SPW501 door system launched with plate flush glazed mullion section

  • 7 Nov 2014

The new system incorporates a wide clip and plate flush glazed mullion section

Featuring the same suite of framing sections as Senior’s SPW500 commercial doors, the SPW501 incorporates further design options and will be available with a slimmer 58mm clip and flush mullion in the coming months.

Available in a range of options with square and anti-finger trap doors alongside the LogiKal software package, all of the SPW501 joints are square cut for ease of fabrication and workers can use their existing tool set up with the system.

The SPW501 system is capable of being manufactured in single, double and emergency door types featuring a variety of options such as radius anti-finger trap stiles.

SPW501 is a thermally broken polyamide framing system capable of supporting glazing up to 28mm thick depending on its size and weight.


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