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Marvin Ultimate Lift and Slide

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  2. 2. Basics Marvin Ultimate Lift and Slide ULSD Stacked Configuration ULSS Pocket Configuration ULSP Wood or Clad2
  3. 3. Basics All doors are KD Panels are crated Units with panels larger than 35.3 ft^2 (5070 panels) will arrive on returnable racking Sill and header arrive in separate crate3
  4. 4. Lift and Slide Features Panels LVL Cores 2 ¾” thick Glazing bead Standard bead profile: Ogee Optional profile: Square SDL available Submit drawing for approval Limitations due to handling equipment4
  5. 5. Lift and Slide Features Contemporary and Traditional Panels Contemporary panels use 4” stiles / top rail 6” bottom rail Traditional panels use 6” stiles / top rail 8 1/8” bottom rail Remember, when ordering by CN Door styles carry the same CN but width dimensions will be different between panel styles due to interlock overlap5
  6. 6. Lift and Slide Features Glazing 1” IG Low E – default Standard glass options No ADL, GBG’s, or grilles6
  7. 7. Configurations Stacked Configuration All panels are contained within the frame At least one stationary panel (OXXX); however, bi- parting units will have two (OX-XO) Can be used in more traditional patio door applications Shop drawings or worksheets may be more familiar compared to pocket documents BMC or other casing options available7
  8. 8. Stacked - ULSS8
  9. 9. Stationary Panel Head and Foot Bolts Stationary Sill Track9
  10. 10. 2 panel stacked Wood Wrapped Aluminum Wood Wrapped Aluminum On Wood Unit
  11. 11. Configurations Pocket Configurations All panels operate At least one pocket (PXXX) however bi-parting units will have two (PXX-XXP) Significant differences regarding site preparation and installation Seamless transition between interiors and exteriors11
  12. 12. Pocket - ULSP12
  13. 13. Panels in Pocket Position
  14. 14. Basics Stacked Configuration Largest size: Frame OSM 47.1’ x 12.1’ Minimum size: Panel OSM 30” x 51” Pocket Configuration Largest size: System OSM 60.23’ x 12.1’ Ext Frame 47’ x 12.1’ Minimum size: Panel OSM 30” x 51”14
  15. 15. Basics Call Numbers and United Inch (UI) Pricing All Lift and Slide pricing is based on UI Promoted Sizing makes ordering easy Based on nominal panel sizes 3/0, 4/0, 5/0, and 6/0 widths 7/0, 8/0, and 10/0 heights Consistent across Stacked and Pocket configurations Up to four panels per operating direction Eight for bi-parting doors15
  16. 16. Promoted Sizes and Configurations Based On 3/0, 4/0, 5/0, 6/0 Panel Widths 7/0, 8/0, 10/0 HeightsStacked Configurations 2W 3W 4W 4W 6W 8W OX / XO XXO /OXX OXXX / XXXO OX-XO L or R OXX-XXO L or R OXXX-XXXO L 6070 9070 12070 12070 18070 24070 8070 12070 16070 16070 24070 32070 10070 15070 20070 20070 30070 40070 12070 18070 24070 24070 36070 48070 6080 9080 12080 12080 18080 24080 8080 12080 16080 16080 24080 32080 10080 15080 20080 20080 30080 40080 12080 18080 24080 24080 36080 48080 60100 90100 120100 120100 180100 240100 80100 120100 160100 160100 240100 320100 100100 150100 200100 200100 300100 400100 120100 180100 240100 240100 360100 480100 16
  17. 17. Promoted Sizes and Configurations Based On 3/0, 4/0, 5/0, 6/0 Panel Widths 7/0, 8/0, 10/0 HeightsPocket Configurations 1 Pocket 1 Pocket 2 Pockets 1 Pocket 2 Pockets 2 Pockets 2 Pockets 2 Panels 3 Panels 2 Panels 4 Panels 4 Panels 6 Panels 8 Panels (PXX / XXP) (PXXX / XXXP) (PX-XP) (PXXXX / XXXXP) (PXX-XXP) (PXXX-XXXP) (PXXXX-XXXXP) 6070 9070 6070 12070 12070 18070 24070 8070 12070 8070 16070 16070 24070 32070 10070 15070 10070 20070 20070 30070 40070 12070 18070 12070 24070 24070 36070 48070 6080 9080 6080 12080 12080 18080 24080 8080 12080 8080 16080 16080 24080 32080 10080 15080 10080 20080 20080 30080 40080 12080 18080 12080 24080 24080 36080 48080 60100 90100 60100 120100 120100 180100 240100 80100 120100 80100 160100 160100 240100 320100 100100 150100 100100 200100 200100 300100 400100 120100 180100 120100 240100 240100 360100 480100 17
  18. 18. Lift and Slide Features Frame All doors – KD Jamb depths vary dependent upon operating configuration Modular sill system adapts to jamb depth Jamb and Header - 1 7/16” thick18
  19. 19. Header Splice Headers on units over 144” will be splicedWood splice is offset from clad splice Clad Splice key Sills will be spliced when over 23.5 feet 19
  20. 20. Wood Species Oak and Cherry through Signature20
  21. 21. Sills Three sill options at initial release Sill track height for all sills 3/16” above finished floor height Sill are anodized aluminum Default finish: Bronze Anodized Optional finish: Mill Anodized Weatherstrip – Black or beige will default to complement sill finish – sweeps are black or gray to complement sill21
  22. 22. Standard Recessed Sill Default sill No drainage If water migrates over track or through interlocks, it has no way to exit – this sill does not offer a performance rating Importance of overhangs and proper flooring Set expectations22
  23. 23. Standard Recessed Sill Groove Slot Leveling Screws Anchor Screws23
  24. 24. Recessed Sill with Drainage Optional add to Standard Recessed Sill Weep design allows water which migrates to interior of track to weep to exterior Site prep requirements for plumbing Non-rated for performance24
  25. 25. Recessed Sill with Drainage Weep TroughFlexible Drain Tube 25
  26. 26. Weep with Flexible Drain Tube ReceptacleFlexible Drain Tube 26
  27. 27. Flush Mount Sill Best for interior applications Site prep is easiest of the three No change to floor level and structural load requirements Rout floor to allow track base to sit flush27
  28. 28. Flush Mount Sill28
  29. 29. Operating Hardware Exclusive Standard Interior Flush Mount Handle Exclusive Standard Exterior Finger Pull Optional Interior Finger Pull Multi-point engagement at primary panel29
  30. 30. Flush Mount Hardware Exclusive - Fits neatly into stile edge Allows hardware to blend into design No need for removable handle to drop on fragile flooring or to misplace Panels stack or pocket perfectly Three finishes – all PVD Bronze – Default SN – Optional Brass – Optional30
  31. 31. Flush Mount Handle Simple, intuitive operation Handle operates perpendicular to panel Up is locked Downward movement unlocks and lifts panel When moving into the locked position, detent feature gives positive feedback confirming lock31
  32. 32. Exclusive Hardware Design Allows Hardware to Blend Into Stile Edge Closed, Open, Lifted, Dropped, and Stacked or and Locked Pocketed Available Finishes: Bronze PVD Brass PVD SN PVD32
  33. 33. Finger Pulls Finishes complement the Flush Mount Handles Standard exterior finger pull Allows placement of fingers to move panels into position Insertion of finger pulls panels from pocket or stacked positions Optional Interior finger pull for primary panel Allows placement of fingers to move panels33
  34. 34. Interior Finger Pull Exterior Finger Pull34 (Optional) (Standard)
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  43. 43. Site Prep and Installation Handbook47
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  46. 46. Vert. X-SectionShowing Recessed TRO = Bottom of Slot to Drainage Sill ½” above header System OM = Bottom of sill to top of header Frame Size (FS) = Finished Floor Height to top of header 58
  47. 47. Sills and Site Prep59
  48. 48. Finished Floor Thickness and Sub-floor Slot Depth Recessed sills require an overall Slotdepth of 25/8”measured from the top ofthe finished floor. Sub-floor slot dept is Determined by subtracting finished flooring depth from 2 5/8” 60
  49. 49. Header and Panel Guide Header cannot deflect more than 1/8” across the span when fully loaded Head jamb functions as panel guide. Distance between sill and header must be maintained across entire span. Mostcall backs are due to header sag which interferes with panel operation 61

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