Steel Exterior Doors - Design: Single with 2 Sidelites - Model: EST-W3 , 42" Wide
A three-glass panel exterior steel door that creates a clean industrial look. These minimalist collections are a great addition to any industrial or commercial space as well as any residential home, condominium or apartment that is looking to complement modern, industrial, transitional, and traditional architectural styles.
available in custom sizes
Single with 2 Sidelites
Single with 2 Sidelites - Wide
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Glass Divided Lites
A lite refers to each separately framed piece of glass on a window or door. A mullion is the line that forms a division in a window or door and this division can either be a real, or simulated.
True Divided Lites(TDL): the glass on the window isn't a single piece, but multiple pieces separated by mullions that go through the glass.
Simulated Divided Lites (SDL): the glass is a large, single piece with mullions placed on top of the glass, but they don’t cut through it.Learn More»
We use Door Hardware with Euro Multipoint
- Always offered with our European multipoint locking mechanism
- Our multipoint is the Secury Europa S R4 from GU
- This system comes with a distance of 3-5/8" between the keyhole and the lever hole
Latch: available for left hand or right hand
Follower: The receiving end of the lever spindle that provides the locking operation.
Deadbolt: Depending on the system, can come as a 1 or 2-turn with a deadbolt throw of 20 mm
Cylinder Hole: Accepts a round or profile cylinder of 22mm in diameter
FerroFinestra W75 TB
Ottostumm's newest system, W75 TB FerroFinestra, utilizes a palpable, visible insulating surface. This is our most advanced insulator in our steel door collection. The profile of this systems allows us to utilize insulating, low-E glass the increase thermal protection. This insulator is fiberglass-reinforced and provides superior insulating properties for the harshest of climates.