Austvision SlydStak Door System
The Austvision SlydStak Door System uses a specially developed overhead track and roller systems for sliding and stacking frameless glass doors.
SlydStak can also be use for straight sliding and for sliding and Bi-folding doors.
SlydStak can be used for internal folding and stacking wall and screens or sheltered external applications like shopfronts, showrooms or restaurant and bar frontages.
The SlydStak is available in a range of systems;
FSR – Folding Stacking Rail - Top and/or Bottom Rail – with locking and latching
FSS – Folding Stacking Spider - Top spider and bottom patch lock
BFR – Bi Folding Rail – Top and bottom Rail
BFS – Bi Folding Spider – Top spider hanger and patch lock
Material and Finish
The SlydStak overhead track is extruded aluminium in natural anodised aluminium finish.
The cover plates for the overhead track are standard in natural anodised aluminium finish or can be powder coated to suit décor.
The door rails are extruded aluminium and supplied standard with 316 marine grade satin stainless steel covers or 25µm natural anodised aluminium. Covers can be powder coated if required.
The Spider hangers and patch locks are 316 marine grade stainless steel in satin and polished finish.
The SpiderDoor System can be used with Metro GlassTech TempaFloat, TempaSoak, TempaScreen or TempaPrint Toughened Safety Glass (TSG) or SafeLite Toughened Laminated Safety Glass (TLSG).
- Suitable for 10,12 and 15mm toughened safety glass
- Heavy duty top track extrusion
- Hidden fixing system
- Can be fitted to steel, concrete or timber.
- Smooth nylon radial suspension roller system
- Rollers rated to 110kg each (typically 2 per door)
- Good corrosion resistance
- Appealing design
- A range of parking bay options to stack doors
- Special track covers to support ceiling panels
- Range of hardware options
- Easy to maintain
- Easy to measure and install
The Slydstak System can be used for 10, 12 and 15mm frameless glass doors up to 3m high to suit the typical restrictions on patch fitting doors as detailed in Technical Bulleting 40. Guidance notes for frameless glass doors and assemblies.