A.G. English/Browning Security Door

posted on December 21, 2011

The Security Door includes a UL Listed S&G Type I Electronic Lock with a faceplate that can be mounted and concealed up to 7 feet from the vault to further hide its true nature. A six-panel door style helps blend in with other residential doors, and it can be painted. The minimum rough door opening for the Security Door is 83x36 inches.

Features include a 1 7⁄8-inch thick Duo-Formed type door, 10 chromed 1¼-inch locking bolts, 1 inch of fire-resistant insulation in the door face, a residential interior straight brass handle, concealed hinges, an L-Bar security on the hinge side, and an internal lock release to open the door from within the vault or residence. The door swings out 180 degrees when opened. Price: $3,359.

Contact: A.G. English; (918) 251-3399; www.agenglish.com.


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