Mud in Flange / Hidden Flange
Do you know why you should have access doors with mud in the bead flange? They help secure the door to a wall while maintaining a flat, flush look that enables a design where the door panel is the only visible thing you see. When painted with a color that’s similar to that of the surrounding material, you have an access door that’s practically part of the wall in looks and aesthetics. You have to check out Access Doors and Panels’ list of mud in flange/hidden flange panels, offered in flush, fire-rated, recessed, and many more.
Our Acudor’s flush access door with drywall bead flange is designed specifically for installation in drywall walls and ceilings after drywall has been installed. Our unique concealed hinge and st/stl screwdriver-operated cam latches allow the door panel, which is formed with flanges on four sides to operate freely with no binding, sagging or distortion. Once the application is completed, only the door panel remains exposed.
If you want flush installation on drywall surfaces, use Elmdor’s drywall bead access door. It features a concealed hinge that prevents distortion and closes the door squarely. Its flange has pre-punched holes to provide grip for the joint compound and facilitate fastening the flange to framing members with drywall screws. It has a prime coat that’s suitable for painting.
Access Doors and Panels’ drywall access panel mud in the flange is now in stock and ready to ship. Don’t hesitate and order this item now! Call us at 1-800-609-2917.
- Hidden Flange
- Adjustable and Removable
- Drywall Inlay (Flange Behind Drywall)
- Gypsum Glass Fiber Reinforced
- Fire Rated