• Slide Works™ annodized bronze frame system
• Exterior color-matched aluminum trim
• Available in a 2-track, 3-track, or 4-track frame system
• MikronWood® door panels
• 7/8” O.A. LoĒ3-366 glass
• Truth Signature Series handle
• Truth 3-point locking system & stainless steel keeper
• Innovative roller system
• Machined composite wheels & precision bearings
• Frame styles
• 1-3/8” slide-in mounting fin
• 1” slide-in mounting fin
MI Windows and Doors has partnered with Slide Works, Inc. in developing a new thermally efficient, multi-slide door with structural rating of LC-25. Slide Works specializes in the design and fabrication of sliding door systems and is recognized for its patent pending innovative track system, which allows the Multi-Slide door panels to slide effortlessly along the frame. Interlocking frame components increase ease of operation, function, and installation to promote a complete and integrated frame system.
EnergyCore multi-slide door panels are made with MikronWood and feature tall bottom rails and wide styles with mortise and tenon joinery, offering true traditional style and time-tested craftsmanship. Mikron Wood is a solid-core material that combines the beauty of wood with the durability, weather-resistant and no-maintenance advantages of a composite. The solid-core material is rot-proof and impervious to insects, moisture, and humidity, making it ideal in all climate types.
The innovative rolling system made with dual-machined composite wheels and precision bearings perform in tandem with the innovative track to provide a smooth, quiet, and effortless rolling system.
The EnergyCore multi-slide patio door features LoĒ3-366 triple silver insulated glass. In warm weather, LoĒ3-366 glass reduces solar heat gain, minimizes interior glare, and lowers inside glass temperature, helping to reduce cooling costs. In cool weather, LoĒ3-366 glass provides outstanding thermal performance with warmer inside glass surfaces to help save energy and maintain comfort during cold winter months.
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