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SECTION 08 33 00

M100 FireGard™, FireGard™

ROLLING FIRE SHUTTER/
SMOKESHIELD® ROLLING FIRE SHUTTER

GENERAL NOTES TO SPECIFIER:

THIS SPECIFICATION SECTION HAS BEEN PREPARED TO ASSIST DESIGN PROFESSIONALS IN THE PREPARATION OF PROJECT OR OFFICE MASTER SPECIFICATIONS. IT FOLLOWS GUIDELINES ESTABLISHED BY THE CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICATIONS INSTITUTE, AND THEREFORE MAY BE USED WITH MOST MASTER SPECIFICATION SYSTEMS WITH MINOR EDITING.

EDIT CAREFULLY TO SUIT PROJECT REQUIREMENTS. MODIFY AS NECESSARY AND DELETE ITEMS THAT ARE NOT APPLICABLE. VERIFY THAT REFERENCED SECTION NUMBERS AND TITLES ARE CORRECT. (NUMBERS AND TITLES REFERENCED ARE BASED ON MASTERFORMAT™ , 2004 EDITION).

THIS SECTION ASSUMES THE PROJECT MANUAL WILL CONTAIN COMPLETE DIVISION 01 DOCUMENTS INCLUDING SECTIONS 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES, 01 62 00 PRODUCT OPTIONS, 01 25 13 PRODUCT SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES, 01 66 00 PRODUCT STORAGE AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS, 01 77 00 CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES, AND 01 78 00 CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS. IF THE PROJECT MANUAL DOES NOT CONTAIN THESE SECTIONS, ADDITIONAL INFORMATION SHOULD BE INCLUDED UNDER THE APPROPRIATE ARTICLES.

THIS IS AN OPEN PROPRIETARY SPECIFICATION ALLOWING USERS THE OPTION OF APPROVING OTHER MANUFACTURERS WHICH COMPLY WITH THE CRITERIA SPECIFIED HEREIN.

NOTES TO THE SPECIFIER ARE CONTAINED IN BOXES AND SHOULD BE DELETED FROM FINAL COPY.

OPTIONAL ITEMS REQUIRING SELECTION BY THE SPECIFIER ARE ENCLOSED WITHIN BRACKETS, E.G.: [35] [40] [45]. IN CASES WHERE ONE OF THE OPTIONAL ITEMS IS A STANDARD FEATURE OF THE DOOR MODEL, IT IS LISTED IN THE FIRST POSITION. MAKE APPROPRIATE SELECTION AND DELETE OTHERS.

ITEMS REQUIRING ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ARE UNDERLINED, E.G.: ____________.

OPTIONAL PARAGRAPHS ARE SEPARATED BY A REDLINED "OR," E.G.:

OR

PART 1 GENERAL

1.1 SUMMARY

A. Section Includes: [Manual] [and] [electric operated] automatic closing rolling [counter fire doors] [counter fire doors with SmokeShield® UL leakage rated assembly label].

B. Related Sections:

  1. 05 50 00 Metal Fabrications. Door opening jamb and head members.
  2. 06 10 00 Rough Carpentry. Door opening jamb and head members.
  3. 08 31 00 Access Doors and Panels. Access doors.
  4. 08 70 00 Hardware. Padlocks. Masterkeyed cylinder.
  5. 09 91 00 Painting. Field painting.
  6. Division 26. Electrical wiring and conduit, fuses, disconnect switches, connection of operator to power supply, installation of control station and wiring, and connection to alarm system.

C. Products That May Be Supplied, But Are Not Installed Under This Section:

  1. Control station.
  2. Smoke/heat detectors.
  3. Annunciator.

INCLUDE APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE BELOW, INCLUDING A REFERENCE TO SECTION 01 23 00 ALTERNATES, IF ROLLING COUNTER FIRE DOORS ARE INCLUDED IN ANY ALTERNATES, ADD SECTION 01 23 00 TO 1.1 B. DELETE IF NO ALTERNATES.

D. Alternates:

  • The Cookson Company, Inc.
  • Amarr
  • Clopay

1.2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

A. Performance Requirements:

IF UL LABELED SMOKE PROTECTION IS NOT DESIRED OR REQUIRED, THEN DELETE LINE ITEM "2" BELOW.

    1. Provide doors with Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. label for the fire rating classification, [3 hr] [1 1/2 hr] [1 hr] [3/4 hr].
    2. Provide doors with Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. label for "Leakage Rated Assembly" or "S" label.

    a. Comply with NFPA 105 air leakage requirements.

    b. Pass UL test procedure 1784.

1.3 SUBMITTALS

A. Reference Section 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures; submit the following items:

  1. Product Data.
  2. Shop Drawings: Include special conditions not detailed in Product Data. Show interface with adjacent work.
  3. Quality Assurance/Control Submittals:

a. Provide proof of manufacturer ISO 9001:2008 registration.

b. Provide proof of manufacturer and installer qualifications - see 1.4 below.

c. Provide manufacturer's installation instructions.

  1. Closeout Submittals:

a. Operation and Maintenance Manual.

b. Certificate stating that installed materials comply with this specification.

1.4 QUALITY ASSURANCE

A. Qualifications:

  1. Manufacturer Qualifications: ISO 9001:2008 registered and a minimum of five years experience in producing counter fire doors [and smoke control] units of the type specified.
  2. Installer Qualifications: Manufacturer's approval.
 

1.5 DELIVERY STORAGE AND HANDLING

A. Reference Section 01 66 00 - Product Storage and Handling Requirements.

B. Follow manufacturer's instructions.

1.6 WARRANTY

A. Standard Warranty: Two years from date of shipment against defects in material and workmanship.

B. Maintenance: Submit for owner’s consideration and acceptance of a maintenance service agreement for installed products.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.1 MANUFACTURER

A. Manufacturer: Cornell Iron Works, Inc., Crestwood Industrial Park, Mountaintop, PA 18707. Telephone: (800) 233-8366, Fax: (800) 526-0841. Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL), ISO 9001:2008 Registered.

INSERT NAME, ADDRESS, AND PHONE NUMBERS OF LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR BELOW.

    1. Distributor:
     

USE MODEL ERC10 FOR LABELED FIRE PROTECTION WITHOUT SMOKE CONTROL. USE MODEL ERC11 FOR LABELED SMOKE AND FIRE PROTECTION.

B. Model: [ERC10] [ERC11]

C. Substitutions: Reference Section 01 25 13 Product Substitution Procedures.

2.2 MATERIALS

A. Curtain:

  1. Slats: No. 1F, interlocked flat-faced slats, 1-1/2 inches (38 mm) high by 1/2 inch (13 mm) deep, 22 gauge ASTM A 653, Commercial Quality, galvanized steel with plain steel bottom bar and vinyl astragal.

    OR

    1. Slats: No. 1F, interlocked flat-faced slats, 1-1/2 inches (38 mm) high by 1/2 inch (13 mm) deep, 22 gauge AISI type 304 series stainless steel with stainless steel bottom bar and vinyl astragal.
    2. Fabricate continuous interlocking slat sections with high strength galvanized steel endlocks riveted to slats per UL requirements.
    3. Slat Finish:

    a. GalvaNex™ Coating System to include an ASTM A 653 galvanized base coating treated with dual process rinsing agents in preparation of a chemical bonding, [light gray] [tan] baked-on polyester base coat and a light gray baked-on polyester finish coat. The scientific organic material composition and chemical bonding process of GalvaNex™ produces a superior finish against corrosion and abrasion. GalvaNex™ components include a limited two year finish warranty.

    OR

    a. GalvaNex Coating System and phosphate treatment followed by baked-on polyester powder coat, [color as selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard color range, minimum 32 colors] [custom color as selected by Architect]; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness; ASTM D-3363 pencil hardness: H or better.

OR

a. Stainless Steel: No. 4 finish.

  1. Bottom Bar Finish:

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by a [light gray] [tan] baked-on polyester powder coat; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness.

OR

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by a corrosion inhibitive baked-on zinc-rich gray polyester powder coat; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness.

OR

a. Steel: ASTM A 123, Grade 85 zinc coating, hot-dip galvanized.

OR

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by baked-on polyester powder coat, [color as selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard color range, minimum 32 colors] [custom color as selected by Architect]; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness; ASTM D-3363 pencil hardness: H or better.

OR

a. Stainless Steel: No. 4 finish.

B. Guides:

  1. Steel: 12 gauge formed shapes.

    OR

    1. Stainless Steel: 12 gauge formed shapes.
    2. Finish:

    a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by a [light gray] [tan] baked-on polyester powder coat; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness.

    OR

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by a corrosion inhibitive baked-on zinc-rich gray polyester powder coat; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness.

OR

a. Steel: ASTM A 123, Grade 85 zinc coating, hot-dip galvanized.

OR

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by baked-on polyester powder coat, [color as selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard color range, minimum 32 colors] [custom color as selected by Architect]; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness; ASTM D-3363 pencil hardness: H or better.

OR

a. Stainless Steel: No. 4 finish.

C. Counterbalance Shaft Assembly:

  1. Barrel: Steel pipe capable of supporting curtain load with maximum deflection of 0.03 inches per foot (2.5 mm per meter) of width.
  2. Spring Balance: Oil-tempered, heat-treated steel helical torsion spring assembly designed for proper balance of door to ensure that maximum effort to operate will not exceed 25 lbs (110 N). Provide wheel for applying and adjusting spring torque.
 

D. Brackets: Fabricate from reinforced steel plate with permanently lubricated ball or roller bearings at rotating support points to support counterbalance shaft assembly and form end closures.

  1. Finish:

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by a [light gray] [tan] baked-on polyester powder coat; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness.

OR

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by a corrosion inhibitive baked-on zinc-rich gray polyester powder coat; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness.

OR

a. Steel: ASTM A 123, Grade 85 zinc coating, hot-dip galvanized.

OR

a. Steel: Phosphate treatment followed by baked-on polyester powder coat, [color as selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard color range, minimum 32 colors] [custom color as selected by Architect]; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness; ASTM D-3363 pencil hardness: H or better.

E. Hood and mechanism covers: [24 gauge galvanized steel] [24 gauge stainless steel] with reinforced top and bottom edges. Provide minimum 1/4 inch (6.35 mm) steel intermediate support brackets as required to prevent excessive sag.

  1. Finish:

a. GalvaNex™ Coating System to include an ASTM A 653 galvanized base coating treated with dual process rinsing agents in preparation of a chemical bonding, [light gray] [tan] baked-on polyester base coat and a [light gray] [tan] baked-on polyester finish coat. The scientific organic material composition and chemical bonding process of GalvaNex™ produces a superior finish against corrosion and abrasion. GalvaNex™ components include a limited two year finish warranty.

OR

a. GalvaNex™ Coating System and phosphate treatment followed by baked-on polyester powder coat, [color as selected by Architect from manufacturer's standard color range, minimum 32 colors] [custom color as selected by Architect]; minimum 2.5 mils (0.065 mm) cured film thickness; ASTM D-3363 pencil hardness: H or better.

OR

a. Stainless steel: No. 4 finish

INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING SMOKE SEALS WHEN LABELED SMOKE PROTECTION IS REQUIRED - MODEL ERC11 UNITS. CHECK CODE FOR SMOKE DETECTOR AND ALARM SYSTEM TIE-IN REQUIREMENTS. DELETE ITEM "F" IF NOT REQUIRED.

F. Smoke Seals:

  1. [Bottom Bar: UL Tested PVC double bulb seal.] [Bottom Bar Motor Operated Units: Combination smoke seal/sensing edge.]
  2. Guides and Head: Replaceable, UL Listed, nylon pile smoke seals sealing against fascia side of curtain.
 

2.3 ACCESSORIES

STANDARD LOCKING METHODS ARE LISTED BELOW.

A. Locking:

  1. [Manual Push-Up] [Manual Crank Hoist]: Padlockable slide bolt on coil side of bottom bar at each jamb extending into slots in guides.

OR

AVAILABLE LOCKING OPTIONS ON ALL COUNTER FIRE DOORS. CONSULT CORNELL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES (800) 233-8366 EXT. 551 FOR OTHER OPTIONS.

    1. Padlockable slide bolt on coil side of bottom bar at each jamb extending into slots in guides. [Provide interlock switches on motor operated units.]

    OR

    1. Masterkeyable cylinder operable from [coil] [fascia] [both] side[s] of bottom bar. [Provide interlock switches on motor operated units.]
     

PLASTIC LAMINATE COUNTERTOPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR OPENINGS UP TO 15’0" (4.57 M) WIDE. 12" (305 mm) MINIMUM SILL DEPTH; 36" (914 mm) MAXIMUM SILL DEPTH.

B. Countertop: 1 1/2 Hour UL Labeled, 1 5/8" (41 mm) thick, plastic laminate covered, size and configuration made for opening size and wall construction. Color as selected by Architect from standard range of Wilson Art or Formica plastic laminates.

OR

STAINLESS STEEL COUNTERTOPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR OPENINGS UP TO 11'—2" (3.40 M) WIDE AND FOR WALLS UP TO 12" (305 MM) THICK. SILL DEPTH EQUALS WALL THICKNESS PLUS 7 1/2 " (190.5 mm).

B. Countertop: 1 1/2 Hour UL Labeled, 2" (51 mm) thick, 14 gauge #4 finish stainless steel. ["T" shaped design for face of wall mounted unit] [Rectangular shape design for between jambs mounted unit] of size and configuration for opening size and wall construction.

INCLUDE F-BBU BATTERY BACK-UP SYSTEM TO M100 MODEL FS MOTOR OPERATORS TO ADD A FOUR HOUR TIME DELAY TO AUTO-CLOSING UPON POWER FAILURE. THIS SYSTEM DOES NOT PROVIDE FOR POWER OPENING OF THE UNIT. COORDINATE WITH SECTION 2.4-A.a FOR M100 FIREGARD™ MOTOR OPERATED SYSTEMS.

C. Provide Model R-BBU Battery Back-Up System for M100 FS Motor Operator. Provides four hours of door open holding time in the event of a power failure. Can power local detectors and warning appliances. Allows for programming open/close obstruction cycling should the sensing edge encounter a stationary obstruction in the opening during AC power, alarm signal closing.

D. Provide Model R-BBU Battery Back-Up System for M100-FS Motor Operator. Provides four hours of door open holding time in the event of a power failure. Can power local detectors and warning appliances. Allows for programming open/close obstruction cycling should the sensing edge encounter a stationary obstruction in the opening during AC power, alarm signal closing.

E. [Photoelectric Smoke/Heat Detector]: UL listed.

FIRE EMERGENCY ANNUNCIATORS ARE AVAILABLE FOR USE WITH A M100 SERIES FDCL MOTOR OPERATOR AND FIREGARD SERIES RELEASE DEVICES. HORN/STROBE AVAILABLE WITH FDCL OPERATOR AND ALL FIREGARD SERIES DEVICES; VOICE WARNING MODULE AVAILABLE WITH TYPE BV DEVICE ONLY. COORDINATE WITH SECTIONS 2.4-A & 2.4-C, DELETE IF NOT DESIRED.

F. Fire Emergency Annunciator: [Provide ADA compliant horn/strobe] [Provide Voice Warning Module] fire emergency annunciator to give advanced warning that the fire door is about to close. Warning signal to activate upon alarm signal.

EXPOSED MOVING OPERATOR COMPONENTS LOWER THAN 8 FEET ABOVE FLOOR LEVEL THAT CREATE POSSIBLE PINCH POINTS ARE REQUIRED TO BE COVERED PER UL 325. SPECIFY AN OPERATOR COVER WHENEVER THIS FIELD CONDITION EXISTS.

G. Operator [and Full Bracket Mechanism] Cover: Provide [24 gauge galvanized steel] [24 gauge stainless steel] sheet metal cover to enclose exposed moving operating components at coil area of unit. Finish to match door hood.

2.4 OPERATION

A. Tube Motor Operation – See Rolling Counter Fire Doors M100 FireGard Tube Motor Operation Specification

 

A. M100 FireGard™ Motor Operated: Model FS, UL listed and FM approved, NEMA 1 enclosure rating, horsepower as recommended by manufacturer, [115v single] [230v single] [208/230v three] [460v three] phase service. Provide open drip-proof motor, removable without affecting setting of limit switches; UL listed thermal overload protection; maintenance free solenoid actuated brake; planetary reduction gearing and adjustable rotary limit switch mechanism; transformer with 24 v control secondary; and all integral electrical components prewired to terminal blocks.
a. Automatic closure shall be activated by [Central alarm system] [Local smoke and heat detectors] or [power outage] [power outage greater than 4 hours with use of F-BBU back up device]. Doors shall not require a releasing device for alarm signal activation.
b. Doors shall maintain a closing speed of not more than 9" (229 mm) per second during automatic closing. When automatic closure is activated, electric sensing edge and push button are inoperable.
c. Doors shall be fail-safe and close upon power failure.
d. Resetting of spring tension or mechanical dropouts shall not be required. Upon restoration of power and/or clearing of the alarm signal, doors shall immediately reset by opening with the push button.
e. The electrical contractor shall mount the control station(s) and supply the appropriate disconnect switch, all conduit and wiring per the overhead door wiring instructions.

OR

A. Manual M100 FireGard™ [Chain] [Crank] Hoist: Provide combination [chain] [crank] / controlled closing system operator including [endless steel chain and chain keeper] [removable hand crank and geared reduction unit]. Integral to the unit is a releasing device for connection to a central alarm system or local smoke detectors and a governor to control automatic closing speed.
a. Automatic closure shall be activated by [a central smoke/fire alarm system] [a local smoke/fire detector] [power outage in excess of 10 seconds].
b. Doors shall maintain a closing speed of not more than 12" (305 mm) per second during automatic closing.
c. Doors shall be fail-safe and close upon power failure.
c. Resetting of spring tension or mechanical dropouts shall not be required. Simply open door by use of chain operator after alarm is cleared and/or power is restored

OR

A. FireGard™ Series Motor Operator, cULus listed, Totally Enclosed Non Ventilated gear head operator(s) rated (1/3) (1/2) or (3/4) hp as recommended by door manufacture for size and type of door, ____Volts, ____Phase. Provide high starting torque, industrial type electric motor and factory pre-wired motor control terminals, manually reset overload device, maintenance free solenoid actuated brake, adjustable rotary limit switch mechanism, emergency manual chain hoist and control station(s). Primary speed reduction shall be heavy-duty, lubricated gears with mechanical braking to hold the door in any position. Operator shall be equipped with an emergency manual chain hoist and interlock assembly that safely cuts operator power when engaged. Operator drive and door driven sprockets shall be provided with #50 roller chain.
a. Automatic closure shall be activated by melting of fusible link.
b. Doors shall maintain a closing speed of not less than 6 inches (152 mm) nor more than 24 inches (610 mm) per second. When automatic closure is activated, electric sensing edge and push button are inoperable.
c. Resetting of spring tension or mechanical dropouts shall not be required. Door shall be reset by replacing and reconnecting the fusible link.
d. The electrical contractor shall mount the control station(s) and supply the appropriate disconnect switch, all conduit and wiring per the overhead door wiring instructions.

OR

A. Manual FireGard™ [Chain] [Crank] Hoist: Provide combination [chain] [crank] / controlled closing system operator including [endless steel chain and chain keeper] [removable hand crank] and geared reduction unit. Integral to the unit is a locking mechanism to hold the door at any position during normal door operation mode and a governor to control automatic closing speed.
a. Automatic closure shall be activated by fusible link.
b. Doors shall maintain a closing speed of not more than 12" (305 mm) per second during normal and automatic closing.
c. Resetting of spring tension or mechanical dropouts shall not be required. Door shall be reset by replacing and reconnecting the fusible link.


OR

A. Manual Push-Up with Conventional Spring Release System: Provide lift handles on bottom bar and pole with hook.
a. Automatic closure shall be activated by fusible link [or a local smoke/fire detector by means of a fail-safe releasing device] [or a central smoke/fire alarm system by means of a fail-safe releasing device].
b. Doors shall maintain a closing speed of not less than 6” (152 mm) nor more than 24” (610 mm) per second during automatic closing per NFPA 80.
c. Resetting of spring tension and mechanical dropouts by a trained door systems technician is required.

MOST COMMON CONTROL STATIONS FOR MOTORIZED COUNTER FIRE DOORS ARE LISTED BELOW; CONSULT CORNELL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SERVICES (800) 233-8366 EXT. 551 FOR OTHER OPTIONS. DELETE IF MANUALLY OPERATED.

    1. Control Station: Surface mounted, "Open/Close/Stop" push buttons; NEMA 1.

    OR

    1. Control Station: Flush mounted, "Open/Close/Stop" push buttons; NEMA 1B.

    OR

    1. Control Station: Surface mounted, "Open/Close" key switch with "Stop" push button; NEMA 1.

    OR

    1. Control Station: Flush mounted, "Open/Close" key switch with "Stop" push button; NEMA 1B.
     

CONSTANT PRESSURE CLOSE OPERATION IS RECOMMENDED FOR MOTOR OPERATED COUNTER DOOR UNITS. AN ENTRAPMENT PROTECTION DEVICE IS REQUIRED FOR MOTOR OPERATORS TO FUNCTION WITH MOMENTARY CONTACT CLOSE OPERATION. SELECT DESIRED OPERATION FROM SECTION "B" BELOW. DELETE "B" FOR MANUAL PUSH-UP OR CRANK HOIST OPERATION.

B. Provide operator to function with constant pressure close operation.

OR

B. Entrapment Protection for model MG Motor Operator: Provide the following primary entrapment protection device to enable momentary contact close operation.

  1. Provide a 2-wire, E.L.R. electric sensing/weather edge seal extending full width of door bottom bar. Contact before door fully closes shall cause door to immediately stop downward travel and reverse direction to the fully opened position. Provide a [retracting safety cord and reel] [self-coiling cable] connection to control circuit.

    OR

    1. Provide NEMA 4X photo eye sensors consisting of a transmitter and receiver that are to be mounted within 6" (152.4 mm) of the bottom of the door, projecting an IR beam across the entire width of the door. Interruption of beam before door fully closes shall cause door to immediately stop downward travel and reverse direction to the fully opened position. Electrical contractor to provide low voltage wiring from the transmitter and receiver to the door operator.

    OR

    1. Provide NEMA 1 photo eye sensors consisting of a transmitter and receiver that are to be mounted within 6" (152.4 mm) of the bottom of the door, projecting an IR beam across the entire width of the door. Interruption of beam before door fully closes shall cause door to immediately stop downward travel and reverse direction to the fully opened position. Electrical contractor to provide low voltage wiring from the transmitter and receiver to the door operator.

C. Automatic Closing and Speed Governor Mechanism:

FOLLOWING OPTION IS FOR MOTOR OPERATED DOORS ONLY. BOTTOM BAR SENSING EDGE (2.2 F. AND 2.4 B.) IS REQUIRED.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.1 EXAMINATION

A. Examine substrates upon which work will be installed and verify conditions are in accordance with approved shop drawings.

B. Coordinate with responsible entity to perform corrective work on unsatisfactory substrates.

C. Commencement of work by installer is acceptance of substrate.

3.2 INSTALLATION

A. General: Install door and operating equipment with necessary hardware, anchors, inserts, hangers and supports.

INCLUDE NFPA 105 WHEN LABELED SMOKE PROTECTION IS REQUIRED - MODEL ERC11 UNITS.

B. Comply with [NFPA 80] [NFPA 80 and NFPA 105] and follow manufacturer's installation instructions.

3.3 ADJUSTING

A. Following completion of installation, including related work by others, lubricate, test, and adjust doors for ease of operation, free from warp, twist, or distortion.

3.4 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL

A. Site Test: Test doors for normal operation and automatic closing. Coordinate with authorities having jurisdiction to witness test and sign Drop Test Form.

3.5 CLEANING

A. Clean surfaces soiled by work as recommended by manufacturer.

B. Remove surplus materials and debris from the site.

3.6 DEMONSTRATION

A. Demonstrate proper operation to Owner's Representative.

B. Instruct Owner's Representative in maintenance procedures.

END OF SECTION

 


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