Automated Entrance Door Meets Large Missile Impact Requirements

The SLIMPACT product line provides unobstructed views while meeting large missile impact requirements in Florida.
The SLIMPACT product line provides unobstructed views while meeting large missile impact requirements in Florida.

Faour Glass Technologies (Faour Glass), a provider of custom architectural glass and glazing systems for the high-end residential and commercial markets, has announced the SLIMPACT Motion Door, an automated impact-resistant entrance door that meets HVHZ large-missile requirements.

“Park Towers in downtown Tampa selected the SLIMPACT Motion Door as part of its contemporary renovation project.  The new entrance doors provide a clean, minimalist look with a push plate automation operator,” says Angelo Rivera, vice president of Faour Glass Technologies, “The SLIMPACT Motion Door is our newest SLIMPACT offering, providing our clients with a contemporary automated entrance door with minimally exposed framing and mechanics, offering unobstructed views while meeting Florida’s toughest hurricane codes.”

The SLIMPACT product line offers performance in a frameless impact glazing system. The first of its kind, SLIMPACT Windows and Doors feature a structural glazing technique designed for the luxury residential and commercial markets. With no framing on the SLIMPACT Window and minimal metal on the SLIMPACT Doors, SLIMPACT provides unobstructed views while meeting large missile impact requirements in Florida.

For more information on SLIMPACT or Faour Glass Technologies visit the website.   

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