When wider access is needed, FREEMAN MARINE French doors perform like two single panel doors that seal to each other
The same high quality tooling and construction techniques used to make the single leaf Heavy Duty door are put to work in the construction of each 1620 French Door. Heavy Duty doors feature thick panel skins, extra internal reinforcements, no exposed seams and all welded construction to create a rugged closure in individually dogged versions.
Heavy Duty panels feature a lineal brushed finish, a FREEMAN trademark that creates a durable, uniform texture. When specified with optional yacht-quality paint to your color specifications, the 1620 Series welded construction results in a smooth, seamless appearance that features long lasting beauty.
Doors offer welded-in windows and can accommodate special glazing.
Solidly constructed and fully insulated, Heavy Duty French doors are suitable for the following typical high traffic access installations:
Model 1620 doors installed on passenger ferry with powered open-close mechanism. Panel includes solenoid actuated security latch that engages with ADA accessibility compliant rollover (12mm top surface rise) threshold. Panels have full perimeter gaskets for effective weathertight sealing.
Translink – BC Canada, SeaBus photos by Heath Moffatt; courtesy of Victoria Shipyards
Doors can be configured with ADA, IRC and IBC compliant thresholds. Degree of weather-tightness and acceptance by marine and other regulatory agencies are subject to individual project specifications and submittals.