27208-07 Doors and Door Hardware
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A passageway or a corridor between rooms.
A piece of molding attached to the edge of an inactive door on a pair of double doors. It serves as a stop for the active door.
Any kind of hinge, except a strap or T-hinge.
The exposed finish material around the edge of a door or window opening.
Spring bolts used to secure a door when shut.
A device for use with exit features to hold the door open until the active door is closed.
A lock in which the keyhole and tumbler mechanism are in a cylinder that is separate from the lock case and can be removed to change the keying of the lock.
A square-head bolt in a door lock that requires a key to move it in either direction.
A mechanical device used to check a door and prevent it from slamming when it is being closed. It also ensures the closing of the door.
The surrounding case of a door into which a door closes. It consists of two upright pieces called jambs and a horizontal top piece called the head.
The strip against which a door closes on the inside face of the frame or jamb. It can also be a hardware device used to hold the door open to any desired position or a hardware device placed against the baseboard to keep the door from marring the wall.
A metal piece used to receive the latch bolt when a door is closed. The piece has a spring-action cover to keep particles out of the strike when the door is open.
The exposed hardware in a building such as doorknobs, door hinges, door locks, door closers, window hardware, shelf and clothing storage hangers, and bathroom hardware.
A pair of trestles used to support lumber, molding, doors, stair parts, and other materials while they are being fitted and shaped for installation.
A sliding bolt mechanism that is mortised into a door at the top and bottom edge. It is used to hold an inactive door in a fixed position on a pair of double doors.
A door of any size that has a totally flat surface.
The door stile to which the hinges are fastened.
Components, such as hinges, lock sets, and closer, used to attach a door to its frame or operate the door.
The horizontal member at the top of a door or window opening.
The hardware fastened to the edge of a door that allows the frame to pivot around a steel pin, permitting the operation of the door.
One of the vertical members on either side of a door or window opening.
A slot or cut made with a saw.
A lock for a door, with the locking cylinder located in the center of the knob.
A spring loaded bolt in a lock, with a beveled head that is retracted when hitting the strike.
The entire lock unit, including locks, strike plate, and trim pieces.
Long strips of material used for finishing and decorative trim.
A measure portion of wood removed to receive a piece of hardware such as a lock or butt.
A rectangular metal box that houses a lock. It usually has a latch and deadbolt as part of the unit. Options consist of a locking cylinder and/or thumb turn by which it can be secured. It is used on residential entry doors and commercial doors.
Hardware that provides an emergency escape exit.
A true vertical position.
Material such as molding, doors, cabinets, and paneling that has been stained, varnished, or painted at the factory.
a door that is delivered to the job site from the mill already hung in the frame or jamb. In some instances, the trim may be applied on one side.
A rectangular groove cut in the edge of a board.
A horizontal member of a door or window opening in a building.
Any unfinished door or window opening in a building.
Door stop with a 45 degree angle cut at the bottom on the vertical jambs.
A thin, tapered piece of wood such as a wooden shingle used to fill in gaps and to level or plumb structural components.
The lowest member at the bottom of a door or window opening. It also refers to the lowest member of wood framing supporting the framing of a building.
A rubber strip that goes all the way around the door to keep smoke from penetrating an area in case of fire.
The reduction of sound as it passes through a material.
Sound transmission class (STC)
The rating by which the sound attenuation of a door is determined. The higher or greater the number, the better the sound reduction.
The vertical edge of a door.
A metal plate screwed to the jamb of a door so that when the door is closed, the bolt of the lock strikes against it. The bolt is then retracted and slides along the metal plate. When the door is fully closed, the bolt inserts itself into a hole in the plate to hold the door securely in place.
A type of weather stripping. It is a felt or rubber flap mounted in a metal channel to seal door bottoms to prevent air infiltration.
A thin piece of material such as plastic or heavy paper with a shape cut out of it, or the whole of it cut to a shape on its perimeter. It is used to transfer the shape to an object by tracing it with a pencil or scribe.
A piece of wood, metal, or stone that is set between the door jamb and the bottom of a door opening.
A panel above a door that lets light and/or air into a room or is used to fill the space above a door when the ceiling heights on both sides of the door opening allow.
Strips of metal or plastic used to keep out air or moisture that would otherwise enter through spaces between the outer edges of doors and windows and the finish frames.