1.01     SUMMARY

A.         Section includes furnishing and installing a floor track supported, minimal aluminum-framed, glass door panel / wall system that includes:

1.         Minimal profile aluminum panel framing

2.         Integrated aluminum head guide rail tracks

3.         Integrated aluminum running floor rail tracks with stainless steel slide rail runners

4.         Manual sliding hardware

a.         Stainless steel carrier rollers and ball bearings

b.         Full height aluminum handle

c.         2-point locking hardware with flat handle

d.         Gasket seals and brushes

NOTE:  Switched or remotely activated "Electrical Drive Assembly" operation is available by others as an option.

5.         [ Electrical drive assembly ]

6.         Glass and glazing

7.         Accessories as required for a complete working installation.

B.         Related Documents and Sections: Contractor to examine Contract Documents for requirements that directly affect or are affected by Work of this Section.  A list of those Documents and Sections include, but is not limited to, the following:

1.         Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 General Requirements, Specification Sections, apply to this Section.

2.         Section 03 30 00, Cast-In-Place Concrete: Inset floor track

3.         Section 06 10 00, Rough Carpentry: Wood framing R.O. and blocking.

4.         Section 07 90 00, Joint Protection

5.         Section 09 22 16, Non-Structural Metal Framing: Metal framing R.O. and reinforcement.


A.         Reference Standards in accordance with Division 01 and current editions from the following:

1.         AAMA. American Architectural Manufacturers Association;

a.         AAMA 503, Voluntary Specification for Field Testing of Newly Installed Storefronts, Curtain Walls, and Sloped Glazing Systems

b.         AAMA 611, Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum

c.         AAMA 2604, Voluntary Specifications, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for High Performance Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels

d.         AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440, NAFS, North American Fenestration Standard - Specification for Windows, Doors and Skylights (Pending)

2.         ANSI. American National Standards Institute;

a.         ANSI Z97.1, Safety Performance Specifications and Methods of Test for Safety Glazing Material Used In Buildings

3.         ASTM. ASTM International;

a.         ASTM C1036, Standard Specification for Flat Glass

b.         ASTM C1048, Standard Specification for Heat-Strengthened and Fully Tempered Flat Glass

c.         ASTM E283, Test Method for Rate of Air Leakage through Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors by Uniform Static Air Pressure Difference.

4.         BS. "British Standards;; and EN. "European Standards";

a.         BS EN 1027, Windows and doors. Watertightness. Test method

b.         BS EN 12208, Windows and doors. Watertightness. Classification

c.         BS EN 12211, Windows and doors. Resistance to wind load. Test method

5.         Construction Products Directive (CPD), a legal mandate of the European Commission;

a.         CE Mark;

6.         CPSC. Consumer Product Safety Commission;

a.         CPSC 16CFR-1201, Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Materials.

7.         DIN. "Deutsches Institut für Normung" (German Institute for Standardization);     ; EN. "European Standards";; and ISO. "International Organization for Standardization";

a.         DIN EN 1191, Windows and doors - Resistance to repeated opening and closing - Test method; German version EN 1191:2000

b.         DIN EN 1627, Pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters - Burglar resistance - Requirements and classification

c.         DIN EN 1628, Pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters - Burglar resistance - Test method for the determination of resistance under static loading

d.         DIN EN 1629, Pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters - Burglar resistance - Test method for the determination of resistance under dynamic loading

e.         DIN EN 1630, Pedestrian doorsets, windows, curtain walling, grilles and shutters - Burglar resistance - Test method for the determination of resistance to manual burglary attempts

f.          DIN EN 12207, Windows and doors - Air permeability - Classification

g.         DIN EN 12210, Windows and doors - Resistance to wind load - Classification

h.         DIN EN ISO 12400, Windows and pedestrian doors - Mechanical durability - Requirements and classification

i.          DIN 18040-1, Construction of accessible buildings - Design principles - Part 1: Publicly accessible buildings

8.         Energy Star, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Program;

9.         NFRC. National Fenestration Rating Council;

a.         NFRC 100, Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product U-factors

b.         NFRC 200, Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product Solar Heat Gain Coefficient and Visible Transmittance at Normal Incidence

c.         NFRC 400, Procedure for Determining Fenestration Product Air Leakage


A.         Coordination:

1.         Coordinate inset bottom track with structural drawings. See Section 03 30 00.

2.         Coordinate Sliding Glass Wall system and framing R.O.

B.         Preinstallation Meetings: See Section 01 30 00.


A.         For Contractor submittal procedures see Section 01 30 00.

B.         Product Data: Submit manufacturer’s printed product literature for each Sliding Glass Wall system to be incorporated into the Work.  Show performance test results and details of construction relative to materials, dimensions of individual components, profiles and colors.

C.         Shop Drawings: Indicate Sliding Glass Wall system component sizes, dimensions and framing R.O., configuration, sliding panels, stacking layout, typical head jamb, side jambs and sill details, type of glazing material, and field measurements.

D.         Certificates: Submit CE Mark certificate.

E.         Manufacturers' Instructions: Submit manufacturer's installation instructions.

F.         Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit Owner’s Manual from manufacturer. Identify with project name, location and completion date, and type and size of unit installed.

NOTE: Delete the following Article if LEED is not applicable; edit to meet project LEED requirements.

G.         Sustainable Design Submittals (USGBC LEED®): Refer to Section 01 81 15, LEED Design Requirements.

1.         LEED 2009 (v3) Credits. Complete online LEED forms and submit other required materials as follows:

a.         Materials and Resources (MR) Credits:

1).        MR Credit 1.1 (MRc1.1): Building Reuse - Maintain Existing Exterior Walls, Floors and Roof

2).        MR Credit 1.2 (MRc1.2): Building Reuse - Maintain Existing Interior Nonstructural Elements

3).        MR Credit 2 (MRc2): Construction Waste Management

NOTE: MR Credit 3 below can apply to reusing salvaged Sliding Glass Walls.

4).        MR Credit 3: Materials Reuse - 5% (MRc3.1) or 10% (MRc3.2)

b.         Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ) Credits:

1).        IEQ Credit 2 (IEQc2): Increased Ventilation - Case 2 - Naturally Ventilated Spaces

2).        IEQ Credit 8.1 (IEQc8.1): Daylight & Views - Daylight 75% of Spaces

3).        IEQ Credit 8.2 (IEQc8.2): Daylight & Views - Views for 90% of Spaces

2.         LEED v4 for Interior Design and Construction (ID&C) Credits. Complete online LEED forms and submit other required materials as follows:

a.         Materials and Resources (MR) Credits:

NOTE: MR Credit 1 below can apply to reusing salvaged Sliding Glass Walls.

1).        MR Credit 1 (MRc1): Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction; Option 3 - Building and Material Reuse

b.         Indoor Environmental Quality (EQ) Credits:

1).        EQ Credit 7 (EQc7): Daylight

2).        EQ Credit 8 (EQc8): Quality Views

H.         LEED Closeout Documentation:

NOTE: Edit below to meet project LEED requirements.

1.         LEED 2009 (v3). Submit completed LEEDTM submittal Worksheet Templates for the following credits:

a.         MRc1.1, MRc1.2, MRc2, MRc3, IEQc2, IEQc8.1, IEQc8.2

2.         LEED v4 (ID&C). Submit information and documentation to complete LEEDTM Worksheet Templates for the following credits:

a.         MRc1, EQc7, EQc8


A.         Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturer capable of providing complete, precision built, engineered, pre-fitted units with a minimum thirty (30) years’ experience in the manufacture of folding-sliding door systems for large opening glass walls for the North American market.

1.         Manufacturer to have ISO 9001: 2008 quality management system registration.

2.         Manufacturer to have ISO 14001: 2005 environmental management system registration.

B.         Installer Qualifications: Installer experienced in the installation of manufacturer’s products or other similar products for large openings.  Installer to provide reference list of at least three (3) projects of similar scale and complexity successfully completed in the last three (3) years.

1.         Installer to be trained and certified by manufacturer.

C.         Single Source Responsibility: Furnish Sliding Glass Wall system materials from one manufacturer for entire Project.


A.         Comply with manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations, Section 01 60 00 requirements, and as follows:

1.         Deliver materials to job site in sealed, unopened cartons or crates.

a.         Upon receipt, inspect the shipment to ensure it is complete, in good condition and meets project requirements.

2.         Store material under cover in a clean and dry location, protecting units against weather and defacement or damage from construction activities, especially to the edges of panels.


A.         Field Measurements: Contractor to field verify dimensions of rough openings (R.O.)  Mark field measurements on shop drawing submittal.

1.08     WARRANTY

A.         Manufacturer Warranty: Provide All Glass Sliding Glass Wall system manufacturer’s standard limited warranty as per manufacturer’s published warranty document in force at time of purchase, subject to change, against defects in materials and workmanship, and only when installed by manufacturer's certified trained installer.

1.         Warranty Period beginning with the earliest of 120 days from Date of Delivery or Date of Substantial Completion: 

a.         Rollers: Ten (10) years

b.         Glass Seal Failure: Five (5) years

c.         All Other Components Except Screens: Ten (10) years

1).        Exception: Five (5) years if NOT installed by manufacturer's certified trained installer.




A.         Basis-of-Design Product by Manufacturer: cero by NanaWall by NANA WALL SYSTEMS, INC. (


            100 Meadow Creek Drive, Corte Madera, CA 94925

            Toll Free (800) 873-5673

            Telephone: (415) 383-3148

            Fax: (415) 383-0312


1.         Substitution Procedures:  See Section 01 20 00; Submit completed and signed:

a.         Document 00 43 25, Substitution Request Form (During Procurement), or

b.         Document 00 63 25, Substitution Request Form (During Construction).


A.         Performance Criteria (Lab Tested):                

1.         Air Permeability (EN 12207 / EN 12211):        Class 4

2.         Barrier-Free Accessibility (DIN 18040):           Pass

3.         Driving Rain / Water Impermeability (EN 12208 / EN 1027):  12 psf (600 Pa)

4.         Durability (DIN EN 1191):        2

5.         System - Life Cycle Performance (DIN EN 1191/12400):       

a.         cero Triple-Glazed:      40,000 cycles

6.         Wind Load Resistance, Unreinforced (EN 12210 / EN 1627):

a.         cero Double-Glazed:    Class 4

b.         cero Triple-Glazed:      Class 3

7.         Burglary Protection (EN 1628, 1629, 1630 / EN 1627):         

a.         cero Double-Glazed:    Class RC2 (WK2)

b.         cero Triple-Glazed:      Class RC2 (WK2) and Class RC3 (WK3)

8.         Thermal Performance (U-factor):        NFRC 100 pending

9.         Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) + Visible Light Transmission (VT):         NFRC 200 pending

10.       Air Leakage:    NFRC 400 equivalent

11.       EPA Energy Star:         Meets requirements

NOTE:  Energy Star values for DOORS with > 50% glass can be achieved through the use of specific glass units meeting the following requirements:

                        Northern & North-Central Region:       < 0.30 U-factor            0.40 SHGC

                        South-Central & Southern Region:      < 0.30 U-factor            0.25 SHGC


            Energy Star values for WINDOWS can be achieved through the use of specific glass units meeting the following requirements (U-factor in accordance with NFRC 100 and SHGC in accordance with NFRC 200):

                        Northern Region (as of 1/1/2016):      < 0.27 U-factor            Any SHGC

                        Northern Region*:        < 0.28 U-factor            > 0.32 SHGC

                        Northern Region*:        < 0.29 U-factor            > 0.37 SHGC

                        Northern Region*:        < 0.30 U-factor            > 0.42 SHGC

                        North-Central Region: < 0.30 U-factor            0.40 SHGC

                        South-Central Region: < 0.30 U-factor            0.25 SHGC

                        Southern Region:         < 0.40 U-factor            0.25 SHGC

            *           For Windows with NFRC certified U-factor and SHGC ratings that meet or exceed the listed equivalent energy performance criteria as of 1/1/2016.


            Energy Star Air Leakage Rating Requirements (ASTM E283 in accordance with NFRC 400 or AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-11):

                        Window, Sliding Door, or Skylight:     ≤ 0.3 cfm/ft2 (1.54 L/s/m2)

B.         LEED Characteristics:

1.         LEED 2009 (v3)

a.         MRc1.1: NanaWall exterior glass wall systems, not demolished in a renovation project, are reused in the same location.

b.         MRc1.2: NanaWall interior glass wall systems, not demolished in a renovation project, are reused in the same location.

c.         MRc2:  NanaWall cardboard shipping crates are made of 60% recycled material and are 100% recyclable.

d.         MRc3:  NanaWall's components easily disassemble and reassemble to "Use as salvaged... or reused materials."

e.         IEQc2:  NanaWall systems provide natural ventilation in the open position, assisting in the 90% required natural ventilation of occupied spaces of ASHRAE 62.1.

NOTE:  98% of the cero system allows daylight through glass with only 2% opaque metal frame.

f.          EQc8.1: NanaWall glass wall assembly borrowed light brings daylight deeper into the floor plate.

g.         EQc8.2: NanaWall glass wall assemblies provide direct outdoor lines of sight.

2.         LEED v4 for Interior Design and Construction  (ID&C)

a.         MRc1:  NanaWall can be easily disassembled for salvage and reuse.

NOTE:  98% of the cero system allows daylight through glass with only 2% opaque metal frame.

b.         EQc7:   NanaWall glass wall assembly borrowed light brings daylight deeper into the floor plate.

c.         EQc8:   NanaWall glass wall assemblies provide direct outdoor lines of sight.

C.         Design Criteria:

1.         Sizes and Configurations: As indicated by the drawings for selected number and size of panels, and location of tracks.

2.         Unit Operation: Sliding hardware with recessed head, floor and jamb tracks; manual operation.

3.         Panel Configuration:  

a.         [ Straight ]

b.         [ 90º angle corner ]

c.         [ Fixed all-glass 90º angle corner ]

4.         Stack Storage Configuration: Side stack in track as indicated.        

5.         Mounting Type:           Floor track supported.

6.         Sill Type:         Recessed floor track.

NOTE: Panel widths up to 7' - 4-1/2" (2250 mm) and Heights up to 13' - 1" (4000 mm). Contact NanaWall for possible larger sizes.

1.         Maximum Panel Height:          13' - 1" (4000 mm)

2.         Maximum Panel Width:           7' - 4-1/2" (2250 mm)

NOTE: Retain 1300 lb. (600 kg) for cero Double-Glazed or 2200 lb. (1 000 kg) for cero Triple-Glazed in subparagraph below.

3.         Maximum Panel Weight:         [ 1300 lb. (600 kg) ] [ 2200 lb. (1 000 kg) ]

4.         Glass and Glazing:     

NOTE:  Select a thickness between 1-3/16 and 1-7/16 inch (30 and 36 mm) for cero Double-Glazed Units or between 1-7/8 and 2-1/8 inch (48 and 54 mm) for cero Triple-Glazed Units.

a.         Insulated Glass Unit Thickness:          < insert IGU thickness >

NOTE:  Various IGU thicknesses are available with the ranges of thicknesses for each IGU type accommodated within each cero frame type. 

            Edit thicknesses to meet project requirements.

            Contact NanaWall for availability of the different commercial glass and glazing types. 

b.         Glass Lite Thicknesses in IGU:

1).        [ 1/4 inch (6 mm) ]

2).        [ 5/16 inch (8 mm) ]

3).        [ 3/8 inch (10 mm) ]

c.         Glass Treatment Type:

NOTE:  Contact NanaWall for availability of many other commercial glass and glazing types.

1).        [ Tempered ]

2).        [ Laminated ]

2.03     MATERIALS

A.         Sliding Glass Wall Description: Sliding and fixed, large-area glass panels in an extruded thermally broken aluminum frame. Panels slide on multiple stainless steel carrier rollers with double-row deep groove ball-bearings and rolls on single or tandem stainless steel slide rail runners in a fully recessed thermally broken floor track.  Flat 2-point locking handle, gasket seals and brushes, a hidden integrated drainage duct system, and glazing rebate ventilation for controlled back-ventilation of the panel edge.  Frame is thermally isolated with glass-fiber reinforced polyamide cross-pieces and has a minimal 1-5/16 inch (34 mm) exposure that matches vertical stiles.

1.         Linear panel system load transfer to structure at floor.

2.         Panel Size: <insert dimension> x <insert dimension> inches (<insert dimension> mm x <insert dimension> mm)

NOTE: Retain 2-1/16 inch (52 mm) for cero Double-Glazed or 2-13/16 inch (72 mm) for cero Triple-Glazed in subparagraph below.

3.         Top & Bottom Rail Depth:        [ 2-1/16 inch (52 mm) ] [ 2-13/16 inch (72 mm) ]

4.         Top & Bottom Rail Exposed Face Width:         1-5/16 (34 mm)

NOTE: For installations requiring increased drainage due to exposure, a matching French drain by others is available.

5.         Adjustable Floor Track:

a.         System to be capable of 1/8 inch (3 mm) plus adjustments without removing panels from tracks. 

b.         Systems without adjustment capability not acceptable.

c.         Factory installed French Drain, hidden integrated drainage duct system with drainage [ down ] [ out to the exterior face ]. 

d.         [ 1-3/16 inch (30 mm) Purenit extension profile with adjustable base ].

NOTE:  Retain optional "ADA floor track inserts" below to meet ADA requirements.

e.         ADA floor track inserts.

NOTE: Retain 2-13/16 inch (72 mm) for cero Double-Glazed or 3-1/8 inch (79 mm) for cero Triple-Glazed in subparagraph below. cero narrow stiles and rails have a symmetrical picture frame effect.

6.         [ Fully Recessed ] [ Semi-recessed ] Surround Frame Depth: 1-runner [ 2-13/16 inch (72 mm) ] [ 3-1/8 inch (79 mm) ]

NOTE:  Surrounding frame can be fully-recessed (0-79 mm), semi-recessed, or fully exposed as desired.

7.         Aluminum Extrusions:             AIMgSi0.5 alloy, 6063-T5 (F-22 - European standard)

a.         Thickness:       0.059 to 0.157 inch (1.5 mm to 4 mm)

NOTE: Retain 3/4 inch (20 mm) for cero Double-Glazed or 15/16 inch (24 mm) for cero Triple-Glazed in "Thermal Break" subparagraph below.

b.         Thermal Break:            [3/4 inch (20 mm)] [15/16 inch (24 mm)] wide glass fiber reinforced polyamide cross pieces aligned in the same plane through the frame and panels.  Offset thermal breaks not acceptable.

8.         Exposed Aluminum Frame and Track Finish: 

NOTE: Select finish type below, edit to requirements and delete items not used.

a.         Finish - Anodized (AAMA 611):          

1).        [ Clear ]

2).        [ Dark bronze ]

3).        [ Metallic as chosen from manufacturer's eloxal tone DB finish chart. ]

b.         Finish - Powder Coat (AAMA 2604):  

1).        Color as chosen from manufacturer's powder coating finish chart from

a).        [ manufacturer's standard selection of 50 colors - matte. ]

b).        [ manufacturer's full RAL selection. ]

i.          [ High Gloss ]

ii.         [ Matte ]

c).        [ custom finish. ]

B.         Glass:

1.         Safety Glazing: In compliance with ASTM C1036 or ASTM C1048, and ANSI Z97.1 and CPSC 16CFR 1201.

NOTE: Unlike wet glazing, NanaWall's standard dry glazing method helps reduce instances of seal failure.

2.         Manufacturer’s [ tempered ] [ and ] [ laminated ] glass lites in [ double ] [ triple ] insulated glazing units, dry glazed with glass stops on the inside.

a.         Glazing rebate ventilation for controlled back ventilation of the panel edge.

NOTE: Select and edit glass type(s) to meet building code, wind-load design, acoustic, bullet resistant and/or security, and other project requirements with other glass available from manufacturer.

            Contact NanaWall for availability of other commercial glass types.

            cero panel design has the extremely high flexural strength of 17,405 psi (120 N/mm²).

            Large panel installation depth permits the use of anti-fall glazing when required.

b.         Glass Lite Type:           < insert glass type >

1).        [ Low iron ]

2).        [ Solar bronze ]

3).        [ Solar gray ]

4).        [ Ornilux bird safe ]

NOTE: "Alarmed Glazing" by others Subparagraph below is an option. 

3.         Alarmed Glazing: Connection wiring to alarm system, position monitoring, locking detection and notification systems such as glass-breakage sensors by others.

NOTE: Retain "single" option below with cero Double-Glazed or "tandem" with cero Triple-Glazed.

C.         Sliding Hardware: Stainless steel carriers on double-row deep groove ball-bearings rolling on [ single ] [ tandem ] stainless steel slide rail runners in a fully recessed thermally broken floor track. 

1.         Minimum two (2) carrier rollers attached to each sliding panel. Stainless steel roller with 'gothic arch design' concealed in the sliding panel aluminum frame profile. Integrated brushes on both ends and in front of panel lower rail to ensure clean, smooth wheel/roller operation.

a.         Roller ball bearings of encapsulated self-lubricating steel balls.

b.         Replaceable rollers (without removing the panels.)

c.         Rollers located in the sill profile are not acceptable.

d.         Gothic arch wheel bearing design with 2-point contact to stainless steel bottom track.

e.         Rollers run above floor plane and can operate smoothly over 3/8 inch (9 mm) of debris obstructions.

NOTE:  Switched or remotely activated "Electrical Drive Assembly" operation is available by others as an option.

f.          [ Electrical drive assembly ].

NOTE: Retain "cero Double-Glazed IGU Carrying Capacity" or "cero Triple-Glazed IGU Carrying Capacity" below.

2.         Maximum Double IGU Carrying Capacity on Single Carrier rails per Panel: 1,300 lbs. (600 kg).

3.         Maximum Triple IGU Carrying Capacity on Tandem Carrier Rails per Panel: 2,200 lbs. (1 000 kg).

D.         Locking Systems: Concealed two-point locking mechanism as standard, with 1 inch (25 mm) locking spigots above and below in adjustable closing parts.

NOTE: Retain one of two "Flat 2-Point Locking Handle" subparagraphs below.

1.         Flat 2-Point Locking Handle - Minimalistic: Brushed satin stainless steel.

2.         Flat 2-Point Locking Handle - Contemporary: [ Brushed satin stainless steel ] [ Black titanium stainless steel ].

3.         1 inch (25 mm) locking latch in locking point/frame profile.

a.         Locking points adjustable by +/– 3/16 inch (+/- 5 mm).

b.         Pin locks not acceptable.

NOTE: Retain Class RC2 for cero Double-Glazed and Class RC2 or RC3 available for cero Triple-Glazed below.

c.         Forced Entry: [ Standard ] [ Class RC2 ] [ Class RC3 ].

E.         Other Components:

1.         Vertical Panel Interlock:

NOTE: Retain first subparagraph below for cero Triple-Glazed.

a.         Interlock Depth: Determined by structural requirements.

b.         Provide quadruple polyethylene-reinforced Q-Lon seals for vertical panel interlock with no metal-to-metal contact.

c.         Maximum Panel Deflection at Interlock: 1/4 inch (7 mm).

2.         Edge Seals: Provide gasket seals all around the frame, inside and outside, and reinforced brushes, both sides and to the front.


A.         Extruded aluminum frame and rail profiles, sliding hardware, locking hardware and handles, and glass to construct sliding glass wall assembly.

1.         Flush barrier-free joints.

2.         Each unit factory pre-assembled and shipped KD with all components and installation instructions.

3.         Exposed work to be carefully matched to produce continuity of line and design with all joints.

4.         No raw edges visible at joints.


A.         Provide sidelights and corner posts, as indicated.

NOTE: Screen ONE is ‘non-pleated’ while Screen Classic is ‘pleated.’                                             Select ‘ONE’ or 'Classic,' deleting option not chosen.

B.         Insect Screen Panels: Fully retractable non-pleated screen made of ultra-strong, UV resistant fiberglass mesh housed in a single cartridge riding on a single track.

1.         Basis of Design Product by Manufacturer: Screen ONE or an Architect acceptable equivalent subject to project requirements.

2.         Finish - Aluminum Top Track, Side Jambs and Vertical Struts:

a.         White powder coated

b.         [ Clear anodized ]

c.         [ Black powder coated ]

a.         [ Classic bronze powder coated ]

NOTE: Above options are standard.  Check with NanaWall regarding other available finishes, which may require an upcharge.      

C.         Insect Screen Panels: A series of top-hung collapsible pleated UV resistant fiberglass mesh screen panels riding on a single narrow ADA compliant 1/4 inch (7 mm) floor track. Each 4 inch (10 cm) wide vertical cassette can expand to 3’-3” (1 m) wide.

1.         Basis of Design Product by Manufacturer: Screen Classic or an Architect acceptable equivalent subject to project requirements.

2.         Finish - Aluminum Top Track, Side Jambs and Vertical Struts:

a.         White powder coated

b.         [ Clear anodized ]

c.         [ Dark bronze anodized ]

NOTE: Above options are standard.  Check with NanaWall regarding powder coated and other available finishes, which may require an upcharge.      

d.         [ Powder coated with color as selected by architect. ]

3.         Screen Track Stacking: [ Within opening ] [ Extended beyond opening ]



A.         Examination and Acceptance of Conditions per Section 01 70 00 and as follows:

1.         Carefully examine rough openings with Installer present, for compliance with requirements affecting Work performance.

a.         Verify that field measurements, substrates, tolerances, levelness, plumbness, cleanliness and other conditions are as required by the manufacturer, and ready to receive Work.

b.         Verify block-out dimensions and structural support for flush recessed surrounding frame.

c.         Verify the structural integrity of the header for deflection with live and dead loads limited to the lesser of L/720 of the span or 1/4 inch (6 mm). Provide structural support for lateral loads, and both wind load and eccentric load when the panels are stacked open.

NOTE:  Structural support for lateral loads such as forced entry, etc. to be provided.                            

            It's recommended that all building dead loads be applied to the header prior to installing the unit. 

            If so, and if a reasonable amount of time has been allowed for the effect of this dead load on the header, only then can the building live load be used to meet the above requirements of L/720 of the span or 1/4 inch (6 mm), whichever is less.

            If not, both dead and live loads need to be considered.

2.         Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.


A.         General: Install Sliding Glass Wall system in accordance with the Drawings, approved submittals, manufacturers' recommendations and installation instructions, and as follows:

1.         Properly seal around opening perimeter.

2.         Securely attach anchorage devices to rigidly fit surrounding frame in place, level, straight, plumb and square.  Install frame in proper elevation, plane and location, and in proper alignment with other work.  Integrate frames into walls, ceilings and floors flush or as otherwise as indicated.

3.         Lower track designed to drain; provide connections to allow for drainage [ downward ] [ to the exterior face ].

4.         Install glass panels, handles, lockset and other accessories in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations and instructions.

5.         Provide connections to alarm system, position monitoring and sensor notification systems.


A.         Field Tests and Inspections per Section 01 40 00 of the following:

1.         Verify the Sliding Glass Wall system operates and functions properly.  Adjust hardware for proper operation.

B.         Non-Conforming Work: Repair or replace non-conforming work as directed by the Architect; see General and Supplementary Conditions, and Division 01, General Requirements.


A.         Keep units closed and protect Sliding Glass Wall installation against damage from construction activities.

B.         Remove protective coatings and use manufacturer recommended methods to clean exposed surfaces.




            Nana Wall Systems, Inc. takes no responsibility for product selection or application, including, but not limited to, compliance with building codes, safety codes, laws, or fitness for a particular purpose. This guide specification is not intended to be verbatim as a project specification without appropriate modifications for the specific use intended and the particular requirements of a specific construction project.