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Solid Core Wood Door and Metal Frame Complete Unit

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Q: Does the $422 dollar standard birch door come finished?
A: It does not. See options 27 through 29 for finishing choices and charges.
Q: Facing the door I am hoping that I ordered a door that has the handle on the left and open INWARD to the right , Correct ?
A: The door you are describing is a Right Hand as seen here:

https://absupply.net/pdf/DoorHanding_Consolidated.pdf

Please let us know if there is anything else we can help with.

Q: I'am looking at the door knob on left of door swing out and to the right. What hand is it?
A: Assuming you are standing on the inside of the opening - the door you have is called a Left Hand Reverse.

The chart as seen here will be of assistance:

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Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take deep pride in our technical expertise, as we know it separates us from our competition, so don't hesitate to ask.

Please reply to this email or contact our sales department 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: is this an exterior door?
A: These doors can be used for exterior applications, although without warranty as is the case for practically all flush solid core wood doors. However we can order a door for you built with structural lumber as a core and Type II exterior grade glue. Please feel free to reach out to our sales department at the link mentioned below to process an order or request a quote.

Is there a follow up question that we can perhaps attempt to answer? We take deep pride in our technical expertise, as we know it separates us from our competition, so don't hesitate to ask.

Please reply to this email or contact our sales department 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: Can I get this door with 6"X32" safety glass
A: Most certainly you can order our Solid Core Wood Door and Metal Frame Complete Unit with a 6"X32" safety glass.

simply order the next largest unit and indicate the 6" x 32" size in the comment field and we will reach out to you for any additional information we would require.

Q: Is a 20 minute label door a real fire door?
A: 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 application, these doors can be specified as either with or without a hose stream test.

  • 20 minute with hose stream: These are openings that have successfully passed a 20 minute fire test, the standard hose stream test and bare a label that specifically states "Twenty-Minute-Rating Fire Door".
  • 20 minute without hose stream: These are openings that have successfully passed a 20 minute fire test but were not subjected to the hose stream test. These doors bare a label that specifically states 'Twenty-Minute-Rating tested Without Hose Stream'.
  • 20 minute without locking/latching hardware: Some areas specify smoke and draft for air leakage only and do not require fire test nor self latching locks. Steelcraft does not offer/support this label/condition.

    Gaskets: Smoke and Draft control door Assemblies must include the appropriate Fire/Smoke Rated Seals.<

  • Intumescent gaskets is not required for hollow metal doors installed in hollow metal frames. Door bottom gasket is not required unless required by the local authority having jurisdiction.
  • 20 minute fire doors are installed into one-hour corridor walls where smoke and draft control is required.
  • Q: Following up with the order of the fire rated wood doors, yes doors are just fine, at least when I left them a couple weeks ago. We shall see going forward. I am keeping my fingers crossed. Doors were all good with size, hardware and glass kit locations. Curiously, the doors were much lighter than original order, by a lot. Why would you think that would be if they were same doors? It does not matter to me, I was just curious. The old doors kicked my ass installing because of weight, so I, being older, have no issues with lighter doors!
    A: Regarding fire-rated doors and the sheer physical weight of them - historically, and my information is admittedly dated, but the construction of fire rated cores has always been done by only two manufacturers. Georgia Pacific (GP) & Weyerhauser. Both do the same job both have the same authorizations and listings and approvals and permissions that can be done to them in general but the GP core constructed doors are simply substantially heavier whereas the Weyerhauser cores we're always outrageously lighter. The difference in weight is simply the difference in the type of core that is manufactured and the way that each of the two manufacturers brings together all of the different base components to create the finished unit (understanding the process beyond this is above my pay-grade). Many years ago when we were manufacturing our own wood doors we specifically decided on Weyerhauser because of - and you guessed it - the weight. Fire rated doors are constructed very easily in fact because when you buy the mineral core, the terminology used, refers to as banded meaning the manufacturer of the cores has already attached the stiles and rails to the door which means that you have to order cores that are banded with the specie of veneer that you desire for the final product - meaning you would have to order some with maple stiles and some with oak stiles and so on (then of course all of the different sizes etc). A bit of a hassle - but it's the only way it's done. Clearly at some point in the last five or so years the wood door manufacturer switched suppliers of mineral core when constructing the fire rated doors. Naturally it's not only the amount of exertion necessary to safely carry those doors when they're heavier but it's also the wear and tear on the hardware and the frame and wall construction through the lifetime of the door itself.
    Q: Can decorative metal panels be installed over the entire surface of fire doors?
    A: Decorative metal panels can only be attached if the panel manufacturer is UL listed in UL’s category GVUZ.
  • All installation, sizes and hourly ratings are in accordance with that manufacturers” listing and instruction.
  • Protection plates may be attached to one or both faces of a door. Plate, or plates must be located in the lower 48” of the door and may not exceed a total of 2304 square inches per face. Attachment of protective plates to the door faces is achieved by a variety of methods such as adhesives, screws or double faced tape.
  • Decorative panels and protective plates may be installed at the jobsite.
  • Decorative metal panels are not the same as plant-ons.

    Plant-ons can be wood, metal or other non-combustible material attachment for max 3 hour ratings.

  • The only approved attachment method is using double faced tape (3M #969, 3M #950 or 3M #444).
  • Mechanical fastening is not approved.
  • Trim, molding, and plant-ons do not include wood veneer. Wood veneer may not be applied to Steelcraft fire doors. Trim and molding may have a minimum thickness of 1/8” and a maximum thickness of 1-1/4”. Trim, molding, and plant-ons may not cover more than 60% of the surface of the door.
  • Plant-ons and decorative metal panels are not the same items.
  • Q: Can Drywall Slip-on frames be welded?
    A: Drywall Slip-on frames are recommended and designed to be installed as KD (Knock Down) assemblies and not recommended to be welded (SUA). If a DW-Series or K-Series is welded prior to installation it is no longer considered a "Drywall Slip-on" frame due to the installation process.

    Universal anchors are designed to be field snapped into MU-Series frames but will also snap into Drywall Slip-on frames and is only done:

  • If required by the architect.
  • A distributor can use a DW of K series frame and convert it to a MU-Series frame construction. This would only be recommended if the jobsite requirements are critical.
  • In those applications manufacturers recommend using the masonry series frames which will have a complete line of wall anchors.
  • Q: How do I determine the hand of a door?
    A: A LHR (left hand reverse) door uses a RH (right hand) door closer. A RHR (right hand reverse) door uses a LH (left hand) door closer.

    A door can be handed in several ways. The easiest way is to stand on the Push side of the door.

    Push the door away from you as if you are going to walk thru the opening. If the hinges are on your right, it is a RH door. If the hinges are on the left, it is a LH door. If you are on the pull side (hinge side) of the door, and the hinges are on your right, it is a LH door. If the hinges are on the left, it is a RH door

    To determine the hand of a door, view the door from the outside, security side or key side of door.

    Once there identify which side are the hinges located on the, right or left side of the opening. then identify:

  • If the door swings away from the viewer, (push the door open) it is considered a straight hand door. Left Hand (LH) or Right hand (RH), which ever side the hinges are on.
  • If the door swings to the viewer, (pull the door open) then it is considered a reverse swing door. Hinges on the left, it is a Left Hand Reverse (LHR), hinges on the right, it is a Right Hand Reverse (RHR)

    See the image here:

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    Go to the push side of the door opening. See above illustration. If door swings out to the left, it needs a left hand door closer. If door swings out to the right, it needs a right hand door closer.

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