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CATALOG 2 0 0 9

Raydoor ® designs and manufactures

beautifully innovative interior dividing

solutions. Our products contained

within this catalog are a result of 10

years dedicated to pursuing the art

and technology of interior division.


LIBRARYG
SYSTEM  : Sliding Wall (SW)
FRAME  : Custom
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Private Residence, Brooklyn, NY
LOFT
SYSTEM  : Sliding Wing Wall (SWW)
FRAME  : White Maple
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Bookman Lofts, Minneapolis
HOME OFFICEG
SYSTEM  : Folding Center (FC)
FRAME  : Walnut veneer
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Private Residence, NYC
STUDIO
SYSTEM  : Sliding Wall (SW)
FRAME  : Rosewood
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Private Residence, NYC
GALLERY SPACE
SYSTEM  : Sliding Stacking Parallel (SSPA)
FRAME  : Brushed Steel
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Private Gallery, Miami, FL
KITCHEN & BATH
SYSTEM  : Sliding Pocket (SP)
FRAME  : Satin White & Coffeewood
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Kansas City, MO & Washington DC
OFFICE
SYSTEM  : Sliding Bypassing (SB)
FRAME  : Metallic Mesh
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : NYM World Group Offices, NYC
CONFERENCE ROOM
SYSTEM  : Folding Center (FC)
FRAME  : Brown Cypress
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Prudential Douglas Elliman offices, NYC
LOUNGE
SYSTEM  : Pivoting Center (PVC)
FRAME  : Coffeewood
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Gallery Condominium, Miami, FL
LIVING AREA
SYSTEM  : Sliding (S)
FRAME  : Coffeewood
CORE  : Oyster Linen
LOCATION  : Private Residence, Miami, FL
STORE
SYSTEM  : Sliding Bypassing (SB) & Fixed (FX)
FRAME  : Brushed Steel
CORE  : Clear Frosted
LOCATION  : Brand Resource LTD, NYC
CLOSET
SYSTEM  : Sliding Bypassing (SB)
FRAME  : Coffeewood
CORE  : Opal Frosted
LOCATION  : Private Residence, Miami, FL
BEDROOM
SYSTEM  : Sliding (S)
FRAME  : Brushed Aluminium
CORE  : Opal Frosted
LOCATION  : Private Residence, Baltimore, MD
Systems
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 PRODUCT OVERVIEW

3 PANELS

Details
5 STANDARD SIZES

6 CUSTOM TEMPLATES

7 SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS

35 HEADER/CEILING DETAILS

37 TRACK & PANEL SPACING

39 MOUNTING OPTIONS

41 FLOOR DETAILS

43 HARDWARE & ACCESSORIES

45 FRAMES

46 CORES

47 LATTICE DESIGNS

49 QUICKSHIP PROGRAM

51 FAQ’S

RAYDOOR INC. 134 W. 29TH STREET STE. 909 NEW YORK, NY 10001 212. 421. 0641 RAYDOOR.COM

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1
PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Opposite is an example of a Raydoor Sliding Wall 3 panel dividing system (SW3). Its used here as a guide
to demonstrate the terminology and design considerations you will encounter when creating your own
Raydoor solution.

1 Opening height is determined by measuring from the finished floor to top of level track. The top of leveled track is where you
intend on screwing the track to, typically wood blocking. If surface mounting the tracks directly to the ceiling, make sure there is
adequate support above.

2 Opening width is determined by measuring from finished wall to finished wall. No jamb or wall treatment is provided or necessary
with Raydoor products.

Standard sized panels are perfect for new construction or installs where you intend to “build to fit” our system requirements.
Panels are offered in three widths and four heights and are available in most system applications. Only standard sized systems
are used with our QUICKSHIP program. See page 5 for standard sizes.

Custom sized panels are built to fit your specified opening dimensions. Using your opening dimensions, system and track
choice, we determine exactly how big to make your doors. Let us do the math.

3 Panel model refers to the construction and thickness of the panel. Model 225 and 225F are 2-1/4” thick and are generally used
for our larger sized systems. model 175 and 175F are 1-3/4“ thick and are generally used where panel sizes are smaller.
See page 3 for panel comparison details.

4 System configuration represents our family of systems which include: sliding, folding, pivoting, fixed and stacking. Choosing
a system configuration is THE primary design consideration when planning how you intend to use the space. For a complete
list of all systems see page 7.

3” Overlap is our convention any time a sliding panel overlaps another sliding panel. This is done to maintain an aesthic stile
and rail proportionality, and aids sound insulation and privacy by creating a larger barrier.

RGS™ technology is part of Raydoor’s patent pending family of innovations. It allows the user to open and close a multiple
panel system in one motion, through a system of hooks and stops mounted below the doors. This creates a telescoping motion
without the need for floor tracks.

5 Tracks are required for sliding and folding systems. They can be recessed or surface mounted to the ceiling or soffit. Wall
mount options are also available for single track sliding systems. Our other mounting options are brackets, guides or
hinges, as used in the fixed, rolling and pivoting systems. NO FLOOR TRACKS ARE NECESSARY for the operation of
all our basic systems offered; however they can be specified for added stability. See page 35 for more details.

6 Frames come in real wood veneer and high-quality laminate. On panel models 225 and 175, the stile and rails are offered
3” wide standard. Custom frames and rails are available in real-wood veneer model 225 only. See page 45 for finish options.

7 Core layers are typically 1/4” translucent acrylic or resin used for it’s strength and lightweight properties and are available
in multiple designs. 1/8” acrylic/resin is an option only offered in our model 175 line. Non-translucent cores are available in
1/4” real wood veneered or high-quality laminates, where no light transmission is desired. See page 46 for some core
layer options.

8 Lattice bars are 1-1/4” wide standard and match the frame finish. They are bonded to both sides of the panel.
Lattice designs are optional; but a selection of our kaliedescopic patterns can be chosen... or create your own.
See page 47 for more details.
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Example System: SW3 using standard track

top of
leveled track

3 panel model
( 1-3/4” or 2-1/4” thick ) track
carrier

ceiling
flange

door frame

Mounting Detail

4 system configuration
( SW3 )

3 Overlap 5 tracks

top of leveled
track

ceiling

6 frame
opening height

7 core layer

1 8 lattice (optional)

3 stile & rail

finished floor

Telescoping RGS™ 2 opening width


& stabilizing flush bolts

( Raydoor Dividing System, Patents Pending )


3
PANELS

Model 225 The original Raydoor panel

top view

1/4” core layer 1/4” core layer


edge reveal
Constructed by permanently bonding two
1” thick frames to a 1/4” thick core layer,
typically acrylic or resin. This patent
2.25” panel
edge pending technique adds strength while
allowing exposure of the core layer on all

frame (3” stile & rail) edges of the door creating a desirable
architectural detail we call the “Ray Edge”.
Maximum sizes are 6’x8’ and 4’x10’.

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Model 175 Lighter, thinner design

1/8” or 1/4” core layer

1.75” panel
edge
molding

frame (3” stile & rail)

front back

top view
Ideal for applications where thinner, lighter panels are desired.
Maximum door size is 4’x8’.
4

Model 225F/175F Block light with style

hollow core
design

flush surface
layer

2.25” panel edge 1.75” panel edge

top view
Our newest dividing solution can be specified in a number of finishes
from wood and metallic veneers or laminates, to marker board surfaces.
Custom colors can be specified as well.

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Model Comparison overview

Panel Core gauge Door thickness Frame finish Max. panel size

model 225 1/4” 2-1/4” Veneer, Laminate 6’x8’, 4’x10’

model 175 1/8”, 1/4” 1-3/4” Laminate Only 4’x8’

model 225F NA 2-1/4” Veneer, Laminate 6’x8’, 4’x10’

model 175F NA 1-3/4” Veneer, Laminate 4’x10’

See page 45 for veneer and laminate options


5
STANDARD SIZES

You build to fit our panels


*
*

36 x 80 36 x 92 36 x 104 36 x 116

*
*

41 x 80 41 x 92 41 x 104 41 x 116

*
*

46 x 80 46 x 92 46 x 104 46 x 116

12 Standard Sized Panels


Three standard panel widths (36”, 41”, 46”) and four standard panel heights (80”, 92”, 104”, 116”).
See individual system pages 9-34 for standard sized opening dimensions.
* Not available in 175. Only for 225/225F/175F.
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CUSTOM TEMPLATES

We build to fit your opening

0
x1

x1

x1
B

4
120

x8

x8

x8

x8

x8
A 108

6
96 96

84 84

72 72

60 60

48 48

36 36

24 24

12 12

0 0

0 12 24 36 48 60 72 0 12 24 36 48
*

Max. W Max. H Template sizes

A 72” 96” 2x8, 3x8, 4x8, 5x8, 6x8

B 48” 120” 2x10, 3x10, 4x10

* All custom sized panels must fall within one of the two
options above. Panels are priced according to template size.

Endless sizes
All custom sized door panels fall within one of eight template sizes. Templates have maximum width and height
dimensions and are used for pricing purposes and manufacturing. A custom panel size of 32-1/4” wide by 97”
high for example, would fall in the 3x10 template. If the height is reduced by one inch, a 3x8 template can
be used instead. Opening width and height, number of desired panels, and system type determine the
appropriate template size.
e.g. An opening of 135” wide by 90” tall could be specified in a number of ways, such as an SW3 4x8, SW4 3x8,
SB2 6x8 (floor channel required), SB3 4x8 to list a few.
* Note : maximum template size for our Model 175 panel design is 4x8. Maximum template for Model 175F design is 4x10.
7
SYSTEM CONFIGURATIONS

(S) Sliding pg. 9 (SB) Sliding Bypassing pg. 11

An easy-to-install option for stylish control of passage Relies only on two tracks regardless of panel count,
between any pair of spaces, available ceiling- or guaranteeing a narrow head width. Ideal for room
wall-mounted. dividing and closet enclosures.

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(SW) Sliding Wall pg. 13 (SWW) Sliding Wing Wall pg. 15

A true wall-to-wall room divider and a Raydoor Similar to the classic Sliding Wall, but with a key
classic... Proprietary telescoping hardware invisibly benefit of stacking all panels to the side, creating
links the lead panel to all trailing panels. Ideal for a wider, barrier-free opening.
high-traffic lofts and conference rooms.

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(SP) Sliding Pocket pg. 17 (SPW) Sliding Pocket Wall pg. 19

This installation preserves space for a wall-mounted When fully extended, cleanly divides galleries,
monitor, art or furniture. Integrated hardware ensures large halls and gyms, and when fully retracted,
smooth and reliable action. disappears into wall.
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Open the possibilities

(SSPE) Sliding Stacking pg. 21 (SSPA) Sliding Stacking Parallel pg. 23


Perpendicular

Features many stacking and storing options so you The sliding stacking perpendicular or parallel
can slide the panels straight or turn a corner. Perfect system only needs one track and is perfect for
for making a guest bedroom or conference area. tight spaces where multiple bypassing or folding
doors wouldn't work.

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(SR) Sliding Rolling pg. 25 (PV) Pivoting pg. 27

The easiest installation. Features no tracks whatsoever Perfect for trimless openings, pivoting systems can be
(ceiling or floor). Ideal as a privacy screen, this design applied from public spaces to private baths, where
is great for a quick solution. simple entry is needed. Doors can pivot from the end
or more central on the panel.

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(FC) Folding Center pg. 29 (FE) Folding End pg. 31 (FX) Fixed pg. 33

A room-divider for low-traffic spaces. Similar to a traditional bi-fold, its Wherever a solid wall would be
A true flex wall for the occasional meeting, effective for closets and spaces better off translucent. Fixed panels
event or guest room. where doors must be pushed out can be mounted freestanding or
of the way to maximize clearance. paired with other systems to
continue a design aesthetic
where operation isn’t needed.
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(S) SLIDING

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

S1 35”, 40”, 45”

S2S 71”, 81”, 91”


* Opening widths listed are from finished
wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

HE 82-3/4”, 94-3/4”, 106-3/4”, 118-3/4”

40/b 82”, 94”, 106”, 118”


* Opening heights are from finished floor
to top of leveled track.

Panel models
Sliding systems are great for bedrooms, offices, pantries, closets and areas where
narrow hallways restrict swing door movement. Each door uses a small surface 225, 175, 225F, 175F
mounted floor guide to help align and stabilize the door. Optional brackets available
for wall mounting our standard or low profile track (see page 40). Door overlaps
opening 1/2” at the sides.

System Plan view

S1

S2S
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Simple, clean, easy to install

S
Operation Overview

Sliding
B.
A.

Features

A. B.

Grey Floor Guide No floor track required


Keeps the system aligned along the wall Overhead tracks and the floor guide allows
during operation. the door to slide across the opening easily
and without the need for floor tracks.

See page 41 for floor detail


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(SB) SLIDING BYPASSING

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SB2 69”, 79”, 89”

SB3 102”, 117”, 132”

SB4 135”, 155”, 175”

SB4S 138”, 158”, 178”

SB5 168”, 193”, 218”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

HE 82-3/4”, 94-3/4”, 106-3/4”, 118-3/4”

40/b 82”, 94”, 106”, 118”


* Opening heights are from finished floor
to top of leveled track.

A multi-use dividing solution, bypassing systems come in two or more doors Panel models
and use only two rows of tracks. Sliding bypassing systems are great for
225, 175, 225F, 175F
dividing smaller rooms, closets and areas where narrow hallways restrict swing
doors. Each door has a small floor guide to help align and stabilize the panels.
Allow 3” for each overlapping stile.

System Plan view

SB2

SB3

SB4

SB4S

SB5
Simplest division solution 12

SB
Operation Overview

Sliding Bypassing
A. B.

Features

A. B.

No floor track required Grey Floor Guide


Overhead tracks and the floor guide allows Keeps the system centrally aligned during
the door to slide across the opening easily operation.
and without the need for floor tracks.
See page 41 for floor detail
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(SW) SLIDING WALL

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SW3 102”, 117“, 132”

SW4 135”, 155”, 175”

SW5 168”, 193”, 218”

SW6 201”, 231”, 261”

SW6S 204”, 234”, 264”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

HE 83”, 95”, 107”, 119”

40/b 82-1/4”, 94-1/4”, 106-1/4”,

Our most popular room dividing system, sliding walls come with three or more panels 118-1/4”

and can be configured in a symmetrical fashion (i.e. SW6S) to reduce header width. * Opening heights are from finished floor
Our proprietary RGS hardware allows the doors to telescope across an opening without
TM
to top of leveled track.
the use of a floor track. Flush bolts are used to anchor the system at set intervals when
needed. Each door is on its own track allowing all doors to stack anywhere in the opening.
Allow 3” for each overlapping stile. Panel models

225, 175, 225F, 175F

System Plan view

SW3

SW4

SW5

SW6S
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Floating telescoping wall

SW
Operation Overview

Sliding Wall
B.
A.

Features

A. B.

No floor track required Telescoping RGS™ & stabilizing


flush bolts
Overhead tracks and the floor guide allow The Raydoor Guiding System™ allows
the door to slide across the opening easily one door to extract all the panels in one
and without the need for floor tracks. motion with no floor tracks. Mortised flush
bolts and discreet spring loaded floor
strikes provide added stability.

See page 41 for floor detail


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(SWW) SLIDING WING WALL

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SWW2 68”, 78“, 88”

SWW3 101”, 116”, 131”

SWW4 134”, 154”, 174”

SWW4S 137”, 157”, 177”

SWW6S 203”, 233”, 263”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

82-1/4”, 94-1/4”, 106-1/4”,

118-1/4”

Sliding Wing Wall systems are essentially sliding wall systems but instead are mounted
and stack on the outside of the opening in front of a wall. Wing wall systems come
with two or more doors and can be configured in a symmetrical fashion (i.e. SWW6S,
TM
SWW4S). Our proprietary RGS hardware allows the doors to telescope across the
opening without the use of a floor track. Flush bolts are used to anchor the system at Panel models
set intervals when needed. Allow 3” for each overlapping stile.
225, 175, 225F, 175F

System Plan view

SWW2

SWW3

SWW4

SWW4S

SWW6S
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Full flexibility telescoping divider

SWW
Operation Overview

Sliding Wing Wall


A.

C.
B.

Features

A. B.

Edge mounted ring pull Telescoping RGS™ &


Indicates the lead door when stacked, and can stabilizing flush bolts
be used to pull the doors across the opening. The Raydoor Guiding System™ allows one
door to extract all the panels in one motion
with no floor tracks. Mortised flush bolts and
discreet spring loaded floor strikes provide
C. stability.

See page 41 for floor detail

Grey Floor Guide


Keeps the system aligned along the outside
wall during operation.
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(SP) SLIDING POCKET

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SP1 36”, 41”, 46”

SP2S 72”, 82”, 92”


* Opening widths listed are from finished
wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

HE 83”, 95”, 107”, 119”

40/b 82-1/4”, 94-1/4”, 106-1/4”,


118-1/4”

* Opening heights are from finished floor


to top of leveled track.

Sliding Pocket doors are great for bedrooms, kitchens, baths, offices, pantries, closets Panel models
and areas where narrow hallways restrict swing door movement. Comes with an edge
mounted ring pull to retrieve door from pocket. A surface mounted pocket guide helps 225, 175, 225F, 175F

align and stabilize the door. Door fully extends from the pocket. Tracks and guides
must be shipped in advance of pocket construction.

System Plan view

SP1

SP2S
Keep your wall space 18

SP
Operation Overview

Sliding Pocket
A.

B.

C.

Features

A. B.

.1

.2
.3

Edge mounted ring pull Pocket tracking & concealment


Used to retrieve the lead door from the pocket. Conceals the empty pocket when doors
are out and tracks the door into the
pocket without rubbing or swaying.
C. 1. a panel can be mounted on-site to the back of the
trailing door to conceal the pocket when extended
2. nylon guide rider tracks the door on the guide and
allows for full extension from the pocket
3. continuous aluminum floor mounted pocket guide
keeps panel aligned within the pocket

See page 41 for floor detail

No floor track required


Overhead tracks and the floor guide allow the
door to slide across the opening easily and
without the need for floor track.
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(SPW) SLIDING POCKET WALL

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SPW2 69”, 79”, 89”

SPW3 102”, 117”, 132”

SPW4 135”, 155”, 175”

SPW4S 138”, 158”, 178”

SPW6S 204”, 234”, 264”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

HE 83”, 95”, 107”, 119”

40/b 82-1/4”, 94-1/4”, 106-1/4”,


118-1/4”
Sliding Pocket Walls stack neatly in the cavity of a wall and make great room dividers. Lead
door comes with an edge mounted ring pull to retrieve doors from pocket. Inside the pocket, * Opening heights are from finished floor
is a floor mounted guide to help align and stabilize the doors. A pocket concealment panel to top of leveled track.
added to the back edge of the trailing door conceals the gap left by the extracted panels for
a clean finished look. Allow 3” for each overlapping stile.
Panel models

225, 175, 225F, 175F


System Plan view

SPW2
pocket concealment panel

SPW3
guide rider
aluminum
guide
SPW4

SPW4S

SPW6S
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Floating walls disappear

SPW
Operation Overview

Sliding Pocket Wall


A.

B.

C.

Features

A. B.

.1

.2
.3

Edge mounted ring pull Pocket tracking & concealment


Used to retrieve the lead door from the Conceals the empty pocket when doors
pocket are out and tracks the door into the
pocket without rubbing or swaying.
C. 1. a panel can be mounted on-site to the back of the
trailing door to conceal the pocket when extended
2. nylon guide rider tracks the door on the guide and
allows for full extension from the pocket
3. continuous aluminum floor mounted pocket guide
keeps panel aligned within the pocket

See page 41 for floor detail

Telescoping RGS™ &


stabilizing flush bolts
The Raydoor Guiding System™ allows one
door to extract all the panels in one motion
with no floor tracks. Mortised flush bolts
and discreet spring loaded floor strikes
provide stability.
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(SSPE) SLIDING STACKING PERPENDICULAR

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SSPE1/PV1 72-5/8”, 82-5/8”, 92-5/8”

SSPE2/PV1 108-3/4”, 123-3/4”, 138-3/4”

SSPE3/PV1 144-7/8”, 164-7/8”, 184-7/8”

SSPE4/PV1 181”, 206”, 231”

SSPE5/PV1 217-1/8”, 247-1/8”, 277-1/8”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

60/H 82-7/8”, 94-7/8”, 106-7/8”, 118-7/8”

* Opening heights are from finished floor


to top of leveled track.
Sliding Stacking Perpendicular features the ability to stack and store numerous panels
perpendicular from the track and along a wall. Panels slide straight or can turn a corner.
This system is perfect for making guest bedrooms or conference areas. Its single plane Panel models
sliding track is also ideal for tight spaces where multiple tracks or folding doors wouldn’t
work. Available with a pivot door option for frequent access to the space. 225, 175, 225F, 175F

System Plan view

SSPE2
SSPE1/PV1

Add optional PV1 if doors don’t


stack behind of a wall. Pivot door
allows for entry and exit.

SSPE3

without PV1

SSPE4
with PV1

SSPE5

* Specify SSPE in any number of panels.


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Maximum Flexibility

SSPE
Operation Overview

Sliding Stacking Perpendicular


C.
B.
A.

Features

A. B.

Stabilizing flush bolts Alignment Plates


Used to anchor the system in place. Aligns one panel to the next using a
Flush bolts come paired with a discreet nesting design.
spring loaded dust proof strike.

C. See page 42 for floor detail

No floor track required


Overhead tracks and the floor guide allow
the door to slide across the opening easily
and without the need for floor tracks.
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(SSPA) SLIDING STACKING PARALLEL

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SSPA1/PV1 72-5/8”, 82-5/8”, 92-5/8”

SSPA2/PV1 108-3/4”, 123-3/4”, 138-3/4”

SSPA3/PV1 144-7/8”, 164-7/8”, 184-7/8”

SSPA4/PV1 181”, 206”, 231”

SSPA5/PV1 217-1/8”, 247-1/8”, 277-1/8”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

60/H 82-7/8”, 94-7/8”, 106-7/8”, 118-7/8”

* Opening heights are from finished floor


to top of leveled track.
Sliding Stacking Parallel features the ability to stack and store numerous panels
parallel to the track. Panels slide straight or can turn a corner. This system is
perfect for making guest bedrooms or conference areas. Its single plane sliding Panel models
track is also ideal for tight spaces where multiple tracks or folding doors wouldn’t
work. Available with a pivot door option for singular access to the space. 225, 175, 225F, 175F

System Plan view

SSPA2 SSPA1/PV1

Add optional PV1 if doors don’t


stack in front of a wall. Pivot door
allows for entry and exit.

SSPA3
without PV1

SSPA4

with PV1

SSPA5

* Specify SSPA in any number of panels.


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Multiple panels on one track

SSPA
Operation Overview

Sliding Stacking Parallel


C.
B.
A.

Features

A. B.

Stabilizing flush bolts Aligment plates


Used to anchor the system in place. Aligns one panel to the next using a
Flush bolts come paired with a discreet nesting design.
spring loaded dust proof strike.

See page 42 for floor detail


C.

No floor track required


Overhead tracks and the floor guide allow
the door to slide across the opening easily
and without the need for floor tracks.
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(SR) SLIDING ROLLING - NEW

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

SR1 24”, 29”, 34”

SR2S 48”, 58”, 68”


* Opening widths listed are from finished
wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
System Bracket Height *

SR 81-1/4”, 93-1/4”, 105-1/4”, 117-1/4”


* Bracket heights are from finished floor
to top of leveled bracket.

Panel models

225, 225F

Our New Sliding Roller door doesn’t require any floor or ceiling track which
makes it our easiest door system to install. It rolls on the floor guided by
hidden brackets (wall or ceiling mounted). Sliding rolling is ideal for situations
where a traditional overhead track would not work ( i.e. rooms with varying
ceilings/heights or obstructions ). Requires 12” overlap at the wall for stability.

System Plan view

SR1

SR2S
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Panel slides like magic

SR
Operation Overview

Sliding Rolling
B.

A.

Features

A. B.

Wheels Guide brackets


Hard rubber wheels underneath the Overhead guide bracket can
panel provide silent mobility without be wall or ceiling mounted easily. Barely
leaving marks on the floor. visible, it provides stability to the system.
It generally requires a full 12" overlap at
the wall. The overhead bracket is paired
with a smaller bracket below and acts as
a guide and wheel stop to control panel
movement.
See page 42 for floor detail
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(PVC & PVO) PIVOTING CENTER & PIVOTING OFFSET

Standard opening widths

System Opening Widths *

PV1C 36-1/2”, 41-1/2”, 46-1/2”

PV1O 36-3/8”, 41-3/8”, 46-3/8”

PV2SC 72-3/4”, 82-3/4”, 92-3/4”

PV2SO 72-5/8”, 82-5/8”, 92-5/8”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights

System Opening Height *

PVC 80-7/8”, 92-7/8”, 104-7/8”, 116-7/8”

PVO 81-1/4”, 93-1/4”, 105-1/4”, 117-1/4”


* Opening heights are from finished floor
to top of leveled jamb.

Panel models

225, 225F, 175F

Our pivot panels come in two variations. Pivoting Center has no visible
hardware and pivots within the opening reducing the maximum opening
by a few inches. Pivoting Offset has a discreet knuckle at the top and
bottom of the panel and pivots completely out of the opening depending
on clearance.

System Plan view System Plan view

PVC1 PVO1

PVC2S PVO2S
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You can swing it

PV
Operation Overview

PVC

Pivoting Center & Offset


A.

B.

C.

Features

A. B.

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PVO

Roller catch Face mounted ring pull


Stops and holds the pivot panel closed. Used to pull door open and closed.

C.
See page 42 for floor detail

Offset pivot knuckle


Exposed knuckle at the top and bottom of
PVO only. There is no exposed hardware for
PVC. Finish is brushed chrome standard.
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(FC) FOLDING CENTER

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

FC2 73”, 83”, 93”

FC4 145”, 165”, 185”

FC6 217”, 247”, 277”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

600 83-7/8”, 95-7/8”, 107-7/8”, 119-7/8”

* Opening heights are from finished floor


to top of leveled track.

Folding Center systems are a flexible dividing solution for the occasional flex-space Panel models
requirement. Great for the extra conference room, event space, or guest room where
225, 225F, 175F
other means of ingress/egress are provided for. Folding panels come as hinged pairs
and can stack perpendicularly anywhere along a singular track. When folded, the
opening is about 95% clear. Each pair comes with a flush bolt to anchor the system
when in position and face mounted ring pulls on both sides. Use of an aluminum floor
track recommended for added stability in commercial applications.

System Plan view

FC2

FC4

FC6
Low traffic, high flexibily 30

FC
Operation Overview

Folding Center
A.

C.

B.

Features

A. B.

Face mounted ring pull Stabilizing flush bolts


Used to pull doors closed. Used to anchor the system in place.
Flush bolts come paired with a discreet
spring loaded dust proof strike.
C.

See page 42 for floor detail

Invisible Hinges
Hinges allow the door to fold and are
hidden when panels are extended. A set
of these are used on each pair of panels.
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(FE) FOLDING END

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

FE2 73-1/4”, 83-1/4”, 93-1/4”

FE4 145-1/4”, 165-1/4”, 185-1/4”

FE4S 145-1/4”, 165-1/4”, 185-1/4”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
Track Opening Height *

600 83-7/8”, 95-7/8”, 107-7/8”, 119-7/8”

* Opening heights are from finished floor


to top of leveled track.

Panel models

225, 225F, 175F

Folding end systems are also flexible dividing solutions. The door closest to the wall
acts as a pivot door extending hinged panels from a fixed pivot point. When folded,
doors will be on one side of the track leaving maximum clearance on the other side,
the opening is about 95% clear. Each hinged pair comes with a flush bolt to anchor
the system when open and face mounted ring pulls. Use of an aluminum floor track
can be added for additional stability.

System Plan view

FE2

FE4
* FE4 requires floor track

FE4S
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Medium traffic, high flexibility

FE
Operation Overview

Folding End
A. C.

B.

Features

A. B.

Face mounted ring pull Stabilizing flush bolts


Used to anchor the system in place.
Used to pull doors closed.
Flush bolts come paired with a discreet
spring loaded dust proof strike.

C. See page 42 for floor detail

Invisible Hinges
Hinges allow the door to fold and are
hidden when panels are extended. A set
of these are used on each pair of panels.
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(FX & BL) FIXED & BLANK

Standard opening widths


System Opening Widths *

FX1 36-1/4”, 41-1/4”, 46-1/4”

BL1 36-1/4”, 41-1/4”, 46-1/4”

* Opening widths listed are from finished


wall to finished wall.

Standard heights
System Opening Height *

FX 81-1/2”, 93-1/2”, 105-1/2”, 117-1/2”


* Opening heights are from finished floor
to top of leveled bracket.

Panel models:

225, 225F, 175F (FX)


225, 225F, 175, 175F (BL)

Fixed panels are very versatile because they can be used in a series to create a
wall, room or as screens for added privacy to a particular area. The panel sits on
an aluminum “U” channel (surface mounted to the floor), and slots into an
overhead angle bracket allowing the panel to stand free from the wall if desired.
Each panel contains two blind levelers to help secure and level the door. Raydoor
also sells panels containing no hardware called Blank (BL) panels.

System Plan view

FX1

BL1
Define space 34

FX/BL Fixed & Blank


Operation Overview

B.

example 1

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A.

Features
example 2

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A. B.

example 3
Blind Leveler Ceiling bracket
Sits in a floor mounted “U” channel and Indexes into the top of the panel to
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is used to raise the panel into align and hold the panel secure.
place for a snug fit.

See page 42 for floor detail

example 4

“U” Channel
Installed on the floor, the “U” channel catches
Multiple
the panelsis used to stabilize the panel
blind leveler;
and align multiple panels when needed.
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HEADER/CEILING DETAILS

5 top of
1 16
leveled track

5
1 16 HE track
carrier

1 flange
1 16 (+/- 1 )
4
Applies to:

(S) Sliding pg. 9

(SB) Sliding Bypassing pg. 11 Sliding Standard


(SW) Sliding Wall pg. 13
Our standard HE sliding track comes in mill finish
(SWW) Sliding Wing Wall pg. 15
aluminum. Quiet running nylon wheels are mounted
(SP) Sliding Pocket pg. 17
directly to the top of the door via surface mounted
(SPW) Sliding Pocket Wall pg. 19 flange.

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1 18 top of
leveled track

3 40 track
1 16
carrier

7 3
Applies to: 16 (+/- 16 )

(S) Sliding pg. 9 mounting Sliding Low Profile


(SB) Sliding Bypassing pg. 11 channel
Our premium 40/b low profile track comes in clear
(SW) Sliding Wall pg. 13
satin anodized aluminum. Silent running nylon wheels
(SWW) Sliding Wing Wall pg. 15
are mounted to brackets factory mortised into the
(SP) Sliding Pocket pg. 17
top of the door. (Reducing the distance between
(SPW) Sliding Pocket Wall pg. 19
the top of the door and the bottom of the track.)

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top of
1 87 leveled track

60/H track
2 carrier

Sliding Stacking
1 mounting
4 Our 60H sliding stacking track comes in clear satin
channel
anodized aluminum. Silent running nylon wheels on
roller bearings are mounted to brackets factory
Applies to:
mortised into the top of the door. (Reducing the
(SSPE) Sliding Stacking Perpendicular pg. 21
distance between the top of the door and the
(SSPA) Sliding Stacking Parallel pg. 23 bottom of the track.)
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top of
1
2 16 leveled track

600 track
1
2 16
carrier

7
1 16 (+/- 3 )
16

mounting
bracket

Folding
Applies to:
Our standard 600 folding track comes in mill finish
(FC) Folding Center pg. 29
aluminum. Nylon wheels are mounted to brackets factory
(FE) Folding End pg. 31
mortised into the top of the door.

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Header/Ceiling Details
2 14 2 14

wood blocking
wood blocking 5
8 top of finished
1 58 pivot hinge opening
pivot hinge

3 3 top of finished
(+/- 16 )
8 opening
1
2
Applies to: Applies to:

(PVC) Pivoting Center pg. 27 (PVO) Pivoting Offset pg. 27

Pivot Center Pivot Offset


Center pivot hardware leaves no exposed compo- Offset pivot hardware comes standard in brushed chrome. A
nents and provides the greatest range of motion. knuckle at the top and bottom of the panel is visible on one
side. It offers a tighter seal and opens only from one side.

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top of finished mounting


opening bracket

mounting
bracket

Applies to: Applies to:

(FX) Fixed pg. 33 (SR) Sliding Rolling pg. 25

Fixed Sliding Rolling


Our fixed panel bracket comes in mill finish aluminum. Our sliding rolling mounting bracket comes in painted metal or
optional brushed chrome.
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TRACK & PANEL SPACING

Standard Track
Models 225, 225F

5 13 5 13 5
0 1 16 3 16 6 16 8 16 11 16

3
1 16

1
4

0 2 41 4 43 7 41 9 43 12 41

Standard (HE) sliding track detail for panel models


225/225F. See page 3 for products comparison.
See page 39 for mounting options.

Models 175, 175F


5 5 5 5 5
0 1 16 3 16 5 16 7 16 9 16

11
16

1
4

0 1 43 3 43 5 43 7 43 9 43

Standard (HE) sliding track detail for panel models


175/175F. See page 3 for panels comparison.
See page 39 for mounting options.
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Low Profile Track


Models 225, 225F

0 1 18 3 58 6 18 8 58 11 18

1 83

1
4

Track & Panel Spacing


0 2 41 4 43 7 41 9 43 12 41

Low profile (40/b) track detail for our model 225/225F


product line. See page 3 for products comparison.
See page 39 for mounting options.

Models 175, 175F

0 1 18 3 18 5 18 7 18 9 18

7
8

1
4

0 1 43 3 43 5 43 7 43 9 43

Low profile (40/b) track detail for our model 175/175F


product line. See page 3 for products comparison. See
page 39 for mounting options.
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MOUNTING OPTIONS

Surface, Flush, Recess and Wall Mounting Options


Mounting options depend on the desired install aesthetic or structural limitations (as with post tension concrete ceilings, etc.)
Regardless of installation type, system height measurements are always from top of leveled track (may or may not coincide with
ceiling height). (Installers can place blocking in spaces between tracks and install fascia to minimize track visibility.)

Standard HE sliding track top of


leveled track

top of
leveled track
top of
leveled track

ceiling
provided
by others

Recess mounted

Flush mounted

Surface mounted

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Low profile 40/b sliding track top of


leveled track

top of
leveled track
top of
leveled track

ceiling

Recess mounted

Flush mounted

Surface mounted
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top of
600 Folding track
leveled track

top of
leveled track

top of
leveled track

ceiling
provided
by others

Recess mounted
Flush mounted

Surface mounted

Mounting Options
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60/H Sliding Stacking track

top of
leveled track
top of
leveled track

ceiling
provided
by others

Flush mounted

Surface mounted

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Standard HE Sliding track Low profile 40/b Sliding track

HE wall mount 40 wall mount


bracket bracket

HE track
40 track
provided
by others
Wall mounting

Our standard HE sliding track and our low


profile 40/b track can be wall mounted using
brackets. Only available for S1 and S2S
systems.
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FLOOR DETAILS

(S) Sliding pg. 9 (SB) Sliding Bypassing pg. 11

door edge door edge


1
4

floor guide floor guide

3 finished floor 3 finished floor


8 8

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(SW) Sliding Wall pg. 13 (SWW) Sliding Wing Wall pg. 15

door edge
door edge
1
4

RGS RGS

5 3 finished floor 5 3 floor guide finished floor


8 8 8 8

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(SP) Sliding Pocket pg. 17 (SPW) Sliding Pocket Wall pg. 19

door edge door edge

3 3
8 8

stop plate RGS

5 3 finished floor 5 3 pocket guide finished floor


8 8 8 8
pocket guide
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(SSPE) Sliding Stacking Perpendicular (SSPA) Sliding Stacking Parallel


pg. 21 pg. 23

door edge door edge

alignment plate alignment plate

5 3 finished floor 5 3 finished floor


8 8 8 8

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(FC) Folding Center pg. 29 (FE) Folding End pg. 31

Floor Details
door edge door edge

3 finished floor 3 finished floor


8 8

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(PVC) Pivoting Center pg. 27 (PVO) Pivoting Offset pg. 27

door edge
door edge
1
1 5 2
2 8

floor pivot
bottom pivot
finished floor finished floor

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(SR) Sliding Rolling pg. 25 (FX) Fixed pg. 33

1
4

1 7
2 8

blind leveler
finished floor
finished floor
Wheel
aluminum U channel
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HARDWARE & ACCESSORIES

2 38 5 15
16

Flush Pull, RP-60 Flush Pull, OP-150


Optional turned stainless steel round pull for sliding panels. Optional brush stainless steel oval pull for sliding panels.

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1 34 1 34

Ring Pull, Edge Mounted Ring Pull, Face Mounted


Comes with pocket and wing wall systems. Comes with folding and pivot systems.

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9 78
1 12

1 12

Flush Bolt Dust Proof Strike


Specially designed bolt extends 1-1/2” to help stabilize Flush with the top of finished floor. Spring loaded plate
doors. receives flush bolt throw and keeps dust out.

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9
3 16
2 38

Giro Door Connector Invisible Hinge


Used to join doors at the edge on the same plane. They Used on our folding doors. Hinge is not visible when doors
can be used to make single doors act as one wider door. are closed.
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1
4
3
4

3
4

Door Guide 106/N Floor track


Used in conjunction with floor track, door guides help Used with door guides. 3/4” square mill finish aluminum
minimize flex and add panel stability. channel is flush mounted in the finished floor.

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1 58

1 18
3
4
7
116
9
116

HE Wall Mount Bracket 40/b Wall Mount Bracket


Bolts to the top of our Standard HE track and allows Continuous bracket that runs the length of the track and
track to be wall mounted. 5 pieces per set. allows our Low Profile 40/b track to be wall mounted.

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6
1 2 41

Grey Floor Guide Door Guide 21/N


Surface mounted to the finished floor and used in all Door guide is used in conjunction with floor track.
bypassing and wing wall systems to minimize panel Fits to the end of leading door. Used primarily in
sway and align doors. folding systems, helps minimize flex and add
stability.

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Privacy Lock, KA Privacy Lock, AGB Privacy Lock, HC-30


Our most popular lock. Thumb turn on Commonly used in key/key and Commonly used in low security
one side, emergency coin release on the key/thumb turn locking applications key/key locking applications.
other side. Available for Model 225/225F/175F. where increased security is required. Available for Model 175/175F.
Available for Model 225/225F/175F.
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FRAMES

Coffeewood Cabernet Rosewood Teak Walnut Zebrawood White Oak White Maple

Real Wood Veneer


Our most customizable frame collection offers a variety of real wood veneers bonded to a preengineered
MDF substrate for reliable stability. Frames are hand sanded, butt-joined and finished with two coats of
clear lacquer satin. All frames are fully finished and assembled. Real wood veneers are available in all panel
models except for model 175. See page 3 for panel comparison.

* Custom stain and paint colors, veneer species, LEED requirements and rail heights may be specified
in this collection only. Matching solid core layers can also be specified.
butt joined

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Brown Cypress Brazilian Walnut Mocha Cherry Walnut Aged Cherry Pacific Barley Memphis Cherry

Maple White Ash Satin White Brushed Aluminum Brushed Steel Metallic Muslin Metallic Mesh
225 only

High Quality Laminate


Our laminate collection of frames offers a wide range of carefully chosen vinyls and papers that represent
real-looking wood grain and metallic finishes. High quality laminate frames are available in all our product
models (225, 225F, 175 and 175F) and a limited collection is available for our Quick Ship (QS) Program.
See page 3 for panel comparison and pages 49-50 for QS progam details.

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CORES

Clear Frosted Opal Frosted Clear Transparent

Oyster Linen Beach Grass Searchlight

Core Layers

Pictured above are only a handful of the many acrylic and resin core options
available. Core layers are 1/4” thick and come in a variety of opacities, colors,
patterns and encapsulated materials. An optional 1/8” gauge can be
substituted in our model 175 product line only. Also available is a solid core
option made from veneered MDF. Raydoor works with most third party
acrylic and resin sources should you have a specific style in mind.

* Call to discuss custom options


Coffee Wood

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Recyclable Resins

- Our optional PETG resins are available with up to 40% recycled content (depending on finish)

- The production of this PETG creates no hazardous waste or VOC’S.

- PETG + Acrylics are recyclable.

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LATTICE DESIGNS

Optional Lattice Designs


Lattice types are determined by the number of bars used and by assembly complexity. Choose from our four types of optional lattice designs
or send us a sketch of your custom ideas. All lattice designs use horizontal and/or vertical 1-1/4” strips of MDF finished in the same material as
the frame and permanently bonded to the front and back of the core layer. See page 50 for Quickship H-lattice options.

Lattice dimensions

Type 1
Any lattice design or pattern that uses one Model 225
horizontal (or vertical) lattice bar. Specify the High quality laminate
height and location in your drawing.

.75"

Type 2 1.25
"

Any lattice design or pattern that uses two


horizontal (or vertical) lattice bars. One bar
can butt the other as shown. Specify height
and location in your drawing.

Model 225
Real wood veneer

Type 3
Three to five lattice bars evenly spaced
horizontally. Specify number of bars and note
panel height will affect spacing. 1"

1.25
"

Type 4
Our signature “Flo” pattern which creates a
k a l e i d o s c o p i c e ff e c t w h e n u s e d w i t h
overlapping sliding panels. Specify how you Model 175
want the pattern to flow. High quality laminate

.625”
Type 5 - custom
1.25
An array of horizontal and vertical bars evenly "

spaced to create a french door inspired


lattice design. Specify number of bars and
note panel height will affect spacing.
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Draw your own:

96

84

72

60

48

36

24

12

0 12 24 36 48 60 0 72

Sample custom lattice design :


Ex :Type 4
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QUICKSHIP PROGRAM

What is Quickship?
Our Quickship program offers reduced lead time on select systems using standard size panels. If you can build your opening
to fit a standard size system (and finish choices are in stock) your order will ship in 30 business days from purchase date.
See individual system pages for standard system size dimensions.

The following systems are available in our quickship program. Model 225 and model 175 only. Flush door is not available for Quickship.

(S) Sliding pg. 9 (SB) Sliding Bypassing pg. 11


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(SW) Sliding Wall pg. 13 (SWW) Sliding Wing Wall pg. 15


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(SP) Sliding Pocket pg. 17 (SPW) Sliding Pocket Wall pg. 19


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Brown Cypress Walnut Memphis Cherry Maple Aged Cherry Mocha Cherry Satin White Brushed Steel
175 only 175 only 225 only

High Quality Laminate


Selected from our high quality laminate collection of frame finishes, the above finishes are available for
quickship. See page 43 for a complete list of finishes. Call to find out if any other frame finishes are in stock.

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Clear Frosted Opal Frosted Clear Transparent

Cores
Choose clear frosted, opal frosted or clear transparent for your core layer. 1/8” core layer can also be
specified in our model 175 product line only.

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standard H1 H2 H3 H4 H5

Lattice
Optional lattice design can also be specified for Quickship, using a number of evenly spaced horizontal bars.
* By default, H1 is centered in the panel but can be specified any height from the bottom of the door. e.g. H1-36”
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FAQ’S

Q: How do I get a quote or pricing?


A: First factor how many openings you have, about what size the height and widths are and then determine what
type(s) of system(s) you would like to see to enclose them. Then select any finishes and upgrades you may want,
and submit your info to Raydoor via the contact form on our website: www.raydoor.com, email: info@raydoor.com,
fax: 646 -349 -1856, or call us at: 212-421-0641

Q: How do I purchase/order doors?


A: The first step is to obtain a formal quote from one of our sales representatives. To do so, you can send specifications
through the contact form on our website: www.raydoor.com, e-mail or fax.

Q: Do I buy directly from Raydoor? Do you have agents/reps/distributors?


A: You can purchase doors directly from us, and we also have distributor representatives in certain regions who
can provide service. Sending your inquiry/quote requests in via our on-line “contact us” forms will get you to the
appropriate representative based on your location and project needs more quickly.

Q: What is your lead time?


A: Custom orders take 70 calendar days (from point of returned signed shop drawings) plus shipping time.
Standard size Quickship systems leave our factory in 30 business days from the point of full payment. See
pg 49 for our Quickship program details.

Q: Where can you ship to?


A: Currently we ship all across North America, but can accomodate international shipping needs.

Q: How long does shipping take?


A: Local NYC shipping takes 1-3 days. All other national areas generally take 7-14 days depending on your location.
International deliveries vary based on customs and final destination.

Q: Does your company offer installation or do I hire an installer myself?


A: Raydoor does not install; however, we can recommend an installer for you since most of our national distributing
partners do install. In addition, installation of our product is fairly straightforward and we can coordinate with your
contractor to answer any questions. Installation manuals are provided to supplement our system drawings to help
contractors. Complex systems may be purchased and installed by an authorized Raydoor distributor.

Q: How thick are panels?


A: Panels are either 2-1/4” or 1-3/4” thick depending on the model you choose. See page 3 for panel details.

Q: How much do the panels weigh?


A: Panel weights vary according to core and lattice specifications. The following is an estimated range:
•Model 225 weighs approximately 2.5-3.5 lbs/per sq. ft..
•Model 175 weighs approximately 2.0-3.0 lbs/per sq. ft..
Our panels are always fully suspended without the use of a floor track except for pivots and fixed systems.

Q: Are there size limitations?


A: Yes, 48” is the maximum width per door for heights between 96” and 120”. A maximum width of 72” per door
for heights 96” or less. Doors exceeding 53” wide require the use of a 1/2” square aluminum floor channel and
door guide to help minimize flex. Floor channel is recessed flush to finished floor. See pg 4 for size details.

Q: What are the panel frames made of?


A: Frames are made from a pre-engineered medium density fiberboard (MDF) for added stability and finished in a
selection of high quality laminates or real wood veneers. Our MDF materials are made from recycled wood
products and new growth woods. We are also in the process of acquiring formaldehyde-free MDF materials.
See pg 45 for finish options.

Q: What are the flush panels made of?


A: Flush panels are made from a pre-engineered medium density fiberboard (MDF) and oriented strand board
(OSB) for added stability and finished in a selection of high quality laminates or real wood veneers. MDF and OSB
are made from recycled wood product and new growth woods.

Q: What is the core layer material (glazing layer)?


A: Acrylic/resin is used as our core layer and is available in varying levels of opacity and decorative options. We
also provide resin made from 50% recycled plastic upon request. Blank MDF core layers can also be used if
less light in the space is required.
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Q: Can glass be used as an insert or core layer?


A: No. Resin is a lighter, more flexible material and is an important feature of the Raydoor design. There are many
variations of acrylic/resin to suit many design and technical criteria. “Scratch resistance,” “made from recycled
material” and “class A flame spread rating” are the most common requests and all are available options.

Q: What is the extent of sound insulation?


A: Sound transmission can vary depending on how a panel or system is installed. Our framed panels dampen
sound, however they are not soundproof. Depending on the thickness of the specified core, they are comparable
to glass. Our flush panels insulate sound better than our framed panels and are in the process of evaluation for an
official STC rating.

Q: How should the doors be cleaned?


A: A warm, damp cloth is recommended for basic cleaning of the acrylic/resin core layer. Naphta or Kerosene can
be used to remove grease or other hard to clean residue. All other non-resin/acrylic surfaces can be cleaned
with any general purpose, non-abrasive surface cleaner. Please refer to our cleaning instructions for other
products specific to resin/acrylic.

Q: Do you have a showroom?


A: Yes, our main showroom is located at 134 West 29th Street, Suite 909, NY, NY 10001. Showroom hours are
Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:30pm by appointment only.

Q: Can RAYDOOR be used for exterior applications?


A: No, Raydoor’s are intended for interior use only.

Q: Where are the doors manufactured?


A: Brooklyn, NY USA

Q: Is there a warranty on Raydoor products?


A: Yes, all Raydoor systems leave from the factory with a minimum 1 year warranty detailed in our terms and conditions;
a copy of which is available upon request.

Q: Can acrylic be used in wet areas, such as shower doors, bathtub dividers, etc?
A: No, panels should not be subjected to constant direct moisture. They can be used as bathroom applications with
proper ventilation such as a bathroom door, etc.

Q: Do you send consultants to job sites?


A: No, your contractor can provide us with measurements to build your doors and the majority of our systems are
fairly easy to install.

Q: Can I obtain a sample of your products?


A: Yes, if you are interested in specific frame or acrylic finishes, we can provide you with samples.

Q: Are Raydoor products ADA compliant?


A: Most Raydoor products can be specified ADA compliant by selecting specific hardware that meets ADA criteria.
Some consultation with Raydoor’s technical department may be required.

Q: Are Raydoor products renter friendly?


A: It depends on the system and the type of installation. The simplest, most removable system is our New SR1
(Sliding Rolling system). It can be installed without a trained professional and it can be removed as easy as it
was installed. See page 25-26 for more details, or call and ask for our new “build it yourself” Rayblocks.
RAYDOOR®
Sliding Walls & Doors
134 West 29th street suite 909 New
York, NY 10001 Tel: (212) 421-0641
Fax: (646) 349-1856 www.raydoor.com
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All Rights Reserved.