Kawneer North America offers architectural aluminum building products and systems for the commercial construction industry. They offer a dynamic range of innovative, high performing products and systems for both renovation and new construction. Kawneer provides customers with a comprehensive product portfolio that includes entrances, framing systems, windows and curtain wall systems.
A pivot is installed on tops or bottoms of the doors or frames for center hung or offset hung doors. Center hung pivot points centered in thickness of door for full floor-to-ceiling concealment.
Kawneer clearance parts
As used in exit devices, a mechanism that fastens the cross bar in the fully depressed position, and also retains the latch bolt or bolts in a retracted position, thus permitting free operation of the door from either side. Locking or unlocking by hex key (Dogging Key)
Deadlatches offers flexibility of traffic control during and after business hours. A reverse turn of the key while the bolt is held retracted retains the bolt to allow two-way traffic for hospitals, banks, stores, and otherbuildings which require free entrance at certain times and exit-only at other times.
A huge bolt of laminated stainless steel, nearly three inches long, activated by an uncomplicated pivot mechanism, has made this basic MS® Deadlock the standard of the narrow stile door industry. The length of this bolt provides maximum security for a single leaf door, even a very tall and flexible one or an installation where the gap between the door and jamb is greater than it should be.
Door bottom sweeps are surface applied to the bottom face of a door. They are commonly used on the exterior of outswing doors. Door sweeps/channels help with keeping out the cold, heat, wind, insects, and rodents. Door sweep channels are available in several styles with materials based on your application. The inserts for door sweeps allow customers to select from vinyl, neoprene, nylon brush and pile depending on the application.
Kawneer Husky style concealed overhead door closer are compatible with all Kawneer doors as well as most of the framing systems. The closer is suitable for areas of medium to high traffic volume. The closer incorporates full hydraulic and spring power control. The closer will consist of a steel cam, rollers and springs along with heavy-duty ball bearings at the spindle, all housed in a compact reinforced wall cast iron body. A minimum 1-3/4" x 4" (44.5 x 101.6) transom bar or header is required to accept this closer.
Extra Light Duty (ADA)
The arm parts are for the Kawneer Husky 2 & Husky Shotgun concealed overhead closer. The Husky shotgun closer is longer in length then regular concealed overhead closers & has diamond shaped spindle for the arm parts. The Husky 2 concealed overhead closer has the same closer body as the Jackson & International and has a square shaped spindle for arm parts
Flat Head Socket Screws
Offset & Center Hung Arm Packages
Retrofit Cover Plates & Door Brackets
An intermediate pivot hinge is used to keep the middle part of the door in alignment with the pivot hinges at the top and bottom of the door.
Kawneer mall sliders, rollers assemblies, and roller accessories replacements for Sliding Mall Doors. Inboard and outboard head guide pins and the housing for pins available
Offset hung pivot bears the full weight of door is borne by floor pivot and are 3/4" Offset Pivots pivot point located 3/4" from the heel edge of the door and 3/4" from face of door.
Kawneer replacement Screw -in Astragal weatherstripping for aluminum style glass doors. Weatherstripping is the process of sealing openings such as doors, windows, and trunks from the elements. The goal of weather-stripping is to prevent rain, water, dust, insects from entering by either blocking it outright or by blocking most of it and returning or rerouting it. A secondary goal of weatherstripping is to keep interior air in, thus saving energy with heating and air conditioning.
Kawneer replacement weatherstripping for aluminum style glass doors. Weatherstripping is the process of sealing openings such as doors, windows, and trunks from the elements. The goal of weather-stripping is to prevent rain, water, dust, insects from entering by either blocking it outright or by blocking most of it and returning or rerouting it. A secondary goal of weatherstripping is to keep interior air in, thus saving energy with heating and air conditioning.