Horton Automatics Datasheets for Exterior Doors

Exterior doors are designed and constructed for outdoor use. They allow personnel and equipment to enter and exit from buildings.
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Product Name Notes
Designed for heavy duty applications, this system uses a 2001 belt drive header and is available in non, partial and full breakout configurations.
Designed for narrow passageways that require additional net clear opening widths. Available with muntin bars and in non, partial, and full breakout configurations.
Designed with a six inch wide and high header, the Proslide™ 2003 sliding belt drive system is used when an architect is looking for something that isn't standard or heavy...
Designed with the smallest header in the industry, the Profiler® 2000B elite is the preferred sliding door amongst architects. The system is available in non, partial, and full breakout configurations...
Designed with the smallest header in the industry. Driven by a linear drive system and is available in many hand configurations.
The All-Glass Elegant system is a frameless, offset glass design that is available in non, partial, and full breakout configurations.
The HD-Storm™ is tested to pressures up to 80 PSF and is available in non and partial breakout configurations. It comes standard with three point locking and is Miami-Dade and...
The Profiler® Storm 2000B Elite automatic sliding door systems are ideal for coastal hurricane and high wind applications. It is driven with a slim belt drive header tested with panic...
The Profiler® StormTM 2000 automatic door systems are ideal for coastal hurricane and high wind applications. Unlike the 2000B Elite, the 2000 is desinged with the linear rod system. Available...