Monday, December 04, 2006

stainless steel doors and windows

Materials304 - non-hardenable, austenitic (non-magnetic) low carbon chromium-nickel steel which has a good general purpose corrosion resistance. 316 - non-hardenable, austenitic chromium-nickel steel with superior corrosion and heat resistance qualities. Sometimes referred to as "marine stainless". This grade is non-magnetic in the annealed condition. 316L is also available.

Stainless Steel Door ConstructionThe core construction meets or exceeds HMMA 861 or comparable SDI standards. Option 1 - Minimum 16 ga. skins. All hinge and lock reinforcing is 3/16" pre-drilled and tapped, backed by 12 ga. galvanized perimeter channels to distribute the stress through the door. Intermediate stiffeners are used to maintain flatness. Sound deadened and solidified through a polystyrene foamed in place process (as opposed to a board glued to the surface), cured and chemically bonded to interior surfaces. Option 2 - (UL Fire rated construction) Minimum 16 ga. skins. All hinge and lock reinforcing is 3/16" pre-drilled and tapped, backed by 12 ga. galvanized perimeter channels to distribute the stress through the door. Intermediate stiffeners are used to maintain flatness. Sound deadened and solidified by a two layer honeycomb core bonded to each of the inside faces.
ConfigurationStainless Steel doors are available in flush design or with vision lights and as single or pairs of hinged doors, including single or bi-parting horizontal sliding doors. All assemblies are available manual or power operated.
Performance CombinationsKriegerSatin stainless steel doors and windows can be manufactured for multiple performance requirements including acoustical, bullet resistance, blast resistance, thermal protection, radio frequency shielding or any combination thereof.
Frame ConfigurationKrieger offers standard frame designs and can engineer special frame profiles to complement wall construction and architectural style.
SizesStandard and custom sizes available. No limits.
HardwareStainless steel doors and windows come with stainless steel hardware to prevent corrosion.
WindowsStandard or sloped, mitered and polished to specified finish. One side secured by welding to opening, the other applied by stainless steel screws.
FinishesStainless steel finishes can be embossed, patterned, etched, bead blasted and colored. #2D - Dull finish from cold rolling, annealing, and descaling. Used where appearance is of no concern. #4 - General purpose stainless steel bright finish with visible "grain" which prevents mirror reflection. #6 - A dull satin finish, less reflective than #4. Used where high luster is undesirable. #8 - Most reflective mirror finish, obtained by successive buffing with finer grits until grit lines are removed. Colors such as deep blue, dark bronze, bright brass, copper, rose, black and others can be achieved.

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