ASSA ABLOY Introduces RITE Slide Integrated Sliding Door System
The patent-pending sliding door system is designed for industries where sound control and space are critical, according to the company.
ASSA ABLOY, a manufacturer of access control solutions, announces RITE Slide, a patent-pending sliding door system.
RITE Slide is intended for a wide array of applications and industries, specifically where sound control and space are critical to the design, including medical exam rooms, patient rooms, offices and hotel meeting spaces, according to the company.
“Drawing on years of experience and expertise in building acoustically rated door systems, RITE Slide is an innovative opening solution that enhances privacy, saves space, and is aesthetically designed to meet the needs of a variety of customers and end-users,” said Stacey Callahan, ASSA ABLOY Door Group’s Vice President of Marketing and Innovation.
Designed for privacy and acoustical performance, the RITE Slide has sound seals, automatic door bottom, and soft-close operation to minimize slamming. Available in both acoustically-rated and non-acoustic options, the system has a perimeter seal that blocks out light and sound and operational door hardware for passage or privacy with locking applications.
To ensure privacy, the acoustically-rated series has been third-party tested to a sound transmission class (STC) 34 using a flush wood door as a complete assembly according to ASTM E90.
The barn-style door includes the frame, door, operating hardware, track hardware and accessories. It saves space by occupying a smaller footprint than a traditional swing door. The aluminum frame and track has a 1-1/2″ face frame profile.
It comes in 11 veneer species, 5 door stain colors and 6 cut-out options. It also incorporates built-in three-axis adjustability for ease of installation and operation and is ADA compliant.
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