Please find this product at http://absupply.net/searchfast.aspx?videoid=QjHUj7litA4 This video is to bring you a closer look at the Pemko No. 210PWPK painted white aluminum door shoe with a rain drip and pemkoprene insert. Let’s go over that. The 210 is representative of the profile. It’s an aluminum extrusion with an integrated drip cap. The “PW” means that it is painted white aluminum, typical residential sort of application. PK, pemkoprene, this is a higher-performing seal synthetic material used than vinyl. This is PK or pemkoprene is higher perform that you would want. You would want pemkoprene pretty much in all instances, in my condition, unless of course cost is the driving factor, then you would go with vinyl. The 210 is representative of this L-shaped sort of door bottom that you’re gonna see on residential applications, and what tells me its residential is really the white color, but anywhere where white would be complimentary to the rest of the doorway. The 210 features the drip cap, and the drip cap is proven extremely effective at helping just simply drive water away from the underside of the door where the wind can push it in, or whatever the case might be. Just that about 9/16″ or so offset is ever so crucial and people that are in the know, people that make a living installing this material, will always opt for a drip cap, not only at the bottom of the door, but the top as well, which Pemko has available. Dimensionally, there’s an image below this video showing everything important, let’s go over that now. You can see it’s 1-5/16″ overall height in terms of the extrusion, and while that’s certainly important to know, the more important dimension to know is this 1/2″ dimension from the bottom side of the extrusion to the bottom of the vinyl. The dimension here, this is what you’re working with in terms of how much undercut you have, you’ve got to make sure that you can accommodate this. That you don’t have something significantly less than that or significantly greater. If you had 1/8″, this isn’t going to work. If you had 7/16″, yeah, you may be right there. 1/2″ is that dimension, you don’t need a whole lot of it touching to be effective. Available in several different colors by Pemko: mill aluminum, dark bronze, gold, painted white, satin nickel, typical finishes. Available in several different lengths as well on the website. If you have need for a custom length, by all means, let us know by ordering the next longest piece or pieces and indicate in the comment field what length you’d like for us to cut the material back to. The reasoning is if you had to take this 36″ piece and cut down it down to say 32″, you’d eliminate that slotted hole. and it’s nice to have that slotted hole from the factory there because it will allow you to compensate for a sill that’s not exactly level, or a door that’s not plumb, or also the condition where you’re pre drilling the holes for the screws (which are included in a complimentary finish). Your drill bit might have a tendency to walk a little bit if you’ve not used a center punch, and that slotted hole from the factory will help compensate for a mis-drilled hole as well. So if you order a custom length, we’ll not only locate that slotted hole at the proper distance from the edge, but the proper center to center as well. Pemko is a full-line manufacturer of all things weather stripping related, a comprehensive offering of not only door bottoms but perimeter gasketing and thresholds, material made of aluminum like this, stainless steel, architectural bronze as well. Any questions on the Pemko No. 210 PWPK painted white door bottom with a drip cap, or any other Pemko products, please feel free to reach out to us.
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Post time: Jun-16-2017