Products by TypeRecord ProductsDoors & Door HardwareWindows Best Doors, Windows, and Hardware Products of 2018 CeraMax An innovative ceramic coating makes this line of hand-finished, stainless steel hardware stand out. CeraMax door handles resist most solvents and chemicals and withstand the standard industry Salt Spray Corrosion test 85 times longer than uncoated hardware. The special coating was developed to endure high humidity and ultraviolet light for more than 5700 hours without yellowing or losing its luster. inoxproducts.comConvex Circles Grande Large-scale 3-D-patterned architectural glass is among the latest offerings from manufacturer Nathan Allan Glass Studios. Made in an array of custom panel sizes ranging from 1'-square up to 6' x 11', the molded glass can be specified in tempered or laminated safety glass and with an insulating low-E coating. While 98% of the surface is clear, the 3-D pattern distorts views for added privacy. nathanallan.com WhiteOUT Nanawall’s latest glass wall system can change from clear to opaque at the touch of a button, with the added benefit that its white privacy glass can function as a writable surface and projection screen. Designers can also specify an unlimited number of sliding panels sized as large as 4' wide x 11' tall, which can be retracted to stack out of sight when they’re not in use. nanawall.com Louvre Rail System Adaptability marks Amuneal’s Louvre Rail banister, a modified version of a system that included stairs released by the company in 2016. The railing-only update works with new and existing steps, and the 1½"-wide steel slats add visual interest. The rails can also be specified as a divider wall. Standard handrails come in white oak or walnut, in a variety of finishes. amuneal.com Entice Panic Device by Blumcraft This egress system for commercial glass doors simplifies typical panic-device installations. The crash bar uses a proprietary through-glass fitting to attach easily to its matching panic component, and the two-piece system is stocked in popular lengths, cutting previously long lead times. The system is engineered for use on 1"-thick double-glazed insulating glass doors. crl-arch.com Loki Sliding Door Hardware System Krownlab’s latest offering is a budget-friendly version of its popular hardware. The new system, Loki, features a high-grade aluminum trolley and a wheel made from high-quality plastic to fit a broader range of projects. The track is available in 4', 8', and 12' lengths and in Top Mount, Face Mount, and Glass Mount versions that hold a range of door materials such as wood, glass, metal, and plastic. krownlab.com HIRT SF90 Descending Wall This retracting wall descends instead of sliding sideways, to dramatically open up residential and commercial spaces at a touch of a button. Manufactured with a thermally insulated aluminum profile, the expansive airtight and watertight window can disappear into the floor. HIRT SF90 is available in an array of sizes up to 19'-square. hirtusa.com Astec Interior Doors A striking mix of materials—glass, copper alloys, bronze, fabric, and even titanium—distinguishes new Astec Interior Doors. Astec collaborated with Paris-based architect Stephane Parmentier to design the 83"–91" panels, which can be specified to slide, swing, or pivot, and feature burnished brass or stainless-steel handles and fittings. astec.it Arc3D DoorWall Systems’ Arc3D operable wall is designed to integrate seamlessly with openings, viewed from the exterior or interior, and built to perform structurally and thermally like the rest of the facade. A direct-drive system allows for streamlined installation of the 1 5⁄16" triple-pane insulated safety glass and thermally broken aluminum frame, without the clutter of hydraulics or cables. doorwallsystems.com December 3, 2018 Click through the slideshow above to read about the Best Doors, Windows, and Hardware Products of 2018.Back to Record Products 2018 Share This Story Post a comment to this article Name* E-mail (will not be displayed)* Subject Comment* Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.