Frameless glass gives a workspace a simple, unifying elegance, and both pivot or swing door configurations will enable an installer to adapt the design to nearly any application.
Sliding doors for office fronts, small conference rooms, and other limited spaces deliver an elegant look with transparent sightlines. By using a sleek top track and a simple u-channel to support the bottom of the panel, an installer can keep the frame out of sight, allowing for a smooth transition between the office and the space outside. Additionally, an installer can mount the track overhead to the ceiling, recessed in the ceiling, to the outside of a wall, or directly to the surface of a fixed piece of glass.
Consider hidden rollers that operate on a compact track when opting for traditional sliding operation for a glass door in a frameless installation. That will offer the benefits of both versatility and durability and create a sophisticated, minimalist opening.
With interior automated doors, silent operation is almost always a requirement. Selecting closing mechanisms that control and regulate closing speed will help prevent the distraction of the sliding door slamming, or opening and closing too quickly.
As with sliding doors, pivoting doors in frameless installations must also adhere to many of the same project requirements. Manufacturers provide hardware such as patch fittings that blend with the metal track and powerful door closers that can be hidden in the floor or ceiling to ensure a clean look.