Product Magazine features cero. Written by Nigel F. Maynard:

NanaWall Systems, the well-known manufacturer of folding and sliding doors, has developed a new high-end product line featuring large panels and narrow frames.

“We saw a need in the market for an extremely high-end sliding door product,” says Matt Thomas, marketing manager at the Corte Madera, Calif.-based company. “We wanted to bolster the market for extremely large panels with very thin profiles. Now consumers and builder have a choice.”

Cero by NanaWall is an all-aluminum sliding glass wall system. The line features ultra-thin minimal frames for maximum light, heigh-adjustable floor track, and multiple sill options. It has been tested to 40,000 opening and closing cycles.

Featuring stiles and rails measuring a consistent 1 5/16 inches, the full floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels have recessed top and bottom tracks. Each panel operates on twin rollers with encapsulated and self-lubricating ball bearings. Stainless steel wheels provide an equal distribution of panel weight and slide effortlessly on a stainless steel track. “To provide the sleek minimal look, the roller assemblies are concealed within the bottom panel profile,” the company says.

The system is available in single-, double-, and triple-track options, as well as in open- or fixed-corner setups. Panels are dry-glazed to provide air circulation and to allow any potential water to fully weep out of the panels. Double or triple glazing is also available, depending on the location and the energy codes, Thomas says.

Cero comes in 50 standard powder-coat colors, up to 200 color-matched options, and custom hues. It can create openings measuring up to 43 feet, depending on design. A motorized option is available.

“Because of the nature of the product, it requires a greater amount of details and design,” says Thomas.

NanaWall is introducing cero across the North American market.

 

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NanaWall Systems, the well-known manufacturer of folding and sliding doors, has developed a new high-end product line featuring large panels and narrow frames. - See more at: https://www.residentialproductsonline.com/nanawall-unveils-ultra-high-en...

NanaWall Systems, the well-known manufacturer of folding and sliding doors, has developed a new high-end product line featuring large panels and narrow frames.

“We saw a need in the market for an extremely high-end sliding door product,” says Matt Thomas, marketing manager at the Corte Madera, Calif.-based company. “We wanted to bolster the market for extremely large panels with very thin profiles. Now consumers and builder have a choice.”

Cero by NanaWall is an all-aluminum sliding glass wall system. The line features ultra-thin minimal frames for maximum light, heigh-adjustable floor track, and multiple sill options. It has been tested to 40,000 opening and closing cycles.

Featuring stiles and rails measuring a consistent 1 5/16 inches, the full floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels have recessed top and bottom tracks. Each panel operates on twin rollers with encapsulated and self-lubricating ball bearings. Stainless steel wheels provide an equal distribution of panel weight and slide effortlessly on a stainless steel track. “To provide the sleek minimal look, the roller assemblies are concealed within the bottom panel profile,” the company says.

The system is available in single-, double-, and triple-track options, as well as in open- or fixed-corner setups. Panels are dry-glazed to provide air circulation and to allow any potential water to fully weep out of the panels. Double or triple glazing is also available, depending on the location and the energy codes, Thomas says.

Cero comes in 50 standard powder-coat colors, up to 200 color-matched options, and custom hues. It can create openings measuring up to 43 feet, depending on design. A motorized option is available.

“Because of the nature of the product, it requires a greater amount of details and design,” says Thomas.

NanaWall is introducing cero across the North American market.

- See more at: https://www.residentialproductsonline.com/nanawall-unveils-ultra-high-en...

NanaWall Systems, the well-known manufacturer of folding and sliding doors, has developed a new high-end product line featuring large panels and narrow frames.

“We saw a need in the market for an extremely high-end sliding door product,” says Matt Thomas, marketing manager at the Corte Madera, Calif.-based company. “We wanted to bolster the market for extremely large panels with very thin profiles. Now consumers and builder have a choice.”

Cero by NanaWall is an all-aluminum sliding glass wall system. The line features ultra-thin minimal frames for maximum light, heigh-adjustable floor track, and multiple sill options. It has been tested to 40,000 opening and closing cycles.

Featuring stiles and rails measuring a consistent 1 5/16 inches, the full floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels have recessed top and bottom tracks. Each panel operates on twin rollers with encapsulated and self-lubricating ball bearings. Stainless steel wheels provide an equal distribution of panel weight and slide effortlessly on a stainless steel track. “To provide the sleek minimal look, the roller assemblies are concealed within the bottom panel profile,” the company says.

The system is available in single-, double-, and triple-track options, as well as in open- or fixed-corner setups. Panels are dry-glazed to provide air circulation and to allow any potential water to fully weep out of the panels. Double or triple glazing is also available, depending on the location and the energy codes, Thomas says.

Cero comes in 50 standard powder-coat colors, up to 200 color-matched options, and custom hues. It can create openings measuring up to 43 feet, depending on design. A motorized option is available.

“Because of the nature of the product, it requires a greater amount of details and design,” says Thomas.

NanaWall is introducing cero across the North American market.

- See more at: https://www.residentialproductsonline.com/nanawall-unveils-ultra-high-en...

NanaWall Systems, the well-known manufacturer of folding and sliding doors, has developed a new high-end product line featuring large panels and narrow frames.

“We saw a need in the market for an extremely high-end sliding door product,” says Matt Thomas, marketing manager at the Corte Madera, Calif.-based company. “We wanted to bolster the market for extremely large panels with very thin profiles. Now consumers and builder have a choice.”

Cero by NanaWall is an all-aluminum sliding glass wall system. The line features ultra-thin minimal frames for maximum light, heigh-adjustable floor track, and multiple sill options. It has been tested to 40,000 opening and closing cycles.

Featuring stiles and rails measuring a consistent 1 5/16 inches, the full floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels have recessed top and bottom tracks. Each panel operates on twin rollers with encapsulated and self-lubricating ball bearings. Stainless steel wheels provide an equal distribution of panel weight and slide effortlessly on a stainless steel track. “To provide the sleek minimal look, the roller assemblies are concealed within the bottom panel profile,” the company says.

The system is available in single-, double-, and triple-track options, as well as in open- or fixed-corner setups. Panels are dry-glazed to provide air circulation and to allow any potential water to fully weep out of the panels. Double or triple glazing is also available, depending on the location and the energy codes, Thomas says.

Cero comes in 50 standard powder-coat colors, up to 200 color-matched options, and custom hues. It can create openings measuring up to 43 feet, depending on design. A motorized option is available.

“Because of the nature of the product, it requires a greater amount of details and design,” says Thomas.

NanaWall is introducing cero across the North American market.

- See more at: https://www.residentialproductsonline.com/nanawall-unveils-ultra-high-en...

NanaWall Systems, the well-known manufacturer of folding and sliding doors, has developed a new high-end product line featuring large panels and narrow frames.

“We saw a need in the market for an extremely high-end sliding door product,” says Matt Thomas, marketing manager at the Corte Madera, Calif.-based company. “We wanted to bolster the market for extremely large panels with very thin profiles. Now consumers and builder have a choice.”

Cero by NanaWall is an all-aluminum sliding glass wall system. The line features ultra-thin minimal frames for maximum light, heigh-adjustable floor track, and multiple sill options. It has been tested to 40,000 opening and closing cycles.

Featuring stiles and rails measuring a consistent 1 5/16 inches, the full floor-to-ceiling sliding glass panels have recessed top and bottom tracks. Each panel operates on twin rollers with encapsulated and self-lubricating ball bearings. Stainless steel wheels provide an equal distribution of panel weight and slide effortlessly on a stainless steel track. “To provide the sleek minimal look, the roller assemblies are concealed within the bottom panel profile,” the company says.

The system is available in single-, double-, and triple-track options, as well as in open- or fixed-corner setups. Panels are dry-glazed to provide air circulation and to allow any potential water to fully weep out of the panels. Double or triple glazing is also available, depending on the location and the energy codes, Thomas says.

Cero comes in 50 standard powder-coat colors, up to 200 color-matched options, and custom hues. It can create openings measuring up to 43 feet, depending on design. A motorized option is available.

“Because of the nature of the product, it requires a greater amount of details and design,” says Thomas.

NanaWall is introducing cero across the North American market.

- See more at: https://www.residentialproductsonline.com/nanawall-unveils-ultra-high-en...

Comments

I have to admit, I really dig the idea of big, sliding doors that are made of glass. Just think about the possibilities!

I saw one NanaWall CERO system installed in a very high priced Spanish-colonial revival style home that had just undergone a complete gut-redo of the base residence, along with a 4500 square foot addition that was added in a fashion so totally seamless, thus making it impossible to detect where the original house ended and the newly built addition began The CERO wall systems were installed in two locations in the home and both were dazzling. No other word describes them. You almost have to see them to believe it's possible. The unit I saw had 9' high panels and the effect was nothing short of breathtaking. Normally I'm not a fan of modern design - preferring a warmer, more fabric-laden tradition look. But this door system may have me re-evaluating my former preferences. They are, IMHO, a true work of art and design boarding on genius! Can hardly wait to see the motorized versions in action! Oh, BTW iIf you're shocked by the cost - go see a CERO system. You'll quickly decide - as I did - that some things ARE truly worth the money and this is one of those rare birds.

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