Doors hardware

Hinged single leaf steel-framed glass door e.g. Forster Profilsysteme, Arbon

Fig. 71: Schematic drawing of hinged door no

Fig. 71: Schematic drawing of hinged door

Door closers a Door closer with articulated arm b Concealed door closer c Door closer with fixed track

Door locks d Mortise lock (leaf) with latch and dead bolt plus additional bolt to door head e Mortise lock (leaf) with latch and dead bolt f Striker plate (frame)

g Striker plate (frame) for electrical door opener Door handles h Square or round door knob i Angular or rounded door handle k Escutcheon

Seals l Vertical seal in underside of door leaf m Threshold with seal

Door hinges n Screwed on (weight of door critical) o Welded on

Sliding wooden door e.g. HAWA-Junior hardware

Sliding wooden door e.g. HAWA-Junior hardware

Fig. 72: Schematic drawing of sliding door

Hinge bolts p A hinge bolt, positioned centrally between the hinges, prevents the door being forced open on the hinge side.

Hardware for single-leaf sliding doors a Track fixed to lintel or ceiling or soffit b Trolley with nylon rollers c Buffer with retaining spring d Hanger for left- or right-hand opening e Door leaf

Door handles f Recessed with ring g Recessed h On front edge

Floor guides

The floor guide profile is fitted adjacent to the opening at the start of the slot in the wall and runs in a track let into the base of the door leaf. i T-form floor guide (no play) k Guide pin

Fig. 72: Schematic drawing of sliding door

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