Key facts

Product:
Panorama Design | ASE 67 PD
Family:
Panorama Design
Manufacturer:
SCHÜCO >
Architonic ID:
20086613
Country:
Germany
Manufacturer groups :
Windows-Window types >
Groups:
Windows-Window types >

Product description

Materials
Material: Aluminium
Colours/surface finishes: Powder, paint, anodising
Corrosion protection (optional) : Pre-anodising

Dimensions/ load-bearing capacities
Vent width in mm: 3200
Vent height in mm: 3000
Max. vent weight in kg: 400
Face width of interlock section in mm: 31
Face width of vent frame in mm: 0/31
Basic depth of outer frame in mm: 177/267
Basic depth of vent in mm: 67
Glass thickness in mm: 36-49

Properties
Wind resistance: Up to class C3
Watertightness: Up to class 7A/9A
Sound reduction: Up to class 46 dB
Air permeability: Up to class 4
Burglar resistance: Up to RC 2
Thermal insulation Uw /Uf: From 1.0 W/(m²W)

Operation
Operating forces: Class 0
Operation: Manual
Durability: Class 3
Handle designs: Design handle, push bar, locking knob, lockable push bar, lockable button, lockable knob
Smart home-compatible: No
Opening types: 27

Miscellaneous
Zero level threshold: Yes
Ease of access: No
Can be combnined with sun shading: Yes
90° all-glass corner: Yes

Product family

Concept

The vista, that view from inside to outside, should showcase everything down to the last detail. Nothing should disturb or detract from the harmony between nature and architecture.

With Panorama Design sliding units, Schüco creates maximum transparency for an uninterrupted view of nature or the urban environment.

Thanks to concealed outer and vent frames in the wall and ceiling, as well as minimal profile face widths and installation depths, the visual components of the sliding door are reduced to a minimum, without having to sacrifice flexibility in the choice of opening types and surface finishing.

When open, the all-glass corner virtually dissolves into the building. In combination with the pocket door design, in which the open sliding vent disappears into the outer wall, the sliding system vanishes completely into the background, leaving only the pure panorama.