DoorCo Door Brochure - Edition 4 - Flipbook - Page 78
DOORCO 44mm Door
> Grained GRP SMC skins are available in a wide variety
of styles and colours including wood stains
All the double and triple glazed units used in our doors
are manufactured to the highest standard and come
with internationally recognised accreditations for
performance, strength and thermal efficiency.
> Stiles and Rails are manufactured from a
> LVL is used as the main internal reinforcement
> Skins and sub frame are bonded with a Urethane
> The door is filled with CFC-Free Polyurethane Foam
density 44.5 - 45.5kg/m3
> Superior heat and sound insulation
> Complimentary choice of grained reglazeable
> Centre Pane Value of approximately 0.44
High Performance Units
All units are made with toughened glass to comply
with EN12150, the International standard for safety
glass. All units are manufactured to the EN1279
standard for quality of seal and life expectancy and
come with a manufacturer’s 10 year warranty.
All the clear or obscure glass units in our range have
insulating features as standard. They are manufactured
using low emissivity glass and the airspace is filled with
Argon gas to give industry leading thermal efficiency.
In addition, we only use warm edge spacer systems.
> Doors have exceeded the requirements of PAS24
> Q-Marked with full manufacturing traceability
Security and/or Safety Option
Most glazing options can be supplied with an upgrade
where the outer pane of toughened glass is replaced
with laminated glass which holds together when
Care and Maintenance
Your new door should keep safe and secure for years to come however with all products and especially those that are
exposed to the elements we recommend that you carry out a care and maintenance routine.
Door frames should be washed with warm soapy water, however
stubborn stains can be removed using specialist PVC-u cleaners
and by following the manufacturers’ guidelines.
The door leaf should only be cleaned using warm water or
non-aggressive composite door wipes. No solvent-based product
or abrasives should be used as these will damage the surface of the skin.
External glass should be cleaned with warm soapy water and cleaned
with a proprietary glass cleaner.
Hardware can be cleaned with a mild detergent and wiped clean.
No harsh chemicals or abrasives should be used.
Maintenance of the door may be required to maintain any guarantees
from the installer. Hinges should be lubricated with engineering
oil. Cylinders can be lubricated with Teflon-based products only,
as other oils may cause degradation. If necessary, a small
amount of lubricant can be applied to the moving parts
such as letterplates, handles and knockers.