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Zero #365, Automatic Door Bottom, Surface Mounted, Heavy Duty, Neoprene Bulb Seal, 1" Drop

Zero #365, Automatic Door Bottom, Surface Mounted, Heavy Duty, Neoprene Bulb Seal, 1" Drop
Product Specs Automatic Door Bottom #365 in Clear Anodized Finish Clear Anodized Automatic Door Bottom #365 Applied to Wooden Interior Door Clear Anodized Automatic Door Bottom #365 Applied to Wooden Interior Door Dark Bronze Anodized Door Bottom Gold Anodized Door Bottom

This Zero International #365, Surface Mounted, Heavy-Duty Automatic Door Bottom will ensure a proper and tight seal to the gap at the bottom of your door.  Will block, sound, light, drafts and more.  Equipped with a long-lasting, high-quality, neoprene bulb and mechanism that has been tested to 5 million opening and closings.  Smoke and Fire-rated, this ADB is available in 3 finishes and is custom cut to size.  View more details in the description tab below. 

How to Order: Selecting Finish and Exact Size required determine your total price. Note, product is priced per range with 18.25"-36" being the lowest priced range. To determine size required, see How to Measure for an Automatic Door Bottom.

Stock sizes - 32" and 36" long are available to ship within 1 business day. Click here for our Quick Ship TMH Surface Mounted, Heavy Duty, Automatic Door Bottom. 

Price: $92.53
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Description

Dimensions: Casing measures 1.901" x .916" and is made of .083" thick aluminum.

Colors:  Available in Clear Anodized, Dark Bronze Anodized and Gold Anodized Aluminum.  

Seal: Casing is fitted with solid neoprene bulb seal with a maximum drop of 1". It can be used directly above the floor, or with a Doorway Threshold.

Compliance Details: Rated for fire and smoke and is UL Listed (see Product Data for details.)

Handing: Compatible with both right and left handed doors.

Installation: Model is designed to be surface mounted. Installation instructions and screws provided. Screws are colored to coordinate with casing.

Additional Options - Light Spring Strength: Light Spring Strength requires less operating force to activate than Standard Strength. Light Spring is compatible with ADA Compliant Doors and can be easily used by those with limited mobility. Can also be applied to sliding doors. casing dimensions are the same. Contact our office at 845-388-1300 to purchase.  

Sizing: To determine sizing, see How To Measure For An Automatic Door Bottom.

Please note, images are for illustrative purposes only. They are not actual photos. Therefore, actual colors may vary slightly and size many be enlarged to show detail. See product specs for exact measurements.

This product has a 1 year guarantee against defects in material and workmanship.
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How It Works

How it Works: Automatic Door Bottoms utilize a concealed flat spring mechanism and plunger. When the door is closed, a brass plunger is compressed to automatically lower the seal, starting from the hinge side first. This motion ensures a smooth usage even on an uneven surface and prevents drag. The seal is automatically raised upon opening. These automatic door bottoms have been successfully tested through 5 million cycles!

See also About Automatic Door Bottoms.

Product Specs
Compliance Details

Complies with the following ANSI / BHMA Codes: R3B334

Installation Guide

Click here for a Printable Copy of How to Install an Automatic Door Bottom.

Automatic Door Bottoms are available with three mounting options: Surface Mounted, Semi-Mortised and Fully Mortised. A surface mounted application can be applied without removing the door from its hinges. For a semi-mortised, if the rabbet in the door is cut-out already, the door does not need to be removed. For a fully mortised application the door should be removed before starting. 

STEP 1: SIZING YOUR DOOR BOTTOM

Once your door is ready for installation you need to determine the size required for your door bottom:

  • For a Surface Mounted Application: Measure the distance between the two stop moldings, or if a perimeter door gasket is applied, measure the distance between the two installed gaskets, then minus 1/8-1/4"” (.125”) from the total distance. That is the size needed for your door bottom.
  • For a Semi-Mortised and Fully Mortised Application: Measure your door from side to side; that is the measurement needed for your automatic door bottom.

For visual presentation see How to Measure for an Automatic Door Bottom.

How to Install an Automatic Door Bottom- Figure 1

Once you have determined the size needed, if necessary, trim your door bottom. Use a chop saw or table saw to create a perfectly straight cut.

Note, Only trim opposite the actuating plunger, brass nut. (Trimming from the brass nut side will ruin your ADB).

 

How to Install an Automatic Door Bottom- Figure 1You can trim from the edge up to one inch of the screw in the side wall of the ADB.

 

STEP 2: PREP FOR ATTACHING AUTOMATIC DOOR BOTTOM

How to Install an Automatic Door Bottom- Figure 3Surface Mounted and Semi-Mortised models need to be applied to the push side of the door only (the side with the door stops). The actuating plunger needs to be applied to the hinge side of the door for all applications.

Place the automatic door bottom against the door

Once you have the automatic door bottom leveled and positioned correctly, with a pencil or marker mark where the attachment screws need to be drilled.

STEP 3: ATTACHING THE AUTOMATIC DOOR BOTTOM

How to Install an Automatic Door Bottom- Figure 4

To make installation easier you can drill a pilot hole which will ensure you attach the door bottom to the correctly marked spot. With the screws provided, screw in the automatic door bottom.

In some models, a plate is provided for the hinge side of the frame. This will protect the door frame from getting worn down by the actuating plunger. If provided, attach to corresponding point on the frame.

 

STEP 4: TESTING YOUR AUTOMATIC DOOR BOTTOM

How to Install an Automatic Door Bottom- Figure 5Now that the door bottom is attached, test the door bottom by opening and closing the door to ensure there is a full seal. If the seal does not come down far enough twist the brass nut out, if it seals too tight twist the brass nut in.

Once you have followed through with all the instructions your Automatic Door Bottom is good to go! Enjoy years of quality sound, draft and light infiltration control with your new door bottom.

For additional assistance and product information, feel free to contact us. Our trained and friendly staff will guide you with all your soundproofing needs.

 

Shipping / Returns
  • Ship Time:
    • This product is custom made to your specifications, please allow 2 weeks to ship
    • EXCEPTIONS: Gold Anodized Aluminum and Black Anodized Aluminum Products require 2-6 week processing time.
    • Ships via major carriers, such as UPS or FedEx Ground, with tracking information provided.
       
  • Domestic Shipping Fees- (Hawaii and Alaska not Included):
    • FREE SHIPPING on orders over $200.00 (excludes oversized and freight orders).
    • There will be a flat $14.99 shipping and handling fee on orders under $200.00.
    • Oversized Items: Items 86" and above have an oversize surcharge of $70.00
    • Freight Orders: Items 104" and above require freight shipment and have a shipping charge of $150.00
    • Orders totals above $2,500.00 will ship free, regardless of size.
       
  • Alaska and Hawaii, Canada, and International Shipping:
  • Returns:
    • This product is custom made and is not returnable.
    • We are commited to your satisfaction, as a courtesy, we may, at our discretion accept returns with a minimum 30% restock fee.
    • Weatherstripping products will not be considered for returns.
    • Item must be in new, resaleable condition.
    • Please call or email us to receive an RMA number before returning. No returns will be processed without an RMA number.
    • Return shipping is customer's responsibility. A return address will be provided with RMA#.
    • If you are shipping via USPS (not recommended) do NOT require signature as we will not be able to pick up your package from local post office facility.
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pros
  • Good Design (3)
  • Quality Materials (3)
  • Durable (2)
  • Easy To Use (2)
  • Helpful Customer Service (1)
  • Perfect (1)
cons
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best uses
  • Inclined Threshold (1)
  • Used In A Foyer (1)
  • Low Noise at High ISO (1)

Reviewed by 3 customers

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By nhwilly

from Indianapolis, IN

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3.0
Haven't finished installing yet, but...
12/04/18
pros
  • Durable
  • Good Design
  • Quality Materials
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best uses
Comments about Zero #365, Automatic Door Bottom, Surface Mounted, Heavy Duty, Neoprene Bulb Seal, 1" Drop:
Trying to put this on a basement door to seal out the smells from the basement. Since it is surface mounted, it has to be a little shorter than the door so that as the door swings through it's arc, the additional width at the bottom from the surface mount doesn't catch the trim on the door frame. Even though I had a custom length cut, I had to cut it again myself and these are so well made that's easier said than done.

By Ray

from Bethlehem, PA

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Verified buyer
5.0
"Quality product/Works well!"
09/01/14
pros
  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Good Design
  • Helpful Customer Service
  • Perfect
  • Quality Materials
cons
  • None
best uses
  • Inclined Threshold
  • Used In A Foyer
Comments about Zero #365, Automatic Door Bottom, Surface Mounted, Heavy Duty, Neoprene Bulb Seal, 1" Drop:
This product surface mounts to a heavy inner door that opens from a foyer into the home where the threshold is inclined. The foyer is one inch below the level of the floor in the home. Therefore the door, when closed has a one inch gap in the foyer allowing cold into the home in winter and heat into the home in summer. When the door begins to open, the neoprene bulb seal instantly releases from its dropped sealing position up into the extruded Aluminm channel. All that is necessary to align it is to keep the edges of the extruded aluminmum even with the bottom of the door. I added a small brass plate screwed to the wood for the adjustment screw to contact as the door closes as I was concerned that over time the wood might become indented and this could necessitate a slight adjustment of the contact screw to compensate for this. I used a utility knife to slightly trim the neoprene bulb on each side after the installation and the door closes perfectly. Finally, the product was shipped in a very sturdy container reinforced with wood to protect the extrusion. I searched all the home centers and spent quite a bit of time on the internet before I found this product and I am glad to have found this device which no one else seems to have.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Jim

from Parsippany

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Verified buyer
5.0
Big Reduction in Noise of 1" Gap
02/07/14
pros
  • Easy To Use
  • Good Design
  • Quality Materials
cons
best uses
  • Low Noise at High ISO
Comments about Zero #365, Automatic Door Bottom, Surface Mounted, Heavy Duty, Neoprene Bulb Seal, 1" Drop:
Easy to install and huge reduction in noise. The whole thing sits closer to the floor, so the gasket does not have to travel more than about 1/2 of the INCH gap below my door.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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