Below is a detailed cross section of how our stackable sliding door integrates with a Centor screen using a double jamb configuration.
The Centor screen is designed to be quite wide, so the box sections on the sides are chunky to accommodate the screen when retracted. This box section is 105mm wide. To allow for this, we can use a double jamb on our sliding doors to match the overall width of the screen frame.
The screen sill is smaller then our sliding door sill, so we elevate this sill by 19mm to make it flush with the top of our stackable sliding door sill. This is usually done with timber or packers.
The overall depth of the frame is 244mm, which is relatively wide for a frame. The builder can compensate for this depth or the Centor screen can protrude inside the house.
For more information on our stackable sliding doors and flyscreen options, please visit our stackable and sliding door page.