Folding Glass Walls - Aluminum Frame - NW Aluminum 840
Generation 4 Folding Glass Wall Our Slimmest Aluminum Frame
- Our Most Thermally-Efficient Aluminum Framed Folding Glass Wall
- Heights up to 11' 6" (3500 mm)
- Left/Right FourFold or SixFold Panel Sets for Wider Openings and Flexible Stacking
The slimmest aluminum frame of the NanaWall folding glass wall product line. With a frame profile styled in a crisp, angular design, the intersection of two folding panels is a mere 3 7/8" (99 mm). This floor supported system offers an extremely streamlined appearance with minimal exposed hardware, creating a new level of aesthetics. Fourth Generation Thermally Efficient Aluminum Framed Folding Glass Wall
NW Aluminum 840 floor supported panels are capable of heights up to 11' 6" (3500 mm). As a custom-built architectural solution, this system is available in inswing or outswing configurations and can accommodate open corner designs.
Put through rigorous independent performance testing, this next generation system is designed from the ground up and, as a result, is our most thermally efficient aluminum framed folding glass wall. Broad Product Configurability
Panel sets are able to move and stack either to the right, left, or center within the same track allowing the panels to be stacked in the most convenient location as needed.Fourth Generation Features Flexible Stacking and FourFold or SixFold Panel Sets
NW Aluminum 840 is the only floor supported, thermally broken folding system available that allows for larger opening sizes and flexible space management with the integration of FourFold or SixFold Panel Sets. These panel sets can move and stack either to the right, left, or center within the same track allowing the panels to be stacked in the most convenient location as needed. Floor Supported Technology for Long-Term Durability
Floor supported systems are ideal for applications where load-bearing capability of the header is a concern.
Swing Doors for Traffic Management
- Provides long-term durability and smooth operation.
- Control construction costs. Requires less header load and limits the need for extensive pre-cambering.
- Improves the likelihood of keeping existing header when retrofitting/remodeling.
To accommodate traffic flow, swing panels can be added either to the end of a chain of panels for systems with an odd number of panels folding in one direction or hinged to the side jamb, depending on unit height and configuration.
An up to 3' 3" (1000 mm) swing panel hinged to the side jamb is available. Swing doors can be optionally outfitted with higher kickplates for ADA compliance. Panic hardware and top door closers by others are possible.