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Architectural Wood Doors

Reeb’s Architectural Wood Doors are stocked in two species: Birch and Oak. Both species have a high quality 5 ply skin which can be unfinished for staining or prefinished with a clear coat. Each door is 1-3/4” thick with a choice of 20 minute particle core or 90 minute mineral core.


Species

Birch
Natural Rotary
Stain Grade

Birch
Natural Rotary
Prefinished Clear

Red Oak
Natural Rotary
Stain Grade

Red Oak
Natural Rotary
Prefinished Clear


General Door Features

  • Prefit 3/16” in width and 3/4″ in height with a Beveled Edge
  • Specifically designed for Hollow Metal frames
  • Will not work in Reeb’s Standard Exterior Frame due to Undersize in Width
  • Shop can prep for: Hinges, Bore, Flushbolts and ASA Strikes
  • Machined to standard SteelCraft Specifications
  • Custom Hinge and Bore locations available upon request and specification
  • Prefinished clear options on 3068 and 3070 Birch and Oak Sizes
  • Works great with Commercial Split Steel Frame
  • Extremely durable and easy to paint/stain
  • Fire-Rated up to 90 minutes on a double door, metal edges are used to wrap the edges between the doors.

Particle Core Door Features

  • 5 Ply Particle Core Birch/Oak Doors
  • ASTM D5456-09 / ANSI A208.1
  • Stiles = 7/16” Wood Laminated to 1” SCL (Structural Composite Lumber)
  • Rails = 1-7/16” SCL (Structural Composite Lumber)
  • Core = Particleboard Density of 28-32 PCF LD1 Bonded
  • Adhesive = Type 1 (Waterproof) PVA (no urea formaldehyde) VOC

Mineral Core Door Features

  • 5 Ply Particle Core Birch/Oak Doors
  • Stiles = 7/16” Wood laminated to 1” FPCM (Fire Proof Composite Material)
  • Rails = 1-1/2” FPCM (Fire Proof Composite Material)
  • Core = Non-Combustible Material
  • Adhesive = Type 1 (Waterproof) PVA (no urea formaldehyde) VOC

Lite/Louver Placement Options

Lites and Louvers can be installed in these doors and still maintain a fire rating depending on the glass and louver installed. The following layouts are available.

More information about lites and louvers can be found here.


Updated on May 14, 2021

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