Liniar has updated its ModLok patio door system with PAS24 security accreditation. The move is aimed at helping fabricators and installers looking to supply to the new build market, and to assist those requiring installation of a product that achieves the required security accreditations but is also ergonomic, stylish and environmentally friendly.
Liniar’s ModLok patio door is fully tested to BS 6375 (parts one, two and three) for weather performance.
Strong and secure
Liniar’s ModLok patio door system has always been highly secure, they say, featuring four bi-directional lock clusters that have eight mushroom head locking points housed within its existing aluminium box section, providing additional rigidity and strength. By adding a three-star rated ‘anti-snap’ cylinder, new lock extensions and the PAS24 kit to the internally sliding doors, a Part Q Building Regulation product can be achieved.
The new parts are retro-fitted, making for an easy fabrication process. No additional routing preparations are required to achieve PAS24 and Part Q compliance.
The Liniar difference
Liniar’s ModLok patio door boasts a sturdy eight-wheel acetal roller, which aims to deliver an effortless gliding motion. The roller also allows for a load-bearing capacity of up to 120kg per sash. Liniar hopes that this feature will provide peace of mind in relation to the additional weight associated with insulated glass units for PAS24, while at the same time maintaining the options for maximum size doors, where required.
Built-in deceleration means that homeowners won’t see any unsightly crash stops, and ModLok’s ergonomic handles are simple to operate, Liniar says. Designed with installers in mind, the Liniar ModLok patio door offers a low threshold option with no trench excavation required. Additionally, the outer frame can be mechanically jointed for easier access to those installations in tighter spaces. The product is available in a wide range of colours and finishes.