Two years ago, we poured all our accumulated knowledge about sliding door hardware into one comprehensive project. Our goal was to create the very best product on the market. A huge effort went into the track — an element that is not given a lot of thought in most sliding door hardware systems. For our product design team, it was an untapped avenue to improve our industry-leading sliding door hardware systems. The result is a clean, wall-kissing sliding door track that stands out for what it hides.
Truly Concealed Fasteners
While our track appears to be of one, solid piece, like many others on the market, it actually hides a highly engineered system within. Pop off the military-grade aluminum alloy track cover to reveal our Tru-Leveling™ adjustment feature. This ingenious device allows for a full ¼” of adjustment in any direction, even after you install your hardware. What does this mean? Faster, perfect installations on the jobsite and no holes to patch afterwards.
Infinitely Adjustable Door Stops
The position of most sliding door stops are dictated by where the track fastens to the wall. This is an extremely cumbersome and error-prone system that can make reconciling the installation plan with actual job site conditions a pain. We freed you from this by designing our doorstops to be infinitely adjustable. With a twist of an Allen wrench, you can literally slide the Krownlab door stop to anywhere on the track. This gives you the freedom to fit the door travel to the space—even when it changes—perfectly.
Completely Field Adjustable
A major goal when we redesigned our sliding door track was complete field adjustability. Our track needed to stand up to the quality and look of our stainless trolley brackets, but still be modifiable in the field with commonly available tools. We achieved this with military grade 6000-series aluminum. Through a specialized process, the aluminum is finished to match the stainless steel trolleys for a pleasing aesthetic consistency. And because of the high grade of the aluminum, none of the performance is lost, but field adjustability is gained—simply cut the track to your site specifics with a standard chop saw fitted with a blade for aluminum.