Insulated Hollow metal doors

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Dezigner Trim – This unique and patented glass trim has been designed to closely simulate trims installed in wood doors and is factory: Supplied recessed into the door face, to provide a neat f...
Flush Mounted Steel Trim for Insulated glass – Designed for 1” thick insulated glass. Recessed into the surface of the door face Accommodates 1" (25 mm) thick glass. When installed, fastener...
Overlapping Steel Trim (also refer to as conventional steel trim) – This trim is the typical glass trim supplied by most hollow metal manufacturers. Surface mounted on the door face. Accommo...
Flush Mounted Steel Trim – This trim is similar to Overlapping Steel Trim but is factory supplied recessed into the door face and is available for 1/4” glass. Glazing stops are screw attached, fast...
 Basic glass trim details:
1 3/4" is the standard door thickness. Steelcraft only makes a nominal 1 3/4" thick door. A 1 3/8" was made for light duty commercial applications but that product was discontinued in 1999.