Axel is our interpretation of the original flat track sliding barn door hardware that has been in use for over one hundred years. Axel utilizes the same raw steel material and track construction as those original systems, but has been redesigned to be quieter, safer, and more durable. Exposed 3” custom-engineered bearings, and rugged visible fasteners create a product with a beautiful raw edge, and the same clean, modern aesthetic you expect from a Krownlab product.
SOLID STEEL CONSTRUCTION
Made out of 1/4" thick carbon steel, Axel is fabricated to showcase the natural, untouched beauty of this raw and industrial material. Solid steel construction ensures that Axel will continue to function as smoothly and quietly in ten years as it does the day you install it. Axel is available in three finish options: Raw Steel, Black Steel, and Stainless Steel. See below for more information about these finishes.
Axel comes in three convenient lengths, perfectly suited for several common door sizes. Being made of carbon steel, however, means that Axel track is easy to cut and drill on the job site, allowing you the flexibility to use any combination of door panels and door openings. This field adjustability allows us to ship all Axel products within a few days of your order regardless of size or finish. Considered design and simple step-by-step installation instructions makes Axel easy and quick to install.
FOR PANELS UP TO 200 LBS
Axel is compatible with door panel weighing up to 200 lbs (for heavier panels, contact Krownlab Support), giving you the flexibility to work with door panels of almost any size and material. The steel-on-steel contact surface between the bearing and the track ensures that any door glide smoothly and quietly year after year. As with all our hardware systems, Axel’s patent pending design makes it virtually impossible for a door to become dislodged from the track. Axel Face Mount is compatible with door panels 1-3/8” to 1-3/4” in thickness, and our Top Mount version can accommodate a wide range of panel thickness.
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Our Raw Steel finish is made of carbon steel straight from the mill. Raw Steel is our most industrial finish, and is likely to have scratches, mill scale, water marks, and other natural variances material processing patina. Raw Steel is one of our most field-customizable finishes. Spray with salt and water to encourage rusting, or apply wax or WD-40 to protect it. Sand with an industrial Scotch-Brite pad to achieve a linear grain appearance. For a more premium and uniform silver finish, check out Loki in our Satin Silver finish.
Made of carbon steel straight from the mill, this raw and industrial finish is likely to have scratches, mill scale, water marks, and other material processing patina. Our Black Steel is not a paint or powder coat, which are both likely to chip or flake. Instead, this highly durable finish is etched into the surface of the carbon steel. For a more premium and uniform black finish, check out Loki in our Black Satin finish.
This is our basic directional finish applied to stainless steel. Often referred to as a No. 4 finish, this graining is smooth to the touch, and adds a linear texture to the product. Made out of stainless steel straight from the mill, this grained finish is likely to have a few minor scratches and other imperfections existing in the raw material. For a more premium Stainless finish, consider one of our many products offered in our Brushed Stainless finish. No ongoing maintenance is required for Stainless Steel. Simply clean as needed with a lint free rag, wiping in the same direction as the grain.