Door panel

Door panel

A distinct section or division of a door, recessed below or raised above the general level, or one enclosed by a frame.
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He passed as usual up the large, cold staircase and through a spacious vestibule above, where the walls seemed all composed of small door panels, touched with long-faded gilding; whence he was ushered into the sitting-room in which he had already been received.
But he seemed very much interested in his surroundings, looked all round the hall, noted the costly wood of the door panels, paid some attention to the silver statuette holding up the defective gas burner at the foot of the stairs, and, finally, asked whether this was in very truth the house of the most excellent Senora Dona Rita de Lastaola.
The door panels were in a normal state of smash, but the frame of the door resisted all besiegers, and behind it the owner carried on his varied pursuits--much in the same state of mind, I should fancy, as a border-farmer lived in, in the days of the moss-troopers, when his hold might be summoned or his cattle carried off at any minute of night or day.
On this solid basis, Tabitha would rear a lighter structure, composed of the splinters of door panels, ornamented mouldings, and such quick combustibles, which caught like straw, and threw a brilliant blaze high up the spacious flue, making its sooty sides visible almost to the chimney-top.
Two photo eyes, a dual-pneumatic reversing edge and threshold warning lights will reverse the descending door panel if an employee is in the doorway.
Each 4-inch-thick closed cell foam door panel provides R-23 insulation for thermal protection.
Two of the offenders approached the house and smashed a glass front door panel with a piece of piping.
Build up the coats and use a filling knife or scraper to smooth the filler over the damaged door panel.
The first application of the technique was with an aluminium outer door panel, which was conventionally made of steel, to join it to a steel inner door panel.
today announced that it has newly developed a technology to join steel and aluminum and applied it to enable adoption of aluminum for an outer door panel, which has conventionally been made of steel.
A precision fit and excellent seals are probably more important than the door panel itself in this regard.