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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 ...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Monorail cutouts are typically the upper corner of door. Channels are cut to size welded into door held flush to cutout. We do not supply any covers or plates to finish.
The size monorail cutout is 8" wide x 24" high
Monorail cutouts are only available for non fire rated applications.
The 4011 and 4021 use the same closer body but other components are different. The 4011 mounts "pull" side. When ordered as a 4011, it comes with a 6-3/8" rod and shoe, pull side instruction...
Fire labels (UL, ITS/WHI or FM) are located as follows: Butt Hinges and Pivots: On the doors the fire label is located on the hinge edge between the top and 2nd hinge preparation. On the fram...
The 20 minute Fire Rating is a valid label and are commonly referred to as "Smoke and Draft control door assemblies". Depending on the local fire code and the openings's applica...