Ali Glyde
Range Of Sliding Shutters

Ali Glyde
W30

A manually operated sliding shutter designed for internal use. Aluminium panels and polycarbonate infill allow for through vision without compromising security or aesthetics. A selection of finishes are available and Adams Rite mortice lock fitted as standard. Suitable for curved apertures. No maximum span. Recommended maximum height up to 4,500mm.

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Description

The Ali Glyde W30 sliding folding shutter is a top track supported sliding folding shutter system using aesthetically pleasing unobtrusive and durable design features. Manufactured from aluminim panels with polycarbonate infill providing vision and preventing petty pilfering of goods or products.

Common use

This sliding folding shutter is protecting areas such as internal retail outlets and areas requiring designation such as shopping malls, airports, in store concessions, railway stations that require a durable finish using polycarbonate infills.

Dimensions

152mm vertical Sections with aluminium hinges

Weight

9kg Per M2

Finish

Standard Finishes For Frame Silver, White, Medium Bronze, light Bronze or Black.

Top Track

Aluminium 34mm x 42mm High No requirement for bottom track

Curved Apertures

This Product is highly flexible to provide limitless options for imaginative design lay outs to suit any shape or length.

Stacking Size

Approximately 15% of overall length.

Locking

Adams rite mortice lock with intermediate post’s incorporating drop bolts locating into flush floor sockets.

Operation

Manual Operation

Product specification may change and it is advisable to consult with HAG technical advisors before specifying or ordering. HAG operates a policy of continuous improvement.

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