|No.118 Boai Road(East), Shishan Town, Nanhai District,Foshan,Guangdong,Chinafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Place of Origin:||Foshan Guangdong|
|Certification:||ISO9001, Rosh TUV, SGS|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10 SETS|
|Packaging Details:||Pearl Foam+Bubble Film+ Strong Carton|
|Delivery Time:||30 work days after deposit received|
|Payment Terms:||Western Union, T/T, L/C, Cash|
|Supply Ability:||8000 Sets Per Month|
|Type:||Wood Composite Garage Doors||Size:||Stand Size Or Customuzed|
|Painting:||3 Priming Paint And 2 Finishing Paint||Color:||Red|
|Material:||MDF + Solid Wood||Door Leaf:||6mm MDF+particle Board(hollow Core)+ 6mm MDF|
wood composite garage doors
wood composite garage doors
wood composite garage doors are utilitarian, but that doesn't mean they can't look good as well. For this reason alone, you may be tempted to install solid wood doors throughout your home, for a richer look and feel. Solid wood doors are made entirely out of real wood, and may be embellished with architectural details, and can be stained or painted as desired.
|Application||garage / interior / Office / School / resterant /home|
|Survice Life||15 years|
|Quality control||All the products must pass the inspection by our professional QC team|
|Architrave||Solid wood (Size:70*15mm or according to your require)|
|Surface Treatment||Finish painting/malamine|
What are the parts of a door?
Rails – The rails are the horizontal crosspieces which hold the door panels in place. The centre rail is called the lock rail and is usually thicker than the other rails.
Stiles – The stiles are the vertical crosspieces which hold the door panels in place. The centre stile is called the muntin.
Panels – These form the main body of the door, filling the spaces between the rails and the stiles.
Lites – These are small windows usually located at the top of the door to allow light in.
Hinges – Attached to one side of the door, these allow for the door to swing open and closed.
Handle – Attached to the opposite side of the door to the hinges, the handle allows the door to be secured when closed and opened only by using the handle.
Kick plate – If one is attached, this is located across the bottom third of the door.
Transom - This is a bar of wood (or stone, or another material) that runs across the top of the door frame.
Fanlight - This is a small window (or window-like opening) that features above the transom. Fanlights are useful both for allowing daylight in, and helping with ventilation.
The lock itself will also have a number of common components.
Lock – The internal component of the lock consisting of the tumblers, pins and barrel.
Key- Used to align the pins with the tumblers to allow the barrel to rotate and release the lock.
Bolt or dead latch – This is the part of the lock that inserts into the mortise to secure the door. This retracts when the door is unlocked to allow it to open.
Knob – This is a snib attached to the lock on the reverse side which allows the door to be locked and unlocked manually without a key from the inside.
Strike plate – This is the metal plate that the latch hits when the door closes.
Mortice – The hole drilled into the frame through the strike plate which holds the latch when the door is closed.
Sliding doors have different components to hinged doors and will have separate installation requirements. Some of the components are as follows.
Rails or tracks – These are what allow the door to slide open and closed.
Rollers – Attached to the hangers, these slide along the rails to open and close the door.
Hangers – These are attached to the door and connect the door with the rollers.
Stopper – These sit at the ends of the rails to stop the door from continuing to slide right off.