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Fire Door Assemblies

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NFPA 80

NFPA 80

Fire door installation is required to be in accordance with the National Fire Protection Association’s Publication NFPA 80, “Standard for Fire Doors and Fire Windows”. Machined fire doors shall be provided with detailed installation instructions when doors bear a label indicating compliance to UB...

 
NFPA 101

NFPA 101

"Life Safety Code." NFPA 101 is the only document that establishes a minimum threshold of safety in all new and existing buildings. It incorporates many elements, including sprinklers, alarms, egress, emergency lighting, smoke barriers, and special hazard protection. For more information, ...

 
NFPA 105

NFPA 105

"Standard for the Installation of Smoke Door Assemblies and Other Opening Protectives" Smoke is the principal killer in destructive fires, and NFPA 105 prescribes comprehensive requirements for the performance, installation, inspection, testing and maintenance of smoke door assemblies and othe...

 
NFPA 252

NFPA 252

"Standard Methods of Fire Tests of Door Assemblies." NFPA 252 outlines methods of fire testing door assemblies for determining assembly suitability when fire resistance of a specific duration is required. For more information, visit the NFPA website.

 
UL 10C

UL 10C

"Standard for Positive Pressure Fire Tests of Door Assemblies." These methods of fire tests are applicable to swinging door assemblies, including door frames with lights and panels, of various materials and types of construction for use in wall openings to retard the passage of fire. These...

 
UL 1784

UL 1784

"Standard for Air Leakage Tests of Door Assemblies." These requirements cover the investigation of air leakage through door assemblies installed in wall openings where air leakage is intended to be controlled. The purpose of the test is to determine only the resistance of a door assembly, ...

 
UBC 7-2-97

UBC 7-2-97

"1997 Uniform Building Code, Volume 2." The provisions of the Uniform Building Code are published in three volumes for the 1997 edition to help building inspectors, plans examiners, architects and structural designers locate provisions applicable to their respective fields without the need to ...

 
ANSI-WDMA-I.S.-1A

ANSI-WDMA-I.S.-1A

"Industry Standard for Architectural Wood Flush Doors." This standard is a general industry standard that provides quality levels for the construction of architectural wood flush doors, encompassing function, performance and aesthetics. The purpose of the publication is to: 1. Define, in...