What's needed to write a door hardware specification?

The following items are needed for Spec Writers to write a door and hardware specification 

  • Building code being used
  • Occupancy type or types
  • Occupancy load for any rooms or areas of assembly or educational
  • Electrical rooms with equipment rated 1,200 amperes or more and over 6 feet (1829 mm) wide that contain overcurrent devices, switching devices or control devices
  • Floor plans showing doors, opening numbers, and room names/types
  • Door schedule with opening numbers, door and frame types and elevations, door size (width, height, and thickness), and fire ratings
  • Elevations and details of doors and frames
  • Owner standards for door hardware; including key system (or owner contact so we can assist in gaining their standards or preferences)
  • Security/Access Control requirements (or Security Consultant/Integrator contact so we can assist in coordinating with door hardware)

Contact a Spec Writer to connect directly with an Allegion Specification Writer.


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