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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...
Steelcraft follows the industry standards for hinge reinforcement and preparation for both door and frame. Unless otherwise specified all products prepared for butt hinges will have mounting holes ...
Pocket pivot hinges are mainly used in cross corridor applications where clear opening width is a factor. For frames, pocket pivot hinges are a special hinge options which must be spe...
For Steelcraft frame anchor locations refer to the frame "Anchoring Systems" section of Steelcraft's Tech Data Manual pages 2.4.1 thru 201.16.Basic guidelines are as follows:Anchor Quantities:• 3 p...
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...
Steelcraft uses a 7 gage hinge reinforcement for 4 1/2" and 5" butt hinges as standard on all frame series. The hinge reinforcement size for either 4 1/2" or 5" hinges (standard or heavy duty hing...
Steelcraft offers two optional types of reinforcements for open section header to be installed in distributor shop or in the field: Full profile sleeve; is a 14 gauge, 16" long part to fit the p...
Optional closer reinforcements are located at 3" from hinge jamb to the beginning of the reinforcement plate. This applies to Regular Arm, Parallel Arm, Top Jamb. Regular Arm (RA) closer reinfor...
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...