Door Selector

This tool helps you choose the appropriate doors for your projects. Start by clicking the building type and opening to see the most commonly specified door designs and performance levels based on your criteria.
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Building Type

Office
Industrial
Apartment
Education
Medical
Hotel
Military
Government

Opening

Entrance

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Material Type

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Courtroom

Specialty Products (Optional)

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Individual Office

Specialty Products (Optional)

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Cafeteria

Specialty Products (Optional)

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Door Style

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Storm Shelter

Specialty Products (Optional)

Frame Construction

Material Type

Performance Level

Door Style

Door Design

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Safe Room

Frame Construction

Material Type

Performance Level

Door Style

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Entrance

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Material Type

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Meeting Room

Specialty Products (Optional)

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Barracks

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Material Type

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Your Results

Building type:
Opening:
Upgrade:
Frame construction:
Material type:
Performance Level:
Door Style:
Design:


You may choose to include “Provide steel doors and frames from an SDI Certified manufacturer.” in the Manufacturers section of your specification to ensure they meet SDI’s quality standards. More Information

The Steel Door Institute does not sell doors or frames. Please contact a manufacturer or distributor for product inquiries.

Bunker/Storage

Frame Construction

Not sure? Learn about KD vs. Welded Frames

Performance Level

The physical performance of doors and frames is specified as level 1–4. The higher the level, the thicker the gauge of steel. See ANSI/SDI A250.8 for more information.

Door Style