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    July 2013

    We at Barr Commercial Door wish to extend

    our thanks to CSHE and all its Team Members

    for the opportunity to present this pertinent

    information, and hope that it will prove

    beneficial to your entire team!

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    We at Barr Door Offer:

    *Rolling Steel Doors

    *Sectional Doors *Folding Gates

    *All Types of Fire Doors

    *Truck Dock Levelers *Truck Restraints*Graffi ti &Security Film *Roll ing Gril les

    *Impact Doors *Canopy Doors *Motor Operators

    *Roof Hatches *Welding Service

    *Hollow Metal Doors & Frames *Wood Doors & Frames*Locks, Closures & Panic Hardware

    *Glass/Aluminum Doors *Automatic Doors *Trash

    Enclosures

    *Air Curtains

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    Key Topics

    Swing Fire Doors

    Horizontal Fire Doors

    Vertical Sliding Fire Doors

    Fire Shutters

    Smoke Barriers

    BASED ON NFPA 80 STANDARDS

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    Wood Doors

    Found throughout the interior of most office buildings &suites. Some key details about wood doors:

    Can be stained, painted or have plastic laminate

    May be solid core or hollow coreCan be Fire rated or non-rated

    May be used with various types of frames

    Common issues may include:

    Max FIRE rating of 90 Minutes

    Closer, Lock or other Hardware problems

    Improper modification to fire doors

    Deferred Maintenance or Impact Damage

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    Metal & Wood Fire Doors

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    NFPA80 Basic Check List Swing DoorsNo open holes or breaks exist in surfaces of either the door or the frame

    Glazing, vision light frames & glazing beads are intact and securely fastened in place, if soequipped

    The door, frame, hinges, hardware & noncombustible threshold are secured, aligned, and in

    working order with no visible signs of damage.

    No parts are missing or broken

    Door clearances at the door edge of the door frame, on the pull side of the door, do not

    exceed clearances listed in 4.8.4 (the clearance under the bottom of the door shall be a

    maximum of 3/4 in) and 6.3.1 (top & edges 1/8 in)

    The self-closing device is operational, that is, the active door completely closes when

    operated from the full open position

    If a coordinator is installed, the inactive leaf closes before active leaf

    Latching hardware operates and secures the door when it is in the closed position

    Auxiliary hardware items that interfere or prohibit operation are not installed on the door or

    frame

    No field modifications to the door assembly have been performed that void the label

    Gasket and edge seals, where required, are inspected to verify their presence and integrity

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    Fire Door Hardware(A Key Component)

    Door latches (lock sets), Closers, Coordinators & Flush bolts:

    These hardware components usually relate to swing type fire doors(office & corridor), found on your property.

    Closers are required to make sure the doors close.

    The coordinator is a device found at the header (bar, roller or other)that ensures the doors close in proper order so they latch properly.

    The flush bolts (often automatic) are found on the in-active door,and will engage when the active door closes.

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    Panic Hardware

    Panic Hardware is usually in the form of a cross

    bar style configuration, and is designed to

    allow high volume egress Can be firerated.

    Come in many variations for single or double doors

    Can be manual or electrified (access control)

    Can be exit only or designed for two way traffic

    Can provide high level security & traffic monitoringComes in various grades of quality & durability

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    Panic Hardware

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    Rolling Steel Fire Doors:

    Drop Testingand Annual Follow-Up

    General

    This Technical Data Sheet provides facility managers with guidelines for evaluation of rolling

    fire doors

    designed and tested to provide the automatic closing fire protection indicated on the fire

    door label. The

    automatic closing of the door must be tested at the time the door is installed, and the doorshall be inspected and tested not less than annually as required by NFPA 80. The doors must

    be checked regularly for conditions that may affect the operation of the door. DASMA

    recommends that the following procedures be observed:

    Inspection

    Inspect fire doors for damage to guides, curtain and end locks, bottom bar, hood and

    operating mechanism.Refer to DASMA Technical Data Sheet #270 (Recommended Rolling Door Maintenance

    Practice)

    Refer to NFPA 80 (Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives)

    Ensure that the doors operating mechanisms, fuse links and release chain/cable are not

    painted, coated

    with dust or grease, and/or covered with debris.

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    Open and close the door to inspect for any indications of damaged parts.

    Remove flammable substances on each side of the firewall opening near the fire door.

    Drop Test

    Have a trained door systems technician perform an inspection and drop test of all fire door

    automaticclosing features.

    Establish a contract with the door service provider regarding the cost of the inspection and

    drop test. Fire door deficiencies identified during the pre-drop test inspection should be

    corrected before the drop test.

    The drop test contract should acknowledge the fact that components may fail during the drop

    test that arenot the fault of the service provider and are not included in the cost of the drop test.

    Document the drop test with the attached Drop Test Form.

    When subjected to drop testing; the door must close completely and rest on the sill. NFPA 80

    states that the average closing speed must not exceed 24 inches per second and must be at

    least 6 inches per second.

    The door must be drop tested twice once to verify proper operation and full closure, and a

    second time to verify that the automatic closing device was properly reset.

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    Vertical Fire Door

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    Services

    Service & Repair of most All Types of Doors

    Sales, Consultation & Installation

    24 Hour Emergency ServiceFree Estimates & Budget Pricing

    Top Notch Customer Service

    High Quality WorkmanshipSincerely, Friendly Communication

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    Keeping your budget in mind!

    Budget Pricing:

    We understand that, as property managers, sometimes you justneed pricing on various tentative projects so you can get them in

    the budget for the following year we can help. If you do need

    budget pricing, just let us know the proposed time frame so we

    can adjust for any possible increase in material pricing.

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    Regular Scheduled Maintenance Saves Money

    Fire Doors Must Be Properly Maintained & Functional

    Fire Doors Must Close & Latch in an Emergency

    Fire Doors Must Be Labeled

    Our Goal is Complete Customer Satisfaction

    Architectural Integrity: We take pride in helping our

    customers maintain the high architectural integrity of eachbuilding

    Parting Considerations