Series 600 Sliding Glass Door

Western Window Systems
  • Clean Design
  • Tested for Durability
  • Classic or Thermally Broken Aluminum
  • Heavy Duty Hardware
  • Configurations and Sizes
Series 600 Sliding Glass Door
Product Name
Series 600 Sliding Glass Door
Manufacturer
Western Window Systems
Doors
Exterior doors
Material
Metal, Aluminium
Glass
Opening types
Sliding

Western Window Systems’ Series 600 Sliding Glass Door is more than just a patio door – it’s an architectural element that changes the space around you. A single track sliding system lets you design the Series 600 with two, three, or four stackable panels, giving you the ability to span a wide variety of size openings. A simple and clean look gives our sliding glass door contemporary appeal. A narrow profile allows for more glass and natural light. And because it’s aluminum, it’s low maintenance.


Sealed stainless steel ball bearing rollers make the Series 600 durable and easy to operate. Subjected to air, water, and structural tests, it features dual-paned low-E glass to reflect heat while allowing light to pass through. Start by selecting your sliding glass door in classic aluminum or energy-efficient thermally broken aluminum. Sill and handle options, a matching screen, and countless sizes, configurations, and finishes let you customize the Series 600 to nearly any project.


Clean Design

Designed for strength as well as the ability to blend into nearly any space, the Series 600 Sliding Glass Door features a 2.55” interlock stile. Extra wide panels ensure more light and glass. 


Smooth Operation

Sealed stainless steel ball bearing rollers make our sliding glass door easy to operate. Rolling hardware is AAMA certified and includes two options: a standard 1.81” size and our 3” Monster Roller, capable of handling more than twice the weight of the largest panel.


Tested for Durability

Because we build and test our windows to last, you can enjoy your Western Window Systems product for years to come. Manufactured in the U.S., each of our product families is tested for air, water, and structural performance and certified by the NFRC (National Fenestration Rating Council) and AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association).


Classic or Thermally Broken Aluminum

Western Window Systems’ aluminum Series 600 Sliding Glass Door is ideal for residential and commercial projects in moderate climates. Perfect for colder climates, our thermally broken aluminum provides the same effortless operation, versatility, and clean aesthetic of our classic aluminum option, but with an insulating barrier that increases energy performance. 


Climate Ready Glass

Our sliding glass doors feature dual-paned low-E glass for better energy performance. Glass can be customized in a variety of types, colors, and thicknesses for improved privacy, protection, and thermal efficiency.


Concealed Locking System

The Series 600 includes a hidden stainless steel multi-point lock to secure its large sliding panels, providing additional strength and protection. A keyed cylinder option is available.


Heavy Duty Hardware

For strength and durability, Western Window Systems uses stainless steel hardware for its door systems.


Configurations and Sizes

The Series 600 Sliding Glass Door is available in nearly any configuration, with panels up to 72” wide and 144” tall (maximum 60 square feet). Sliding glass doors can also bi-part in the center.


Optional Screen

After-market screening solutions are available from Wizard Screens. Screening is not available through Western Window Systems.

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