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Composite Outswing Sill

A Composite Outswing Sill has a thick wood-grained composite cap and nosing which resists wear and rot. It also features an all-composite substrate providing a solid stepping surface and superior rot-resistance. An intergrated A integrated weather-strip helps form a tight seal under wind pressure. It is recommended that all outswing units use NRP hinges. The standard Rough Opening height for a 6/8 outswing unit utilizing this sill is 81-11/16″.



Unit Capabilities

Layouts

A Composite Outswing Sill can be used with single doors, double doors, doors with one sidelite, and doors with two sidelites. Certain sizes and finishes are also available for use with 2 door patios and 3 door patios.


Depths

This sill is available for 4-9/16” and 6-9/16” jamb depths.


Finish and Cap Color

This sill is available in a Mill finish with either a light or dark cap, in a bronze finish with a dark cap, or in satin nickel finish with a light cap.


Horns

Sill horns cannot be created with this sill.


Replacement Parts

Sill Caps or Saddles

This is the part of a sill sometimes called the riser. This is a special order item.

Sill Nosing

A strip of composite or hardwood material that’s used towards the inside of the house to finalize the look of the sill. This piece might crack in the field and may need to be replaced from time to time depending on how often the entry is used. This is a special order item.

Weatherstrip

Weatherstrip is inserted into the sill as an additional seal for the door. The composite outswing sill uses long reach weatherstrip.

Updated on May 1, 2020

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