Contemporary Clad Multi Slide Doors
Perfectly proportioned, the Contemporary Clad’s narrow stiles and thick panels provide a beautiful aesthetic and increased thermal performance, resulting in our most energy efficient system.
LaCantina Doors’ Contemporary Clad system is offered as a complete system with the following:
- Combines the preferred features of wood clad and aluminum products
- Signature narrow 2 15/16″ stiles & rail profile
- 2 1/4″ thick engineered panels for improved energy efficiency & operational performance
- Available in square or sculpted profiles to suit any architectural style
- Standard anodized and painted finishes with additional custom color options
- Self-draining Weather Resistant Sill with interior stop height options for all weather conditions
- Flush and commercial sill options
- Vertical grain Douglas fir and mahogany wood species in-stock or custom order any wood
- AAMA certified rolling hardware to handle extreme panel weights
- Unique interlocking track design for added strength and structural integrity
- Minimal one piece handle and lock with exterior key
- Standard two point lock system secures large sliding panels with locking hardware located on the primary sliding panel
- System automation option
- Matching screen options that integrate seamlessly with our multi slide systems
- Wide range of configurations for design flexibility
- 90˚ zero post corners
- Door & window combo
- Kitchen servery pass through
SIZING & CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
The Contemporary Clad multislide is available with a max panel width of 5’ and max panel height of 9’. Panel height may determine max panel width such that the glass does not exceed 60sqft.
|12′ 3 1/16″|
|MAX. FRAME SIZE|
|OXX or XXO
|OXXX or XXXO
|5 PANELS||OXXXX or XXXXO
|OXXXXX or XXXXXO
LaCantina Doors offer a wide range of in-stock, optional and custom colors. These color options will allow you to complement or match virtually almost any color for your project needs.
Choose from a range of in-stock and custom wood species. Wood components feature a solid core for performance and are ready to seal, stain or paint.
|Vertical Grain Douglas Fir
Custom wood species are available upon request. Popular species include pine, alder, oak, maple, cherry and walnut.
LaCantina Doors systems feature the highest quality hardware for increased durability, handle and components for increased durability, ease of operation and smoother performance. The Contemporary Clad features new exlusive hardware packages available in two finishes: Stainless & Bronze.
|Stainless & Acetal Wheels
||Interior Sliding Lock
||Exterior Sliding Lock
Dual glazed tempered glass is standard on all LaCantina Door systems. And our glass comes with a protective film to prevent your windows from getting scratched or damaged by dirt and debris. Simply remove the film once the project is completed.
For better energy performance, we feature low-E glass. Most commercially available glazing can be used, including tinted, obscure, laminated and single glazed. Laminated glass with SGP interlayer can be added for security or impact protection. In addition to our expansive range of glass options we offer Cardinal’s latest innovation, Neat Glassdesigned to stay cleaner longer and reduce water spots in our low-E 270, 272 and 366 options. Should your project require customized glass please contact us to verify availability.
We have provided technical resources that are informative and can be a useful tool.
Please click PDFs below to view. For complete technical resources, please click here.
|Click here to view the Contemporary Clad Brochure.|
3 TRACK ILLUSTRATIONS
|Weather Resistant Sill|
|Exterior Ramp Sill|
|Weather Resistant Sill|
|Exterior Ramp Sill|
PERFORMANCE & TESTING
NFRC RATING | THERMAL PERFORMANCE
| TYPE OF GLASS
U-factor gives the rate of heat transfer through the window-from inside to outside when it is cold and from outside to inside when it is hot. The lower the U-factor, the better the insulating properties, resulting in greater energy efficiency.
Solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) is defined when sunlight hits a window and the solar heat is absorbed and subsequently released inward. The SHGC represents the fractional amount of the solar energy that ends up warming the house. The lower the SHGC, the less solar heat it transmits.
Visible transmittance (VT) is the measure of how much visible light passes through a window. This is influenced by glass selection, glazing as well as the amount of the opening taken up by non-transparent components such as the frame. The higher the VT, the better potential to maximize daylight.