Types Of Stanley Automatic Sliding Door Parts
Stanley Duraglide Parts
The Stanley Duraglide series automatic sliding door system is the most popular Stanley automatic door type. This automatic sliding door is available in Full Break Out configurations (3000 series) or Fixed Side Lite configurations (2000 series). Stanley Duraglide automatic sliding doors are available in bi-part (4 door panels) or single slide (2 door panels) configurations. Automatic Door and Hardware has each part and component for Stanley Duraglide automatic sliding doors.
Stanley Telescoping Parts
The Stanley Telescoping automatic sliding door system is a unique door design that allows the moving door panels to open in a stacking configuration. Stanley Telescoping doors are available in Full Break Out (5300 series) or Fixed Side Lite (5200 series) configurations. Stanley Telescoping automatic doors are available in bi-part (6 door panels) or single slide (3 door panels). All Stanley telescoping automatic door parts are available at Automatic Door and Hardware.
Specialty Stanley Automatic Sliding Door Parts
Stanley manufactures specialty automatic sliding door models, which can be found in some commercial buildings. These specialty automatic door types include the Dura Storm Hurricane rated automatic doors, the Double Diamond Home Depot Lumber automatic doors, and more. All parts and components for these specialty doors are available at Automatic Door and Hardware.
How To Identify Which Stanley Automatic Sliding Door Part You Need
Check Our Product Photos
In order to identify or source the automatic door part you need, you must first determine which type of Stanley automatic sliding door you have. In most cases building owners have a Stanley Duraglide automatic sliding door, since that is the most popular and sold door model type. However, it is possible you could have another model of Stanley automatic sliding door. Use Automatic Door and Hardware's online catalog of Stanley automatic door parts and images to help you determine the door model you have.
Count The Number Of Door Panels
You can tell if you have a Stanley Telescoping automatic door simply by counting the number of door panels. Stanley Telescoping automatic doors have 3 or 6 panels.
Common Stanley Automatic Sliding Door Part Repairs
Check The Bottom Guide
A Stanley bottom guide assembly is a component that allows the moving door panel to stay in alignment. On Full Break Out Stanley automatic doors, the bottom guide consists of a fork design with a roller. The fork rides in the bottom track. If the bottom guide is defective, such as a broken guide roller, then it can cause the door to operate erratically.
Torn Weather Stripping
Stanley automatic sliding doors use weather stripping to help seal any air gaps between the doors. This stick on type of pile weather stripping often gets ripped out of the door from age and use. Automatic Door and Hardware carries all of the replacement weather stripping so you can fix your Stanley automatic sliding door.
Missing Safety Decals
All Stanley automatic sliding doors come with ANSI/BHMA compliant safety stickers placed on the door. These stickers are very important and when they become illegible from age or door wear, they need to be replaced. Automatic Door and Hardware carries ANSI/BHMA compliant automatic door stickers so you can bring your Stanley automatic sliding door back up to code.