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Endura Flap Vinyl Sliding Glass Cat Door

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Endura Flap Vinyl Sliding Glass Cat Door

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  • Cat door panel designed specifically for vinyl sliding glass doors in severe weather climates
  • Durable panel designed to resist extreme heat and cold 
  • Sliding glass door panel for cats has dual-pane, Low-E glass that reduces UV rays and infrared light
  • Tool-free DIY installation in tracks 1-1/2" to 1-3/4" thick 
  • Secure locking cover included to protect your home 
  • Magnets on all sides of the flap withstand drafts, leaks, and winds up to 50mph
  • 19-21 Business Days Delay in shipping 
Withstands Harsh Weather Withstands Harsh Weather
Fits Vinyl Sliders Seamlessly Fits Vinyl Sliders Seamlessly
Installs in Just a Few Minutes Installs in Just a Few Minutes

Product Details

  • Vinyl frame applies seamlessly into vinyl sliding door tracks at least 1.5" thick 
  • Semi-permanent pet door for small pets has a spring-loaded design, which means that no tools are necessary for installation
  • Engineered to withstand temperatures from  -40℉ to 110
  • Flap lined with magnets on three sides to stay shut in winds up to 50mph 
  • Magnetic closure ensures the utmost energy efficiency and keeps the flap opening sealed during rough weather
  • Flexible flap rotates on a rod to prevent tearing the top 
  • Dual-pane, Low-E glass, which blocks harsh light without compromising the amount of natural lights coming in
  • Quality of flap ensures that it stays flexible in extreme temperatures
  • Includes a secure locking cover to limit cat access when needed 

Need help installing? Check out our Vinyl Sliding Glass Door Installation page.

Find The Best Pet Door Size For My Pet

A

Pet Height: inches

B

Pet Width: inches

Please fill the above fields.

Size Chart

Flap SizeFlap DimensionStep Over HeightOverall Panel WidthStock NO
Small 6" w x 11" h4" 11 1/8"01PPV06

Height Options:

  • Short: 74 ¾" - 77 ¾"
  • Regular: 77 ¼" - 80 ¼"

If your measured track height is near the bottom of the adjustment range then you should review a Note of Caution. Wondering how to measure your track? Review our Track Measuring Guide.

Additional Information

Color

White

Your Maximum Pet Size

Cats, Large Cats, Small Dogs, Medium Dogs, Large Dogs, X-Large Dogs

Climate Suitability

Severe-4 Season, Temperate-3 Season, Mild or Utility

House Locking Method

C-Clamp Lock

Sealing Value

Very High

Wind Resistance

Very High

Installation Instructions

 


 

double flap vinyl panel diagram

 

Endura Flap Vinyl Panels have an adjustable step-over feature that allows you to adjust the height of the flap to fit your pet. The top of the flap should be positioned at least 1" above the top of your pet's shoulders.

If the factory setting is not suitable for your pet, please adjust it following either the single flap (see page 6) or double flap (see page 9) process. If the current setting is suitable, proceed to the Installation Instructions below.

INSTRUCTIONS

install hole plugs for double flap

If you purchased a double flap unit and you did not adjust the step-over height, you will need to install the hole plugs. Use the wooden end of a hammer, a rubber mallet, or another non-metal tool to tap the hole plugs over the eight exposed frame screws.

loosen thumbscrews to adjust height

Step 1: Loosen the thumbscrews at the top of the panel. This allows the spring mechanism to move freely up and down.

inserting panel in upper track

Step 2: Insert the panel into the upper track of your door frame, push the panel into the spring mechanism, then swing the bottom of the panel up and over the threshold into the lower track rail.

If you can't clear the track, try swinging in from the outside, as the outside track wall may be shorter. If the panel still doesn't fit, see the FAQ for guidance.

Step 3: Once you are confident that the panel fits, remove the panel from the track and lay it on its side on the ground. Apply the foam weatherstrip seal by peeling back the paper and exposing the adhesive. Unroll it along the edge of the panel, pressing to ensure it adheres. Install on both sides and trim to fit with scissors.

put on weather stripping

 

tighten thumbscrews

Step 4: Place the panel back into the sliding glass door, then tighten the thumbscrews to lock it in place.

ADJUSTING STEPOVER HEIGHT

SINGLE FLAP PANELS

Please Note: Panels with a Small, Medium or Large Flap will have one adjustable spacer and one adjustable seal extrusion. Panels with an Extra-Large flap will have two adjustable spacers and two adjustable seal extrusions.

Step 1: Lay the entire panel on a flat surface. Using a #2 Phillips head screwdriver, remove the bottom set of side-screws. Loosen the middle set of side-screws one turn. Next, remove the bottom crosspiece by sliding it down and out from the panel.

removing bottom crosspiece

 

Step 2: Now that the bottom crosspiece is removed, the remaining pet door assembly, adjustable spacer(s), and adjustable seal extrusion(s) (see page 1) can be removed by sliding the sections down and out of the panel.

Step 3: Replace the pet door assembly, adjustable spacer(s), adjustable seal extrusions(s), and bottom crosspiece by sliding them back in a different order (see next page) to achieve the desired height. You can move the spacer(s) above or below the pet door assembly to lower or raise the flap height.

Please Note: The order is important - the bottom crosspiece with the track cutout must always be at the bottom, as that is where the bottom side-screws attach. Make sure to position the adjustable spacer(s) so that the flap frame interlocks with the channel.

adjustable spacer

 

Please Note: You will also ned to move the adjustable seal extrusion to the new location to rest between the adjustable spacer and the adjacent crosspiece.

white connector pieces

 

Step 4: Once the desired flap height is achieved, replace and tighten the botom side-screws and tighten the middle side-screws.

Please Note: If the white connector piece fall off of the Bottom Crosspiece, the diagrams below picture how to orient the connector back onto both sides of the Bottom Crosspiece.

unscrewing four fram screws

 

DOUBLE FLAP PANELS

Step 1: Lay the entire panel on a flat surface. Use a #2 Phillips head screwdriver to unscrew the four frame screws from the flap frames to separate them, then set them aside.

loosen sets of side screws one turn

 

Step 2: Loosen both the middle and bottom sets of side-screws one turn.

adjustable seal extrusion

 

Step 3: Once the bottom and middle side-screws are loosened, slide the spacer(s) down to the bottom of the panel. Pull the adjustable seal extrusion(s) (see page 2) down and out to place it between the adjustable spacer and the adjacent crosspiece.

 

You can move the spacer(s) above or below the flap to raise or lower it until the desired flap height is achieved.

Step 4: Once the desired flap height is achieved, tighten the bottom and middle side-screws.

Step 5: To reinstall the pet door assembly, sandwich the interior and exterior frames on either side of the panel how they came. Insert the four frame screws through the pet door frames. Do not fully tighten the screws until all four are inserted and the pet door is level.

Once the pet door is leveled, tighten the screws so that the frames are secured and flush with the panel. Do not overtighten.

Step 6: Use the wooden end of a hammer, a rubber mallet, or another non-metal tool to tap the hole plugs over the eight exposed frame screws.

adjustable seal extrusion

 

LOCKING YOUR DOOR

Since you cannot lock your sliding glass door to the panel, we have provided you with a sliding door clamp lock to secure your home.

Installing the sliding door clamp: This clamp has a screw that tightens by hand to prevent the sliding door from moving beyond the clamp's placement. For doors manufactured with the glass slider on the inside track, the lock can usually be installed on the door's raised track.

locking options

 

If you aren't able to use the lock that comes with the panel:

A great alternative to locking your sliding glass door is a Charley bar or dowel. Both block the slider from opening. When engaged, you cannot pull the sliding door away from the pet door panel.

how to lock your slider

Videos

Installation Video


How to Measure Your Door for a Sliding Glass Pet Door


Variable Magnetic Resistance


The Leaf Blower Test


Endura Flap Dog Doors Durability

FAQ

Is this the same as the Thermo Panel 3e?

This is very similar in that it has the same height ranges, flap sizes, and dual-pane Low-e glass. However, this vinyl panel is specifically made to fit better in the wider vinyl slider tracks. Read about the differences between vinyl and aluminum pet door panels here.

Will it fit all vinyl sliding glass doors?

This panel fits doors that have a recessed track at least 1-1/2" wide, with a rail in the bottom that is about the size of a pencil. The panel is made with a small channel that will case over that little rail

Does it lock?

We do include a c-clamp lock to lock the panel in place in your slider track. However, the panel does not mate with your existing sliding door lock. You can also use a Charley bar or wooden dowel for additional security.

Can an intruder remove it from the outside?

The thumbscrews are on the inside of the house so you cannot loosen them from the outside.

Does the flap lock?

The vinyl sliding cat door panel comes with a secure locking cover to block access to the flap when needed.

Does this panel insulate well?

Yes, it insulates very well. The flap is lined with magnets on three sides to stay shut in winds up to 50mph. The glass in the panel is dual-pane, Low-E for maximum insulation.

How do I measure for it?

You will want to measure from the deepest part (down past the little metal rail) in the bottom, then all the way up to the deepest part inside the top track for your track height.

Does it come in any color other than white?

No, but the vinyl can be painted to match your home.

What if my track is wider than 1-1/2"?

It will still work if your track is wider, but if the channel in the bottom, top, or side measures less than that you will not be able to fit it into place properly.

Does your door have to be vinyl?

No, this can work for aluminum sliders with tracks at least 1.5" thick.

Is the flap flexible?

It is flexible, but since it is two pieces sandwiched together it is a little stiffer and heavier than the more economical vinyl flaps.

Is the flap clear?

It is a little foggy, but it is see-through so it's easy for pets to use.

Will this form condensation like the aluminum panels?

Nope! One of the benefits of a vinyl panel is that it won't "sweat" in cold weather the way aluminum panels can.

Warranty

Endura Flap products have a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship under standard regular use. Damage caused by not using the product as intended, improper installation, and chewing is not covered under this warranty.

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06/24/2019
Russ
Great quality, as always!

Having used an Endura Flap product in the past, I was happy to try their new product. Its nice to see they put effort into quality. Would highly recommend this door for easy installation and aesthetic appeal. The included draft stopper and weather stripping was also a nice touch for extra protection; made my life easy.

Endura Flap Vinyl Sliding Glass Cat Door

Small / 77.25" - 80.25" Edit

Endura vinyl cat door for sliding door in Size Small. Spring loaded design and tension fit for a no tools installation.

Find The Best Pet Door Size For My Pet

A

Pet Height: inches

B

Pet Width: inches

Please fill the above fields.

Flap SizeFlap DimensionStep Over HeightOverall Panel WidthStock NO
Small 6" w x 11" h4" 11 1/8"01PPV06

Height Options:

  • Short: 74 ¾" - 77 ¾"
  • Regular: 77 ¼" - 80 ¼"

If your measured track height is near the bottom of the adjustment range then you should review a Note of Caution. Wondering how to measure your track? Review our Track Measuring Guide.

Color

White

Your Maximum Pet Size

Cats, Large Cats, Small Dogs, Medium Dogs, Large Dogs, X-Large Dogs

Climate Suitability

Severe-4 Season, Temperate-3 Season, Mild or Utility

House Locking Method

C-Clamp Lock

Sealing Value

Very High

Wind Resistance

Very High

Installation Instructions

 


 

double flap vinyl panel diagram

 

Endura Flap Vinyl Panels have an adjustable step-over feature that allows you to adjust the height of the flap to fit your pet. The top of the flap should be positioned at least 1" above the top of your pet's shoulders.

If the factory setting is not suitable for your pet, please adjust it following either the single flap (see page 6) or double flap (see page 9) process. If the current setting is suitable, proceed to the Installation Instructions below.

INSTRUCTIONS

install hole plugs for double flap

If you purchased a double flap unit and you did not adjust the step-over height, you will need to install the hole plugs. Use the wooden end of a hammer, a rubber mallet, or another non-metal tool to tap the hole plugs over the eight exposed frame screws.

loosen thumbscrews to adjust height

Step 1: Loosen the thumbscrews at the top of the panel. This allows the spring mechanism to move freely up and down.

inserting panel in upper track

Step 2: Insert the panel into the upper track of your door frame, push the panel into the spring mechanism, then swing the bottom of the panel up and over the threshold into the lower track rail.

If you can't clear the track, try swinging in from the outside, as the outside track wall may be shorter. If the panel still doesn't fit, see the FAQ for guidance.

Step 3: Once you are confident that the panel fits, remove the panel from the track and lay it on its side on the ground. Apply the foam weatherstrip seal by peeling back the paper and exposing the adhesive. Unroll it along the edge of the panel, pressing to ensure it adheres. Install on both sides and trim to fit with scissors.

put on weather stripping

 

tighten thumbscrews

Step 4: Place the panel back into the sliding glass door, then tighten the thumbscrews to lock it in place.

ADJUSTING STEPOVER HEIGHT

SINGLE FLAP PANELS

Please Note: Panels with a Small, Medium or Large Flap will have one adjustable spacer and one adjustable seal extrusion. Panels with an Extra-Large flap will have two adjustable spacers and two adjustable seal extrusions.

Step 1: Lay the entire panel on a flat surface. Using a #2 Phillips head screwdriver, remove the bottom set of side-screws. Loosen the middle set of side-screws one turn. Next, remove the bottom crosspiece by sliding it down and out from the panel.

removing bottom crosspiece

 

Step 2: Now that the bottom crosspiece is removed, the remaining pet door assembly, adjustable spacer(s), and adjustable seal extrusion(s) (see page 1) can be removed by sliding the sections down and out of the panel.

Step 3: Replace the pet door assembly, adjustable spacer(s), adjustable seal extrusions(s), and bottom crosspiece by sliding them back in a different order (see next page) to achieve the desired height. You can move the spacer(s) above or below the pet door assembly to lower or raise the flap height.

Please Note: The order is important - the bottom crosspiece with the track cutout must always be at the bottom, as that is where the bottom side-screws attach. Make sure to position the adjustable spacer(s) so that the flap frame interlocks with the channel.

adjustable spacer

 

Please Note: You will also ned to move the adjustable seal extrusion to the new location to rest between the adjustable spacer and the adjacent crosspiece.

white connector pieces

 

Step 4: Once the desired flap height is achieved, replace and tighten the botom side-screws and tighten the middle side-screws.

Please Note: If the white connector piece fall off of the Bottom Crosspiece, the diagrams below picture how to orient the connector back onto both sides of the Bottom Crosspiece.

unscrewing four fram screws

 

DOUBLE FLAP PANELS

Step 1: Lay the entire panel on a flat surface. Use a #2 Phillips head screwdriver to unscrew the four frame screws from the flap frames to separate them, then set them aside.

loosen sets of side screws one turn

 

Step 2: Loosen both the middle and bottom sets of side-screws one turn.

adjustable seal extrusion

 

Step 3: Once the bottom and middle side-screws are loosened, slide the spacer(s) down to the bottom of the panel. Pull the adjustable seal extrusion(s) (see page 2) down and out to place it between the adjustable spacer and the adjacent crosspiece.

 

You can move the spacer(s) above or below the flap to raise or lower it until the desired flap height is achieved.

Step 4: Once the desired flap height is achieved, tighten the bottom and middle side-screws.

Step 5: To reinstall the pet door assembly, sandwich the interior and exterior frames on either side of the panel how they came. Insert the four frame screws through the pet door frames. Do not fully tighten the screws until all four are inserted and the pet door is level.

Once the pet door is leveled, tighten the screws so that the frames are secured and flush with the panel. Do not overtighten.

Step 6: Use the wooden end of a hammer, a rubber mallet, or another non-metal tool to tap the hole plugs over the eight exposed frame screws.

adjustable seal extrusion

 

LOCKING YOUR DOOR

Since you cannot lock your sliding glass door to the panel, we have provided you with a sliding door clamp lock to secure your home.

Installing the sliding door clamp: This clamp has a screw that tightens by hand to prevent the sliding door from moving beyond the clamp's placement. For doors manufactured with the glass slider on the inside track, the lock can usually be installed on the door's raised track.

locking options

 

If you aren't able to use the lock that comes with the panel:

A great alternative to locking your sliding glass door is a Charley bar or dowel. Both block the slider from opening. When engaged, you cannot pull the sliding door away from the pet door panel.

how to lock your slider

Videos

Installation Video


How to Measure Your Door for a Sliding Glass Pet Door


Variable Magnetic Resistance


The Leaf Blower Test


Endura Flap Dog Doors Durability

FAQ

Is this the same as the Thermo Panel 3e?

This is very similar in that it has the same height ranges, flap sizes, and dual-pane Low-e glass. However, this vinyl panel is specifically made to fit better in the wider vinyl slider tracks. Read about the differences between vinyl and aluminum pet door panels here.

Will it fit all vinyl sliding glass doors?

This panel fits doors that have a recessed track at least 1-1/2" wide, with a rail in the bottom that is about the size of a pencil. The panel is made with a small channel that will case over that little rail

Does it lock?

We do include a c-clamp lock to lock the panel in place in your slider track. However, the panel does not mate with your existing sliding door lock. You can also use a Charley bar or wooden dowel for additional security.

Can an intruder remove it from the outside?

The thumbscrews are on the inside of the house so you cannot loosen them from the outside.

Does the flap lock?

The vinyl sliding cat door panel comes with a secure locking cover to block access to the flap when needed.

Does this panel insulate well?

Yes, it insulates very well. The flap is lined with magnets on three sides to stay shut in winds up to 50mph. The glass in the panel is dual-pane, Low-E for maximum insulation.

 

How do I measure for it?

You will want to measure from the deepest part (down past the little metal rail) in the bottom, then all the way up to the deepest part inside the top track for your track height.

Does it come in any color other than white?

No, but the vinyl can be painted to match your home.

What if my track is wider than 1-1/2"?

It will still work if your track is wider, but if the channel in the bottom, top, or side measures less than that you will not be able to fit it into place properly.

 

Does your door have to be vinyl?

No, this can work for aluminum sliders with tracks at least 1.5" thick.

 

 

Is the flap flexible?

It is flexible, but since it is two pieces sandwiched together it is a little stiffer and heavier than the more economical vinyl flaps.

Is the flap clear?

It is a little foggy, but it is see-through so it's easy for pets to use.

Will this form condensation like the aluminum panels?

Nope! One of the benefits of a vinyl panel is that it won't "sweat" in cold weather the way aluminum panels can.

Warranty

Endura Flap products have a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship under standard regular use. Damage caused by not using the product as intended, improper installation, and chewing is not covered under this warranty.

Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews
5.0 Based on 1 Reviews
Write a Review

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
R
06/24/2019
Russ
Great quality, as always!

Having used an Endura Flap product in the past, I was happy to try their new product. Its nice to see they put effort into quality. Would highly recommend this door for easy installation and aesthetic appeal. The included draft stopper and weather stripping was also a nice touch for extra protection; made my life easy.

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