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Order commercial metal doors, hollow metal door frames, fire-rated glass and hardware from one source. We supply commercial metal doors in 18-, 16- and 14-gauge steel. Hollow metal doors are designed for interior, exterior and fire-rated door openings in commercial and industrial settings. Work one on one with a commercial metal door and frame specialist. Contact us for a quote.
Commercial Metal Door Options
- Model 1, Full Flush: Full flush commercial metal doors are formed from a single sheet of steel, conjoined by a vertical seam that may be visible at the edge of the door.
- Model 2, Seamless Edge: Seamless edge steel doors have filled, finished, and prime-coated vertical edges free from visible seams.
- Level 2 – 18 gauge steel doors (Heavy Duty): 18 gauge steel doors are classified as physical performance level 2 for heavy-duty commercial durability.
- Level 3 – 16 gauge steel doors (Extra-HD): 16 gauge steel doors are classified as physical performance level 3 for extra-heavy-duty commercial durability.
- Level 4 – 14 gauge steel doors (Maximum Duty): 14 gauge steel doors are classified as physical performance level 4 for maximum commercial durability.
- CRS – Cold Rolled Steel Doors w/ Prime Coat: Cold rolled steel is made by adding tensile force to hot rolled steel sheets. The cold-rolling process increases density, hardens the steel, and produces a consistent surface that’s ideal for commercial doors and frames.
- A40/A60 – Galvanneal Steel Doors w/ Prime Coat: Galvanneal steel is produced when cold-rolled steel is dipped into liquified zinc then heated until a new zinc-iron alloy is created. Galveanneal steel doors are known for their improved corrosion resistance and superior paint adhesion properties.
- G90 – Galvanized Steel Doors w/ Prime Coat: Galvanized steel is produced when cold rolled steel is dipped in a hot zinc coating. Galvanized steel doors are resistant to corrosion but offer poor paint adhesion compared to annealed steel doors.
- PS – Polystyrene Core: Polystyrene provides a hollow metal door with rigidity, resistance to dents and insulating properties.
- KH – Honeycomb Core: Resin-hardened honeycomb core stabilizes a hollow metal door and provides resistance to impact and dents.
- ST – Steel Stiffened Core: Steel stiffened doors have steel reinforcements welded inside the door cavity. Insulation is used to fill any air space.
- TR – Temperature Rise Mineral Core: Temperature rise doors have a mineral composite core that reduces heat transfer to the non-fire side of a door.
- UR – Urethane Foam Core: Polyurethane foam is expanded inside the cavity of a hollow metal door to improve insulating values.
- STC – Sound Transmission Class: STC or acoustical doors are used in studios, theaters and applications where audible noise is a concern.
- LL – Lead Lined: Lead lined doors resist the transfer of radiation in medical, energy and aerospace facilities.
- BAL – Ballistic / Bullet Resistant: Ballistic doors are designed for use in areas where a firearm is likely to be discharged.
- BLA – Blast Resistant Core: Blast doors are designed to protect building occupants and property during an explosion.
- 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-108-10 Recommended Selection and Usage Guide for Standard Steel Doors
- SDI-112-08 Zinc-Coated (Galvanized/Galvannealed) Standard Steel Doors and Frames
- SDI-118-05 Basic Fire Door Requirements
- 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 Door Test Methods: 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
- Commercial Metal Doors: Commercial metal doors are designed for heavy-duty use. Often classified by architects as hollow metal doors, commercial metal doors are specified for interior, exterior and fire-rated applications. Commercial metal doors are a versatile, durable, and cost-effective commercial door solution.
- Hollow Metal Doors: Hollow metal doors are often listed on architectural plans by their abbreviation, HM. Hollow metal doors are made from roll form steel with a non-metallic core that fills the cavity space inside the door. Typical core materials include polystyrene for improved insulating value and Kraft Structural Honeycomb for moderate insulation and improved rigidity. Hollow metal doors are strong, resistant to flames and known to withstand significant impact.
- Fire Rated Metal Doors: Fire rated metal doors are available with 20, 45, 60, 90-minute, and 3-hour fire labels. Fire rated metal doors are designed to withstand smoke, flames, and toxic gasses while occupants exit the building. Hollow metal doors are frequently used in stairwells, corridors, entrances, elevator shafts, boiler rooms and other areas where a fire-rated metal door is required.
- Fire Rated Metal Doors with Glass: Fire rated metal doors are available with either non-wired ceramic glass, or impact-safe wire glass. Fire rated metal doors with wire glass are frequently used for industrial metal door applications and areas where an increased sense of safety or security should be observed.
- Exterior Metal Doors: Commercial metal doors are designed for use in exterior door applications. For added longevity exterior metal doors are manufactured with galvanneal or galvanized steel and factory applied epoxy primer. Exterior metal doors typically include a polystyrene foam core for insulating value. For superior insulation, exterior metal doors with a polyurethane pressurized foam core should be specified.
- Interior Metal Doors: Interior metal doors are manufactured with a factory applied primer that can be painted to existing or scheduled finishes. Interior metal doors may include flush, 2- or 6- panel doors, and a wide range of vision lites and glass configurations. Interior metal doors are frequently used in applications where a heavy-duty, cost-effective, or fire-rated interior door is needed.
- Industrial Metal Doors: Industrial metal doors can be manufactured from 18-, 16-, or 14- gauge steel. Additionally, industrial steel doors can be manufactured from cold-rolled, galvanized, galvanneal and stainless-steel material. Industrial steel doors may require properties for corrosion resistance, fire resistance, radiation resistance, resistance to microbial growth, durability, security, odd sizes, odd shapes, custom hardware prep and more.
- Metal Security Doors: Hollow metal doors naturally offer increased security compared to most of their residential counterparts. 18-gauge hollow metal doors are classified by the Steel Door Institute (SDI) as physical performance level 2, heavy-duty. Optional features such as a steel-stiffened core construction, 16- or 14- gauge steel, and security door hardware can further improve the security properties of a metal door assembly.
- Metal Double Doors: Metal double doors can operate in several configurations. Pairs of metal doors can be hung as active/inactive pairs where one door functions as the primary door and the other remains fixed until it’s disengaged. Another configuration hangs two doors, both active. In most cases active/active doors are used with surface vertical rod exit devices that latch each door at the top and/or bottom, allowing each door to operate independently.
- Metal Doors with Glass: Metal doors with glass allow occupants to see through a door before it is opened. Commercial structures require metal doors with impact resistant, tempered glass that’s designed to prevent injury from any incidental human impact that may occur. Typical configurations may include metal doors with square-, rectangle-, half-or full- lite glass.
- 6-Panel Metal Doors: Commercial 6 panel metal doors are made with a single sheet of roll form embossed steel. Commercial 6 panel metal doors are typically made from 18-gauge steel with a polystyrene insulated core. Commercial 6 panel doors are designed for heavy-duty use and recommended for motel and hotel doors, exterior doors, entry doors, fire-rated doors, and locations where a heavy-duty hollow metal panel door is needed.
- 2-Panel Metal Doors: Commercial 2 panel metal doors are typically manufactured with 18-gauge steel with a polystyrene insulated core. Commercial 2 panel doors are made for heavy-duty use and used in motel and hotel door openings, exterior door openings, unit entry doors, and fire-rated openings where a heavy-duty steel 2 panel door is needed.
*Published prices include the approximate cost of a door 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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