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Feb 08 2016

Basics of Steelcraft Hollow Metal Doors (video)

Category: Doors & Frames,VideosLori @ 10:30 am Comments (1)
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Rounding out our “intro” series of whiteboard animation videos…here’s an introduction to hollow metal doors:

The rest of our whiteboard animation videos can be found on the Allegion Training page, or on the Videos page of iDigHardware.com.

What other topics would you like to see addressed in future videos?

One Response to “Basics of Steelcraft Hollow Metal Doors (video)”

  1. Chuck Park says:

    Great video! I like to post these videos on my business’s Facebook page because they’re entertaining and informative, appealing to both the people within the industry, and those that are not.
    But, I do take exception to one line from the video. At about 2:24 the video states “It should be noted that welding does not add strength to the edge of the door.” It’s been my experience that welding the pinch seam all the way around the door does add strength to the door in warehouse and industrial applications where there is a lot of large or heavy materials moved through the openings on carts, handtrucks, and especially, electric pallet trucks.
    Even new 16 gauge doors with epoxy-bonded seams can get knocked out-of-kilter after a while, and the door will rack and bend.

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