New Part M low threshold launched

liniarThe Liniar design team says it has ‘re-written the rule book’ with Liniar’s patio range – engineering in features such as a built-in decelerator, and ModLok, the patented Liniar multipoint lock to name but a few. Offering homeowners reassurance, the multipoint lock is Yale branded and comes with a 10 year mechanical warranty.

,The Liniar patio door is described as a real ‘stand out’ product. It has an effortless opening mechanism and thanks to the ‘revolutionary’ multi-wheeled ‘air glide’ system, the Liniar sliding patio door ‘feels like it’s floating on air’.

,The patio door range can achieve a U-value of 1.3 W/m2K when fitted with a double glazed unit, and can be triple glazed for those high spec installations. It can also help to create a warmer and quieter home and reduce energy bills.

,The latest innovation to the range is the thermally broken aluminium low-threshold option. It creates a seamless entrance and exit, complete with an integral ramp and is said to be suitable for family homes, or where wheelchair access is required.

,The Liniar threshold measures just 24mm at its highest point, with a gold or silver hard wearing anodised finish, which perfectly complements the door hardware. Tested to the requirements of Part M, the thermally broken low threshold improves the overall thermal performance for the full perimeter of the door.

,It can be used on two, three or four-pane patios and is suitable for use on restricted access sites via a mechanical joint assembly.

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