Solar Innovations Announces a New, Ergonomic, Sliding Glass Door Hardware Option

Solar Innovations, a custom manufacturer of residential and commercial folding glass walls, sliding glass doors, and more, announces a new, ergonomic, sliding glass door hardware option.

Solar Innovations' new ergonomic handle is approximately eight inches in length with a 13" door inlay; available in black, white, and brushed aluminum. Customers also have the opportunity to order the new ergonomic handle in custom colors to match their systems' framing, or any other selected color. Available in either one or two point locking systems, Solar Innovations' new handle is a flexible alternative to traditional options. If several sliding glass doors sliding glass doors are installed in one structure, each lock can be keyed independently, or all locks can be keyed alike for the customer's convenience.

The addition of the new ergonomic sliding glass door handle provides three options to Solar Innovations' sliding glass door customers. Additional models of sliding glass door handles include the Crescent Handle, available in standard colors of black, white, or aluminum, and custom colors, and the Recessed Handle, available in standard black or custom colors.

"Solar Innovations offers numerous styles of sliding glass doors sliding glass doors with unique features." Dual track and multiple track sliding glass doors allow customers to increase their viewing area by accommodating a greater number of sliding panels. Customers may also choose to incorporate a pocket, which hides the glass panels from view when the sliding glass system is open.

Tested in early July, Solar Innovations' sliding glass doors passed structural, air, and water performance testing. Solar Innovations' thermally broken system was also tested during this vigorous process and passed, meeting the A440-05 standards. Also during the month of July, Solar's sliding glass doors received NFRC National Fenestration Rating Council thermal certification NFRC 102-2004. To achieve this rating, the sliding glass doors received a standardized thermal transmittance of .40Btu/Hr/Ft2/◦F. In addition, Solar Innovations' sliding glass doorssliding glass doors are being tested for Florida Impact Approval during the next several months. This certification will allow Solar Innovations to sell products in areas requiring Florida Impact approval

With recent completion of AAMA HC-40 certification and NRFC Thermal Certification, and Florida Product Approval pending, Solar Innovations' multi-track and dual track sliding glass doorssliding glass doors are an excellent choice for any application. Solar Innovations will continue to add new sliding glass door options to their product line, please watch for updates on the website.

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