Selecting the location and language will prioritise localised information. Continue
Dutch Door Curtain Wall Panel - Model SI2253

Dutch Door Curtain Wall Panel - Model SI2253

Dutch Doors

Dutch doors, commonly known as barn-style doors, consist of two separate door panels which are stacked atop one another to create a top door and a bottom door. With Dutch door systems, the two panels can be operated individually for unique ventilation or in unison to create an entryway. These units are ideal for homes with pets or small children, as the top panel can be opened for ventilation, while the bottom panel remains closed providing safety and security.

Solar Innovations, Inc. Dutch doors are available in single and double door configurations. They can be designed with two glass panels, a glass panel and a solid panel, and two solid panels. Glass panels will optimize light transmittance and create a view of the exterior, while solid panels are impact resistant and made from durable aluminum. Polycarbonate, a sturdy alternative to traditional glass, can also be utilized in Solar Innovations, Inc.’s Dutch door systems. Decorative grids or SDLs can be included in both glazed and solid panel options for increased aesthetics. Tinted and decorative glass options are also available for further customization. The unit pictured above includes acid etched glass, beneficial for users looking for more privacy.

Thermally-broken Dutch doors by Solar Innovations, Inc. are manufactured in both in-swing and out-swing configurations and are outfitted with locking hardware suitable for all residential and commercial applications. For more information regarding barn-style Dutch doors, please visit the Solar Innovations, Inc. Swing Doors page or contact a knowledgeable sales representative. For those attending the GlassBuild tradeshow this week, come see Solar Innovations, Inc. at Booth #617, where the team will have a Dutch door system on display.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.solar-dutch-door-curtain-wall-panel-s12253
  • Collection setAluminum Doors
  • CollectionSwing Doors
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2019-02-05
  • Edition number1
Related
  • Material mainAluminum
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryDoors - Swing Doors
  • IFC classificationDoor
  • UNSPSC nameDoors
  • UNSPSC code301715
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeEF_25_30
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionDoors and windows
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code08 11 16
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleAluminum Doors and Frames
  • OmniClass TitleAluminum Doors
  • OmniClass Number23-17 11 13 13

Region availability

Europe Asia North America Africa South America Oceania
Andorra
United Arab Emirates
Antigua and Barbuda
Angola
Argentina
American Samoa
Albania
Afghanistan
Anguilla
Burkina Faso
Bolivia
Australia
Austria
Armenia
Aruba
Burundi
Brazil
Cook Islands
Åland Islands
Azerbaijan
Barbados
Benin
Chile
Fiji
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bangladesh
Saint-Barthélemy
Botswana
Colombia
Federated States of Micronesia
Belgium
Bahrain
Bermuda
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Ecuador
Guam
Bulgaria
Brunei
Caribbean Netherlands
Central African Republic
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)
Kiribati
Belarus
Bhutan
The Bahamas
Republic of the Congo
French Guiana
Marshall Islands
Switzerland
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Belize
Côte d'Ivoire
Guyana
Northern Mariana Islands
Cyprus
China
Canada
Cameroon
Peru
New Caledonia
Czech Republic
Christmas Island
Costa Rica
Cape Verde
Paraguay
Norfolk Island
Germany
Georgia
Cuba
Djibouti
Suriname
Nauru
Denmark
Hong Kong
Curaçao
Algeria
Uruguay
Niue
Estonia
Indonesia
Dominica
Egypt
Venezuela
New Zealand
Spain
Israel
Dominican Republic
Western Sahara
French Polynesia
Finland
India
Grenada
Eritrea
Papua New Guinea
Faroe Islands
British Indian Ocean Territory
Greenland
Ethiopia
Pitcairn Islands
France
Iraq
Guadeloupe
Gabon
Palau
United Kingdom
Iran
Guatemala
Ghana
Solomon Islands
Guernsey
Jordan
Honduras
The Gambia
Tokelau
Gibraltar
Japan
Haiti
Guinea
Timor-Leste
Greece
Kyrgyzstan
Jamaica
Equatorial Guinea
Tonga
Croatia
Cambodia
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Guinea-Bissau
Tuvalu
Hungary
North Korea
Cayman Islands
Kenya
United States Minor Outlying Islands
Ireland
South Korea
Saint Lucia
Comoros
Vanuatu
Isle of Man
Kuwait
Collectivity of Saint Martin
Liberia
Wallis and Futuna
Iceland
Kazakhstan
Martinique
Lesotho
Samoa
Italy
Laos
Montserrat
Libya
Jersey
Lebanon
Mexico
Morocco
Liechtenstein
Sri Lanka
Nicaragua
Madagascar
Lithuania
Myanmar (Burma)
Panama
Mali
Luxembourg
Mongolia
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Mauritania
Latvia
Macau
Puerto Rico
Mauritius
Monaco
Maldives
El Salvador
Malawi
Moldova
Malaysia
Sint Maarten
Mozambique
Montenegro
Nepal
Turks and Caicos Islands
Namibia
Macedonia (FYROM)
Oman
Trinidad and Tobago
Niger
Malta
Philippines
United States
Nigeria
Netherlands
Pakistan
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Reunion
Norway
Palestine
British Virgin Islands
Rwanda
Poland
Qatar
U.S. Virgin Islands
Seychelles
Portugal
Saudi Arabia
Sudan
Romania
Singapore
Saint Helena
Serbia
Syria
Sierra Leone
Russia
Thailand
Senegal
Sweden
Tajikistan
Somalia
Slovenia
Turkmenistan
South Sudan
Svalbard and Jan Mayen
Turkey
São Tomé and Príncipe
Slovakia
Taiwan
Swaziland
San Marino
Uzbekistan
Chad
Ukraine
Vietnam
Togo
Vatican City
Yemen
Tunisia
Tanzania
Uganda
Mayotte
South Africa
Zambia
Zimbabwe