Nystrom Launches 1 Inch Pan Floor Door
April 21, 2017
Nystrom introduces a 1 inch Pan Architectural Floor Door as part of the non-drainable Floor Door product line. The new floor door cover is designed to accept a variety of infill, including terrazzo, tile, concrete or wood panels. The narrow-reveal design allows for seamless integration into the surrounding floor.
- The aluminum access door is fully gasketed to prevent both water and odor penetration.
- The concealed hinge design allows for a 1/8 inch reveal.
- Designed for pedestrian traffic with a 300psf load.
- Gas spring with integral hold open with quick release
- Can be installed as cast-in or bolt-in for new construction or renovation.
- Available with a single door configuration with sizes up to 36 inches by 36 inches.
For more information or to request a quote, please visit www.Nystrom.com or call 1.800.547.2635.
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