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Doors

The doors represent a moving part of an object, placed to allow or block the access to that object, it can also be defined as the entrance to an enclosed area, for example, a car or a house. Similar objects that have the same function, but are placed in open air areas are called gates. The doors have two sides, the one facing the interior, and the one facing the exterior. However, the two sides of a door, don’t necessarily have to be with the same design, for example, the car doors, or soundproof upholstered doors for offices.Doors usually have a swinging panel that swings, slides or spins inside, on hinges.

If the doors are open, they represent a way for people and animals, light as well as air, to get inside an object.In order to control the heating or cooling of an object, the doors can either be left closed or opened. In case of a fire, the doors represent an important border that slows down the spreading of the fire, or if the doors are made out of materials that are not inflammable,they can totally stop the fire from spreading. Most of the doors have a built in locking mechanisms, which allows the owner of the locked object to stop the unwanted people from getting inside.Before opening the door, people knock on it, as a sign of a civility.

In order to separate the formal and utility areas in a building or a house, people use doors. They can also be used as an aesthetic object that can suggest to people what is on the other side. In some spiritual rituals, open doors are often used as a symbol of going into the other world, while in literature and art, doors usually represent a change.

The first recorded doors can be seen in the Egyptian hieroglyphs, where they are painted as single or double doors, made of a single piece of wood.Since the climate there is quite dry, they were able to make doors without a frame, because they didn’t have the risk of warping due to humidity in the air.But, for example, in Europe, the doors must have a frame to prevent them from warping. Before it was done with rails and stiles. The inside space of the doors would be filled panels, which were placed into grooves. The stiles that were placed vertically, were the hanging stiles, the middle positioned were meeting stiles, while the horizontally placed were called the top rail, bottom rail, and intermediate rails.The oldest examples of doors were made of timber, while the ones that were made for kings were made, for example, of carved olive wood and overlaid with gold.There are also some records that say that in ancient Greece, the doors were made of brass or silver, or cypress, elm, oak, and cedar.

The choice of door and door -frame material most often comes down to steel or some other material.

Steel is famous for its strength, but there are many other advantages to consider when deciding if steel is the right choice, whether it is for commercial or home use:

Steel Door Benefits:

• Steel provides the best long-term value in the door and frame industry

• Very durable with a long life span

• Sturdier than other products

• Almost maintenance free – requires very little repair

• Due to its strength steel outperformed other materials when it comes to security: sound reduction and vandals resistance

• Metal/Steel outperform aluminum, fiberglass and wood on environmental harsh conditions

• Low total cost

• Today’s steel doors offer endless options for attractive appearance

• Due to its versatility, steel doors allow aesthetic requirements whether its choosing a vibrant color finish or a faux finish

• Steel doors and frames are environmentally friendly as steel is the most recycled material.

Manufacturing Process For A Commercial Steel Door:

• It all starts with the raw materials. The standard material used is galvanealed steel which is a galvanized coating that has been annealed, to make it easy to paint

• The door goes through a process called Shearing where the sheet metal is cut to the s
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