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Ordering
All prices exclude VAT. Specifications may vary at our option.
French sets open outwards and thanks to our unIinqtuernal
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We recommend that your door set is maintained and refinished using medium or high-build microporous wood finishes. In addition, it’s better to refinish as soon
French doors • Part ‘L’ 1.7 W/(m2k) • Glass 1.1 W/(m2k)
Guarantees
Guarantees are subject to the products being treated in accordance with Premdor’s instructions for storage, handling, installation, maintenance and use and
reversible technology, either the left or right door can be used as the main opening door. 3 Door
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Glazing
finish our doorsets for external use.
follow these instructions may invalidate your guarantee. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Internal
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The 24mm double glazed units incorporate special
3 Door Left opening
Low ‘E’ thermal glass with an argon filling to enhance
the thermal performance, the double glazed units are fitted into the doors so there is no glazing required on site. The glass is toughened to the 2 latest European standards BS EN 12150 and BS EN 12600.
Finishing Right opening 4 Door The sets have been factory finished with 3 coats
of high-build microporous finish applied and ready
to install on site without further finishing. One total immersion dip coat and 2 top coats. The finish incorporates maximum UV protection.
It is very important that the finish on your door set is
Weather protection
Locking systems and ironmongery
Factory fitted glass carries a 5 year guarantee.
Guaranteed for 10 years against doors and hardware manufacturers defects.
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The doorsets are supplied with a multi-point locking system. The handles are of a chrome effect and are supplied loose, ready for fitting on site.
Left openingThermal efficiency
Right opening
4 Door
The length of time between re-coating depends greatly
on exposure to weather and the direction the sliding/
folding doors face. The coating will last longer in a
accredited testing company. The ‘U’ value indicates
2
thermal efficiency (W/m K). The lower the rating the
greater the energy saving. For further information see Building Regulations Part L.
‘U’ Values
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Internal
sheltered or north facing site. However, if the site is south facing, or in a3hDeaovoyrweLaethfet roepxepnoisnugre area, we recommend checking for break down every six months
as you see any breakdown of the finish. Don’t wait until
it’s too late and the finish has completely broken down
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allowing moisture into the wood.
All of our sets incorporate double weather and draught seals. 4 Door Left opening
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Internal
 French and folding
doorsets
Doorset
The finished frame height is 2074mm for French doors and 2090mm for the folding doors.
Handing Internal
Folding sets are reversible from the same set for left or
right opening which can be chosen on site.
Internal
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after purchase and re-coating if necessary. Right openinFgolding doors • Part ‘L’ 1.5 W/(m2k) • Glass 1.1 W/(m2k)
We do not recommend the use of yacht
varnish, waxes or oil application4sDtoopr reLe-ft openingexclude ironmongery where applicable. Failure to
    u 0.00 The Building Regulation Part L rating of
External - All external sets open to the outside
 the whole set is 1.7W/m2K which passes the
regulations for refurbishment, extension3sDtooerxistin3gR
Handings and brickwork sizes:
3L
 dwellings or new build homes. The Low ‘E’ glass used checked and re-coated after 12 months (six months in 2
Choose between left or right handing – There is no need to order left or right opening sets as our folding sets
are all reversible and this can be chosen when the set arrives on site.All our folding doors fold outside to allow
4 Door Left opening Right openinghas a 1.1W/m K rating. Please note that the ‘U’ Values
coastal areas). This will maintain the decorative finish
doors and frames during the life of the product.
BrickRwighotrokpseinzinegs and how your folding doors open
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and ensure that no moisture enters the timber of the
are indicated alongside products for guidance only.
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3 door configuration
6’ Brickwork size 1800 x 2100mm
7’ Brickwork size 2100 x 2100mm
8’ Brickwork size 2400 x 2100mm
External - All external sets open to the outside
3 Door
Looking from outside right hand opening
3R
3L
14’ Brickwork size 4200 x 2100mm 16’ Brickwork size 4800 x 2100mm
9’ Brickwork size 2700 x 2100mm
External - All external sets open to the outside External - All external sets open to the outside
3Door 3R
3 Door Ins3idRe
43DLoor 3R/1L 3L
3L/1R
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Values shown are independently tested by an
4 door configuration 5 door configuration
3 Door 3ERxternal - All external sets op3eLn to the outside
10’ Brickwork size 3000 x 2100mm
5 Door
5R
5L
External - All external sets open to the outside
maximum use of space in your room.
3 Door 3R
4 Door
3R/1L
3L
3L/1R
5L
3L/1R
6 door configuration
4 Door 3R/1L
12’ Brickwork size 3600 x 2100mm
5 Door
5R 3L/1R
     4 Door
Inside
Inside
Looking from outside
3R/1L
            Inside
          ternal sets open to the outside 4 Door 3R/1L
Looking from outside right hand opening
5 D3Lo/o1Rr
5L
5L
5L
Looking from outside right hand opening
5L
Inside
Looking from outside left hand opening
3L
4Door 3R/1L Inside
35L/D1Roor 5R Inside
Looking from outside left hand opening
5R
                    5 Door 5R
Looking from outside left hand opening
   53DLo/o1Rr 5R
 Finishing
adequate coverage at least three coats of topcoat paint/ stain needs to be applied. All edges, rebates for glazing and any areas which have been cut, drilled, etc must be fully painted/stained to the same standard as the rest of the door.
Do not use oil (e.g. Danish oil) waxes, polishes or dyes as they do not properly seal the door and can lead to delamination of the veneer.
Coatings must be regularly maintained to prevent a breakdown of the protective paint or stain film, which can lead to moisture ingress/loss and deterioration of the door.
Maintenance
At annual intervals or more frequently if necessary, inspect and lubricate all ironmongery, hinges, pivoting and sliding parts. Inspect the condition of the decorative and glazing systems on all external joinery at maximum intervals of one year and carry out remedial work
as required.
Weather protection
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Decoration should be carried out in accordance with BS 6150 and BS 8000 Part 5.
Products must be clean and dry prior to finishing, having a moisture content which is no greater than the average for the intended location. Always follow the instructions provided with the stain or paint which is to be applied. Where necessary, Shellac knotting may be applied to honey primed door frames to aid resistance to resin staining subsequent to paint finishing.
The use of dark coloured paint finishes should be avoided on all softwood external joinery to minimise solar gain. A neutral colour undercoat should be considered when it is desired to finish frames in pastel shades.
It is important that the finishing system is balanced by equal application to both sides at the same time to ensure that an imbalance of moisture does not occur, particularly in the decoration of doors.
The complete surface area should be fully treated with topcoat paint or stain prior to installation. To ensure
It is recommended that exterior doors which are to be located in exposed areas should be protected by a canopy or porch.
Please note
Finger-jointed materials may be used in manufacture, enhancing product stability.
Timber door frames
If stored outside, the frame should be placed on level bearers and protected by a tarpaulin. There must be space for air to circulate around and between the frames.
Check that the frame is perfectly square by measuring the frame diagonals. These are exactly the same length if the frame is square.
NOTE: On external door frames for fire doors, the gap between the frame and brickwork must be packed with a non-combustible material, for example, mineral wool fibre.
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