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Modern Multi-Slide Stacked Door Bi-Parting
Modern Multi-Slide Stacked Door Bi-Parting
Modern Multi-Slide Stacked Door Bi-Parting

    Modern Multi-Slide Stacked Door Bi-Parting

    4.4 out of 5 stars4.4(31 reviews)

    Combine product ingenuity with pure modern aesthetics and the result is truly stunning.  the Marvin Modern line is made to be built big and perform at scale, complemented by the power of critical design details.

    Features:  Large expanses of glass for maximum views with numerous configurations and sizes available;  Consistent panel thickness with narrow stiles and rails, regardless of configuration or size;  Minimalist hardware designed for superior functionality, features a sleek and modern form;  Three sill options are available with flush, performance and high performance;  Rated up to LC-PG40 for impressive performance;  Over 30 configurations available;  Uni-directional configurations:  1 to 6 panels, available stacked or pocket;  Bi-parting configurations:  2 to 10 panels , available stacked or pocket;  Sized to order in up to 6' x 12' panels;  Meeting stiles are less than 3" wide.

    Technical specification
    • Unique ref.marvin_mnmss-biparting
    • Product familySignature
    • Product groupModern Doors
    • TypeObject (single object)
    • Date of publishing2019-12-20
    • Edition number3
    • Material mainFibreglass reinforced polymer composite
    • Material secondaryAluminum
    • Designed inUnited States
    • Manufactured inUnited States
    • BIMobject CategoryDoors - Sliding Doors
    • IFC classificationDoor
    • UNSPSC nameMetal doors
    • UNSPSC code30171505
    • Uniclass 2015 CodeEF_25_30
    • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionDoors and windows
    • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code08 10 00
    • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleDoors and Frames
    • OmniClass Number23-17 11 00
    • OmniClass TitleDoors
    • CSI UniFormat II CodeB2030
    • CSI UniFormat II TitleExterior Doors

    Region availability

    Oceania North America Europe Asia
    United States Minor Outlying Islands
    Caribbean Netherlands
    Cayman Islands
    The Bahamas
    United States