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Stainless Steel Exterior Door Specifications

Stainless Steel Door Construction

 

     Premium Class Door Construction                            Normal Class Door Construction

(standard for all doors)                                                                               (contact customer service for pricing)

 

*Aluminum frame "Thermo" with thermal break                                *Wooden frame

*Reinforced construction                                                                       *Double lock

*Triple lock

*Electric latch for fingerprint access control (optional)

*Insulated core

 

 

 

 

 

Door Profile Cutoff

            

 

Available Design Configurations

 

 

Standard Colors

 

 

Non-standard colors from the RAL chart or Exotic Wood Chart are available for additional $100 per door.

 

 

 

Exterior Door Swing Direction

 

Glass Options:

 

1. Sand.

2. Frosted.

3. Reflective.

 

 

 

Aluminum Frame "Thermo" keeps you warm in the winter and cool in the summer.

High thermal insulation means less wasted heat and energy. Aluminum frames "Thermo" are more energy efficient than stainless steel frames. The frame is constructed in such a way to avoid any thermal bridges. A piece of composite material with higher thermal resistance separates interior and exterior parts of the frame, thus preventing heat transfer.

 

In additional to higher R values, aluminum frames are corrosion resistant, which makes them suitable for harsh enviroments such as coastal regions.

 

 

 

Heat Transfer Schematics

 

 

 

1 - Insulated door slab

2 - Insulated frame

  Thermal bridges

 

Why doors freeze?

A regular metal door, wether it's insulated or not, will freeze. It doesn't matter how much insulation implemented and how thick is a metal sheet. A metal door is constructed with a closed metal profile (a hollow metal profile with closed cross section). Stainless steel has a high thermal conductivity. Freezing happens fast.

To avoid freezing, VilleDoors implements metal profiles with "thermorupture". A piece of material with low thermal conductivity divides interior and exterior parts of the door.

 

 

Sample of a bad insulated door. Condensate, or as a result, frost is formed on the warmer, interior side. It's a natural physical process, when there is a big difference in temperature inside and outside, supported by humidity and cold metal surface in a warm invironment.

 

 

Same conception applies for hot regions, such as Miami, Florida. Well insulated door helps to save energy for an air conditioned room. 

 

 

 

Stainless Steel Frames are less expensive. They are widely used when exceptional thermal insulation is not required. Stainless steel frames are good for regions with a moderate climate, that is neither too hot nor too cold. It is not violent nor is it subject to extreme weather condition but is mostly mild or calm. However, stainless steel frames are available only for single doors. Doors with sidelites and transoms come with aluminum frame "Thermo". Contact customer service for pricing.

 

Frame A                                                                                                             Frame B

Single Door Dimensions for Aluminum Frame "Thermo" and Steel Frame A

 

Door Frame and Brick Opening Dimensions for Doors with Aluminum Frames "Thermo"

 

Door Slab Width
Sp[inch]

 

Door Slab Height
Hs[inch]

 

Door Frame Width
Sc[inch]

 

Door Frame Height
Hc[inch]

 

Minimum Wall Opening Width
So[inch]

Recommended mounting space is at least 3/8" on each side

Minimum Wall Opening Height
Ho[inch]

Recommended mounting space is at least 3/8" on each side

32 1/2 79 1/3 36 1/2 81 2/3 37 3/16 82
36 1/2 79 1/3 40 1/2 81 2/3 41 1/16 82
           

 

 

 

 

 

Single Door Dimensions for Steel Frame B

 

Door Frame and Brick Opening Dimensions for Doors with Stainless Steel Frames

 

Door Slab Width
Sp[inch]

 

Door Slab Height
Hs[inch]

 

Door Frame Width
Sc[inch]

 

Door Frame Height
Hc[inch]

 

Minimum Wall Opening Width
So[inch]

Recommended mounting space is at least 3/8" on each side

Minimum Wall Opening Height
Ho[inch]

Recommended mounting space is at least 3/8" on each side

32 1/2 79 1/3 35 3/4 81 1/2

34 1/8 (frame B)

36 1/2 (frame A)

80 1/2 (frame B)

82 (frame A)

36 1/2 79 1/3 39 11/16 81 1/2

38 1/8 (frame B)

40 7/16 (frame A)

80 1/2 (frame B)

82 (frame A)

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stainless Steel Double Doors

 

"Glasgow" Double Exterior Door

 

 

 

Minimum Wall Opening Width, [inch] Minimum Wall Opening Height, [inch] Main Door Width, [inch] Sidelite width, [inch] Door Frame Width, [inch]
49 82 32 1/2 12 48 1/2
53 82 36 1/2

32 1/2

12

16

52 1/2
57 82 36 1/2 16 56 1/2
         

 

 

 

 

 

 

Doors with Glass Sidelites and Transom

 

Sidelites can be produced in two versions. The first one has the same design as the main door (see the picture above). The second version is made with glass from bottom to top.

 

                   

 

 

 

Sidelites and Transom Options

Glass Sidelites are available in the following widths: 8", 12", 16", 20".

Transoms are available in the following heights: 8", 12", 16", 20".

 

 

Door Hardware and Additional Options

 

Door handle AXA comes in stainless steel or gold finish.

Door electric strike comes as standard feature for all orders. It is wired for optional fingerprint access control.

       

 

 

 

Lock insert                                                   Peephole                                              Non-Hold Open Surface closer

 

 

Entry Door Pull Handles

 

1.  59" straight

2.  47" straight

3.  59" Curve

4.  35" Curve

Standard option. Long pull handle from one side and regular door lever from the other side. Long pull handle from both sides. $120

 

Bi-color option $150

Door kick plate is optional at no additional cost.

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