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Door Guide

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190 Commercial Entrance Door 350 Commercial Entrance Door AA®545 Swing Door AA®720 Swing Door 10D Commercial Entrance Door
Applications
Light Duty, Low Frequency Usage
Medium Duty, Medium Frequency Usage
Heavy Duty, High Frequency Usage
Severe Duty, High/Severe Frequency Usage
Open In
Open Out
Double Action
Key Features
Traffic level Heavy Severe Light/Medium Light/Medium/Heavy Light/Medium
Finger Guard
PAS24 Single & Double Leaf
EN1627 to RC2 & RC3
Thermal Compliance**
Document M Compliance (DDA)*
Compatibility with Kawneer Curtain Wall
Soft line Variant Available
Guarantee Lifetime Lifetime K K K
Enhanced Weather Performance
Automatic Door Operator Compatibility
Hinging Options
Butt Hinges
Offset Pivots
Centre Pivots
Closer Options
Surface Mounted
Concealed O’Head
Floor Spring
Exit Device Options
Standard Concealed Rod
Mid-Panel Concealed Rod
Face Fixed Panic Hardware to EN1125
Concealed Panic Hardware to EN179
Glazing Options^
Single
Double
Notes:
K - Project dependant; contact Kawneer advisory line
* - Specific profile & hardware only
** - Can meet current building Regs. To Doc L
^ - Dependent on profile/bead compatibility

Description Examples
Light Duty (LD) Low frequency of use by those of high incentive to excercise care, e.g. by private house owners with small chance of accidents occurring or misuse Internal doors in dwellings and external doors in dwellings providing secondary access to private areas
Medium Duty (MD) Medium frequency of use primarily by those with some incentive to exercise care with some chance of accidents occurring or misuse External doors in dwellings providing primary access. Office doors providing access to designated public areas but not used by the public or people carrying or propelling bulky objects
Heavy Duty (HD) High frequency of use by public and others with incentive to exercise care, with chance of accidents occurring or misuse Doors of shops, hospitals and of other buildings which provide access to designated public areas, and which are used by the public and others frequently carrying or propelling bulky objects
Severe Duty (SD) Subject to frequent violent useage Doors of stockrooms etc., commonly opened by driving trolleys against them; doors in educational establishments subject to frequent impact by people
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