NanaWall has introduced a new sill option for its cero minimal-framed large panel sliding glass wall system. The new Low Profile Saddle Hybrid Sill joins the existing Low Profile Saddle Sill, Flush Sill, and Higher Weather Performance Sill.
This brings the total number of sill options available for cero up to four – the largest array of sill options available for any minimal glass wall in the industry, according to the manufacturer. They are also the shallowest in the industry, according to NanaWall, in order to fit the needs of residential and commercial construction alike.
“At NanaWall, we are known for our superior engineering and attention to detail, and cero demonstrates this perfectly,” says NanaWall CEO Ebrahim Nana. “By offering four distinct sill types, we’re insuring infinite customization options for any project.”
The new Low Profile Saddle Hybrid Sill combines the features of the existing Low Profile Saddle Sill and the Flush Sill. The Flush Sill is designed to lie flush against the surrounding floor, and the Low Profile Saddle Sill sits recessed at 7/16 inches and prevents rain from entering the interior. The Higher Weather Performance Sill uses a stainless steel track to prevent corrosion and a cascading water management system to prevent weather intrusion.
The cero system features NanaWall’s largest sliding glass panes, with ultra-thin frames to facilitate interior/exterior connection. The panels open and close on concealed stainless steel tracks with self-lubricating rollers and double-sided brushes. The frames are available in 50 colors, with over 200 additional options available in powder coat and anodized finishes. nanawall.com