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HOW TO ORDER - Eliason Corporation

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HOW TO ORDER
1. MEASURE FINISHED OPENING SIZE
a. Finished Opening Size Not Door Size
i. Eliason Corporation will determine door size based on door type and
clearances specifications.
b. How many locations need to be measured?
i. Height – Measure from floor to top of door opening. Take 3 measurements.
1. Left Side
2. Center
3. Right Side
ii. Width – Measure from left jamb to right jamb of door opening. Take 3
measurements.
1. Top
2. Center
3. Bottom
c. What if all three measurements are not the same?
i. Use the smallest/narrowest dimension to ensure the door will fit in the door
opening.
d. Jamb Construction Detail (Eliason does not supply frames or install doors)
i. Jamb Material
1. Wood Jamb – Must have double 2 x 4 construction for top and side
jambs.
2. Hollow Metal Jamb – Needs to be reinforced at hardware location.
3. Steel Channel Frame – Suitable as is.
2. INSURE OPENING IS SQUARE AND PLUMB
a. Square – Corners of jamb are 90 degrees
b. Plumb – Jamb walls are exactly vertical to jamb header and floor
3. DETERMINE TYPE OF DOOR REQUIRED
a. High Impact Traffic Doors
b. Medium to Heavy Impact Traffic Doors
c. Light to Medium Impact Traffic Doors
d. Cooler Doors
e. Food Service Doors
f. Stainless Steel Doors
4. DETERMINE HOW DOOR OR DOORS WILL FILL THE OPENING
a. Normal – A normal size door (door size listed in catalog excluding café/gate doors)
that fills the complete door opening (less specified clearances).
b. Café/Gate – A short door (height less than or equal to 47.5”) that is mounted in door
opening allowing open space above and below door.
c. Shorty – A short door (height greater than 47.5”) that is mounted in door opening
allowing open space above and below door.
d. Overcut – A door that is mounted allowing open space above the door.
e. Undercut – A door that is mounted off of the floor allowing open space below the
door.
f. Open Header – A normal size door that allows open space above the door. (No Header)
5. DETERMINE IF A PAIR OR SINGLE IS REQUIRED
a. Pair – Two doors in a single opening. Minimum size opening 36” wide. Maximum
size opening 96” wide.
i. ADA Pair – One door must be a minimum 36” wide. Minimum size opening
54” wide. No maximum size opening.
b. Single – One door in a single opening. Minimum size opening 24” wide. Maximum
size opening 48” wide.
i. ADA Single – Minimum size opening 36” wide. Allowing a clear passage of
32” (Allowances for Hardware)
ADA = American Disability Act
6. DETERMINE HAND – ONLY FOR SINGLE DOOR OPENINGS
a. Face the door from the customer side
i. Right Hand – The hinge will be on the right hand side and the door will
swing to the right into the backroom.
ii. Left Hand – The hinge will be on the left hand side and the door will swing
to the left into the backroom.
7. DETERMINE WINDOW MATERIAL, SIZE AND LOCATION
a. Window Material
i. Standard material – Clear Acrylic
ii. Optional materials – Laminated Safety Glass, Translucent, Smoked,
Mirrored, Tempered Glass and Wired Glass
b. Window Size – Normal vs. ADA
i. Normal Window – Can be any width and length
ii. ADA Window – 9” x 30” window or larger
iii. State Regulations – Some states have regulations that mandate minimum
square inches for window size. Check the regulations of the state where the
door is to be installed.
c. Window Location – Standard Location vs. Center Location
i. Standard Location – The default location of the window will be offset from
swing edge of door approximately 4” and located 60” from floor to center of
window.
ii. Centered Location – When specified window will be located in the center of
door (horizontally only) and located 60” from floor to center of window.
Window will not be centered vertically.
iii. ADA Location – When specified the ADA window will be located 43” from
floor to bottom of window and will be offset from swing edge approximately
4” unless specified otherwise. (Check Local Codes)
8. DETERMINE COLOR REQUIRED
a. Consult Catalog or Website
9. DETERMINE IF JAMB GUARD IS REQUIRED
a. What are Jamb Guards used for?
i. Jamb Guards are used to protect jambs from heavy abuse by motorized
equipment such as fork lift trucks and pallet jacks. Jamb Guards are used to
prolong the life of your door and jamb.
10. DETERMINE IF ANY ACCESSORIES ARE REQUIRED
a. Consult Catalog
11. MOUNTING DOOR
a. All hardware and fasteners needed for mounting are included. If you do not have all
necessary hardware and fasteners please contact Eliason’s Customer Service
Department.
b. Stainless Steel hardware is also available for some door types. Consult Eliason’s
Customer Service Department for details.
12. PAYMENT TERMS
a. Net 10 days – Based on acceptable D&B rating, or Credit applications, takes 1-5
days. Limit of credit established by evaluation by Eliason. No retainage or
unauthorized deductions allowed.
b. Cash with Order – Check required before assembly of door. Assembly time 3-5
days. Check may be required before parts ordered for “Specials”, Freight “Collect”
or “Prepaid with Third Party Billing.”
c. Collect on Delivery (COD) – Most costly. Can be used if necessary. Cashier’s
Check required if order is more than $500.
d. Credit Card – Charges applied upon order. Freight “Collect” or “Prepaid with Third
Party Billing”.
13. GENERAL
a. Freight Charges are not included in door price.
b. All products are ordered through the Eliason’s Customer Service Department located
in Woodland, California and Kalamazoo, Michigan.
c. All products are custom made to your chosen size and specifications.
d. Most lead times are two weeks or less and Eliason will work with the customer if
product is needed before our standard ship time. No charge to expedite an order,
however if premium freight is required, it will be at the customer’s expense.
e. Double Action Doors are not fire rated and no painting or finishing is required.
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