1 Fire-Rated Doors and Hardware A Guide to Field Inspection
2 Foundation s Mission To promote secure and safe openings that enhance life safety
3 Awareness To be a source of information through awareness campaign that targets: Code Officials Fire Officials AHJs Architects and Building Owners School Officials/Administrators (K-12, college campuses)
4 Not Familiar with Code Requirements Belief that frequency of use ensures proper operation
5 Fire-Door AHJ Training Program This is an important step in helping local officials understand what to look for when they are approving the installation and on-going maintenance of fire-rated doors. -- Bert Polk, retired South Carolina State Fire Marshal.
6 Annual Inspection of Fire Door Assemblies Who Is Going To Do These Inspections and When? Paragraph 5-2.3, Functional Testing Individuals who are KNOWLEDGEABLE about the openings being inspected Paragraph 5-2.1, not less than annually, and a written record of the inspection shall be kept for inspection by the AHJ.
7 Class Objective Learn about the requirements pertaining to the 2007 edition of NFPA 80 Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives. This includes: operation, features, basic criteria and maintenance of firerated doors.
8 Agenda NFPA 80 Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4 & 6 Background information Overview of Fire-Rated Door Hardware Fire Door Testing and Certification Video Fire-Rated Doors and Labels Fire-Rated Glass and Glazing Annual Inspection Requirements of NFPA 80 Chapter 5 Care and Maintenance
9 Tragic Fires Station Night Club Warwick, RI -100 died MGM Grand Las Vegas 85 killed, 700 injured Cook County Chicago 6 killed
10 Station Night Club
11 MGM Grand Nov. 11 th, 1980
12 Cook County Building October, 2003 Inability to contain smoke
13 Codes vs. Standards Codes are Intended to be Adopted as Legal Documents Enforceable as Laws Standards are Intended to be Used to Meet the Requirements of Codes Unenforceable until REFERENCED by a CODE.
14 Other Codes and Standards ANSI/ICC A117.1 Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities (2003 edition) Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) (2005 edition) Many states and local jurisdictions have their own standards
15 NFPA Edition Most Common Denominator Establishes Basic Requirements for New Fire-Rated Door Assemblies Establishes Care and Maintenance Requirements
16 Fire Door Inspection - Background Fire Doors are governed by the building code and NFPA throughout design, specification, installation and occupancy permitting.
17 Fire Door Inspection - Background Once a Certificate of Occupancy has been issued, the building code is closed. The International Fire Code or Life Safety Code is now in effect for the operation and maintenance of the facility. Formerly, the IFC did not contain language for post-occupancy inspection of fire-rated doors
18 IFC Fire walls, fire barriers and fire partitions. Required fire walls, fire barriers and fire partitions shall be maintained to prevent the passage of fire. All openings protected with approved doors and fire dampers shall be maintained in accordance with NFPA 80.
19 Fire Door Inspection -- IBC The International Building Code is used until the certificate of occupancy is issued Fire door and shutter assemblies. Fire door assemblies and shutters shall be installed in accordance with the provisions of this section and NFPA 80.
20 Fire Door Inspection NFPA Fire-rated door assemblies shall be inspected and tested in accordance with NFPA 80, Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives.
21 Chapter 4 General Requirements
22 NFPA 80 Chapter 4 What Modifications Can Be Done in the Field? Function Holes for Mortise Locks/Latches Holes for Labeled Door Viewers Round Holes for Surface Applied Hardware (up to 1 in Diameter) Throughbolts Wood/Composite Doors Trimmed Maximum 3/4 Undercutting [ , and ]
23 Signage NFPA 80 Chapter 4 Up to 5% of Door Face Attached with Adhesives not Screws/Nails Installed on Door Skin, NOT on Glass Cannot Impair or Interfere with Operation [4.1.4]
24 NFPA 80 Chapter 4 Clearances Under Doors Swinging Doors with Builders Hardware Maximum Clearance of 3/4 Under Door Bottom [ ]
25 Doors Field Modifications No Vision Panel Cut Outs No Louver Cut Outs No Mortise Lock Pockets No Face or Edge Bores for Bored Locks No Mortise Hinge Preparations Frames No Mortise Hinge Preparations No Cut Outs
26 Hardware for Fire-Rated Door Assemblies Swinging Doors with Builders Hardware
27 Understanding Hardware Important to understand the role hardware applications play in fire and life safety.
28 Three Main Operational Requirements Swinging Fire-Doors with Builders Hardware Must: Swing Freely Be self or automatic closing or power operated Positively latch when in the closed position.
29 Electrified Locks and Latches Fail Safe Locks Unlocks upon loss of power Maintains Latch Fail Secure Locks Locks upon loss of power Maintains Latch
30 Electric Strikes Fail Safe Electric Strikes Unlocks upon loss of power Gate is released NOT permitted on fire-rated openings Fail Secure Electric Strikes Locks upon loss of power Gate is secured Permitted on fire-rated openings
31 Fire Exit Hardware vs. Exit Hardware Aesthetically the Same Internally Different Physical Label
32 Fire Exit Hardware vs. Exit Hardware No Mechanical Dogging Hex Key Keyed Cylinder
33 Fire Pin Auxiliary fire pin mounts 6 to 12 inches above sill. Required to insure that door passes fire test since door is not secured to sill. [ ]
34 Self-Closing Devices Surface Mounted
35 Self-Closing Devices Hotel / Motel Unit Openings One Closing Speed UL Listed One Speed Self-Closing Devices. Two Per Leaf Minimum One Ball Bearing Hinge 3 0 x 7 0 maximum door size
36 Automatic-Closing Devices Magnetic Door Releases Doors Held Open Electronically Released Upon Signal from Fire Alarm System Relies on Mechanical Door Closer for Closing Energy
37 Labels Once Removed, Cannot be Re-Applied Can Only be Re-Applied Under Manufacturer s Procedures in a Licensed Shop Field Inspection of Testing Agency
40 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance 5.2.1* Fire door assemblies shall be inspected and tested not less than annually, and a written record of the inspection shall be signed and kept for inspection by the AHJ.
41 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance Functional testing of fire door and window assemblies shall be performed by individuals with knowledge and understanding of the operating components of the type of door being subject to testing.
42 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance The requirements of this chapter shall apply to new and existing installations.
43 Annual Inspection of Fire Door Assemblies How Are Inspections Going to be Performed? Paragraph 5-2.1, not less than annually, and a written record of the inspection shall be kept for inspection by the AHJ.
44 Annual Inspection of Fire Door Assemblies What Do Inspectors Need to Know? Immense product application and installation knowledge Hollow metal doors and frames Wood fire doors Builders Hardware Application Thorough understanding of NFPA 80 requirements AHC s and CDC s or approx. 5 years of industry experience
45 Annual Inspection of Fire Door Assemblies Inspector s Responsibilities Status of door openings on date of inspection Recommend necessary corrections Providing written inspection reports
46 Annual Inspection of Fire Door Assemblies Inspectors Are Not Responsible For: Making sure openings are repaired Determining the correct fire-rating of door openings Alert AHJ of problems
47 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance Performance-Based Option As an alternate means of compliance with 5.2.1, subject to the AHJ, fire door assemblies shall be permitted to be inspected, tested, and maintained under a written performance-based program.
48 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance Performance-Based Option Goals established under a performance-based program shall provide assurance that the fire door assembly will perform its intended function when exposed to fire conditions Technical justification for inspection, testing, and maintenance intervals shall be documented.
49 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Chapter 5 Care & Maintenance Performance-Based Option The performance-based option shall include historical data acceptable to the AHJ.
50 MGM Grand Hotel Fire Door Inspection Example. Without Performance-Based Option January 1 st -- 2 inspectors start inspecting doors. Each inspector works 40 hours a week for a full year. December 31 st, all doors have been inspected. January 1 st Start all over again.
51 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Equation to determine acceptable level of performance: FDFR(t) = NF / (NC x t) FDFR represents the Fire Door Failure Rate over a particular period of time (t) NF represents documented failures NC represents total number of inspected fire doors
52 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Example..020 = 5 / (50 x 5) Over a 5-year period, 250 fire doors inspected (50 x5), 5 determined to be failures, the building has a failure rate of 2% per year. Acceptable level performance rating of 98%.
53 Identifying Fire Door Assemblies Maintenance personnel access to the as built floor plans. AHJ s office archived copies of floor plans No plans available should physically check each door opening looking for labels.
54 Locating Fire Doors in Buildings Interior doors opening into and out of stairwells and corridors. Door openings placed at building separations. Look for labels on hinge side of door
55 Performing the Inspections Presumption of Correct Application Original Building, Fire and Life Safety Code Requirements Practical Application of Inspection Criteria
56 Original Building, Fire and Life Safety Requirements Inspectors should be cognizant of the building, fire and life safety codes that were applicable at the time of installation. Should not apply the capabilities, limitations and requirements for modern products to assemblies installed years ago. NFPA 80 standard is applicable to all existing fire door assemblies, regardless of when they where installed.
57 Cataloging Fire Doors Door Number (Code or Symbol) Location of Assembly in Building Type of Door Assembly Fire-Protection Rating Comments/Remarks
58 Inspection Summary Report Form
59 Fire Door Assembly Index Form
60 Fire Door Assembly Index Guide
61 Fire-Rated Swinging Door Inspection Survey Form
62 Fire-Rated Swinging Door Inspection Survey Form
63 Inspection Checklist Form
64 Three Main Operational Requirements Swinging Fire-Doors with Builders Hardware Must: Swing Freely Be self or automatic closing or power operated Positively latch when in the closed position.
65 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (1) No open holes or breaks exist in surfaces. (2) Glazing, vision light frames, and glazing beads are intact. (3) The door, frame, hinges, hardware, and noncombustible threshold are secured, aligned, and in working order. (4) No parts are missing or broken. (5) Door clearances do not exceed the clearances listed.
66 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (6) The self-closing device is operational (7) If a coordinator is installed, the inactive leaf closes before active leaf. (8) Latching hardware operates and secures the door when it is in the closed position.
67 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (9) Auxiliary hardware items that interfere or prohibit operation are not installed. (10) No field modifications to the door have been performed. (11) Gasketing and edge seals are inspected.
68 Real-Life Examples of Code Violations
69 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (1) No open holes or breaks exist in surfaces
72 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (2) Glazing, vision light frames, and glazing beads are intact
73 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Inspect that glazing beads are present; fastened to frame. Verify that fasteners are tightened. Inspect glazing materials/panels. Observe any broken or damaged material. Labeled fire resistant, installed in labeled or tested frames.
74 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (3) The door, frame, hinges, hardware, and noncombustible threshold are secured, aligned, and in working order
75 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors (3) The door, frame, hinges, hardware, and noncombustible threshold are secured, aligned, and in working order
76 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (4) No parts are missing or broken.
79 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance (4) No parts are missing or broken.
80 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors: Chapter 5. Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (5) Door clearances do not exceed the clearances listed.
81 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors Door clearances at the door edge to the frame, on the pull side of the door, do not exceed clearances listed in and Hollow metal door -1/8 (+/- 1/16 ), door to frame and at meeting stiles of pairs Wood door - 1/8 maximum, door to frame and at meeting stiles of pairs /4 between bottom of door and floor or threshold
82 Pair of Doors 1/8 Clearance
83 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (6) The self-closing device is operational.
86 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (7) If a coordinator is installed, the inactive leaf closes before active leaf.
87 Coordinators Soffit Mounted Gravity Type
88 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (8) Latching hardware operates and secures the door when it is in the closed position.
90 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the Following items shall be verified: (9) Auxiliary hardware items that interfere or prohibit operation are not installed.
93 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors (9) Auxiliary hardware items that interfere or prohibit operation are not installed
94 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors (9) Auxiliary hardware items that interfere or prohibit operation are not installed.
95 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors (9) Auxiliary hardware items that interfere or prohibit operation are not installed.
97 This Door Does Not Work! Do Not Use It
98 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (10) No field modifications to the door have been performed.
100 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors: Chapter 5. Care & As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (10) No field modifications to the door have been performed. Maintenance
101 NFPA Standard for Fire Doors - Chapter 5 - Care & Maintenance As a minimum, the following items shall be verified: (11) Gasketing and edge seals are inspected.
102 Bonus Coverage Heat Release Mechanism
103 Bonus Coverage
104 Bonus Coverage
105 Bonus Coverage
106 NFPA 80 Annual Fire Door Inspection Foundation Published Guides AHJ Guide & Owner s Guide Reference Guide for Inspecting Swinging Fire Doors with Builders Hardware
107 Summary Not possible to list all of the applications of doors, frames and builders hardware products for swinging fire door assemblies. Covered the most commonly used products and give you, the AHJ, GUIDELINES on how to accurately evaluate the operating condition of swinging fire door assemblies.
108 Summary Many swinging fire door assemblies can be: Complicated. Contain sophisticated hardware products. These assemblies require an immense level of expertise to coordinate their functions with their fire-protection properties.
109 Summary New fire-rated products are: Continually being developed. Requires inspectors to stay current on their knowledge and understanding of these product s applications, capabilities and limitations.
110 For More Information Contact: The Foundation or Door and Hardware Institute Phone (703) , Fax (703) Online at:
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