Entry door YUKON
aluminiumsteelstainless steel

entry door
entry door
entry door
entry door
entry door
entry door
entry door
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aluminium, steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel
Opening system
without glazing
Security level
Technical characteristics
security, acoustic, fire-rated, insulated, burglar-proof, high-resistance, bulletproof
Other characteristics
with fixed leaf, double-leaf, custom, lacquered, decorative

Min.: 72 in

Max.: 110 in


Min.: 24 in

Max.: 52 in


A Yukon door is an urban-style entrance door in a metallic finish with glossy stainless steel strips. The quiet and precise sensation is achieved by means of horizontal and parallel stripes embedded in the body of the door. A scale model is clean, modern and provides an up-to-date look. The wide palette of colors allows you to choose the right shade for you, according to your personal taste. GENERAL DESCRIPTION • The door slab is made up of 18 gauge galvanized steel reinforced by horizontal steel bars • REMO’s signature high security 12 point locking system with fast opening system and fast egress • Telescopic insert for easy door height adjustment (up to 4”) • Door slab thickness of 2” • Door weight of 130 lbs. CERTIFICATION • Sound proofing 35 STC Rating HARDWARE AND ACCESSORIES • Multi-Point 12 point locking system • Patented tamper-proof cylinder • Security cover plate on both sides of the locking case • 3D adjustable pipe hinges • Hidden hinges • Sealing gasket FRAME • Patented electrostatic powder coated retrofit frame DOOR FINISHES •Electrostatic powder coating DIMENSIONS • Standard height from 6’8” up to 10’ • Standard width from 24” to 60” • Custom Sizes Available • Available in single and double door styles • Side lights available in various sizes

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