GLASS CUTTING WIDTH

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The GCS (Glass Cutting Size) is determined by adding 1 1/4" to EGS (Exposed Glass Size) to both the height and width dimensions. Ex: EGS = 20" w. x 30" h. GCS = 21 1/4" wide x 31 1/4" high St...
When dealing with glass lights in doors, there are three (3) critical dimensions which must be coordinated: Exposed Glass Size (EGS) - the horizontal and/or vertical dimensional size of the vision...
Minimum dimensions to cutouts for glass lights: Vertical edge of door to edge of cutout = 5 29/32" Top of door to top of cutout = 6" Bottom of door to bottom of cutout = 10" Reinforcing chann...
The 2670 Guard X device can't be cut down to fit doors less than 3 feet.  This device is designed to fit doors 36"-48" door width.
Glass Light is a preparation in a door for view window, vision and/or glazing including glass stop and glazing bead and may also be refereed to as a lite. Doors are available with a wide variety o...
Window kits are available for Steelcraft doors as either factory installed or prepared and installed by a distributor. Factory prepared light cutouts are supplied with Dezigner trim as st...
Dutch doors are available as Fire Rated door assemblies and have similar component requirements as a single leaf fire door. Exceptions are as follows: The Dutch Door assembly must have a lock...
On fire rated transom and/or sidelight frames and fire rated window frames, Steelcraft labeling procedures only control the O/A width and/or height of the frames based on wall condition. The amount...
A fire rated door for 3 hours can have one glass light maximum: 100 square inches and must have an approved glass (Firelite type) Max glass size cannot exceed 12" in width or 33" in height. Wi...