NOMINAL AND NET DOOR

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Door Opening Size
Door Opening Size
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...
Hinge Spacing: All 4 1/2" and 5" butt hinge spacing 1. Opening heights 3'0" through 4'11 15/16" (one pair butt hinges) from under head CL 9 3/4" (top of door 9 5/8") from bottom of frame ...
Hinge Backset: On the frame = 5/16" On the door = 1/4"
Lock Spacing: All standard bored locks ANSI 115.2 (161, 61L type), for mortise lock ANSI 115.1 (86 type) all locations must be altered 3/8" lower, and standard strike (ASA type). 1. Opening ...
The programming processes for Allegion devices can be both product and features specific.  Some products programming processes are electronic in nature, others are physical in nature. &nbs...
All Steelcraft doors are a nominal 1 3/4" thick. Special door thicknesses are not available.
Blast and pressure resistant doors protect people and property from explosions and shrapnel. More damage is generally caused by shrapnel than the blast itself, and a properly specified and engineer...
Steelcraft Blast Resistant Assemblies meet the following Blast Test Standards:                    ...
Maximum nominal (overall) single door sizes are as follows: L-Series (Laminated Door) 20 Gage = 3’ 0” wide X  8’ 0” high 18 Gage = 4’ 0” wide X 10’ 0” high 16 Gage = 4’ 0” wide X 10...
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.