DE-BR Bullet Resistant doors
Are available in 8 levels of bullet resistance, ranging from 9 mm handguns (Level 1) up to 7.62 mm military assault rifles (Level 8). All bullet-resistant doors are tested and labeled in accordance with UL752 and constructed per SDI Level 4.
Bullet resistant doors come standard with polystyrene or mineral wool cores for interior or exterior security applications requiring bullet resistance.
The continuous bonding of the laminated core to steel face sheets provides an attractive, flat door, free of face welding marks.
- DE-BR doors include two bullet-resistant cores and are available over different levels of performance. Our Polystyrene core provides Level 1 & Level 6 resistance, while our Polystyrene with armor plating provides Levels 2-8 resistance
- Square edge design allows for non-handed inventory control in local distribution. Optional lock edge bevel 1/8" over 2" (~3˚)
- Hinge and lock edges are reinforced with continuous 10 gauge steel channel the full height of the door, welded at a max 5" OC
- Universal standard/heavyweight hinges are used with hinge fillers to allow for easy modification from heavy to standard weight hinge preps. Levels 1, 2, 3, 6 use standard 4 1/2" hinges to 3480; Levels 4, 5, 7, 8 are prepped for a continuous geared hinge
- Standard visible edges may be filled seamless, intermittently stitch welded and filled, or continuously welded and filled
- Top flush and bottom inverted channels provide excellent door stability with 16 gauge steel channels, projection welded at a max 2-1/2" OC
- 16 gauge mortise or cylindrical lock reinforcements are of an integral type in accordance with ANSI A115 standards
- Various light and louver sizes are available with integral design flush light kits standard (no glass unless noted)
- Standard cold-rolled steel 14 gauge skins, with optional A60 or G90 galvanealed steel for exterior superior corrosion resistance
ME Series Universal Masonry frames
These frames meet requirements for light to 14 gauge maximum duty (12 gauge available), Level 1-4 applications for interior and exterior locations in commercial and industrial buildings. Typically, but not exclusively for masonry applications, these frames are designed for installation as part of the wall framing sequence and may be specified and supplied as knock-down (KD) for field assembly prior to installation or welded for installation as a complete unit.
ME Series is the most common series for welded corners to get a cleaner look without a die miter seam.
Because you can weld ME Series, these frames are also popular in stud wall applications, and stud anchors can be specified. Here the frame must be installed as part of the wall framing sequence (as the wall is being built so the studs can be pushed up into the frame and anchored). While acceptable, most drywall applications utilize compression anchors in MH Series frames so that installation can occur in the rough opening after the wall is completely finished. Unlike ME, MH frames have a backbend return to make pushing the drywall in between the studs and the frame easier
Elevations with lights are available in ME Series and SE Series stick configurations. Sometimes referred to as masonry frames, ME Series frames are typically butted to CMU block using wire or Masonry-T anchors as the wall is being built, or using POA/EMA (prepared opening/existing masonry) anchors for concrete or CMU block after the wall is up.
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- Model: DE Series
- SKU: SOI