Products | Door Hardware | FASTrack
FASTrack Benefits
  • Fast and easy installation of multiple sliding door floor tracks.
  • Adapts to variable field conditions using modular parts.
  • Adjustable horizontal spacing between tracks.
  • Adjustable height for laser-level installations.
  • Using welded angle iron as track? Try FASTrack – it has lower labor cost (no welder needed), better appearance, and correct radius for rollers (angle iron can damage wheels).
  • High durability and corrosion-resistance.
  • Floor track for most any multiple sliding door system.
  • FASTrack is compatible with any door manufacturer panels up to their stated weight capacity.
  • Track blades have 2 reversible edges: 5 mm diameter for lift slide rollers, and 6 mm diameter for patio door rollers.
  • Curved track: if you have curved doors, you can bend FASTrack by hand to install. (FFI does not advise on curve radius or methods; see Warranty and Install Guide.)
  • Drainage: FASTrack can be assembled to slope up to 2 degrees for surface drainage. (Sub-floor drainage system is not supplied by FFI.)
  • Basic systems uses: track, bridge, bridge clips, and track clips.
  • Stainless steel/brass vs. aluminum FASTrack are separate systems with different parts & Install Guides! Do not mix system parts.
  • Choice of Stainless steel/brass or aluminum system.
  • Stainless Steel track in 8, 12, and 20 foot lengths.
  • Aluminum track Class I Anodized in 12 and 21 foot lengths.
  • Ask FFI about our FASTrack BOM Calculator, for quick and easy parts list and pricing!
  • FASTrack components are warranted for one (1) year from date of original purchase against defects in materials and manufacturing, under normal installation and use.
  • Stainless Steel and Brass parts are warranted for 15 years against corrosion-related functional failure. Surface rust discoloration is normal and won’t affect product function.
  • Aluminum is warranted for 1 year against corrosion-related functional failure. (Class I anodizing reduces corrosion risk for aluminum in concrete.)
  • Warranty doesn’t cover corrosion from direct exposure to harsh chemicals such as chlorine or chlorides, nor improper settling of floor. Any return or claim must be made according to FFI Terms and Conditions, see FFI catalog section A.

Maintenance: Maintain sliding doors and tracks monthly; use water & mild soap to clean away debris and dirt; use a mildly abrasive pad such as Scotch-Brite to clean any surface discoloration or rust.

  • Stainless steel/brass and Aluminum are different systems -- do not mix system parts! (Aluminum clips won’t fit SST track.) Read and use appropriate FFI Install Guide.
  • Stainless steel is recommended for applications in concrete, coastal, pool areas, and other environments with corrosion risk.
  • Aluminum is at risk for corrosion when embedded in concrete that contains chlorides. Class I anodizing reduces corrosion risk for aluminum in concrete.
  • Wheel compatibility: Turn 5 mm diameter side up for lift slide rollers, and 6 mm diameter up for patio door rollers. Any track material is compatible with nylon wheels, as on FFI lift slide carriages. When using patio door rollers with steel or stainless steel wheels, stainless steel track is recommended for durability.
  • Curved door/track notes: If you have a curved door application, you may be able to use FASTrack. Curve radius must be determined by door manufacturer; FFI does not advise on minimum/maximum curve radius. If using FASTrack with curved doors, assemble FASTrack bridges at chosen radius, and bend track to insert. Track must meet bridges at 90 degree angle. Do not bend carriages.

FASTrack, for easy installations

Functional Fenestration Inc (FFI) has designed a modular, adjustable system for multiple sliding door tracks. Long-lasting, corrosion-resistant materials: Stainless Steel & Brass, or Class I anodized aluminum.

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