NanaWall announces most sill options for minimal sliding glass walls in the industry
Cero’s new sills address needs of commercial and residential construction markets
SAN FRANCISCO – NanaWall announces four sill options for its minimal framed large panel sliding glass wall system, cero®—Higher Weather Performance Sill, Flush Sill, Low Profile Saddle Sill and new Low Profile Saddle Hybrid Sill. Through these four sills, NanaWall not only offers the most options for minimal sliding glass walls in the industry, but also the shallowest in order to address the needs of both the American commercial and residential construction markets.
“At NanaWall, we are known for our superior engineering and attention to detail, and cero demonstrates this perfectly,” said NanaWall CEO Ebrahim Nana. “By offering four distinct sill types, we’re insuring infinite customization options for any project.”
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The Higher Weather Performance Sill features a stainless steel track that sits above the water table to prevent corrosion, and a specially engineered cascading water management system so water can be wept to the face of the panel or down below. The Flush Sill lies flush against surrounding floor, virtually disappearing and is designed for use in protected areas or interior applications.
The Low Profile Saddle Sill is the shallowest option, which is recessed at 7/16-inches (11 millimeters) and reduces sheeting rain from entering the interior. Lastly, the new Low Profile Saddle Hybrid Sill is a proprietary combination of the Low Profile Saddle Sill and Flush Sill, designed to work with varying interior and exterior finish floor heights.
Cero features the largest panes of glass available from NanaWall and is available in either double-glazed (compatible with all four sills) or triple-glazed options (Higher Weather Performance Sill only) depending on thermal performance needs. It offers pure architectural minimalism through its clean, uniform and ultra-thin lines for maximum light-filled spaces that connect the interior to the exterior. The panels open and close with ease (automated option available) and smoothly glide on concealed stainless steel tracks on encapsulated and self-lubricating rollers, flanked by double-sided brushes to remove debris from the track.
Cero is offered in 50 standard colors with over 200 colors available in powder coat and anodized finishes; custom-matched colors and simulated wood effects are also available.
For more information about cero’s sill options, please visit the blog post “All About Sills—CERO.”
About NanaWall Systems
For over 30 years, NanaWall Systems has pioneered the category of opening glass wall systems. The company has earned the trust of architects, builders, design professionals and homeowners as a custom solution for re-imagining how buildings, people and the elements interact. By combining precision engineering and outstanding design options throughout more than 25 unique award-winning systems, NanaWall Systems advances design possibilities beyond the conventional for almost any space. NanaWall Systems is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with 24 showroom and design studio locations across North America.
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