When wider access is needed, FREEMAN MARINE'S French door performs like two single panel doors that seal to each other.
The major difference between the 1630 series and the 1610 - 1620 series versions is that the 1630 Series Doors use knife edge sealing, which makes the doors even more suitable for extremely wet, heavy weather applications. When dogged shut, the 1630's knife-edged frame and wide profile gasket-on-frame provide aggressive sealing. An overlapping, gasketed seam seals the center seam between the two door panels.
Freeman Marine Premium Duty panels feature thick skins (.160"~.250"), extra internal reinforcements, no seams exposed and all welded construction creating a rugged, seamless closure in individually dogged versions. Our lineal brushed finish, a trademark of FREEMAN Heavy Duty Doors, creates a durable, uniform texture. When yacht quality painted by Freeman to your color specifications, the seamless welded construction makes an impressive, rugged portal that features long lasting beauty. These doors offer welded in windows and can accommodate special glazing.
The same high quality tooling, processes and common design features that are used to make Premium Duty (1130 and 1430) single panel doors are put to work in the construction of FREEMAN 1630 series French doors.
Common vessel locations for French doors are in high traffic entryways and passageways.
Where suitable, doors can be designated to include additional windows and/or dogs or omit windows and/or dogs.