What is difference between H series and L series doors?

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The L-Series doors are designed for virtually all construction requirements in commercial building applications. They have also been tested and approved for uniform wind load per ASTM E330.  ...
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, ...
HH hurricane rated devices usually have a deferent strike and fire rated mullion. Standard 98/99 series exit devices can be converted to HH by changing the strike and mullion on pair of doors. ...
Yes, stainless steel doors and frames are available. Door Construction: LS-Series: Visible edge seams Door construction similar to the L-Series LSW-Series: Seamless with we...
FM Global is an independent underwriting agency with listing, in-plant inspection, and labeling capabilities. FM fire rated doors and frames are available, however there are a minimal amount ...
A-Series, B-Series, CE-Series, H-Series, L-Series, PW-Series, SL-Series, T-Serries; Laminate, Welded, Welded Steel Stiffened, Visible Edge Seam, Seamless Edge, Welded Edge Seam, DR
The SL-Series door is a square edge non-handed door. A Hinge Filler  (also referred to as Hinge Spacer) is the small removable trim part located on the door between hinge leaf and hinge reinforcem...
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...
Door cores are available as follows: L-Series SL-Series and A14-Series Doors: Honeycomb core is standard Polystyrene core is optional Polyurethane core is optional CE-Serie...