Teza 60 Series Teza Bifold Door 120 x 80 - 3L TZ12080LTR60B
Teza 60S Teza Bifold Door 120 x 80 - 3L TZ12080LTR60B
It is a modern style, 60 Series is lightweight and is perfect for certain climates (. Comparatively, the 60 Series does not have thermal break aluminum which is why it popular for locations with warmer temperatures. Likewise, the purpose of thermal break aluminum is to prevent the exchange of temperature from one side to another but in good climate areas, this feature is unnecessary. Correspondingly, this allows the entry of natural light and a soft breeze. Furthermore, Teza’s 60 Series provides qualities that enhance garden parties, barbecues, and outdoor dining experiences. Moreover, the 60 Series is the most cost efficient and budget friendly while providing high quality and longevity. Comparatively, the 60 series doors are customizable and can have stationary panels as well as panels that all slide to one side depending on the desired configuration. Similar to other products, the 60 series products are powder coated making it scratch resistant which adds to the quality of the door for its price.
+ Aluminum (Non Thermal Break)
+ Popular for Locations With Warmer Climate
+ Powder Coated
+ Hidden Hinges
+ Slim Frame
|Non-thermal break, built for warmer climate areas, dual pane argon-filled gas (5" thick), tempered glass, intererior/exterior locking system|
The size of the panels varies between 24” and 32”. In addition, in compliance with the build code, the entrance door minimum is 26”. Furthermore, each frame is 2.3″ (panel frame thickness) by 1 1/2″ (panel frame width). Moreover, the panels have high quality weather strips. The panel strips create a barrier between the inside and outside door frames.
Tempered or toughened glass is a type of safety glass processed by con-trolled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. Tempering puts the outer surfaces into compression and the inner surfaces into tension. Such stresses cause the glass, when broken, to crumble into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards as plate glass (aka: annealed glass) creates. The granular chunks are less likely to cause injury.