Are astragals required on dutch doors?

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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...
Use the 575-2 strike with 9975 device on a pair of 1 3/4" thick doors with overlapping astragal mounting on the exterior of the active door. The strike lip has been cut off to eliminate any interfe...
When factory installed on GrainTech® doors: Finish Stain - YES, top caps, bottom caps and astragals are stained (prior to attachment) to match the GrainTech® door finish. GrainTech® Steel - NO, t...
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...
Astragal must be applied to pull side of active leaf, since placing the stragal on the inside of the inactive leaf will interfere with the active door closing.
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 ...
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...
All 3 hour fire rated pairs of doors do require an astragal when used without a removable hardware mullion. Pairs of doors with removable hardware mullions are treated and listed as 2 single doors...
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...