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Pivot Doors

Thermally Broken Products

Our Pivot doors are designed to accommodate oversized openings by utilizing a high quality concealed floor closer. We can fabricate doors in excess of 2,000lbs with virtually any height or width based on the closer used. Combined with our thermally broken section, these doors are extremely energy efficient while meeting the most stringent design requirements. Pivot doors can be fabricated as French doors, with sidelights, transoms and multiple configurations as desired.

Available Materials

These pivot door systems offer a great deal of design flexibility for an architect. There are a variety of materials, glazing materials, and hardware available for this product.

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Sizes

All of our pivot doors are made specifically for each opening. The height and width of each panel is determined by the style and layout of the unit. Please contact us to discuss the details of your project.

Materials and Finishes

As a standard option, all of our Brombal products are offered in a powder coat finish in any RAL colors They are also available in the materials listed below:

  • Steel

    Steel is an iron alloy which uses are countless. Simple, tough, and perfect for a variety of uses, Steel boasts great tradition and plays an irreplaceable role in the building industry...

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  • Stainless

    Stainless steel is an iron alloy containing chromium, nickel, and molybdenum. It was discovered in 1913 by Englishman Harry Brearly after realizing he created a metal which resisted rusting when exposed to atmospheric elements...

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  • Cor-Ten

    CorTen steel is a high tensile strength, corrosion resistant steel alloy which contains copper, chromium and phosphorous. The name (Cor-Ten) reflects the special properties of this allows…

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  • Bronze

    Utilizing the highest quality bronze in the fenestration industry, our products are made from 67% copper and 33% Zinc. This ratio is what allows the alloy to acquire a beautiful patina typical of old bronze…

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  • Bi-Metal

    Bi-Metal allows the flexibility of choosing 2 different types of materials to meet interior and exterior design demands. The ability to combine our available metal materials different on each side…

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  • Metal Wood

    Metal-Wood is exactly as it sounds. The ability to combine our available metal materials on one side, and the warmth of wood on the opposite side is now possible. This allows you to carry…

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Hardware

Brombal can fabricate pivot doors using any floor closing system. Each closer is selected based on the size and configuration of your unit. Some models available include:

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Oversized Unit Hardware


If you are looking for a oversized unit, Tormax provides a cutting edge concealed floor closer. See below for more information


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Please contact us for special hardware requests.  We have the ability to replicate and remake custom hardware or utilize a specific hardware of your choice.

Glass

Since all of our units are shipped without glass, it provides great flexibility for the selection of glass based on your specific needs. We work with the largest glass vendors in the country to provide the most energy efficient solution. Some of the vendors we work with are PPG, Cardinal and others.

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