A partially open multi-slide door connects a covered patio to the living room.

Series 7600 Aluminum Multi-Slide Door

Embodying nearly 60 years of advancements in multi-slide door design, the Series 7600 is packed with innovations that address energy and structural requirements. Of course, the design elements that have made it a favorite with architects and builders — thin profiles and large, unobstructed rolling glass panels that stack or slide into pockets — are still unmistakable. A .30 U-value for standard, low-E, argon-filled dual-pane glass makes the Series 7600 able to deliver energy efficiency in a variety of weather conditions. And thanks to a design pressure (DP) rating of 50, with the 2.6″ water barrier sill, the Series 7600 is one of the strongest multi-slide doors on the market.

  • Clean design with 2.5″ sightlines, wide panels, and expanded glass
  • AAMA- and NFRC-tested and certified
  • Premium hardware and roller options
  • Low-E, dual-paned, argon-filled glass from Cardinal IG
  • A .39 U-factor for energy efficiency, may vary based on configuration and glass options

Sizes and Configurations

Configuration options available:

  • 3- and 4-panel (stacking)
  • 2- and 3- panel (pocketing)
  • 90-degree (stacking and pocketing)
  • Bi-parting (stacking)

Stacking Three-Panel Configurations

Standard Height:

107.50″ (9080)
143.50″ (12080)
179.50″ (15080)

Stacking Four-Panel Configurations

Standard Height:

145.662″ (12080)
189.892″ (16080)
237.892″ (20080)

Pocketing Two-Panel Configurations

Standard Height:

104.624″ (9080)
140.624″ (12080)
176.624″ (15080)

Pocketing Three-Panel Configurations

Standard Height:

139.017″ (12080)
187.017″ (16080)
235.017″ (20080)

Installation Methods

The methods for installing our multi-slide door are designed to meet the needs of our Volume Program partners and may vary by market. The most common approach for installation consists of a deep stud wall that usually includes a 2×6 stud framing member with either a 2×4 or 2×6 framing member furred on the interior. On this larger wall profile, builders can center our track and allow the drywall and stucco to be wrapped to the door frame. An optional stucco return kit is available in either a 1″ or 1 ⅜” for builders that prefer this installation.

Sill Options

Water Barrier & High-Performance Water Barrier Sills

Our water barrier sills are available in 1.5”, 2.0″, and 2.6″, and different pressure ratings. A weep-hole system helps to safeguard against water intrusion.

Flush Sill

With an interior and exterior sill height of just 0.75″, the flush sill lines up with most interior flooring for a smooth transition to the outside. Weep holes in the track allow water to drain away from the door while the legs of each sliding panel discourage dust and debris.

Note: The flush sill may be less effective at preventing water penetration than the water barrier sill and therefore may not be appropriate in all climates, conditions, and exposures.

Handles and Locking

Flush-Mounted Handle

The flush-mounted handle’s clean design allows panels to easily slide past each other or into a pocket. To unlock from the exterior, consider the optional keyed cylinder. Finish choices of brushed nickel or black.

Premium Handle

The optional premium handle features a one-piece design and comfortable grip. An optional keyed lock allows the door to be unlocked from the exterior. Finish choices of brushed nickel or black. Not available on pocketing or 90-degree multi-slide door systems.

Finish Options

Warmtone and White are a polyester hybrid painted finish, meaning the finishing process for the organic coatings conforms to a minimum rating of AAMA-2604. Bronze Anodized and Satin Anodized finishes have a Class 1 rating, the highest and most durable rating for anodized aluminum products.

Screen Options

Exclusively designed for our three- and four-panel multi-slide doors, the retractable screen collapses easily and stacks to the side of the door when not in use. Providing optimal ventilation and flexibility, it expands to the full width of the opening using tensioning cords and precision bearings that provide stability, keep operating force low, and extend product life. Available on door sizes up to 16 feet wide. Screens are mounted on the interior of the door.


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