The Standard Lockstile is designed with the handle integrated as part of the extrusion to keep sightlines only 1-1/8" at the lockstile. Our Standard Lock is a clean, squared block machined from billet aluminum.
The Zero Lockstile is the ultimate handle/lock choice if you want to obstruct as little view as possible. The lock stile rests completely within the jamb, and when in the closed position, the glass appears to die directly into the wall. The push button lock and handle set make it easy to operate.
The 3/4" Shallow Interlock is our narrowest sightline offering in our 905 series family. As our VP of Design and Engineerings likes to say, "this interlock is the same width as my pinky finger." This engineering is the epitome of the "less us, more view" philosophy behind all Awake products.
The 1-3/8" Shallow Interlock is still ultra narrow, the additional width allows us to add a pocket for steel inserts, which enables massive sizes. This 1-3/8" vertical interlock is an exact sightline match to our 1-3/8" T-bar in our window wall.
The T-Sill is the perfect choice when your finishing details require the need to see your finish flooring run through the door track to seamlessly transition the tile from the interior to the exterior. It can be "self-draining", weeping from the top and flushing water to a draining system, or can simply have the tile installed over the track.
The European inspired Hidden Sill is self-draining, and has an ultra narrow bottom rail of only 1-1/4". The rollers are inverted into the track, and the panel glides on a guide pin. The track allows for finish flooring to be installed in the track, giving a flush look that is still water rated
The American inspired Standard Sill also comes with a 1-3/4" Water Leg version. This standard 3/4" tall sill includes a narrow 2-1/4" bottom rail and includes anchor covers that hide all installation screws. PTFE bulb seals glide with ease and avoid dust collection of most pile weatherstrip.
The self-draining Zero Bottom Rail Sill allows architects to have no visible bottom rail. The 3" tall track is often repressed in the slab, with finish floor installed even with the edge. Rollers are hidden below, and it visually appears that glass is sliding directly on the finished floor.
The innovative roller system uses precision bearings and spreads the heavy weight of the panels across interlinked roller carriages that can be installed across the entire width of the panel. These small rollers keep the bottom rail ultra narrow and can be serviced without removing the panel.