The large, wooden multi-slide door accentuates the natural touches in this home.

Series 2600 Aluminum-Clad Multi-Slide Wood Door

Western Window Systems’ Series 2600 Aluminum-Clad Multi-Slide Wood Door is the best of two worlds. Inside: the beauty and warmth of wood with durable panels that can be stained or painted to fit any style of project. Outside: low-maintenance, durable aluminum painted or anodized.
  • Expansive opening sizes
  • Choice of 3.62″ or 5″ interlocks
  • Bottom rails available in 3.62″, 5″, and 8″ dimensions
  • Multiple sill height options
  • Low-E glass, dual-paned
  • Premium hardware and roller options
  • Concealed locking system
  • Max panel height: 12′ (maximum 60 square feet)
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Design

The Series 2600 Aluminum-Clad Multi-Slide Wood Door delivers high-quality craftsmanship and complete design flexibility. Interlock stiles and bottom rails are available in different profiles and dimensions. Wood panels are built from strong laminated veneered lumber (LVL) cores that include a stain-grade, wood veneer on the interior. And configuration options such as stacking, pocketing, meeting, bi-parting, and open corner let you further customize your project.

Operation

Rolling hardware for the Series 2600 Aluminum-Clad Multi-Slide Wood Door includes two options: a standard size and the Monster Roller, capable of handling more than twice the weight of the largest panel. An interlocking track design provides structural integrity and makes it possible to span wide openings with almost any number of panels.

Panel Styles

Traditional

  • 1.75″ or 2.25″ thick
  • Beveled glazing leg
  • Interior wood stops
  • 1.125” and 0.875” simulated divided lite options
An image of a contemporary panel.

Contemporary

  • 1.75″ or 2.25” thick
  • Straight glazing leg
  • Square wood stop
  • 1.5″ and 0.875″ simulated divided lite options

Sill Options

Water Barrier Sill

  • 1.5″ interior leg
  • Weep-hole system
  • Available in black

Flush Sill

  • 75″ sill height
  • Weep holes in track
  • Available in black
  • Not warrantied against water penetration

Thinline Sill

  • Slim channel for panels to roll
  • Not warrantied against water penetration

Handles and Locking

Flush-Mounted Handle

  • Clean narrow design
  • Optional keyed cylinder
  • Brushed nickel or black finish

Concealed Locking System

The Series 2600 Aluminum-Clad Multi-Slide Wood Door includes a hidden, stainless-steel multi-point lock to secure its large sliding panels, providing additional strength and protection. A keyed cylinder option is available.

Finishes

Samples shown are representative only. For exact finish samples, find a dealer near you.

Woodgrain Finishes

Our LVL (laminated veneered lumber) cores include a stain-grade wood veneer on the interior that allows you to stain or paint your wood in whatever way you choose. The standard interior finish is stain-grade pine with an option for vertical grain fir.

In-Stock Aluminum Finishes

In-stock finishes for the Series 2600 Aluminum-Clad Multi-Slide Wood Door are Bronze Anodized and Satin Anodized aluminum. Each comes with a Class 1 coating thickness for increased smoothness and durability.

Designer Aluminum Finishes

Based on the homebuilding industry’s most popular paint choices, designer aluminum finishes include a high-quality paint finish that conforms to a minimum rating of AAMA-2605.

Custom Aluminum Finishes

Customized to match virtually any finish.

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Technical Resources

Screen

Screening solutions are available.

System Automation

Trusted third parties handle the design, purchase, and installation of all automation systems. Contact a dealer to find one near you.

Additional Information

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Built and tested to last.

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