222_V, 222_PK, 223_NB, 2230_NB, 234_V & 234_PK Door Shoes
Door shoes are used to seal the area under a door with minimal affect on the appearance of the face of the door. In addition to sealing the gap under the door, door shoes are often used to provide protection for the bottom of the door. Our door shoes consist of an aluminium channel with a flexible insert available in Eco-V or PemkoPrene.
- Channels are punched with elongated slots for easy adjustment
- Door sweeps are provided with stainless steel fasteners
- Available with PemkoPrene™ (PK) or Vinyl (V), except 3962_; both seals are the same in shape and size
- Rain drip model is ideal for deflecting rain away from the bottom of door
A (Mill Finish Aluminum) D (Dark Bronze Anodized) G (Gold Anodized)
For disabled people to have independent access through single or double swing doors, the opening force, when measured at the leading edge of the door must not exceed 30N between 0º and 30º from closed and 22.5N thence until 60º. It is likely that this performance requirement might not be achievable for some locations where closer forces and the influence of seals used for smoke sealing or acoustic performance requirements will add to operating forces.
We provide an extensive range of threshold drop seals that may be used for smoke sealing purposes (where the under door gap
exceeds 3mm) or for sound attenuating, light tight or other performance requirements. All our threshold drop seals incorporate Pemko’s patented low friction ‘Feather Touch’ technology resulting in minimal operating forces.
Optimum performance is achieved when the seal is adjusted to grip a 50-70 gsm piece of paper that can be withdrawn without tearing. Unless otherwise specified, the seal element consists of a closed cell sponge neoprene insert to Pemko’s patented ‘tri-fin’ design. The seal maintains pliability down to -70°F. The sealing element benefits from good ‘memory’ and durability characteristics. Other seal element options are available where specified.