Where are dutch doors used?

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Maximum Dutch Door sizes are: Non Labeled = 4'0" wide X 8'0" High Labeled = 4'0" wide X 7'2" High Special sized Dutch Doors are available: Special size top and/or bottom leaves are availabl...
Yes, an automatic operator can be installed on a Dutch door. The operator must be installed on the top leaf of the Dutch door. Only the top half will open unless the top and bottom leaves (se...
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...
Types of astragal offered from Steelcraft are as follows: "Z" Astragal - For information on "Z" astragal types and attachment refer to the TD Manual page 3.3.17. Most commonly used on double ...
An Astragal is an applied molding attached most commonly to the meeting edge of doors to: Protection against weather conditions Minimize the passage of light between the doors Retard the passa...
The Von Duprin Chexit-BOCA has special software. Following is the function of this software: When Chexit device push bar is pushed and goes into alarm it will release in 15/30 sec...
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...
Dutch doors are available as Fire Rated door assemblies and have similar component requirements as a single leaf fire door. Exceptions are as follows: The Dutch Door assembly must have a lock...
A Dutch Door is a door having two separate leaves, hung one over the other: Usually equipped so that both leaves can be operated Usually in single doors applications but sometimes specified ...
Astragals are required on: 3 hour fire rated pairs: Double doors - swinging in the same direction Double Egress - swinging in opposite directions Fire rated Dutch Doors Fire rated 1 3/4" t...