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If the door hits the frame (or rubs on the rabbet of the head or jamb) the frame is out of square and improperly installed. Door edge rubbing on the rabbet - shimming the hinges may resolve the...
The difference between the Brass version 482B and the Aluminum version 482A is the size and design as well as the base material and available accessories.  The Brass version  482B comes w...
To determine Actual Door Size, the following values are subtracted from nominal door size (frame opening/order size) Actual Door Size: The largest measured width by height of the door leaf as m...
The sliding door edge pull is part number 230.
Hinge manufacturers do not require or recommend that doors should be reinforced for continuous hinges. Steelcraft does not reinforce for continuous hinges unless it is specified on the customers' P...
Steelcraft does offer two types of seamless edge construction that support SDI classification standard Model 2 -seamless. Filled Edge: Epoxy fill, two part epoxy filled and dressed smooth. (LF, ...
Levels and Models (covered in ANSI A250.8 (SDI 100) "Recommended Specifications for Standard Steel Doors and Frames") are SDI term aid in the selection and specification pr...
GrainTech® is available with very broad fire ratings. The option of GrainTech® does not affect the fire rating of the door. Fire ratings depend on the door series, hardware and applications. ...
GrainTech® is a Steelcraft door option which provides a wood grained pattern which is embossed into both face sheets of the door. GrainTech doors are factory stained and top coated with a cle...
For hurricane applications, seamless edges are available as an option: H-Series doors are available with optional seamed filled (HF) seam welded (HW) door edges. HE-Series doors are a...