Revised on 2019-09-16
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NOTE: Numbers listed in parentheses () are metric equivalents in millimeters rounded to the nearest whole number.
NOTE: If the door is over 23 1/2 feet, refer to Sill Splicing prior to frame assembly.
1. For a floor channel sill, the sill track must be installed into the floor prior to frame assembly. The floor channel sill length matches the frame OM width and should be centered within the rough opening. Fasten with 1 1/2" length concrete fastener or panhead screws (depending on substrate) every 24" (610). See Figure 1 and Figure 2.
2. Fasten the sill to the jamb. Ensure the screw is in the frame cladding screw boss.
3. Install the head jamb corner keys and assemble the corners. Ensure the metal leg on the jamb goes between the aluminum head track and shoot bolt channel. See Figure 4 and Figure 5.
4. Fasten the jamb to the head jamb. Do not over tighten clad miter joint. See Figure 6
5. Inject the cladding in both holes until squeeze out occurs. See Figure 7 and Figure 8.
6. For performance sills only, cut the tip on the silicone tube at the line and inject the sill corner keys until squeeze out occurs in both locations. See Figure 9 and Figure 10.
7. Inject the cladding screw boss until squeeze out occurs. If supplied, install jamb extension. See Figure 11.
8. For low profile sill, inject the sill corner keys until squeeze out occurs in both directions. See Figure 12 and Figure 13.
1. Lay out the sill sections in the correct order.
2. Fasten the sill splice bracket(s) into one side of the sill. See Figure 14.
3. Apply sealant along the highlighted section. See Figure 15.
4. Align the sill sections and slide the parts together. See Figure 16.
5. Fasten the spliced sill using self drilling screws. See Figure 17.
6. Apply sealant over all the screws and remove excess sealant from the sill. See Figure 18.
7. Insert weather strip 11/16" (17) from the corner key on each side. See Figure 19.
1. Lay out head jamb sections in correct order.
2. Remove the loose shoot bolt channel, and set aside for installation later. See Figure 20.
3. Loosely fasten the frame cladding splice key to one side of the cladding.See Figure 21.
4. Align the frame cladding with the wood jamb and slide the parts together.
5. With a wood block and hammer, tap the head track to insert the alignment pins. Ensure all joints are tight.See Figure 22.
6. Fasten the support block to the head jamb. See Figure 23. Pre-drill the head jamb track installation holes with a 1/4" bit using the holes in the head track as a guide.
7. Install the shoot bolt channel. See Figure 24.
8. Flip the head jamb over. Fasten the frame cladding splicing key. See Figure 25.
9. Pre-drill the head jamb with a 1/8" bit using the hole in the frame cladding as a guide. Do not drill through the face of the frame cladding.
See Figure 26.
10. Inject both holes until squeeze out occurs on opposite sides. See Figure 27.
11. Insert the weatherstrip 11/16" (17) from the end of the support block. See Figure 28.
NOTE: Before installation, ensure the Rough Opening has been prepped according to the site prep guide.
1. Frame Tolerance: the sill must be within +/- 1/16" (2) flat. The head jamb must be flat or within +1/16" of flat (not bowed down). When installed, the frame must be within +/- 3/16" (5) of square. See Figure 29.
2. Sill screws must be sealed prior to installing. Fasten sill through all pre-drilled holes. Use #8x 1 1/2" screws minimum. See Figure 30.
3. Fasten jambs through all pre-drilled holes, shims should be placed at all fastening locations. See Figure 31.
4. Fasten the head jamb track through all the pre-drilled holes. See Figure 32 and Figure 33
5. Remove the shipping screws and pre-drill 1/4" through all shipping holes. See Figure 34 and Figure 35.
6. Fasten the head jamb support block through all pre-drilled holes. See Figure 36.
7. Snap in the sill insert. See Figure 37, Figure 38, and Figure 39.
NOTE: For information on configuration and hinge placement, please refer to the diagram enclosed, similar to Figure 41.
1. Place any top roller hinges numbered 3-5 in the head track in the correct order using the configuration diagram as a guide for your configuration. See Figure 42.
Ensure the small cam doesn’t fall out during the next step.
2. Install the top portion of any hinges 1 and 2 in the correct end of head track by loosening the two outer bolts but not removing them. See Figure 43 and Figure 44.
3. Rotate the clamp and tighten the bolt furthest from the jamb. See Figure 45 and Figure 46.
4. Slightly tighten the bolt closest to the jamb.
5. Place the hinge in the middle of its adjustment range by rotating the center cam, then fully tighten the bolt closes to the jamb. See Figure 47.
6. Install the bottom portion of hinges 1 and 2 in the correct end of the sill ensuring the shim is installed below it. See Figure 48 and Figure 49.
NOTE: On low profile and floor channel sills, the screws will stick slightly proud of the bottom of the sill.
NOTE: Hinge must be adjusted out to allow screws to go in.
7. Place the hinge in the middle of its adjustment range by rotating the center cam, then fully tighten the bolts. See Figure 50.
1. Side to side adjustments can only be done on the wall pivot. Top Wall Pivot: Loosen the hex bolt nearest to the jamb with a 5/32" hex wrench. See Figure 51.
2. Turn the center adjustment cam with a 3/16" hex wrench to adjust the panel side to side. Tighten the bolt that was loosened. See Figure 52.
3. Bottom Wall Pivot: Loosen both 5/32" hex bolts slightly. See Figure 53.
4. Turn the center adjustment cam with a 3/16" hex wrench to adjust side to side. Tighten the hex bolts that were loosened earlier. See Figure 54
5. Up and down adjustment can only be done on the top hangers. Turn and hold the height adjustment lock at the base of the hinge with a 1/8" hex wrench. Use a 3/16" hex wrench in the end of the hinge to adjust the height. Turning clockwise will raise the panel while turning counter clockwise will lower the panel. See Figure 55.
1. Panels are lettered according to configuration. Refer to the diagram enclosed similar to Figure 56.
2. Locate any panels with the letter "M" on the end. Example (ELM). Install the magnetic catch base to the top and bottom panels prior to installing the panels. Position the magnet pads into the aluminum covers. Then fasten each to the base. See Figure 57 and Figure 58.
3. Locate the panels adjacent to any hinges numbered 1 and 2 then fasten. See Figure 59 and Figure 60.
4. Depending on the configuration, install the next panel(s) using the configuration diagram as a guide. For interior hinges 6 or 7, use two shorter screws on hinge leaf attached to the panel with the locking handle. See Figure 61.
5. Attach the intermediate and end hangers (hinges 3, r, and 5) if applicable to your configuration. See Figure 62 and Figure 63.
1. Open the panel to 90 degrees. Pre-drill the holes with the template provided with the handle kit. See Figure 64.
2. Line up the handle with the pre-drilled holes. Attach the handle with the screws provided. See Figure 65.
3. Open the hinge across to the second panel and pre-drill through the hinge. Ensure the panel gap is set using the provided template before drilling. Attach the handle with the screws provided. See Figure 66.
4. Slice the flexible portion of the weather strip above and below the installed handle. See Figure 67 and Figure 68.
1. Measure the gap between the panel and jamb. Choose the proper height support block. See Figure 69 and Figure 70.
2. Install the support blocks. See Figure 71.
3. Pull the weatherstrip back approximately 12" at the sill and head jamb. See Figure 72 and Figure 73.
4. Install the frame cover.See Figure 74.
NOTE: On locking jambs, install the frame cover with the pre-punched holes for the strike.
5. Install the head jamb part stop. See Figure 75.
NOTE: Install the stationary panels before installing jamb stops, refer to Stationary
6. Install wood jamb part stops ensuring longer side of weather strip is toward the sill. See Figure 76 and Figure 77.
7. Apply the corner gasket between the sill and wood part stop. Reapply the weather strip at the side jamb and sill. See Figure 78.
8. Install the panel alignment bolt(s) into pre-drilled holes on jambs where wall pivot hinge sets are located.See Figure 79.
9. If needed, install the strike plate using the pre-drilled holes. Ensure the support block does not interfere and there are shims behind the jamb. See Figure 80.
10. At all shoot bolt locations: open the panels slightly and measure 1 1/2" from the edge of the panel to the center of the strike location. Snap the plastic sill strikes into place and ensure the shoot bolt makes contact. See Figure 81.
If a screw is needed to hold the sill strike in place, use a #6 x 1/4" stainless steel flat head screw.
11. For performance sills only: peel the tape backing off the interior sill liner and rotate the liner onto the sill as shown in Figure 82 and Figure 83.
12. Apply the adhesive backed hinge weather strip on any hinges next to a jamb. See Figure 84.
13. Apply the panel edge gasket. See Figure 85.
14. Install the bulb weatherstrip into the kerf on the rail cap at the bottom of the panels. This weatherstrip is taped to the panel from the factory. Make sure you orient the weatherstrip so that the bulb is angled to the exterior. See Figure 86.
1. Ensure the frame covers are installed from step 4 on page 21 from Final Component
2. From the exterior side, tip the panel into place by placing the two sill bolts into the interior track of the sill. See Figure 87.
3. Flush the interior side of the jamb brackets with the interior side of the frame covers. Pre-drill with a 3/16" drill bit through the jamb only, then fasten the panel to the frame with a #8 x 3 1/2" screw. See Figure 88.
The following details are specified for proper installation and for the unit to meet the advertised design pressure (DP) rating.
Be aware that the use of sill pans and other barriers will decrease the rough opening height clearance. Adjust opening dimensions accordingly.