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Hinges, Handles, Fasteners...
Door Hardware refers to any of the items that are attached to a door or a drawer to enhance its functionality or appearance.
A Hinge is a component that attaches one edge of a door to the frame, while allowing the other edge to swing from it. One door usually has about three hinges, but it can vary.
Residential Butt Hinges are lighter-weight; perfect for everyday applications.
Commercial Butt Hinges on the other hand, have a thicker, sturdier design; an absolute must for heavy-duty applications.
Spring Hinges are self-closing, great for exterior and garage doors - especially if you have small children or pets.
Ball Bearing Hinges are much smoother and quieter, and provide much better wear; recommended for high-traffic and solid core doors.
NRP (Non-Removable Pin) Hinges are used on exterior or locking doors where the hinges are visible on the outside to prevent tampering.
Double Action Spring Hinges are adjustable and execute closing action from either direction returning the door to the center, closed position.
Bolts & Latches
Most doors make use of one or more fasteners to hold the door closed. Choose from our large selection of high-quality door bolts and latches to help keep your property secure. Our wide range of Surface Bolts and Flush Bolts are available in many materials and sizes for most applications:
Surface Bolts or Slide Bolts work by sliding the bolt into the strike.
Barrel Bolts can be locked in the open position or in the closed position.
Concealed Screw Bolts are fully concealed screw design improves security and appearance.
Since Surface Bolts are just screwed into the door, they are easy to install with minimal damage to the door itself. They can be also be installed on windows or gates.
Spring Chain Bolts are often used to keep one half of a double door in fixed position. Equipped with a strong hard-drawn wire spring which throws the bolt automatically when chain is released.
Foot Bolts operates by pressure of the foot on the cap. Bolt is released by pressure on the tip.
Flush Bolts lock doors in place by siding up into the jamb mounted into the doorframe either above or below the door.
Mortise Bolts are used to lock a door on one side.
Chain Door Guard is designed to secure wood or metal doors while still allowing them to partially open for viewing or ventilation. Ideal for house or apartment entry doors.
Hotel Loop Lock Latches are used in hotels to allow a door to be opened a few inches, but not entirely- unless the person in the room releases the bar.
Cabin Door Hooks can be used on any type of door, including cabinet doors, to lock in closed or open position.
Utility Pull Handles
Designed for general use on drawers, doors, windows, and a variety of other applications.
There are different types of Door Closers made for each unique application. To begin with, there are Surface Mount Door Closers and Concealed Door Closers:
Surface Mount is most common because they can be mounted to a door that is already installed. There are various installation configurations on the market today:
Standard or Regular Arm - is installed on the pull side of the door.
Top Jamb - mounted to the doors frame, its most commonly used for exterior doors that swing away from the building.
Parallel Arm and Parallel Mount - installed on the push side of the door and extends nearly parallel to the door.
Door Closers most notably reduce the spread of fire and smoke if a building is on fire. They also provide immense energy savings as they help maintain a room's temperature by closing the door. Whether it is safety or energy savings, we have the perfect Manual Door Closer for your job.
The Concealed Door Closer is built into the door and create a more streamlined appearance.
Overhead Concealed - hidden by a cover plate in the frame header.
Floor Mounted - recessed underneath the door in the floor under the threshold.
Automatic Hinge Pin the spring-loaded action turn lightweight interior doors into self-closing doors. Hinge removal is unnecessary for installation, making this door closer safer and easier to use.
Exit Devices and Trims
Exit Devices, also called Panic Devices, are spring loaded metal bars that unlatch the door when depressed.
These accessories help you exit facilities safely and quickly. They eliminate a stampede crushing hazard and cut the time needed to unlock a door in an emergency situation because even someone with no prior knowledge of how to open the door can do so simply by pressing it. Perfect for use in schools, healthcare, industrial, office, and multifamily housing.
We offer a large assortment of Exit Hardware Accessories to help you configure the right exit devices and keep your facilities safe.
There are three main types of Exit Devices:
Surfaced mounted to the door's exterior where the latch protrudes from the device rather than the edge of the door. The strike plate is mounted on the door frame.
It has its locking mechanism mortised into a cavity in the door, so that the strike projects from the door's edge. Just like a Rim Panic Device, the strike plate is mounted on the door frame, a mullion for double doors, or the inactive door for double doors with no mullion.
Exit devices has two different bar types:
(also known as Touch Bar)
They are the most common type of panic device. They provide the most flexibility for Alarmed Panic Devices because they have more space to house electronic components.
Crash Bar (also known as Cross Bar)
They are operated by depressing anywhere on the bar, unlike a push bar style where the touch pad must be pressed. This type of panic hardware is also used in heavy traffic areas because it only requires someone crashing into it to retract the latch and open the door.
Vertical Rod Type
It has rods that connect the device's push pad to the top and/or bottom latches. Can be either surface mounted or concealed.
Exit Device Trims
Panic Devices can be installed with or without exterior trim. Trim can include keyed locks, pull plates, levers, and even handlesets. Trim is installed on the outside of the door, opposite of the panic device. In some cases, the door is a one way emergency exit so there is no exterior trim on the outside.
Pull Plates can come with or without a rim cylinder. When equipped with a rim cylinder, the key retracts the latch momentarily to allow entry. When the key is removed, the latch reengages and locks the door. Without a rim cylinder, the plate acts as a dummy pull trim and allows the door to be opened from the exterior as long as the panic device is dogged.
Levers are ADA Compliant and therefore the most ideally used on public doors. With keyed functions, the panic device always provides emergency egress from the interior but the functionality of the exterior trim is determined by the keyed function.
Knobs, like levers, are available in a wide array of functions. They are not usually ADA compliant and therefore not used as often. Make sure that your application does not require ADA compliance before you decide on a knob.
Handlesets are available in several different functions. Some handlesets come equipped with a cylinder and a thumb-press; if this is the case, then the key locks and unlocks the thumb-press. This means that the panic device always provides emergency egress from the interior, but if the handleset is locked, the thumb-press will not operate the panic device's latch and the door cannot be opened from the exterior.
Keypads have all the security of a keyed lever but require the use of a code instead of a physical key to provide access from the exterior. These are great where the use and distribution of keys could be cumbersome such as on employee entrances, dormitories, hospitals, and airports.
Fire Exit Devices and Alarms are tested for both panic and fire conditions, and are required to be used on fire doors where panic hardware is required by code or desired for durability. Since fire doors require positive-latching, fire exit hardware does not incorporate mechanical dogging. If a push/pull function is desired for a fire door, electric latch retraction hardware may be installed, as long as the latch projects automatically upon fire alarm.
Door Plates help protect doors in high-traffic areas, also giving the door a distinctive finish.
Push Plates provide a place to push your door open while protecting the door's finish from wear.
Pull Plates are plates with a pull attached for pulling the door open.
Kick Plates protect your door from wear and tear associated with heavy foot traffic.
Door Reinforcer Plates and Guards
Help to conceal holes in doors while adding extra security where locksets are used. Protect your doors from vandalism and general wear and damage.
Strengthen the vulnerable area around a door's latch and protects doors from forced entry. Use on wood or metal doors with mortise or drive-in latches. Accommodates key-in knob locksets or deadbolts, or combination locksets.
Door Hole Cover Plates
Conceals old lock and cylinder hole. They also add additional layer of security on doors where two or more locksets may be used, but are not installed.
Door Scar Plates
Protects the area around your door lock from scratches and dings, or covers up existing blemishes by fitting under your existing lockset to cover the damaged door.
Latch Guard Plates
Protect your doors from tampering and latch prying with security latch protector plates.
These are plates with a hole in the middle made to receive a bolt. If the strike is for a latchbolt, it typically also includes a small ramped area to help the bolt move inward while the door is being closed. It's also available as electric strike which allows you to open the door even though the mechanical lock is locked.
Door Jamb Pins
Designed for added protection against exposed hinge (pivot pin) removal for outswinging wood & aluminum doors. Easy to install steel jamb pin set for added security on hinge side of door. These extra sturdy rectangular based pair may have to be mortised flush on tight fitting wood doors.
Door Stops and Holders
Door Stops (Bumpers) and Holders are simple devices used to prevent the door from opening too far, and to help protect your walls from damage typically caused by door knobs and levers. They may either absorb the force of a moving door, or hold the door in place to prevent unintended motion. Door Holders will help keep your entryways open for easy access.
While most door stops don't come in many decorative designs, they are available in a broad range of materials and finishes. So whether you want an unobtrusive addition that will coordinate with existing door hardware such as knobs and hinges, or you prefer something that stands out as a bit of an accent, there are plenty of options to choose from.
Door Stops and Holders Types
Door Stops and Holders come in many styles that vary in how and where they prevent the door from causing damage. The right type for your space will largely depend on what kind of door you have and how you wish to protect your wall.
Door Stops and Holders can be mounted on walls, floors or the door itself.
Wall Mounted Door Stops
Baseboard Stops and Bumpers consist of one peg-like piece with a rubber tip. Typically installed onto the baseboard of a wall and not the door itself, as they cannot be installed on hollow core doors. These are the most common type of door stop, since they are inexpensive and easy to mount.
Spring Baseboard Stops spring action gives way so that it will bend rather than break when bumped. The flexible spring will also prevent severely stubbed toes,
Hook Stops and Holders will prevent the door from opening too far, but can also be used to keep the door open. The hook is attached to the door stop and the eyelet to the door,
Wall Bumper Door Stops are short wall-attached doorstop, common in commercial applications. They are installed at the same height as the door knob and use a rubber bumper to cushion the door knob’s impact. This rubber bumper can be either a dome (convex) or a cylinder (concave),
Dome Floor Stops are low-profile floor mounted door stops used in high traffic areas to reduce tripping hazards. Most commonly used in commercial buildings such as hospitals, schools and hotels.
Floor Mounted Door Stop
Hook Stops and Holders features are basically the same as the wall mounted style. But in this case the bumper is 90 angle instead of straight, in order to be installed on the floor.
Door Mounted Stops
Spring Loaded Plunger Stop is foot operated and designed to stop the door from closing at a desired position. The plunge stick is pushed down until the bumper hits the floor. To release the stop, simply push it again.
Kickdown Door Holders, also called Flip Down Door Stops, are attached to the bottom of the door and function like a kickstand on a bicycle, allowing you to easily keep the door fully or partially open. It also eliminates the tripping hazard of installing something on the floor or the wall.
Adjustable Hinge Pin Stops are fitted at the midpoint of the door, as part of the central door-hinge. The angled pieces have a rubber pad on either end and will not allow the door to open wide enough to hit the wall. You can adjust the door's maximum angle of swing by adjusting the threaded screw attached to the rubber bumper.
Shutter Door Holder is design to hold shutter windows in either an open or closed position depending upon application.
Window and Shutter Door Security Hardware
Window Sash Locks. The thumb handle allows you to rotate the catch and get a tight lock and seal. Not only it improves security but its good seal can help lower energy costs.
Window Lock Casement Fastener are design for out-swinging windows and cabinet doors, it features a locking handle and an assortment of keepers to accommodate face, edge, or mortise installations.
Shutter Door Bar Latch is normally used to lock shutter doors together in the closed position. It is also useful to lock other small doors used on furniture or closets.
Window Casement Stay Adjusters hold wood casement windows open at various widths allowing just the right amount of ventilation. Our solid brass casement window stay adjusters are easily installed and are an attractive and functional addition to your casement windows.
A door viewer or peephole is a small opening through a door allowing to see who is outside the door without opening it. Glass peepholes are often fitted with a fisheye lens to allow a wider field of view from the inside and little to no visibility from the outside.
A door knocker allows people outside a house to alert those inside to their presence. Door knockers are often ornate, but may be no more than a simple fitting with a metal bob, or ring.
Doorbells and Entry Alerts
Doorbells and Buzzers are ideal for paging and signaling applications.
An Electric Bell is a mechanical bell that functions by means of an electromagnet. When an electric current is applied, it produces a repetitive buzzing or clanging sound.
An Electric Buzzer uses a similar mechanism to an interrupter bell, but without the resonant bell. Buzzers are loud and effective at notifying you when an event occurs.
Another common signaling device is a Chime unit consisting of two flat metal bar resonators, which are struck by plungers operated by two solenoids.
Entry Annunciators are ideal for an entry or walkway chime to detect when someone enters a monitored zone or opens a door in your home or business. Motion sensors are activated when the entrance door opens or when the entry way is open and a new customer walks through.
Along with our selection of doorbells and chimes, we carry a full supply of accessories. Doorbell wire, push buttons, batteries and power transformers are available.
A Door Threshold is a horizontal plate below the door that join the outside flooring of a building to the inside flooring. Having a proper transition that is ADA compliant, and heavy duty enough to last years, is an important factor, keeping your entryways accessible for wheelchairs and for added safety. Door Thresholds also helps saving energy, lowering AC costs.
Threshold are available in different models and materials, depending on the door type and the particular application needed: Floor Plates, Saddles, Offsets and Ramps, among others.
Door Weatherstrips and Sweeps
The goal of weatherstripping is to prevent rain and water from entering entirely or partially. A secondary goal is to keep interior air in, thus saving energy on heating and air conditioning.
A Door Sweep is mounted at the bottom of a door and provides a seal underneath the door so that the outside air cannot flow underneath the crack of the door. The most common types are the vinyl and the brush sweeps.
Foam rubber weatherstripping tape around the door frame also keeps the door airtight and waterproof.
Outfitting your doors with door sweeps, door seals, and door weatherstripping, can also prevent insects, rodents, and unwanted debris into your commercial building.