The SS-Series doors are VS-Series Flush Doors, fabricated from No. 304 or No. 316 stainless steel material. They are designed
to meet and exceed the harsh environmental exposures such as chemicals, water, moisture and others. Typical uses are Indoor
swimming pool areas, laboratories, hospitals, bottling plants, food processing plants and all tropical environments.
As stated by HMMA / NAAMM – USA (National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers-United States of America):
“Stainless Steel doors are used for the severely (No. 316) or moderately (No. 304) corrosive applications where corrosive
resistance is the primary concern such as in public swimming pools which are highly chlorinated”.
  • Spaces between stiffeners are insulated with fiber glass or mineral Rockwool to the full height of the door.
  • Standard infill thickness 50 mm of nominal density 24 Kg/m3.
  • Thermal Conductance (50 mm): U = 0.123 Btu/hr.ft2.ºF. (ASTM C177).
  • Thermal Resistance: R-Factor = 8.11 hr.ft2.ºF/Btu (ASTM C518-63T).
  • Combustibility: None / IMO Resolution-ASTM E 136-82, BS 476 Part 4, ISO R1182.
  • Polystyrene or Polyurethane core infill for non-fire doors (see details of PU & PS Series).
  • Beveled or flush welded glass beads.
  • Stainless Steel material, Grade 304 or 316 conforming to ASTM A666, available in different finishes, being mill, brush hairline # 4, or mirror finish # 8, in order to conform to any architectural requirement.
  • Fully glazed leaf.
  • All internal reinforcement parts are also available in stainless steel material (refer to “Leaf & Frame Construction”).
  • Vision panels, louver kits, transoms and sidelights.


  • Construction of the SS-Series doors meets the requirements of ANSI A250.8-2003 (SDI 100) and ANSI 151.1.
  • Fire Rating: Up to 11/2 hours for single leaf and double leaf swing doors, listed and labeled by Intertek-Warnock Hersey according to UL 10C, UL 10B, UBC 7-2-1994/1997, NFPA 252-1995, ASTM E152-81a, CAN4-1980, and BS 476.
  • Level “A” grade in accordance with ANSI A 250.4 test procedures.