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Marvin Ultimate OXXO Glider

The OXXO Glider is a stunning variation on the clean, contemporary look of a Glider window. Two center panels slide to each side of the window opening up an unobstructed opening. A fixed glazed sash on either side of the window frames the two center panels. The OXXO glider can span up to 14’. Window height can be specified as large as 6'. Unit dimensions are based on width–to–height ratios.

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Simulated Divided Lite

  • Simulated Divided Lite with Spacer Bar (SDLS) - an energy-efficient way to create the look of divided lites. SDLS bars are permanently adhered to both sides of the glass. A spacer bar is installed between the glass, creating the essence of Authentic Divided Lites.
  • Simulated Divided Lite (SDL) - SDL bars are permanently adhered to both sides of the glass.
Simulated Divided Lite with Spacer Bar (SDLS)

Simulated Divided Lite with Spacer Bar (SDLS)

Simulated Divided Lite (SDL)

Simulated Divided Lite (SDL)

Grilles

  • Grilles-between-the-Glass (GBGs) - Grilles are permanently installed between the glass panes. This low maintenance option creates the look of divided lites. The interior and exterior color of the grilles can be different. Choose from 13 exterior colors and 4 interior colors.
  • Removable Grilles - Solid wood Grilles on the interior offer the look of a classic divided lites, but can be easily removed for cleaning.
Grilles-between-the-Glass (GBGs)

Grilles-between-the-Glass (GBGs)

GBGs Exterior and Interior Color

GBGs Exterior and Interior Color

Removable Grilles

Removable Grilles

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Energy Information Finder

This tool provides some of the most common options on windows and doors and related NFRC certified values.

This tool is a guide only and does not reflect variations resulting from features and options not included in the tool. For more information about the energy efficiency of specific products and options, please contact your local Marvin sales representative.

The National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) has developed and operates a uniform national rating system for the energy performance of fenestration products, including windows and doors. NFRC does not recommend product and does not warrant the suitability of product for any specific use. For additional information regarding this rating system, see www.nfrc.org/WindowRatings.

See Energy Efficient Windows and Doors for further information on this topic.

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