specifications for dutch door hardware

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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 ass...
Allegion does provides professional support to Architects and Design Professionals. For information related to specification development and support, Website for Architects and Design Professiona...
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...
Delayed egress hardware prevents a door from being opened from the egress side, usually for a period of 15 seconds. This type of device is often used to prevent theft, while maintaining life safety...
Maximum Dutch Door sizes are: Non Labeled = 4'0" wide X 8'0" High Labeled = 4'0" wide X 7'2" High Special sized Dutch Doors are available: Special size top and/or bottom leaves are availabl...
Allegion provides professional access control support to Security Consultants and Security Integrators.  For information related to specification development and support,Access Contro...
An Astragal is an applied molding attached most commonly to the meeting edge of doors to: Protection against weather conditions Minimize the passage of light between the doors Retard the passa...
A Dutch Door is a door having two separate leaves, hung one over the other: Usually equipped so that both leaves can be operated Usually in single doors applications but sometimes specified ...
Dutch doors are available as Fire Rated door assemblies and have similar component requirements as a single leaf fire door. Exceptions are as follows: The Dutch Door assembly must have a lock...