Aluminum Full-View Doors
When Visibility And Light Transmission Are Key
New Jersey Door Works’ Aluminum Full-View doors are the preferred choice when visibility and light transmission are just as important as aesthetics. Aluminum Full View sectional doors are weather-resistant and virtually maintenance-free, and are ideal for commercial applications such as service stations, car washes, and auto dealerships as well as for firehouses and ambulance buildings.
Perfectly suited for applications where maximum light and visibility are desired, New Jersey Door Works’ Aluminum Full-View doors help create a pleasant interior environment while offering a warm and open look from the exterior. Aluminum Full-View doors feature an aluminum bottom section with three to seven clear upper sections, depending upon size.
New Jersey Door Works sells, services and installs all major (and most specialty) brands of Aluminum Full View sectional doors, including Wayne-Dalton, Clopay, Overhead Door, and others.
Spotlight: Wayne Dalton Models 451 and 452
- MAXIMIZES LIGHT AND VISIBILITY
- CHOOSE FROM DSB GLASS, ACRYLIC, POLYCARBONATE,
THICK PLATE GLASS OR INSULATED GLASS PANELS
- STANDARD SIZES UP TO 16′ 2″ WIDE AND 16′ 1″ HIGH
- INTEGRAL REINFORCING RIB FOR SUPERIOR STRENGTH
Glazed with 1/8″ DSB glass held in place with aluminum molding and sealed with butyl glazing tape, the Aluminum Full-View 451 is ideal for applications up to 16’2″ x16’1″. Acrylic (plexiglass) or polycarbonate (lexan) panels, in thicknesses of 1/8″ and 1/4″ can be substituted for DSB glass.
Ideal for larger installations and applications where insulation and durability are important, the Aluminum Full-View 452 features 1/2″ insulated SSB glass, held in place with aluminum molding and sealed with butyl glazing tape. Alternative glazing options include 1/4″ thick plate and wire polished glass.
Materials & Construction
Aluminum Full-View doors are manufactured using high-quality materials for excellent durability. All stiles and rails are extruded aluminum alloy 6063-T6 and feature a beveled edge around panels. Stiles and rails can be clear anodized (standard) or finished with white or brown powder coat finish. Tracks and hardware are manufactured from hot-dipped galvanized steel, and the doors feature vinyl seals between sections and on the bottom of the door.