9001 Sliding Patio Door With Blinds

Features and benefits:

  • Withstands a wind load of 143 MPH without the window breaking
  • Protects against leaking with rain gusts of up to 54 MPH
  • Fusion welded sash is reinforced with steel
  • 1″ Overall insulated glass for energy efficiency
  • Integral nail fin for easier installation
  • 4 9/16″ Vinyl Jamb
  • Vinyl pocket sill
  • Available in euro-white, tan
  • Available in bronze painted exterior
  • customer exterior colors available
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Description

This patio door has a J-channel and a box-type sill construction. This system has an integral three-panel design for units that are nine feet wide and over. This door meets a R35 (design pressure 35) which means it will not fail with a wind load of 143 MPH. This product is suitable for multi-family application and single family homes.

The 9000 Series patio door now comes with optional blinds between the glass. To see a larger image of the 9000 Series door click on the image to the left. MGM Industries’ warranty on this glass is 10 years.

Blinds between the glass are available in white only and is only available in one size. The size available is one inch (1″) smaller on the width than than our standard 6’0 x 6’8 9000 Series door. The callout size is therefore 5’11” x 6’8″.

TheĀ Rough Opening for Blinds between the glass is: 71″ x 80″

The Tip-to-tip size is 70 1/2 x 79 1/2.

Window Details
Product Family
Comparable WindStrong Product
Product Styles
Sash Construction
Standard Nailing Fin
Standard J Channel
Standard Brick Mould
Sloped Sill
Balance System
Lift Rail Placement
Standard Grill
Continuous Head & Sill
Overall Frame Depth
Nail Fin Set Back
Interior Jamb Depth
Glass Package
Egress Size
Frame & Sash Options
Colors
Sash Size Proportions
Applied Nail Fin
Extended Jambs
Available Glass Options
Low E
Gas Filled
Tint & Obscure
Double Strength
Tempered Glass
(Unit sizes over 96" or 32 sqft Required)
Grill Options
Grille Types
Grille Patterns
Screen Options
Size
Mesh

SDL = Simulated Divided Line | GBG = Grills Between Glass | Low E = Low Emittance