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WDS 76 Doors

The modern standard for front doors

  • 76 mounting
    width, mm
  • 48 panel width, mm
  • 3 sash designs
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Aesthetic
Reliable
Energy efficient
Easy to use
Secure
Convenient
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3 SASH DESIGNS
TO MATCH YOUR NEEDS

Order reliable inward and outward opening front doors for high frequency usage.

1
Inward-opening sash
(item 139)
2
Outward-opening sash
(item 145)
  • For lighter XPS-based
    door panels
3
Outward-opening sash
(item 138)
  • For heavy glazing units
  • For automated hardware
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STYLISH DESIGN

The WDS 76 doors are available in a variety of designs. Laminated HPL panels, glazing units, sandblasting decorations, designer handles—your door’s appearance is for you to decide. We provide a wide range of door decoration options to perfectly match your building’s facade.

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MODERN SOLUTIONS

Door sashes can be manufactured with HPL panels in both the regular inset variant and as overlays covering the entire sash area, with the latter enjoying exceptional demand.

Overlay panel
Inset panel
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NO NEED FOR
VESTIBULE

With heat-insulated WDS 76 front doors, it’s no longer necessary to have a vestibule in the building to improve energy efficiency.

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SECURITY

The WDS 76 doors have been developed to meet the high international security standards.

A door’s burglar-proofing is a combination of multiple factors:

  • Burglarproof hardware
  • Appropriate backset
    (the distance between the edge of the door and the center of the borehole where the lock or handle is installed)
  • Robust mortise lock
  • Durable panel or glazing unit with multi-layer glass
  • Proper installation.
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SOUNDPROOFING

Among the WDS 76 doors’ strengths having implications for living comfort is their reliable sound-proofing. Soundproof glazing units and thick XPS panels cut off outdoor noise. How tight the sash is pressed against the frame is important, too.

08

ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Wide glazing units, 48-mm HPL panels, and specifically configured thresholds bring the WDS 76 doors’ heat conservation on par with windows, with Uf reaching 1.3 W/m²K—the level that satisfies the current industry regulations. Meanwhile, tight closing ensures the doors’ high air permeability class.

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RELIABILITY AND DURABILITY

High leak-proofing is another indicator crucial for reliable doors. To a great extent, it depends on the rigidity of the door panel as well as the frame and sash profile configuration.

The WDS 76 doors are designed for problem-free long-term operation. Closed reinforcements within the sash guarantee that even long-term intensive operation will cause no deformations or dropping. High-quality rigid door panels also ensure the assembly’s stability and preserve its declared specifications for many years.

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RELIABLE THRESHOLD SOLUTION FOR WARMTH AND AIR-TIGHTNESS

The places where the frame meets the threshold and where the door sash is pressed against the threshold require special attention at the design stage. The WDS 76 doors have an additional Windstop element in the frame’s corners to protect against drafts. Also, the plastic thermal bridge integrated into the threshold eliminates frost penetration, while reliable gaskets in the threshold area provide additional draft-proofing.

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The Windstop elements installed in the threshold zone reliably protect from drafts and enhance the doors’ thermal insulation.

Threshold insulation with polymeric and rubber inserts helps substantially reduce thermal conductivity in the door threshold area. The threshold can be mounted onto the extender installed in the screed zone for extra protection from freezing. Also, appropriate strike plates can be installed for additional locking points—a must for large door sashes.

Triple gasket usage ensures that the sash is pressed against the threshold as tightly as possible to provide maximum air-tightness.

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EASE OF USE AND PRACTICALITY

The WDS 76 doors can be configured according to the customer’s preferences and requirements.

  • 1 Opening type: inward- or outward-opening
  • 2 Door handing: left- or right-handed
  • 3 Opening hardware: lever handle or other handle type, lock, or automation
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INWARD- AND OUTWARD-OPENING DOORS: PROS AND CONS

Take into account the following while picking a door.

OUTWARD-OPENING

PROS
  1. Space-efficient
  2. Open in the escape direction
  3. Closed tighter by the wind
CONS
  1. Outward-opening sashes are more prone to thermal deformations. Doors with dark lamination need to be protected from sunlight
  2. The sash can break off if opened in the strong wind
  3. External hinge orientation visually detracts from the facade’s appearance and calls for additional burglar-proofing
  4. Door sidelights are manufactured separately, complicating installation and increasing the order price
  5. Piled-up snow can interfere with the door opening In this case, the threshold gasket is prone to deterioration

INWARD-OPENING

PROS
  1. Stability and durability: the sash is less prone to deforming in the sun
  2. Easier to open for visitors with full hands (e.g., carrying packages)
  3. Provides for keeping a doormat of desired thickness in front of the door
  4. Safer for visitors to open from the outside
  5. Internal hinge orientation for better security
CONS
  1. The door swing detracts from the building’s indoor space
  2. Strong wind can push the sash away from the frame, potentially resulting in drafts
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40lamination
colors
More
colors

L108002

Sheffield Oak concrete

L108003

Sheffield Oak alpine

L164001

Grey matte

L163001

Umbra matte

L154001

Turner Oak

L160001

AnTEAK

L162001

Basalt

L106003

Anthracite

Sheffield Oak concrete

L108002

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HARMONY
IN DETAILS

The WDS Color doors look perfect with double-sided lamination. With a dyed profile and gasket color to match, your doors have a coherent style, whether open or closed.

1

Turner Oak toffee lamination

2

Brown profile

3

Black gasket

1

Anthracite lamination

2

Grey profile

3

Black gasket

1

Sheffield Oak lamination

2

White profile

3

Grey gasket

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