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The use of Panic Hardware and/or Fire Exit Hardware is required by the International Building Code (IBC) and NFPA 101 – The Life Safety Code, depending on which code and which edition of the code i...
It is always recommended to point installers to the industry installation manuals which are very comprehensive and are ANSI documents. SDI (Steel Door Institute) installation manual can be found...
Maximum glass light sizes for 3 hour fire doors is as follows: Wire glass - not approved for use in 3 hour fire doors. Ceramic glass: UL & ITS/WH allow one (1) light with 100 square inc...
Maximum glass light size for a 90 minute (1 1/2 hour) door depends on the type of glass being installed. Wire glass = 100 square inches is max exposed glass when wire glass is used. Note - ma...
Window kits are available for Steelcraft doors as either factory installed or prepared and installed by a distributor. Factory prepared light cutouts are supplied with Dezigner trim as st...
STC stands for Sound Transmission Class. An STC (Sound Transmission Class) is a single number rating system derived from measured values of sound transmission loss in accordance with ASTM E90 and...
A keyfob is a unique credential serving purposes similar to a card. It can take many shapes and is often used as the fob or extension on a key chain. Keyfobs can be used for access control, smart c...
Doors are available with cutouts only. This practice is used for field installation of aftermarket (non-Steelcraft) glass trim by either the distributor or end user. The following information must ...