Door jamb


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Door jamb

The vertical member located on each side of a door.
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Hafele is exclusive UK distributor for the range of high quality glass door hardware by family owned Italian maker Metalglas, Glass door hinges, locks and latches are made by Metalglas in solid brass and in a range of ultra modern metallic finishes for interior and exterior use in the civic, public and commercial building sectors, In addition to handles, locks and hinges, Metalglas also make superior quality sliding and pivot door gear; frameless folding systems for glass walls and door jamb profile options for glass infills in natural and anodised aluminium.
Four years ago, the Dutch government adjusted building codes to increase the standard door jamb measurement to 7 feet, 6 inches high.
The director was delighted with my efforts, pressed up as I was into the door jamb. I didn't have the heart to tell him I was only doing it to stop my leg from shaking.
He refused to go in a wheelchair and used to crawl and pull himself up by the door jamb to leave the room.
The Door Jamb Switch with Boot alerts the operator of any vessel, bus, or off-highway vehicle that a door or hoist is ajar, or that some other component of the vehicle or boat is not in its proper position.
Eliminating the door jamb cut-in on premium finishes by using a metallic primer coat saves $3.38/unit, and using a color primer saves a further $1.12/unit by requiring less top coat to cover it completely.
Add up the gross vehicle weight (noted on the door jamb sticker), plus the weight of passengers and gear you expect to haul.
Niles contends that such architectural devices as a triple door jamb, the inclusion of massive and open great halls, and an overall orientation toward a main plaza and modified natural sites, such as artificial lakes and terraces, represents a "radical re-visioning" of Inca architecture.
Finally, hold the lock striker plate over the two mortices, mark the outline of the plate on the door jamb with a pencil, and cut a recess for the plate.
This proposed AD would require inspection(s) to detect cracks of the door jamb corners and follow-on actions.
Are the audible controls working, and does every door jamb have raised-letter and braille signage?
Precise clearance also helps to disguise the evidence of a portal; the trim by the door jamb is beveled to make the seam fit tight when the door is closed.