Rockwood 70C.32 Stainless Steel Standard Push Plate, Four Beveled Edges, 16″ Height x 4″ Width x 0.050″ Thick, Polished Finish

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$17.38(as of November 12, 2019, 4:49 am)(as of November 11th, 2019 11:49 pm EST)

Stainless steel push plate with a polished finish to protect door when being opened
Four beveled edges for a finished look
Meets ANSI A156.6: J301 specifications

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The Rockwood 70C.32 stainless steel push plate has four beveled edges and a polished finish (Rockwood/BHSM number US32/629) and protects a door when being opened. The beveled edges provide a finished look. The push plate meets American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A156.6: J301 specifications. It measures 16″ high x 4″ wide x 0.050″ thick, and it includes six mounting holes with #6 x 5/8″ oval head sheet metal screws for attaching the push plate to a door.

Rockwood Manufacturing Company manufactures door hardware. The company, founded in 1946, is headquartered in Rockwood, PA.

What’s in the Box?

  • Rockwood 70C.32 stainless steel push plate
  • (6) #6 x 5/8″ oval head sheet metal screws

Stainless steel push plate with a polished finish to protect door when being opened
Four beveled edges for a finished look
Meets ANSI A156.6: J301 specifications
Measures 16″ high x 4″ wide x 0.050″ thick
Includes six #6 x 5/8″ oval head sheet metal screws

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  1. Jeri Bergstrom

    There are about fifty dozen manufacturers of polished stainless push plates. This one is made by Rockwood, one of the biggest.

    For normal usage, push plates are typically specified at .125 inches thick. In economical construction as well as for decorative placement, the thickness is often less substantial, usually, 0.05 inches.

    This push plate is for the second category; it is not for schools, retail establishments, or other places with large volumes of door-pushing traffic.

    There is a typo in the title of this push plate. There is no way that this or any utilitarian plate is .005 inches thick. I asked my husband if this sounded as absurdly thin as I did, and, of course, he whipped out his handy gauge. We determined that it must be 0.05. I attempted to find an everyday example of .005 inches and realized it is about the thickness of a regular piece of cardboard.

    So, this push plate is a normally sized, economical polished stainless steel protector with an expected price. The manufacturer has a minor reputation for not finishing edges and corners, resulting in sharpness. Other than that, it is a good purchase for what it is.

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