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a barrier which swings, slides, tilts or folds to close an opening in a wall

Door

1

a manually operated sliding rod or bar attached to a door for locking it

Door bolt

2

a device placed on a wall behind a door or mounted on the flooor to prevent opening the door too wide, also called as door bumper

Door stop

3

the casing or moldings used around a door frame to conceal the crack or joint between the frame and wall or for decorative effects

Door trim

4

the vertical member on each side of the door

Door jamb

5

a hydraulic or pneumatic devices that automatically close doors quickly but quietly

door closer

6

the uppermost member of the door frame

Door head

7

a hardware accessory, consisting of wheels on a track, which supports a sliding door

Door roller

8

a door equipped with hardware which permits it to swing 90 degrees in either direction from the plane of its frame

Double-acting door

9

a doorframe which does not contain doorstops, thereby permitting installation of a double-acting do

Double-acting frame

10

permits a door to swing in either direction, and are usually fitted with springs to bring the door to a closed position after opening

Double-acting hinge

11

consists of two plates joined together by a pin which support the door and connect it to its frame, enabling it to swing open or closed

Hinge

12

a door having stiles, rails and sometimes mutins which form one or more frames around recessed panels

Panel door

13

one of the upright structural members of a door frame, as at the outer edge of a door sash

Door stile

14

the sill of a doorway covering the joint between two flooring materials or providing weather protection at an exterior door

Threshold

15

the wall opening into which a door frame is fitted

Rough opening

16

a smooth-surfaced door having faces which are plane and which conceal its rails and stiles or other structure

Flush door

17

a short rail mounted on a door near its lower edge, used to kick the door open primarily on institutional doors

Kick rail

18

are composed of two plates or leaves joined by a pin and secured to the abutting surfaces of wood and hollow metal doors and door jambs

Butt hinges

19

both leaves fully mortised into the abutting surfaces of a door and doorjamb so that only the knuckle is visible when he door is closed

Full-mortise hinges

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these are mortise hinges manufactured fit the recess and match the arrangement of holes of hollow metal doors and frames

Template hinges

21

Have one leaf mortised into the edge of a door and other surface-mounted to the doorframe

Half-mortise hinges

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have one leaf mortised into a doorframe and the other surface-mounted to the face of the door

Half-surface hinges

23

have two leaves surface-mounted to the adjacent faces of a door and doorframe

Full-surface hinges

24

have t-shaped leaves and a protruding knuckle so that the door can stand away from the wall when fully opened

Parliament hinges

25

have a single, pivoting joint and an oval-shaped knuckle

Olive knuckle hinges

26

contain coiled springs in their barrels for closing door automatically

Spring hinges

27

long, narrow hinges that run the full length of the two surfaces to which their leaves are joined

Piano hinges

28

consists of a number of flat plates rotating about a central pin, with shoulders mortised into the door edge and doorframe so as to be concealed when closed

Invisible hinges

29

are used with a mortise pivot at door head to enable a door to swing in either direction, may be provided with a closed mechanism

Floor hinges

30

an inoperable panel or glass light over a door

Fixed transom

31

exposed trim molding, framing, or lining around a door, window or table may be flat or molted

Casing

32

5 types of doors

1. swinging door
2. bypass sliding door
3. surface sliding door
4. pocket sliding
5. folding door

33

normally turns on hinges about a side jamb when pushed or pulled but may also be pivoted from head jamb and threshold

Swinging Door (Exterior and interior use)

34

requires space around doorway for door swing; check clearance required

Swinging door (exterior and interior use)

35

most convenient operation for entry and passage

Swinging door (interior and exterior use)

36

most effective door type for thermal and acoustic insulation and for weather resistance; can be fire rated

Swinging door (exterior and interior use)

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doors slide on overhead track and along guides or a track on the floor

Bypass sliding door

38

requires no operating space but is difficult to seal against weather and sound

Bypass sliding door

39

offers access only through 50% of doorway width

Bypass sliding door

40

used on exterior as sliding glass door

Bypass sliding door

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used in interiors primarily for visual screening

Bypass sliding door