Krieger’s stainless steel door panels can be embossed, patterned, etched, bead blasted, or colored to complement your project. We offer 304 and 316 grades of stainless steel.
Stainless Steel 304
Non-hardenable, austenitic (non-magnetic), low-carbon, chromium-nickel steel, which offers good general-purpose corrosion resistance. It is the most commonly used stainless steel because of the ease in which it can be formed into various shapes.
Stainless Steel 316
Non-hardenable, austenitic, chromium-nickel steel with superior corrosion and heat resistance properties. Sometimes referred to as “marine stainless,” this grade is non-magnetic in the annealed condition. Grade 316L is also available.
Note: Actual colors may vary from displayed images due to variations in screen clarity and resolution.
Please ask for a factory finish sample before making your final decision.
How to Select a Stainless Steel Finish
Complete Door Assembly
You Select Stainless Steel
Select Stainless Steel as the finish option and choose from 304 or 316 metal grade.
Next, select the finish effect you want: Bead Blasted, Brushed, Coarse, Colored, Matte, Mirror, Reflective, or Satin.
Krieger Manufactures the Assembly
Krieger custom-manufactures the door panel, door frame, as well as any transom and/or side lite frames with your selected grade and finish of stainless steel.
If your door assembly includes a vision lite, transom, and/or side lite(s), Krieger orders the glass as requested. More Information
Your Door Assembly Is Shipped
The stainless steel door panel, door frame, and other assembly components are shipped to your job site.
Glass for the vision lite, transom, and/or side lite(s) is shipped with the door to be installed at the job site by your glazer.
Additional Door Finish Options