door set

door set

An assembly of manufactured components of which a door is comprised, e.g., the door, door frame, door lining, etc.
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LHC seeks to establish a framework agreement in respect of the supply and installation and supply only of entrance door set and associated products incorporating full installation of specialist communal access controlled entrance door sets for public sector housing and non-housing buildings throughout the UK on a regionalised basis.
To aid in sealing, the first door set in place has an upper lip that the second door (with a lower lip) will close against.
In fact, if you need to buy more than one door set, Nor-Mar Sales will key the locks so that all use one key.
Six years ago, Nurse Next Door set out to realign the company with their original core purpose of making lives better.
Each spring, workers will open a door set into a wall of the artificial cave, remove the guano, and pressure-wash the walls and ceiling.
The bank proposes removing the existing doors and installing a new powder coated aluminum door set in its place.
The opened emergency door set off an alarm, but by the time security personnel and police responded, Duncan had blended in with the passengers boarding the plane, he said.
A bifold glass door was set into the fireplace opening, and a wood hearth with a secret door set off the stone facing.
Summary: BEIRUT: A small door set into the wall of Achrafieh's Abdel Wahab al-Inglezi Street has a rusty red padlock in the shape of an anchor.
The missing car key is described as an ordinary Ford ignition and door set, without a fob and is attached to a golden Yale key and two silver Yale keys, one with a round head and the other square headed.
With the front door set into a re-entrant porch, space at entrance level is divided by a central kitchen that shifts the axis.