Now Krownlab's superior design and manufacturing are in reach of any project. The Loki system delivers industry-leading performance and beauty at an accessible price point. We went back to the drawing board to design a simplified trolley and wheel, along with a new finishing process, that works with our unique 2-part track. All the fasteners are concealed and the key features providing quick and precise installation are all there. Your project deserves nothing less.
With our extensive experience in residential and commercial projects across the globe, we've found that most doors weigh less than 200 lbs. In designing Loki, we decided to cater to this majority. Simply put, the engineering required to operate a 400 lb. door isn't always needed.
Our versatile hardware systems, Loki included, will work with a wide range of door materials. Wood, glass, metal, plastics such as 3Form, and a combination of materials are all compatible with our systems. If you have a design challenge, we are ready to partner on a solution.
The Loki sliding door system has been designed with high-use projects in mind. Our industry-leading 10-year warranty is backed by rigorous testing: our lab has wear-tested to over 2 million open-and-close cycles, and counting. Loki is constructed from anodized high-grade aluminum—a premium metal that translates to unparalleled product longevity.
With the Loki sliding door hardware system, installers will have perfect installations in less time. To function properly, any sliding door track system needs to be mounted absolutely level. Drilling a half-dozen holes in a flawless line is not easy. But hidden inside Loki's track is the Tru-Level System™, giving 1/4” of out-of-level adjustability at each mounting point, during or after installation.
Loki is compatible with ADA pull force requirements on door panels of almost any size and material. And it does so without compromising effortless movement.
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Unlike our surface-mounted products, which reference off the face of a door panel, Top Mount can be biased either toward the front or back of the panel, allowing you to get your door panel precisely the desired distance away from the wall. Because of this adjustability, we recommend Top Mount for installations involving door trim, molding, or base board.
Working with a particularly thick door panel? As long as your panel is thicker than 1-3/8" (for thinner panels, contact Krownlab Support), Top Mount is often your best bet. By biasing trolleys toward the back of the panel, the only upper limit to your panel thickness is the material you find. So take that slab of reclaimed lumber, and go forth with confidence.
Face Mount supports panels as thin as 3/4" and as thick as 2-1/2"with a ¼” panel to wall clearance. For thicker door panels or thicker base board, use Loki Top Mount. Not sure exactly how thick your panel will be? We include four lengths of panel mounting screws so that you don't have to worry. For panels outside this range, contact Krownlab Support.
Although 1/2" is the most common glass thickness we see, our Glass Mount hardware is compatible with 3/8", 1/2", 5/8" and 3/4" thick panels. (Prefer the metric system? Our Glass Mount hardware systems are compatible with 10mm, 12 mm, 15mm, and 19mm glass, respectively.) Glass Mount systems include a 2" long stainless steel bottom guide specific to the thickness of your panel.
This premium linear or circular grain finish is far from lost in the rich black color of the product. Often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish, this fine graining is smooth to the touch and adds a sophisticated texture to the product. The final finish is either achieved through a specialized two-step electrolytic anodizing process, or a highly durable etching process. Unlike paint, plating, and powder coat, this finish will not crack, chip, or flake.
This premium directional finish is consistently our most popular. Parts are precisely textured with a fine linear or circular grain. Often referred to as a No. 4 directional finish, the fine linear graining is smooth to the touch and adds a sophisticated texture to the product. For similar finishes offered on other Krownlab products, consider Stainless Steel.