Size Guide - Measurements
Existing Torah Cover: Measure from the top to the bottom of Torah cover, or the length you prefer (excluding fringe, if any).
Measure the width (left to right) and depth of Torah mantle board, as well as the distance between the holes.
Torah Rollers - Atzei Chaim: Measure from the top higher plate to the bottom of the lower plate of atzei chaim Torah rollers, as well as from left to right of the top plates closed together.
Parchment: Measure the height of the parchment (klaf).
Torah Scroll - Parchment: Height: Measure from the top to the bottom of Torah scroll, or parchment.
Width: Measure the diameter of the scroll.
Existing Parochet: Height: Measure from the top to the bottom of parochet, or the length you prefer. Measure length of fringes and diameter of rings separately. Our standard rings measure approximately 1.5 inches in diameter (3.80 cm).
Width: Measure from left to right of the paroches or the width you prefer.
Parochet for a new Aron Kodesh: Height: Measure from the bottom tip of the rod (or from where you want to hang parochet) to the floor or surface of the opening area of ark.
Width: Measure from left to right of the opening area. We usually allow additional 1-2 inches on each side to allow waviness of the curtain.
Measure the top surface of the bima. Provide us with the width (left to right) and the depth (front to back). We usually allow an additional 6-8 inches on all four sides. The inscription, if any, will appear on the front overhang of bima cover or otherwise instructed.
The standard size for a bein gavrah is approximately 27 x 30 inches.