DSR-403 Aluminum Door Shoe with Vinyl Insert
» Door Shoe is applied to the underside of the door creating a barrier against dust, drafts, light, smoke, and fire without compromising the aesthetics of the door.» It is also used to provide protection for the bottom of the door.» It consists of Aluminum Channel with a flexible Vinyl Insert.» Channels are punched with slotted holes for easy adjustment.» Used on either Wood or Hollow Metal Doors.» Also available with a rain drip design (prefix DSR), which deflectswater from the door as well as sealing the bottom of the door.
1. Remove the door if necessary to prepare the bottom of the door prior to installation of the door shoe.
2. Measure, mark, and trim the door shoes exact to the full width of the door. Trim seal 1/16" longer than trimmed door shoe on each end. Crimp end to secure insert.
3. Drill pilot holes in the header stop for the screw at marks.
4. Slide door shoe in place and insert screws. Adjust to ensure light even contact with threshold. Fasten the screws.
-Power tool drill -Cutting tools (Miter saw, circular saw, hacksaw & plier)
-Marker -Measuring tape
Important Reminder: Always use appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during installation.