is reduced due to a higher surface temperature. The joint between the frame profile and the wall shall be made with two step sealing. This means that it should consist of an outer rain barrier with an underlying air channel, a mineral wool insulation layer and an inner diffusion sealing joint.

Elevations And Details

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Fixing Principles

Fixing principles

Lift-sliding doors must be fixed to a stable and suitable wall structure. The choice of fixing method depends on the wall type. The number and location of fixing points depends on the size of the door.

Example:

Fixing of frame with
twist anchor inwards     


Fixing of frame with
twist anchor outwards

Projects using sliding doors SAPA 2160

VillAma, Turku

Facility and place: VillAma in Turku, Finland
Construction year: 2012
Architect: SAFA Pekka Mäki, Arkitektbyrå Sigge Oy
Fabricator: Alavus Alufront Oy

Facades: Sapa 4150
Doors: Sapa 2074
Windows: Sapa 1074
Lift- and Slide doors: Sapa 2160
Surface finish: Powder coating, RAL 7021

Photography: Vesa Loikas Photography