This Kit is Intended for Glass Mounting
New Anti-Lift Double Roller Design
Alloy 316 Steel Construction
Assembly Contains All Necessary Hardware to Complete the Installation with 3/8″ or 1/2″ (10 or 12 mm) Tempered Glass
Spanner Wrench for Installation Sold Separately
CRL Double Roller Laguna Series Glass Mount Single Slider Kit
contains all the components you will need (except the tempered glass) to complete this style of installation. This model is used in applications where you are attaching a single sliding door in an ‘all-glass’ opening where you have a wall on one end next to the door, a glass transom above the door, and a fixed glass panel on the other side of the door.
Bi-parting double doors are not possible for this application.
The Anti-Lift Sliding Door Top Rollers can be attached to the glass with either Surface Mount or Flush Mount Fittings (both are supplied). The Rollers have a 1/8″ (3.2 mm) up or down vertical adjustment to aid in door alignment. This system should only be used with 3/8″ or 1/2″ (10 or 12 mm) tempered glass. Laminated glass cannot be used.
Complete glass fabrication details and drawings are available by contacting our Technical Sales Department.
DOOR SYSTEM LIMITATIONS:
Maximum Door Weight: 220 Lbs. (100 kg)
Minimum Door Width: 37-13/16″ (960 mm)
Maximum Door Width: 53-9/16″ (1.36 m)
Maximum Door Height: 98-7/16″ (2.50 m)
Maximum Track Length: 104″ (2.64 m)
EACH KIT CONTAINS:
Two CRL Laguna Series Anti-Lift Top Rollers with Glass Fittings
One CRL Laguna Series Top Sliding Tube with End Caps at 104″ (2.64 m) in Length
One CRL Laguna Series Top Sliding Tube Wall Mount End Cap (Fastener to Wall is Not Included)
Six CRL Laguna Series Top Sliding Tube Glass Mount Clamps
Two CRL Laguna Series Door Stops (One Left Hand and One Right Hand)
One CRL Laguna Series Bottom Floor Guide
– All customers who in any way utilize this product are solely responsible to consult a structural engineer to determine the suitability of the product for the intended use and site conditions. All installers must be qualified and have professional knowledge about compliance with local, state and federal regulations, safety factors, and the appropriate choice of fixing material and procedures.