hospital stops lead lined

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Hospital Stops are located at the bottom of the frame jambs and/or mullions. The integral door stops are terminates above floor line and is closed with a 45° or 90° angle to facilitate cleaning at ...
Hospital Stops are available as either: 45° Hospital Stop - the stop of the frame terminates at a 45° angle 90° Hospital Stop - the stop of the frame terminates at a 90° angle The type of hos...
Yes, hospital stops are available on fire rated frames. Maximum approval = 3 hour Maximum sizes:  singles up to 4'0" x 8'0" pairs up to 8'0" x 8'0" Maximum hospital stop height 6" from bot...
Lead lining is not needed, since the channel or through bolt is solid and the x-rays will not penetrate the solid metal.
Ives does not offer any lead lined pivots.  Some of the Ives pivots can be used on lead lined doors such as the 7230F, 7237F, 7230F/7237F Int.  The hole pattern for the mounting screws are offs...
Not specifically for lead lined doors.  But the standard hinges should work and not hit the lead lining in the door.  Since standard lead layers vary, check with door manufacturer an...
The door template L1 states: "Lead Lining: When L9000-Series or L400-Series locks are ordered with lead lining, add 1/8" to the width of the mortise cut-out on the lock case cover side of installa...
The ND lead lined option is specified by XN12-307 and consists of two 1/16” thick rose plates, a single 1/8” button/cylinder plate and a 1/16” latch sleeve.