Sliding Doors

SAPA Artline XL

Sliding Door XL

Exclusive minimalist design

Characteristics

SAPA Sliding door Artline XL has an elegant, mininal and exclusive design in large format. The sliding door is made of insulated aluminium profiles and is developed for large glass walls to open up the room. The threshold is lowered into the floor and the frame is built in inside the walls at the sides to make the impression of no frames. 

Documentation
SAPA Artline XL_DataSheet_BA.pdf
Artline_XL_ProdBrochure2021.pdf

Product benefits

DIVERSITY OF APPLICATIONS

  • Versions. Single wing sliding door
  • Motorization. Motorization is available as an option

LARGE SIZES

  • Door leaf dimensions. Max height 3.5 m. Max width 2.8 m
  • Door leaf weight. Max. 500 kg
  • Glass. Rebate for triple glazing units with glass thickness 40-52 mm

More information

Fitting Functions

Clear dimension

The sliding door is designed for optimum lightness and architetural space.

One sliding door leaf
Artline fri öppning
F.O. = Clear dimension
K.Y.M = Frame outside dimension
Clear dimension = KYM/ 2 - 136 mm
KYM = Clear dimension x 2 + 272

Two sliding door leaves
Artline fri öppning
F.O. = Clear dimension
K.Y.M = Frame outside dimension
Clear dimension = KYM/ 2 - 144 mm
KYM = Clear dimension x 2 + 288

Double opening

F.O. = Clear dimension
K.Y.M = Frame outside dimension
Clear dimension = KYM/ 2 - 203 mm
K.Y.M. = Clear dimension x 2 + 406

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 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.

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.

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.

Triple glazing
Glass thickness 40-52 mm

Profile

Elevations And Details

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Fixing Principles

Fixing principles

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:


Built-in


Not built-in