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Pemko 18041CNB Double Door Astragal
 

Pemko 18041CNB Astragal

Pemko 18041CNB Double Door Astragal

 
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Pemko Commercial Double Door Astragal 18041

Architectural Builders Supply stocks a full line of commercial door thresholds for exterior commercial doors made from vinyl, rubber neoprene, silicone, aluminum, brass, bronze and stainless steel.

METALS AND FINISHES::
Pemko's extruded metal products are made from: 6063 and 6463 aluminum alloys, and CDA alloy C38500 architectural bronze (brass). Roll-formed metal products are made from stainless steel, high-strength special-purpose zinc alloy, 70-30 yellow brass or 85-15 red brass. Roll-formed aluminum weatherstripping is produced from various alloys selected for the particular properties required. 357SP is made from hot rolled galvanealed steel; the 357SS is made from 304-stainless steel. See the charts (below) for all finish designations. If you do not see the option you require, please inquire with our customer service department about the feasibility of a custom finish. Also, a “Finish Designations” Option Table is shown at the top of every pair of pages as a key for one or more of the products on those pages
FABRICATION OPTIONS:
Pemko offers many fabrication options to fit specific job requirements including beveling, special cuts, rips, tack welds, lead lining, L-notches, U-notches, half notches, full notches, drill, mill and drill, as well as single and double miter returns. Please consult our customer service and / or our engineering departments for details. Custom fabrications are subject to engineering design costs and are quoted on a time and material basis.

FASTENER OPTIONS:

Most products are furnished with standard fasteners. Please refer to specific products or product categories for standard fastener details. When specified, Pemko will furnish special types of available screws and anchors at an extra cost.

INSERTS:

(seals) and Other Materials: Pemko manufactures many products with gasketing inserts (seals). Some products are made completely from non-metallic materials. Please refer to specific parts throughout the catalog for complete information. SiliconSeal (S) attributes can be found in the Edge Sealing Products Section. PemkoPrene™ attributes can also be found in the Edge Sealing Products Section. All vinyl (V) parts and inserts are extruded from the highest quality virgin vinyl and comply with all the requirements specified in Commercial Standard CS 230-60, as developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce. See the Options Table (right) for all insert (seal) designations. Also, the available inserts (seals) for each individual product are shown adjacent to each individual product.

OPTION TABLES:
The following Option Tables are provided for selection of other than standard or normal Finishes, Components, Fabrication, or Fasteners. Since these are other than standard or normal, please allow an appropriate amount of extra lead time for option(s) selected
STANDARD FINISHES
CODE
FINISH DESIGNATIONS
A
MILL FINISH ALUMINUM
B
MILL FINISH EXTRUDED BRONZE (BRASS)
BDC
BRIGHT DIP CLEAR ANODIZED ALUMINUM
BDG
BRIGHT DIP GOLD ANODIZED ALUMINUM
C
CLEAR ANODIZED ALUMINUM
CB
CLADDED BRASS
D
DARK BRONZE ANODIZED ALUMINUM
G
GOLD ANODIZED ALUMINUM
PA
PAINTED ALUMINUM
PB
PAINTED BRONZE ALUMINUM
PD
PAINTED DARK BRONZE ALUMINUM
PG
PAINTED GOLD ALUMINUM
PW
PAINTED WHITE ALUMINUM
S
CLADDED STAINLESS STEEL
SN
SATIN NICKEL ANODIZED ALUMINUM
SP
GALVANEALED STEEL
SS
SEE INDIVIDUAL PART FOR FINSIH
Z
ZINC METAL
AK
SKID RESISTANT PemKoteTM (OR ALUMINUM OR BRONZE)
CODE
SPECIAL ORDER FINISHES
*
BLACK ANODIZED ALUMINUM
*
CHROME PLATED BRONZE
*
GRAY PRIME COATED ALUMINUM
*
POLISHED ALUMINUM, UINCOATED
*
POLISHED BRONZE, UNCOATED
*
SATIN BRUSHED ALUMINUM, UNCOATED
*
SATIN BRUSHED BRONZE, UNCOATED
*
OXIDOZED AND OIL RUBBED BRONZE
*
= NO CODE, SPECIAL ORDER OPTION
CODE
INSERT
ES
economy silicone
F
felt
M
magnetic
H
neoprene
NB
nylon brush
P
pile
PK
PemkoPrene TM
Q
kerf-in foam
R
sponge neoprene
S
SiliconeSeal
SB
soft brush
T
ThermoSeal TM
TF
Triple Foam
V
vinyl
PRODUCT SYMBOLS

These symbols are shown adjacent to products throughout the catalog so that one can readily identify and select products which meet specification and / or code requirements.

AIR

AIR INFILTRATION: Products indicated by this symbol have been air infiltration tested in accordance with the requirements of ASTM E-283 Rate of Air Leakage Through Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors.

Tested To: ASTM E-283

SOUND

SOUND TESTED: Products indicated by this symbol have been acoustically tested in accordance with ASTM E 90-97 Standard Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Airborne Sound Transmission Loss of Building Partitions, and ASTM E 1408-91 Standard Test Method for Laboratory Measurement of Sound Transmission Loss of Door Panels and Door Systems. Tests were conducted by Western Electro-Acoustic Laboratory Inc., and Riverbank Acoustical Laboratory. Both are accredited laboratories for acoustic testing. Contact Pemko or refer to page 10 for recommended
SoundSeal Systems.

Tested To: ASTM E 90-97 and ASTM E 1408-91

SKID

SKID RESISTANT: PemKote™ is a rugged abrasive finish of nickel-aluminum composite which is fused to the metal surface by an exothermic reaction. This process produces an aesthetically pleasing skid resistant coating with extremely high bond strength and excellent resistance to oxidation. Pemkote™ carries a TEN (10) YEAR GUARANTEE, and is available on all Pemko metal thresholds. Pemko highly recommends the use of Pemkote™ for all Barrier-Free Modular Ramps, and as a durable, economical alternative for cast abrasive products. For corrosive applications, request sealant for extra protection.

Pemko provides tested skid resistant walking surfaces that are Listed and Labelled by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.®, including PemKote™ for metal surfaces as well as extruded or molded rubber ramp surfaces such as Pemko “SBR” Series extruded Fire Retardant Rubber Ramps and “RR” Series molded Recycled Rubber Ramps.

Tested To: UL410
Meets requirements of: ASTM D 2047 and Federal Specifications P-F-430C

NO BARRIER

BARRIER FREE: Products indicated by this symbol are access compliant by having installed height differences not over 1/2” with allowable edge and slope conditions. All ramp products have ADA compliant 1:12 slopes: Pemko Modular Ramp Thresholds (Ramps Section), Rubber Ramp Thresholds (Ramps Section), and Recycled Rubber Ramps (Ramps Section). Contact Pemko or refer to page 11 for recommended
BarrierFree Systems.

Meets requirements of: ADAAG-1998 (Amended), ICC / ANSI A117.1-1998, and California Building Code, Title 24

SMOKE 1

SMOKE TESTED: Products indicated by this symbol are Listed by WYLE Laboratories as having been tested in accordance with Underwriters Laboratories Inc.®, Standard UL 1784-1990 Air Leakage Tests of Door Assemblies, and meet the performance criteria for allowable air leakage as specified in NFPA 105-99 Installation of Smoke Control Door Assemblies.

SMOKE 2

SMOKE TESTED: Products indicated by this symbol are Listed and Labeled by Intertek Testing Services (Warnock Hersey) as having been tested in accordance with the Uniform Building Code Standard UBC 7-2 Fire Tests of Door Assemblies Part II (Positive Pressure) and British Standard BS476: Part 31, Section 31.1. Verify application with door and frame manufacturer for compliance.

SMOKE TESTED: Tested & Listed to meet requirements of standards UL1784, UBC7 -2, PART II & BS476

SMOKE 3

SMOKE TESTED: Products indicated by this symbol are listed as Category H (Smoke and Draft Control Gasketing) and Category J (Gasketing materials other than Category G). These materials are surface applied to a door and frame or added to a door assembly to comply with the requirements of the Category. These products are Listed and Labelled by Intertek Testing Services (Warnock Hersey) as having been tested in accordance with the Uniform Building Code Standard UBC 7-2 Fire Tests of Door Assemblies Part II and British Standards BS476:Part 31, Section 31.1 for Positive Pressure.

SMOKE TESTED: Tested & Listed to meet requirements of standards UL1784, UBC7 -2, PART II & BS476

(20 MINUTE ONLY CATAGORY H)

BHMA

BUILDERS HARDWARE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION: Products indicated by this symbol have been voluntarily submitted to rigid third party testing and follow-up audits to confirm that these products fully and continuously meet or exceed the requirements of their underlying ANSI / BHMA Standards. These products are listed in the BHMA Directory of Certified Products, published annually and available for purchase from BHMA. They are also posted and frequently updated on the BHMA web site at www.buildershardware.com. Pemko products are covered by the following; ANSI / BHMA A156.21-2001 Standard for Thresholds, ANSI / BHMA A156.22-2003 Standard for Door Gasketing Systems, and ANSI / BHMA A156.26-2000 Standard for Continuous Hinges.

FIRE 1

FIRE RATED: Products indicated by this symbol are Fire Rated, Classified and Listed to meet the requirements of UL10B, and Certified for Canada. They meet the requirements of ASTM E 2074-00 and NFPA-252. These products are listed as Gasket MATERIAL FOR USE ON LISTED STEEL FRAMES AND CLASSIFIED HOLLOW METAL STEEL COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 3 HOURS, WOOD COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 1-1/2 HOURS AND WOOD CORE FIRE DOORS RATED 20 MINUTES WITHOUT HOSE STREAM. These products have been classified as a result of testing done by Underwriters Laboratories
Inc. ® certifying that these gasket products do not adversely affect the fire resistance of the door or frame according to its rating in the UL Building Materials Directory. Products are regularly checked under the follow-up inspection service for manufacturing compliance with Underwriters Laboratories Inc. ®.

FIRE 2

FIRE RATED: Aluminum continuous hinge for use on swinging type fire doors of the hollow metal, tin clad, sheet metal and steel covered composite type rated up to and including 3 hours. Wood covered composite type rated up to and including 1-1/2 hours, and wood fire doors rated up to and including 20 minutes without hose stream. All hinges meet the criteria of UBC 7-2 Part 1 for Positive Pressure.

POSITIVE PRESSURE

Classified & Listed to meet the requirements of standards UL10B, UL10C, UBC7 -2, PART I & BS476

FIRE 3

FIRE RATED: Products indicated by this symbol are Listed as Gasket MATERIAL FOR USE ON LISTED STEEL FRAMES AND CLASSIFIED HOLLOW METAL STEEL COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 3 HOURS, WOOD COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 1-1/2 HOURS AND WOOD CORE FIRE DOORS RATED 20 MINUTES WITHOUT HOSE STREAM. These products have been classified as a result of testing done by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.®. These products are in compliance with Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.® Standards UL10B and UL10C, Fire tests of Door Assemblies and Uniform Building Code Standard 7-2 Fire Tests of Door Assemblies Part I (Positive Pressure). Products are regularly checked under the follow-up inspection service for manufacturing compliance with Underwriters Laboratories Inc.®. Verify applications with door and frame manufacturer for compliance.

POSITIVE PRESSURE

Classified & Listed to meet the requirements of standards UL10B, UL10C, UBC7 -2, PART I & BS476

FIRE 4

FIRE RATED: Products indicated by this symbol are Listed as Gasket MATERIAL FOR USE ON LISTED STEEL FRAMES AND CLASSIFIED HOLLOW METAL STEEL COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 3 HOURS, WOOD COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 1 1/2 HOURS AND WOOD CORE FIRE DOORS RATED 20 MINUTES WITHOUT HOSE STREAM. These products have been listed as a result of testing by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.®, Intertek Testing Services (Warnock Hersey) and Warrington Fire Research. These products are in compliance with Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.® Standard UL10C, Uniform Building Code Standard 7-2 Fire Tests of Door Assemblies Part I (Positive Pressure), and British Standards BS476: Part 22, 1987. Products are regularly checked under the follow-up inspection service for manufacturing compliance with Underwriters Laboratories Inc.® and Intertek Testing Services (Warnock Hersey). Verify applications with door and frame manufacturer for compliance.

POSITIVE PRESSURE

Classified & Listed to meet the requirements of standards UL10B, UL10C, UBC7 -2, PART I & BS476

FIRE 5

FIRE RATED: Products indicated by this symbol are Listed as Gasket MATERIAL FOR USE ON LISTED STEEL FRAMES AND CLASSIFIED HOLLOW METAL STEEL COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 3 HOURS, WOOD COMPOSITE TYPE FIRE DOORS RATED UP TO AND INCLUDING 1-1/2 HOURS AND WOOD CORE FIRE DOORS RATED 20 MINUTES WITHOUT HOSE STREAM. These products have been listed as a result of testing by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.®, Intertek Testing Services (Warnock Hersey) and Warrington Fire Research. These products are in compliance with Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.® Standards UL10B and UL10C, Fire tests of Door Assemblies and Uniform Building Code Standard 7-2 Fire Tests of Door Assemblies Part I (Positive Pressure), and British Standards BS476: Part 22, 1987. Products are regularly checked under the follow-up inspection service for manufacturing compliance with Underwriters Laboratories Inc.® and Intertek Testing Services (Warnock Hersey). Verify applications with door and frame manufacturer for compliance.

POSITIVE PRESSURE

Classified & Listed to meet the requirements of standards UL10B, UL10C, UBC7 -2, PART I & BS476


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Questions and Answers
Q: Can you replace the brush?
A: Indeed you can, the part number is P516041GR and can be reviewed here:

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if we can assist you by answering further questions or with entering this order and please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: Rich, One of your associates on the phone said I should reach out to you directly for some advice. I'm in the process of converting a bifold pine wood door into a semi-interior set of french doors. I'm calling them semi-interior because they seperate a drafty sleeping porch from the rest of the house. The porch is original to the house which is 100 years old and I'm working to make sure these doors maintain that feel. So far, I've hung the doors and added some vintage handles, but now I need to weatherstrip because we want the doors to seal off the draft from the old sleeping porch and the main part of the house. After that I'll stain and put a finish on them and call it done. The middle rails of the doors come together very close when closing them on the porch side. I've been thinking a brush might be best for where they meet. Here are some pictures:

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any advice is greatly appreciated! Many thanks, Art

A: I see your work and appreciate to time you have spent on the project and can see you want it completed properly. I grew up in a home that was 60 years old and that was in the 1970's, so I know about the challenges with really old homes. This is an easy project to complete.

Very simply I suggest you use the Dorbin 97AS Black Pile Adjustable Double Door Equipment 80" Length as seen here:

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for the stiles and top rail and then I would use the Reese 370A 24" Automatic Door Bottom with Sponge Neoprene insert - Mill Finish Aluminum - Recess Mount as seen here:

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In short, you mortise all parts to each side, it will not only be concealed but you can tailor the projection of these items to suit your conditions, meaning where your gaps are not precisely constant, you can tailor this pile weatherstripping to suit the door, frame, header and sill conditions. This will be the best gasketed doorway in the home. What follow up questions may I attempt to answer?

Q: Can you recommend a router bit to buy for the mortising?
A: The Amana 45428 9/16” diameter x 1-1/4" cutting length x 2-7/8” overall length x 1/2” shank 2 - Flute Carbide Router Bit as seen here:

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and can be purchased here:

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woul dbe the perfect bit for this project.

Q: Fantastic - thank you! I was thinking about doing spring bronze for the top and sides (that's how it's done on the matching door upstairs). Does that make sense and do you sell spring bronze? But, if I'm mortising the meeting rails and the bottom of the door - won't they be in conflict? If so, I assume I'd prioritize the bottom because that's the larger gap. Do you recommend a way to close the bottom gap? My friend loaned me his router so once I understand this part of the project I'll purchase the materials, get this done, and make my wife a warmer and happier person. Many thanks!
A: Sure thing - spring bronze weatherstripping is available in different widths and the different roll lengths - we have a link as seen here:

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that will show you what does roll lengths and widths are and be sure to scroll down to the bottom half of the page to find the 17 foot length kits which would be appropriate for doors up to three foot wide and 7 foot tall and then you'll simply select the width of the gasketing that best meets your requirements and I can tell you that the inch and a quarter is likely the most common and because it's the most common I've placed a link to that here:

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This material will include nails for installation along with a lock strip.

Q: I've gotten the doors ready for weatherizing after all the other prep work. As you can see in the photos I've attached here:

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that they are stained and have hardware now.

Could I use the following: For the Astragal and bottom rails Dorbin 97AS Black Pile Adjustable Double Door Equipment 80" Length as seen here:

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and then Spring Bronze for the side rails?

For the top rails also use the Dorbin 97AS (as above) to close the gap on the lefth and top side, photo above?

The problem is that there's a gap. I know you recommended the Reese 370A Automatic Door Bottom with Sponge Neoprene insert but I'm worried that since these are french doors the spring trigger will push the doors open. If there's no issue with the Resse pushing the door open, what router bit would you recommend? Thank You, Art

A: Using the Dorbin 97AS Gray Pile Adjustable Double Door Equipment 80" Length for your meeting style and bottom rails certainly appears to be acceptable though you would require a gap not greater than 1/2”.

However using them at the bottom rail I think over the long-term may not be the best idea because it will leave a wear pattern on the floor as that pile is making constant contact with the wood floor and will likely create a matte finish over the 90°, or greater, opening and closing arc of the door. This is the reason that I suggested the automatic door bottoms* because that insert and seal will only make contact with the floor when the door is closed so I was assuming that you would have ball or roller latches installed to keep the doors in the closed position. You are correct in your supposition that the spring bias automatic door bottom would force the door to creep open.

Using it at your top rail though would not work because your gap clearly exceeds this dimension. You might consider adding an eighth of an inch shim and then surface mounting the 97AS do depending on your elevation perspective that may prove unsightly. You might also consider adding an extension to the existing stop that would allow you to bring that margin down to 1/8” - I see that it is not symmetrical from left to right however this can be accomplished with carpentry techniques.

Using Spring Bronze as seen here:

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for the hinge jambs would certainly prove a better solution than having nothing there I might be tempted to not use a gasket that is specifically known for exterior applications and is so expensive meaning I might use a self-adhesive products such as the Pemko P240 17ft Roll Closed Cell Soft PVC Foam Tape as seen here:

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or any of its variants as seen here:

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Though I might be inclined to use both of these solutions.

*If you plan on using the automatic door bottom I will detail and include in the order the proper 2 flute carbide router bit necessary to machine the bottom of the wood doors.

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