Commercial Kitchen Door
A commercial kitchen door is a specialized door used by restaurants that separates the kitchen from the dining area. The doors are designed to swing in both directions without the use of handles, knobs, push bars, or any other type of hardware. These doors are designed this way so staff can pass freely from one room to another without the use of their hands. Commercial kitchen doors have other names, as well, such as traffic doors, double swing doors, double acting doors, dual acting doors, impact doors, crash doors, and bump doors. These doors are available in colors and stainless-steel options.
Commercial restaurant doors are designed for cafes, coffee shops, bakeries, and other retail food businesses. The Pro Tuff and Tuff Lite models are the most commonly used in the industry, because their light weight, and stainless hinges are the most desirable and functional versions of the double swing restaurant traffic doors. The Pro Tuff model comes in seven different color options, black, blue, brown, red, green, gray, and beige. The Tuff Lite is a completely stainless-steel option. Both doors operate with the same easy swing hinge system, and both are designed to match the desired aesthetic and functional goals of the businesses to which they are installed. Both doors are easily cleaned with a rag and cleaning solution, and both doors will come with a vision-lite for visibility between the two rooms.
Commercial Kitchen Door Options
These doors are designed for a variety of sizes, and there are also single and double panel options available. There are also half-size and full-size door options available. The half-size doors are typically referred to as café or saloon style doors. The main differences between these styles is the squared off edges of the café doors versus the Western style humps of the saloon style door. There are different shapes, sizes, and colors to meet every business’s needs!