what hardware is needed on an egresss opening

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Clear Opening Width for swinging doors is measured (with the door open 90 degree) from the face of door to stop soffit on strike jamb.          &nbs...
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...
A Double Egress frame is a double door frame prepared to receive two single-acting doors swinging in opposite directions (both doors are) the same hand. These openings are installed in cross corrid...
An LCN 4040T with a reveal deeper than 1/8" on the pull side of the opening requires a Double Egress (DE)arm. ST3073 Standard 4040T DE Arm will accommodate reveals up to 2-11/16"....
There is not a fully self-contained delayed egress like a Von Duprin Chex-It device but the Falcon RX-25 Series can perform a delayed egress by using the DE5300 controller, power supply, ...
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...
The rough opening dimensions are the same for either Welded (SUA) or Knock Down (KD) frames For F, FN, FE, DE, MU three sided frames and four sided borrowed light frames: New masonry Walls: N...
 For DW, K three sided frames and four sided borrowed light frames: Three sided frame = door opening width (order size) plus 1 1/2" minimum to 2" maximum and the door opening height ...
Double Egress Opening: A pair of swinging doors, each leaf which swings in the opposite direction of the other. DOORS: A pair of doors swinging in opposite directions without a vertical mullion....
Types of astragal offered from Steelcraft are as follows: "Z" Astragal - For information on "Z" astragal types and attachment refer to the TD Manual page 3.3.17. Most commonly used on double ...