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1-3/4" thick sash panel prehung in a 1-1/16" frame with

a 1/2" rabbeted-in stop


Standard jamb width is 4-9/16"


LVL locking stiles; stiles and top rails are a nominal

4-5/8" wide; bottom rail is a nominal 7-9/16" high


Constructed of pine, with pine interior stops and wood

mull casings on mulled units


Energy efficient, insulating LoE


-270 glass

(tempered glass is

standard on outswing doors)


Glazed to the interior with beveled wood glazing beads


All exterior wood parts are treated


.050" thick, 6063 extruded aluminum alloy frames are

press fit on to the wood frame exterior of all units


Accessory grooves are integral to the extruded frames

for the easy addition of accessories


Frame corners are mitered or profile cut, with internal

corner and end keys screwed into the joints and

injected with sealant


Sash exterior is covered with .062" thick, 6063

extruded aluminum alloy

(when design contains raised panel, the

raised panel is covered with .040" thick, 1100 extruded aluminum alloy)


70% PVDF fluoropolymer finish on frame and sash


(meets performance requirements of AAMA 2605)


Fully weatherstripped for a tight seal


Non-adjustable, residential, 4" x 4" ball-bearing hinges

with 1/4" radius corners in a Bright Brass finish


Bronze-anodized aluminum bumper sill with oak interior



Heavy vinyl nailing fins with head drip caps*


Raised panels and/or glass lites

Outswing Door Standard Features

NOTE: All measurements are nominal.

* Standard only on units without brickmould.

Vinyl nailing fin applied as

standard to units without


138 Kolbe Ultra Series

Outswing doors are available with the same multitude of options as inswing doors, but swing outward for areas that

have space constraints. Outswing entrance and patio doors are available in single, double and French units, and can be

customized with sidelites or transoms to create a distinctive opening.

Photo courtesy of Kenneth M Wyner Photography, Inc.