Stainless Steel Door Frames
Order stainless-steel door frames, stainless-steel doors and commercial door hardware from one source. We supply stainless-steel doors and frames in type 304- and type 316 alloy. Stainless-steel door frames are recommended for commercial and industrial door openings where corrosion resistance, anti-bacterial properties and sleek aesthetics may be required. Work one on one with a stainless door and frame specialist. Contact us for a quote.
Stainless-Steel Door Frame Options
- Stainless-Steel Alloy
- Durability & Performance
- Frame Profiles
- Wall Anchors
- Fire Labeling
- Hurricane Certification
- Type 304 – In addition to iron, 304 stainless-steel contains approximately 8% nickel and about 18% chromium. 304 stainless-steel doors are known for their corrosion resistance and frequent use in food processing, industrial and public facilities.
- Type 316 – In addition to iron, 316 stainless steel contains approximately 10% nickel, 16% chromium and 2% molybdenum. Compared to 304 alloy, 316 stainless steel doors are more resistant to corrosion from chloride and acidic environments.
- #4 – Satin stainless-steel doors are known for their “brushed” linear appearance. Stainless steel doors with #4 finish are known to resist blemishes, scratches and fingerprints.
- #8 – High gloss, polished stainless-steel doors are known for their non-directional, “mirror” like appearance. Stainless steel doors with #8 finish are highly reflective.
- #2B – Mill finish stainless-steel is known for its non-polished, non-brushed surface that may appear inconsistent, distorted and/or partially reflective.
- 16ga. | Extra Heavy-Duty – 16 gauge steel frames are used in heavy-duty and extra-heavy-duty commercial door assemblies.
- 14ga. | Max-Duty – 14 gauge steel frames are used in maximum duty commercial metal door applications.
- Unequal Rabbet – Double rabbet frames accept doors, panels and glass inside one or more rabbets. Rabbets can be equal or unequal in size. (Standard for Most Commercial Doors
- Unequal Rabbet w/ Backbend Return – Backbend frame returns improve a double rabbetted frame’s ability to slip-over finished walls.
- Cased Opening – Cased opening frames are used in pass through doorways and door applications where a stop cannot be used.
- Single Rabbet – Single rabbeted frames have one rabbet where a door, panel or glass can be mounted inside.
- Double Egress – Double egress frames allow bi-directional traffic flow through a paired door opening.
- Mullion | Double Rabbet – Double rabbet mullions divide door frames, side-lites, transoms and window frames into separate sections.
- Mullion | Single Rabbet – Single rabbet mullions divide door frames, side-lites, transoms and window frames into separate sections.
- Slip-On Compression Anchor – Compression anchors are used for knock-down door frames that slip-over existing walls. Outward force and the strength of the wall stabilize the door and frame. (Standard for Most Interior Commercial Doors)
- Punch & Dimple w/ Tube Anchor Backing for Existing Wall – P&D Tube Punched holes allow for attachment to masonry or wood stud walls with countersunk expansion bolts or lag screws. Tube anchor backing prevents damage during installation. (Standard for Most Exterior Commercial Doors.
- Universal/Wood Stud Anchor for New Walls: Universal / wood stud anchors attach directly to the metal or wood studs of an unifinshed wall. Drywall or other wall surfaces conceal the anchors inside the wall. (Standard for Most Commercial Doors When Installing Frames Before Drywall is Hung.)
- Masonry Wire Anchor for New Block Walls – Masonry wire anchors are designed for installation into new concrete or masonry walls. Frames using masonry wire anchors must be assembled before wall construction begins. (Standard for Most Commercial Doors When Masonry Walls Are Constructed Around Door Frames and Door Frames will be Back-Filled With Mortar.)
- Steel Stud Anchor for New Steel Stud Walls – Steel stud anchors allow a hollow metal frame to fasten to steel-studs with self-tapping metal screws. Frames with steel stud anchors must be mounted before drywall is installed.
- Masonry “T” Anchor for New Block and Masonry Walls – Masonry “T” anchors are used for installations in new concrete or masonry walls. Frames using masonry “T” anchors must be assembled and set in place before construction begins.
- Punch & Dimple w/ Butterfly Anchor Backing for Existing Wood Stud or Masonry Walls – Punched holes allow for attachment to masonry or wood stud walls with countersunk expansion bolts or lag screws. Butterfly anchors prevent damage during installation.
- Adjustable Universal/Wood Stud Anchor for Custom Jamb Sizes – Universal/wood stud anchors attach directly to the studs of unfinished walls. Adjustable anchors can be used to fit varying jamb sizes.
- 20 Min. – 20 minute fire rated doors: 20 minute fire rated doors are used in 1-hour walls where smoke and draft control is a concern.
- 45 Min. – 45 minute fire rated doors: 45 minute fire rated doors are used in 1-hour corridors, room partition walls, or exterior walls that may be subject to moderate fire.
- 60 Min. – 60 minute fire rated doors: 60-minute fire rated doors are used in 1-hour walls that divide occupancies in buildings.
- 90 Min. – 90 minute fire rated doors: 90-minute fire rated doors are required in two-hour walls, stairwells, elevator shafts, boiler rooms and exterior areas with severe fire risk.
- 3 Hr. / 180 Min. – 3-hour, fire rated doors: 180 minute, or 3-hour, fire rated doors are required in 4-hour walls that separate a large building, or multiple buildings into designated fire areas.
- Texas TDI – Inland Coastal Zone 2: Texas Department of Insurance approved hurricane doors are required in exterior door openings within zone two of the designated coastal region.
- Texas TDI – Inland Coastal Zone 1: Texas Department of Insurance approved hurricane doors are required in exterior door openings within zone one of the designated coastal region.
- Texas TDI – Seaward Coastal Zone: Texas Department of Insurance approved hurricane doors are required in exterior door openings within the designated seaward intracoastal zone.
- Florida Building Code – Excludes Miami-Dade County: Florida approved hurricane doors are required in exterior door openings within the state of Florida. (Does Not Fulfill Miami-Dade County Requirements)
- Miami-Dade County: Miami-Dade approved hurricane doors are required in exterior applications within the county of Miami-Dade, FL.
Test Standards & Listings
- SDI/ANSI: SDI-100-91/ANSI 250.8-03 | SDI-105-98/ANSI A250.11-01 | SDI-107-84/ANSI A250.6-03
- SDI-111-09 Recommended Selection & Usage Guide for Standard Steel Doors, Frames and Accessories
- SDI Drywall Slip-On Frames
- 111-F Recommended Existing Wall Anchors for Standard Steel Doors and Frames
- SDI-110-09 Standard Steel Doors and Frames for Modular Masonry Construction
- ANSI/SDI A250.13-2008 (R2018) Testing and Rating of Severe Windstorm Resistant Components for Swinging Door Assemblies for Protection of Building Envelopes
- Intertek/Warnock Hersey Fire Testing
- Neutral Pressure: CAN/ULC S104 | NFPA 252 | UBC7-2 (1994) | UL 10B
- Positive Pressure: NFPA 252 | UBC 7-2 Part 1 (1997) | UL 10C
- International Standards: BS 476 | EN 1634-1 | ISO 3008
- Stainless-Steel Door Frames: Stainless-steel door frames are frequently used with wood and metal commercial doors.
- Fire Rated Windows and Doors: Stainless-steel frames can be configured for use in fire-rated window and door applications.
- Metal Side-Lite Frames: Stainless-steel frames can be fabricated as sidelite frames and supplied with pre-cut glass stops.
- Metal Transom Frames: Stainless-steel frames can be fabricated as transom frames to accept glass above a door opening.
- Borrowed-Lite Window Frames: Stainless-steel borrowed lites are fixed-windows frames that may be divided by mullions.
- Heavy-Duty Steel Door Frames: Stainless-steel doors and frames are built for heavy-duty commercial door applications.
Stainless Window Frames: Stainless steel borrowed lites are fixed-windows frames that may be divided by mullions.
Heavy-Duty Steel Door Frames: Stainless doors and frames have anti-corrosive properties.
Hygenic Applications: Because of their anti-bacterial properties, stainless-steel windows and doors are frequently used in airports, food and drug processing facilities and surgical centers.
*Published prices include the approximate cost of a door or window frame only. Additional customizations and components are sold separately. Published prices are “estimates” based on current market conditions, and not guaranteed. USA Fire Door reserves the right to change pricing at any time. Final price quotations must be issued, in writing, by an authorized representative of USA Fire Door. Contact us for a detailed quote.
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