Hollow Metal Doors

Fire Personnel Doors

Ranging from new panels and frames to hardware and access devices American Door is your one-stop company for superior products and service.


Description

Design Highlights

  • Industrial Grade, designed for Commercial Applications
  • Door is internally reinforced
  • Stiffened and sound deadened by one piece of kraft fiber honeycomb core
  • Securely bonded under pressure to both door frames
  • Honeycomb is 1″ hexagonal cells impregnated with a phenolic resin to resist moisture, decay and rot
  • 16 Gage Metal Frames
  • All welded frames are fabricated with floor anchors and wall anchors as required
  • Frames are mortised, reinforced, drilled and tapped in our factory for templated mortised hardware
  • All knocked down frames are provided with alignment tabs welded to jambs

Extras:

External Locking Knobs:
These are used to gain access to the interior of the building on a blank fire exit door. They allow key access and work in perfect harmony with a crash bar.

Crash Bars:
A crash bar is a mechanism for unlatching a door, consisting of a metal bar fixed horizontally to the front of the door and hinged. It is operated by pushing on it, unlatching and opening the door at the same time. Many countries’ building codes require them on all fire and emergency exits. They are so named because they can be operated by someone “crashing” into them.

Door Closers:
These are used to fit perfectly into any 12-point locking security door, they allow the door to close itself once the door has been pushed open. They are easy to install and ensure security at all times.

Digital Locks:
With over 8000 possible combinations, these digital locks are ideal for good security. They work fantastically well with our blank steel doors and look extremely professional.

Parts & Accessories

  • Windows
  • Entry & Passage Sets
  • Exit Panic Devices
  • Hinges
  • Door Closers
  • Mortise Locks
  • Dead Bolts
  • Alarm Locks
  • Code Locks
  • Magnetic Locks
  • Push/Pull Latches
  • Kick Plates

Powder Coated Available

Powder coating is a type of dry coating, which is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. The main difference between a conventional liquid paint and a powder coating is that the powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.