- City: Sultan
- State/Province: Washington
- Country: United States
- Zip/Postal Code: 98294
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This door is in excellent condition and is in complete working order. The door was in daily operation at the bank until December of 2012. All of the exposed metal on the door is brushed stainless steel with no signs of rust or deterioration. The door locking mechanism consists of a Diebold three-keyed timer mounted to the inside of the door that may be custom set by the owner. On the outside there are two Diebold individual combination locks. The door, when pushed closed, is locked by a single large lever. Then the lever resembling a wheel is set into place, which locks the door into a snug fit within the doorframe. As seen from the pictures the door is strikingly bold with all the exposed mechanisms are convincingly secure.
The door itself weighs approximately 5,000 pounds and is about the size of standard 3’ wide 6’8” high single man door. When the door is opened the walk through frame is 32” wide at its narrowest point. The door, which hinges on dual roller bearing hinges, has a very massive feel although it is designed to open and close easily by a single person.
How The Door Arrives To You:
The door was professionally removed and crated in a manner that would allow any medium skilled contractor to install the door. The components shipped to you are shipped in 3 individual fully enclosed crates. The largest of the crates is 4’ wide x 8’ long x approximately 30” high. The largest crate contains the doorframe and the components necessary to install the doorframe. The doorframe crate and its components weigh approximately 2,700 pounds. The door crate is 42” wide x 84” long x approximately 30” high. The door crate contains only the door, all of the locking mechanisms, and the hinge. The door crate weighs approximately 5,500 pounds. The door crate, as with all three crates, is screwed together and bolted together in a manner to facilitate easy lifting and removal of the door. All required lifting straps are in place and included in the door crate. The third crate is 20” wide, 100” long x 5” high. This final small crate includes all of the exterior stainless steel trim components and two of the doorframe plate steel components. All of the crates include labeling of components where necessary to allow for an easy installation. The crates are all wrapped 3 mil plastic to protect from the weather if stored outside temporarily. The 3 crates are shipped to you by common carrier and we will assist you in locating the best possible shipping price. Estimated shipping in the continental US excluding AK and HI should be $2000 or less. The crates are designed to be lift with a forklift or pallet jacks. The small crate can be lifted by two men and weighs approximately 200 pounds. The crating is of the best quality and is designed so that you may store the door and its components indefinitely.
The installation has been simplified by removing the door and its frame into two main components. The first component of installation is the doorframe itself. The doorframe is all heavy steel with some stainless steel exposed pieces. The doorframe can stand up on its own in the rough opening door space of your vault walls. The ideal rough opening, whether concrete or steel, is a minimum of 42” and optimum opening of 48” wide. The wall thickness should be 12”, however, a wall thickness of 6”- 18” is completely workable. The doorframe, once erected in the rough opening, has four large adjusters to bind the doorframe into the opening with precise accuracy. Once the door is true in the rough opening, it may be welded, however, the simplest way to permanently secure it into place is to fill the void around the frame with cement. The cement will permanently bind the doorframe into place. After installing the doorframe, the bearing seated hinges are installed with eight large bolts directly threaded into the frame. No adjustment is necessary. After the hinges have been attached to the doorframe, the door crate is ready to open and hang the door. The door is lifted off the pallet with straps (which are included) and may be hung into place with a forklift or crane. The bearing hinges currently attached to the door merely set in the hinge bearing seats, which would be attached to the frame. The massive weight of the door is all that is necessary to keep the door on the frame. The rest of the components included in the shipment are clearly marked and just require common sense to complete the installation.
Also included inside the frame crate is a smaller crate, which contains the glass door that covers the inside of the door. The hinges are also included and require only six screws for installation. This door is actual glass or tempered glass. Finally, included in
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