Architecture Canada n°4 1er semestre 2008
Architecture Canada n°4 1er semestre 2008
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MANUFACTURED BYC.R. LAURENCE COMPANY 338757 C R Laurence DPS p.26 Laguna Series Sliding Door System ISO 9001:2000 CertifiedC.R. LAURENCE COMPANY crlaurence.ca I Worldwide Supplier SPS Stacking Partition System Architectural Products Manufacturing Division CRL Technical Sales for Canada : Tel : (877) 421-6144• Fax : (800) 262-3299 JAB213-7/07
338757 C R Laurence DPS p.27 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS:• Retail Stores and Malls• Night Clubs• Restaurants and Eateries• Banquet Halls• Reception Areas• Automobile Dealerships• Stadium Club Boxes• Convention Centers View it online today at crlaurence.ca Elegantly Partition a Large Space with CRL's New and Versatile SPS STACKING PARTITION SYSTEM LAGUNA SERIES SLIDING DOOR SYSTEM• Provides the'All-Glass'Look When Closed and a Full Width Opening When Doors are "Stacked"• Doors are Compact and Neatly Stacked Out of the Way or Disappear from Sight when Parked in a Closet The SPS is engineered to provide virtually unlimited possibilities in the design of moveable glass dividing walls which can be rolled aside and "stacked" in a compact arrangement. They're ideal for storefronts and malls, allowing full visibility of merchandise combined with the flexibility to be stored conveniently out of the way quickly and easily. Restaurants, sidewalk cafes and night clubs can easily expand their indoor/outdoor seating space. SPS utilizes CRL's patented Wedge-Lock Glass Securing System, found in their popular Door Rails. Available in a variety of rail configurations and architectural finishes.• Variety of Styles and Finishes Available• For Use with 3/8" or 1/2" (10 or 12 mm) Tempered Glass• Simple to Install, Doors Can Be Aligned Without Removal The CRL Laguna Series Sliding Glass Door System offers a new look for the office or the home. It can be installed on glass partitions or directly to the side of a properly reinforced wall or header. Comes with all fasteners needed for flush or surface mounting. NEW CRL63 CATALOG See more details about our Stacking Partition System, Laguna Series and many other architectural systems in our new CRL63 Architectural Hardware Catalog. It's one of six new hard cover CRL Master Catalogs and contains over 9000 products relating to architectural hardware, supplies and tools. This new catalog features many beautiful installation photos displaying the products in use to help you choose the right hardware for your job.•'All-Glass'Entrance Systems• Structural Glass Fittings• Stacking and Sliding Glass Door Systems• Panic Exit Devices• Door Controls and Hardware• Hand Rail and Guard Rail Systems• Aluminum and Stainless Component Post Railings• Aluminum Railings, Windscreens, and Gates• Custom Ornamental Metalwork and Awnings



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