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X1 Lite Interior Steel Glass Door

Sale price$1,249.00

Materials Swing Door

Swing Door Handle




Introducing our Swing Door Handle, a robust steel handle designed for interior swing doors. Crafted with a rustic aesthetic, this hardware handle adds a touch of elegance to your doors.


Material: Steel
Finish: Black
Packaging: Carton
Feature: Easy Installation
Intended Use: Indoor
Warranty: 2 years


This handle is perfect for interior swing doors, offering both style and practicality. Built to endure, it comes with a 2-year warranty for your assurance.

Swing Door Steel

Carbon steel is a widely used material in the construction industry, particularly for doors and interior partitions. Here’s an overview of its characteristics, benefits, and applications:

Characteristics of Carbon Steel

  1. Composition: Carbon steel primarily consists of iron and carbon. The carbon content can range from 0.12% to 2.0%.
  2. Types: Based on the carbon content, carbon steel is categorized into low, medium, and high carbon steel.
    1. Low Carbon Steel (Mild Steel): Contains up to 0.3% carbon.
    2. Medium Carbon Steel: Contains 0.3% to 0.6% carbon.
    3. High Carbon Steel: Contains 0.6% to 1.0% carbon.
  3. Strength and Durability: Carbon steel is known for its high tensile strength and durability, making it suitable for structural applications.
  4. Malleability: Low carbon steel is malleable and can be easily shaped, while higher carbon content increases hardness but reduces malleability.

Benefits of Using Carbon Steel for Doors and Interior PartitionsStrength and Security: Carbon steel doors and partitions offer excellent security due to their high strength and resistance to impact.

  1. Durability: Carbon steel is highly durable and can withstand wear and tear, making it ideal for high-traffic areas.
  2. Fire Resistance: Carbon steel is non-combustible and can enhance the fire resistance of doors and partitions.
  3. Cost-Effective: Compared to other metals like stainless steel, carbon steel is more cost-effective while still providing good performance.
  4. Aesthetic Versatility: Carbon steel can be finished with various coatings (paint, powder coating, galvanizing) to enhance its appearance and protect against corrosion.

Applications in Doors and Interior Partitions

  1. Security Doors: Due to its strength, carbon steel is often used in the production of security doors for both residential and commercial buildings.
  2. Fire Doors: Carbon steel fire-rated doors are common in commercial buildings, providing necessary fire resistance.
  3. Interior Partitions: Carbon steel frames can be used for interior partitions in office buildings, factories, and other commercial spaces. They provide structural support while allowing for various design options.
  4. Industrial and Commercial Settings: In warehouses, factories, and other industrial settings, carbon steel partitions can be used to create durable and secure sections within a larger space.



Frosted Glass is an excellent option for those seeking privacy without sacrificing style. Its semi-transparent surface diffuses light, offering a soft, muted glow while obscuring visibility, making it ideal for bathrooms, bedrooms, and office spaces. The elegant, frosted finish provides a sophisticated touch that enhances the aesthetic appeal of any door.


  • Privacy: Ensures discretion by blurring the view, maintaining privacy while allowing light to pass through.
  • Elegant Appearance: Adds a refined, contemporary look to any door.
  • Light Diffusion: Softens and diffuses light for a pleasant, ambient atmosphere.
  • Versatile Application: Suitable for both residential and commercial settings.
  • Durability: Crafted from high-quality materials to ensure lasting beauty and strength.

Whether used in interior doors to create private spaces or in exterior doors to provide a stylish entrance, Frosted Glass offers a perfect blend of functionality and elegance.



An inswing door opens into the room or space it serves, with its hinges located inside. This design allows the door to swing inward, making it particularly convenient in tight spaces or where external elements need to be kept out. It also provides added security as the door swings inward and is shielded from direct access.


An outswing door opens outward, with its hinges located on the exterior side. This configuration allows the door to swing outward from the room or building it serves. Outswing doors are often used in commercial buildings or outdoor settings where maximizing interior space and providing quick access from outside are crucial factors.


Swing direction:

Swing direction

Glass Color:

Glass Color