conventional door

conventional door

Any door (including a kalamein door) except one of a special type, such as a fire door, a sound-attenuating door, or the like.
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Looks nothing like a conventional door stop and more like a sleek gadget.
Where it is situated and the size of the room does not lend itself to a conventional door, so he built a bam door, which is now a focal point of the "great" room for less than $75.
Whenever I see one of these terrible turnstiles, there is always a perfectly usable conventional door nearby.
One or more of the panels can include an access door, which opens like a conventional door to allow stretchers, medical and fire personnel to enter and exit.
Security cameras will also be installed, and card readers will replace conventional door locks.
Of course, conventional door hardware isn't designed with any considerations that would help prevent something like a suicide attempt.
Touch-pad operation for the doors removes the need for conventional door handles, creating a clean profile.
Today, the most widespread method for door panels is to attach the internal technical parts onto a cassette, over which a conventional door panel with map pocket, armrest and loudspeaker grille is attached.
Holliday also cited the need for a conventional door system to provide good seal between production rooms and the corridor, preventing dust and dirt collection.
Conventional door design fails to meet the more stringent demands of industry--typical problems include hinge weakness, door material splinters, cracks and chips.
Not only does Intellitouch do away with conventional door handles, it eliminates separate door locks by controlling the latch function, and can be fully integrated with an OEM's keyless entry system.
So clever is the design that a conventional door pillar has been dispensed with and the rear doors open backwards to create sufficient room for passengers to get in and out with ease.

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