|Commercial Steam Room Door, ADA Construction, Bathology|
Superior Commercial Steam Room Doors, by Bathology!
Designed to elegantly showcase your steam bathing sanctuary, keeping the steam in and stress and worries out, the SteamTight 440 Commercial Steam Room Door is engineered to exceed all expectations of any health and wellness facility.
The SteamTight 440 is an ADA compliant commercial-grade steam room door constructed of extruded aluminum with class1 electrolytically deposited clear anodizing. Pre-assembled by craftsmen with 1/4" clear safety glass and pre-hung on its frame, this elegant showpiece installs in just minutes.
Features of the SteamTight 440 Steam Room Door include lifetime stainless steel hinges and fasteners, striking push/pull set, superior one piece wool pile seals, vinyl tapered sweep, and an exclusive drip rail to redirect condensate back into the steam room.
This eye-catching centerpiece is an example of beauty and functionality with its stately design, satin finish, and ease of use. It employs a stainless steel push/pull set with clean and simple design elements that not only look beautiful but the elongated, easy-to-grab bars are comfortable for all bathers to use.
Addressing a commonly occurring comfort and safety issue is the innovative door drip rail which prevents accumulated moisture from rolling down the steam door interior and being deposited on the exterior floor upon each opening of the door.
The SteamTight 440 Steam Room Door measures 35-3/4"W x 84"H and its frame fits a 40" x 86" finished opening. Custom doors sizes are available in addition to special finishes, glass options, and closers optioned below.
The SteamTight 440 is assembled with an optional ADA stainless steel closer. When selected, these durable closers are frame mounted for installation convenience and long-lasting, trouble-free performance.
Note: To ensure safe arrival, the SteamTight 440 Steam Room Door ships securely within a 100 pound custom crate. Lift gate delivery can be requested to facilitate offloading should it be required.