jamb depth

jamb depth

The overall depth of a door-frame, measured from one face to the other.
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The 3-1/4" jamb depth hung-sliding (HS) window has achieved architectural window (AW) and heavy-commercial (HC) classifications with AAMA 101-97 ratings of HS-AW40 and HS-HC55, respectively.
The Woodwright[R] double-hung insert window features a 3 1/4" pocket window jamb depth, allowing convenient replacement without disturbing interior window trim in most applications.
The 4-1/4" jamb depth window has achieved, through independent national laboratory testing, architectural window (AW) and heavy-commercial (HC) classifications with AAMA 101-97 ratings of H-AW45 and H-HC60, respectively.
In addition to knowing the frame size, you need to know the jamb depth. Photo 3 shows how to measure your window for jamb depth.
Next determine the "jamb depth" for your new door (Fig.
Jamb depth. The jamb (door frame) should be as wide as the wall is thick when you measure from the outside sheathing to the inner wall surface (Fig.