Fire-Rated Counter Doors 641 Specs
SECTION 08331
OVERHEAD COILING FIRE DOORS
641 SERIES OVERHEAD COILING COUNTER FIRE DOORS
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PART 1 GENERAL
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
A.
1.2
1.3
1.4
RELATED SECTIONS
A.
Section 05500 - Metal Fabrications: Support framing and framed opening.
B.
Section 06200 - Finish Carpentry: Wood jamb and head trim.
C.
Section 08710 - Door Hardware: Product Requirements for cylinder core and keys.
D.
Section 09900 - Painting: Field applied finish.
E.
Section 16130 - Raceway and Boxes: Conduit from electric circuit to door operator
and from door operator to control station.
F.
Section 16150 - Wiring Connections: Power to disconnect.
REFERENCES
A.
ASTM A 653 - Standard Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or
Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.
B.
ASTM A 666 - Standard Specification for Austenitic Stainless Steel Sheet, Strip,
Plate, and Flat Bar.
C.
ASTM A 924 - Standard Specification for General Requirements for Steel Sheet,
Metallic-Coated by the Hot-Dip Process.
D.
NEMA 250 - Enclosures for Electrical Equipment (1000 Volts Maximum).
E.
NEMA MG 1 - Motors and Generators.
F.
NFPA-80 – Standard for Fire Doors and Fire Windows.
DESIGN / PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS
A.
1.5
Overhead coiling counter fire doors.
Fire Rated Assemblies: Provide assemblies complying with NFPA 80 and listed in
UL Directory or Intertek Testing Services (Warnock Hersey Listed) Directory.
SUBMITTALS
08331-Model 641 - 1
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01300.
B.
Product Data: Manufacturer's data sheets on each product to be used, including:
1.
Preparation instructions and recommendations.
2.
Storage and handling requirements and recommendations.
3.
Details of construction and fabrication.
4.
Installation methods.
C.
Shop Drawings: Include detailed plans and elevations, details of framing members,
anchoring methods, clearances, hardware, and accessories.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color
chips representing manufacturer's full range of available colors and patterns.
D.
1.6
1.7
1.8
E.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples, minimum size
6 inches (150 mm) long, representing actual product, color, and patterns.
F.
Manufacturer's Certificates: Certify products meet or exceed specified requirements.
G.
Operation and Maintenance Data: Submit lubrication requirements and frequency,
and periodic adjustments required.
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer Qualifications: Company specializing in performing Work of this
section with a minimum of five years experience.
B.
Installer Qualifications: Installer Qualifications: Company approved by manufacturer,
specializing in performing Work of this section with minimum three years experience,
with IDEA Certified Installers and service technicians on staff.
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.
B.
Protect materials from exposure to moisture. Do not deliver until after wet work is
complete and dry.
C.
Store materials in a dry, warm, ventilated weathertight location.
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
1.9
Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within
limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products
under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.
COORDINATION
A.
Coordinate Work with other operations and installation of adjacent materials to avoid
damage to installed materials.
1.10 WARRANTY
A.
Manufacturer’s Warranty: Provide manufacturer’s two year limited warranty.
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PART 2 PRODUCTS
2.1
2.2
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: Overhead Door Corp., 2501 S. State Hwy. 121, Suite 200,
Lewisville, TX 75067. ASD. Tel. Toll Free: (800) 275-3290. Phone: (469) 5497100. Fax: (972) 906-1499. Web Site: www.overheaddoor.com. E-mail:
info@overheaddoor.com.
B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of
Section 01600.
OVERHEAD COILING COUNTER FIRE DOORS
A.
Overhead Coiling Counter Fire Doors: Model 641 Counter Fire Doors.
1.
Label: Provide rolling fire doors certified with the following listing.
a.
UL 3-Hour Class A Label for installation on masonry or steel jamb walls
(face mounted). Door may be welded to the face of steel jambs.
b.
ULC 3-Hour Class A Label for installation on masonry or steel jamb
walls (face mounted). Door may be welded to the face of steel jambs.
c.
FM 3-Hour Class A Label for masonry or concrete walls, steel wall
jambs or with steel tubes set against fire walls (masonry or nonmasonry construction).
d.
UL 1-1/2-Hour Class B Label for installation in non-masonry walls, face
mounted or between jambs. ULC 1-1/2-Hour Class B Label for
installation in non-masonry walls, face mounted or between jambs.
e.
FM 1-1/2-Hour Class B Label when installed on 2-hour fire-rated
gypsum dry walls.
2.
Curtain: Interlocking slats, Type F-158 fabricated of 22 gauge stainless steel.
Endlocks shall be attached to ends of alternate slats to maintain curtain
alignment and prevent lateral slat movement.
3.
Glazing: Fire-rated vision panels, four panels 3 inch by 5/8 inch (76 by 16
mm).
4.
Finish: Slats and hood shall be stainless steel with No. 4 satin finish.
5.
Bottom Bar:
a.
Single stainless steel angle bottom bar.
b.
Single stainless steel angle bottom bar with 1/4 inch (6 mm) foam
astragal.
c.
Tubular locking bottom bar.
6.
Guides:
a.
Stainless steel shapes.
b.
Stainless steel shapes with brush smoke seals.
c.
Fastening Guides to Masonry Fire Walls: UL listed expansion anchors,
or by through-bolts on soft brick or hollow block walls, or by bolts on
steel jambs.
d.
Fastening Guides to Non-Masonry Fire Walls: Comply with the
manufacturer’s listing.
7.
Brackets: Black powder coated steel to support counterbalance, curtain and
hood.
8.
Counterbalance: Helical torsion spring type. Counterbalance shall be housed
in a steel tube or pipe barrel.
9.
Hood:
a.
Galvanized painted steel. Hood support provided for wall openings over
13 feet 6 inch (4.11 m) wide.
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b.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
2.3
FM approved hood shall be equipped with thermally controlled, internal
flame baffle.
c.
Provide with UL Listed exterior brush smoke seal.
Manual Operation:
a.
Manual push.
b.
Crank operation.
Electric Motor Operation: Provide electric operator as listed in the door UL file,
for size as recommended by manufacturer to move door in either direction.
a.
Sensing Edge Protection:
1)
Electric sensing edge.
2)
Monitored electric sensing edge for momentary contact controls.
b.
Operator Controls:
1)
Push-button operated control stations with open, close, and stop
buttons.
2)
Key operation with NEMA 1 interior, NEMA 4 exterior, surface
and flush mounted open, close, and stop controls.
3)
Controls for interior location.
4)
Controls for exterior location.
5)
Controls for both interior and exterior location.
6)
Controls surface mounted.
7)
Controls flush mounted.
Automatic Closure:
a.
Standard Fire Door: UL approved release mechanism equipped with a
165 degree fusible link.
b.
Fire Sentinel time-delay release mechanism provides an added
measure of safety to control the doors' closure.
Locking:
a.
Two interior bottom bar slides bolt for manually operated doors.
b.
Cylinder lock for manually operated doors.
c.
Interior slide bolt lock for electric operation with interlock switch.
d.
Cylinder lock for electric operation with interlock switch.
Wall Mounting Condition:
a.
Face-of-wall mounting.
b.
Between jambs mounting.
Plastic Laminated Fire Rated Countertops: Provide counter fire doors with
plastic laminated fire rated countertops.
a.
Label: Plastic laminated fire rated countertops shall bear Warnock
Hersey International 1-1/2 hour label for countertops up to 8 feet by 4
feet (2.44 m by 1.22 m). Sizes over 8 feet by 4 feet (2.44 m by 1.22 m)
will bear an Warnock Hersey International Oversize Label.
b.
Shape: Provide shape as indicated on the Drawings. To include: I or T
copable for face mounted doors; Rectangular H (no cope), I or T
copable for between mounted doors. No aprons or additional pieces
shall be allowed.
c.
Core: Interior core of Georgia Pacific Firestop composite and high
density particleboard.
d.
Finish: Top, bottom and all edges shall be covered with plastic
laminate.
e.
Color: Top and all edges as selected by the Architect from any color
from Formica, Wilsonart or Nevamar brands of plastic laminate.
f.
Mounting Hardware: Provide with all necessary mounting hardware.
FIRE SENTINEL TIME-DELAY RELEASE
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A.
Model FSAX24V Release Device: For non-motorized doors with voltage input of
24VDC.
1.
Voltage of 24VDC supplied by a UL 1481 regulated power supply with a
battery backup system with a red, enclosure-mounted LED to indicate power
to the device.
2.
Capable of holding and releasing up to a 40 lb. load imposed by a fusible
link/sash chain assembly attached to a release mechanism within the door
construction.
3.
Includes DIP-switch selectable delay settings of 10, 20, or 60 seconds upon
alarm activation to allow for passageway clearance before initiating door
closure.
4.
Capable of receiving an alarm input from compatible 2-wire normally open
smoke detectors, 4-wire normally open smoke detectors, or normally open
heat detectors, or input from a fire alarm control panel via a relay module
providing a Form C dry contact output to the release device.
a.
Capable of receiving input from a maximum of two smoke detectors.
b.
Use with a supervisory resistor on 2-wire; End-of-Line relay on 4-wire to
ensure the integrity of the wiring.
5.
Provide with optional audible and visual signaling appliances to operate
during the alarm closing cycle. Device shall be capable of activating and
powering a maximum of two audible/visible notification devices, e.g. strobes,
horns or horn/strobes. Device shall recognize that the door is in the closed
position via input received from a proximity switch, located underneath the
door and activated when the door is in the closed position and resting upon
the switch, to prevent accidental release of the fusible link/sash chain (or
1/16th cable) assembly; an amber, enclosure-mounted LED shall indicate
activation of the proximity switch.
6.
Provide with relay and trouble outputs to provide notification to a fire alarm
control panel when an alarm or trouble state exists.
7.
Circuit board shall have diagnostic LEDs to assist with field installation by
indicating alarm or trouble conditions present within the smoke detector loops,
as well as activation of the proximity switch.
8.
Includes an enclosure-mounted test switch that simulates an alarm condition
when depressed and held for a length of time equal to the DIP-switch
selectable delay setting, either 10, 20, or 60 seconds. A remote key test
switch is also provided to simulate an alarm condition during testing
procedures.
B.
Model FSBX24V Release Device with Battery Back-Up: For non-motorized doors
with voltage input of 24VDC.
1.
Capable of holding and releasing up to a 40 lb. load imposed by a fusible
link/sash chain assembly attached to a release mechanism within the door
construction.
2.
Provide with an internal battery backup system capable of providing up to 24
hours of battery power to support alarm logic, smoke detector, release
capability and audible and visible signaling appliances. Device shall monitor
battery charge and annunciate the need for battery replacement via an
integral sounder; a green, enclosure-mounted LED that indicates the
presence of the battery backup system.
a.
Battery backup/power system shall contain a management system
providing trickle charge capabilities.
b.
During a power outage, and upon depletion of the battery, the device
will initiate door closure by releasing the fusible link/sash chain
assembly and initiating gravity closure of the door.
c.
A DIP-switch selectable feature shall provide the capability of operating
on battery power upon loss of line power or closing the door through
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
C.
the release of the fusible link assembly initiating gravity closure of the
door
Includes DIP-switch selectable delay settings of 10, 20, or 60 seconds upon
alarm activation to allow for passageway clearance before initiating door
closure.
Capable of receiving an alarm input from compatible 2-wire normally open
smoke detectors, 4-wire normally open smoke detectors, or normally open
heat detectors, or input from a fire alarm control panel via a relay module
providing a Form C dry contact output to the release device.
a.
Capable of receiving input from a maximum of two smoke detectors.
b.
Use with an End-of-Line (EOL) device to ensure the integrity of the
wiring
Provide with optional audible and visual signaling appliances to operate
during the alarm closing cycle. Device shall be capable of activating and
powering a maximum of two audible/visible notification devices, e.g. strobes,
horns or horn/strobes. Device shall recognize that the door is in the closed
position via input received from a proximity switch, located underneath the
door and activated when the door is in the closed position and resting upon
the switch, to prevent accidental release of the fusible link/sash chain (or
1/16th cable) assembly; an amber, enclosure-mounted LED shall indicate
activation of the proximity switch.
Provide with relay and trouble outputs to provide notification to a fire alarm
control panel when an alarm or trouble state exists.
Circuit board shall have diagnostic LEDs to assist with field installation by
indicating alarm or trouble conditions present within the smoke detector loops,
as well as activation of the proximity switch.
Includes an enclosure-mounted test switch that simulates an alarm condition
when depressed and held for a length of time equal to the DIP-switch
selectable delay setting, either 10, 20, or 60 seconds. A remote key test
switch is also provided to simulate an alarm condition during testing
procedures.
Model FSBX120V Release Device: For non-motorized doors with voltage input
120VAC with battery backup.
1.
Capable of operating on a voltage of 120VAC, and contain internal fuse and
transient protection to guard against power surges; a red, enclosure-mounted
LED shall indicate power to the device.
2.
Capable of holding and releasing up to a 40 lb. load imposed by a fusible
link/sash chain assembly attached to a release mechanism within the door
construction.
3.
Provide with an internal battery backup system capable of providing up to 24
hours of battery power to support alarm logic, smoke detector, release
capability and audible and visible signaling appliances. Device shall monitor
battery charge and annunciate the need for battery replacement via an
integral sounder; a green, enclosure-mounted LED that indicates the
presence of the battery backup system.
a.
Battery backup/power system shall contain a management system
providing trickle charge capabilities.
b.
During a power outage, and upon depletion of the battery, the device
will initiate door closure by releasing the fusible link/sash chain
assembly and initiating gravity closure of the door.
c.
A DIP-switch selectable feature shall provide the capability of operating
on battery power upon loss of line power or closing the door through
the release of the fusible link assembly initiating gravity closure of the
door
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
D.
Includes DIP-switch selectable delay settings of 10, 20, or 60 seconds upon
alarm activation to allow for passageway clearance before initiating door
closure.
Capable of receiving an alarm input from compatible 2-wire normally open
smoke detectors, 4-wire normally open smoke detectors, or normally open
heat detectors, or input from a fire alarm control panel via a relay module
providing a Form C dry contact output to the release device.
a.
Capable of receiving input from a maximum of two smoke detectors.
b.
Use with an End-of-Line (EOL) device to ensure the integrity of the
wiring
Provide with optional audible and visual signaling appliances to operate
during the alarm closing cycle. Device shall be capable of activating and
powering a maximum of two audible/visible notification devices, e.g. strobes,
horns or horn/strobes. Device shall recognize that the door is in the closed
position via input received from a proximity switch, located underneath the
door and activated when the door is in the closed position and resting upon
the switch, to prevent accidental release of the fusible link/sash chain (or
1/16th cable) assembly; an amber, enclosure-mounted LED shall indicate
activation of the proximity switch.
Provide with relay and trouble outputs to provide notification to a fire alarm
control panel when an alarm or trouble state exists.
Circuit board shall have diagnostic LEDs to assist with field installation by
indicating alarm or trouble conditions present within the smoke detector loops,
as well as activation of the proximity switch.
Includes an enclosure-mounted test switch that simulates an alarm condition
when depressed and held for a length of time equal to the DIP-switch
selectable delay setting, either 10, 20, or 60 seconds. A remote key test
switch is also provided to simulate an alarm condition during testing
procedures.
Model FSCX24V Release Device: For motorized doors operating on a voltage of
24VDC with battery backup.
1.
Release device shall be used in conjunction with an appropriate UL 325-rated
commercial door operator, either a gearhead, jackshaft, or hoist operator
equipped with auxiliary open and close limit switches, to create a door closing
system.
2.
Release device shall be used in conjunction with an NEMA 4/4X commercial
door operator, either a gearhead, jackshaft, or hoist operator equipped with
auxiliary open and close limit switches, to create a door closing system.
3.
Capable of holding and releasing up to a 40 lb. load imposed by a fusible
link/sash chain assembly attached to a release mechanism within the door
construction.
4.
Provide with an internal battery backup system capable of providing up to 24
hours of battery power to support alarm logic, smoke detector, release
capability and audible and visible signaling appliances. Device shall monitor
battery charge and annunciate the need for battery replacement via an
integral sounder; a green, enclosure-mounted LED that indicates the
presence of the battery backup system.
a.
Battery backup/power system shall contain a management system
providing trickle charge capabilities.
b.
During a power outage, and upon depletion of the battery, the device
will initiate door closure by releasing the fusible link/sash chain
assembly and initiating gravity closure of the door.
c.
A DIP-switch selectable feature shall provide the capability of operating
on battery power upon loss of line power or closing the door through
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
the release of the fusible link assembly initiating gravity closure of the
door
Includes DIP-switch selectable delay settings of 10, 20, or 60 seconds upon
alarm activation to allow for passageway clearance before initiating door
closure.
Capable of receiving an alarm input from compatible 2-wire normally open
smoke detectors, 4-wire normally open smoke detectors, or normally open
heat detectors, or input from a fire alarm control panel via a relay module
providing a Form C dry contact output to the release device.
a.
Capable of receiving input from a maximum of two smoke detectors.
b.
Use with an End-of-Line (EOL) device to ensure the integrity of the
wiring
Provide with optional audible and visual signaling appliances to operate
during the alarm closing cycle. Device shall be capable of activating and
powering a maximum of two audible/visible notification devices, e.g. strobes,
horns or horn/strobes. Device shall recognize that the door is in the closed
position via input received from a proximity switch, located underneath the
door and activated when the door is in the closed position and resting upon
the switch, to prevent accidental release of the fusible link/sash chain (or
1/16th cable) assembly; an amber, enclosure-mounted LED shall indicate
activation of the proximity switch.
Provide with relay and trouble outputs to provide notification to a fire alarm
control panel when an alarm or trouble state exists.
Circuit board shall have diagnostic LEDs to assist with field installation by
indicating alarm or trouble conditions present within the smoke detector loops,
as well as activation of the auxiliary close limit switch.
Includes an enclosure-mounted test switch that simulates an alarm condition
when depressed and held for a length of time equal to the DIP-switch
selectable delay setting, either 10, 20, or 60 seconds. A remote key test
switch is also provided to simulate an alarm condition during testing
procedures.
Hold open/release device shall recognize that the door is in the closed
position and where motor driven, be capable of sensing that power is
available to the motor. The device may be wired to close on alarm.
Upon alarm, the device shall offer the DIP-switch selectable feature of
motorized door closure through the operator or bypassing the operator and
initiating gravity door closure by releasing the fusible link assembly and
engaging the door’s release mechanism.
Audible and visual signaling appliances shall be provided to annunciate
closure due to alarm or power loss conditions.
Device shall provide three-time obstruction cycling of the door through the
operator
a.
An electric sensing edge (by others) attached to the bottom edge of the
door, and connected to both the device and the operator.
b.
Upon contact by the sensing edge with an obstruction, the closing door
shall reverse and the device will instruct the operator to repeat the
attempt at closure two additional cycles.
c.
Failure to reach the closed position will activate the one of two
selectable actions:
Release device shall reverse the direction of the door through the operator
upon the sensing edge making contact with an obstruction and repeat the
attempt to achieve closure for two additional cycles.
a.
Mode of operation upon failure to close the door shall be one of two
DIP-switch selectable options
1)
Failure to reach the closed position upon completion of the
closure cycle or within a factory set time limit will result in the
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16.
17.
E.
door being lowered by the operator upon the object. The door
will rest on the obstruction until the obstruction is removed, at
which point the door will resume closure through the operator to
a fully closed position.
2)
Failure to reach the closed position upon completion of the
closure cycle or within a factory selected time limit will result in
gravity closure of the door. The door will rest on the obstruction
until the obstruction is removed, at which point door closure shall
be achieved through gravity drop.
b.
Device shall provide a DIP-switch selectable 4-minute or 2-minute
safety timer setting that will initiate gravity door closure if the operator
close limit is not completed with the selected time or one of the modes
of operation upon encountering an obstruction is not completed.
c.
Loss of power to the operator or release device an alarm condition will
result in gravity closure of the door.
Upon successful test completion of door closure through the operator with no
obstructions encountered, the release device shall offer the DIP-switch
selectable feature of allowing automatic open after the test input is cleared.
Release device shall offer a dry contact relay that may be used to activate
signaling appliances or other external signaling functions.
Model FSCX120 Release Device: For motorized doors operating on a voltage of
120VAC with battery backup.
1.
Release device shall be used in conjunction with an appropriate UL 325-rated
commercial door operator, either a gearhead, jackshaft, or hoist operator
equipped with auxiliary open and close limit switches, to create a door closing
system.
2.
Release device shall be used in conjunction with an NEMA 4/4X commercial
door operator, either a gearhead, jackshaft, or hoist operator equipped with
auxiliary open and close limit switches, to create a door closing system.
3.
Capable of operating on a voltage of 120VAC, and shall contain internal fuse
and transient protection to guard against power surges; a red, enclosuremounted LED shall indicate power to the device.
4.
Capable of holding and releasing up to a 40 lb. load imposed by a fusible
link/sash chain assembly attached to a release mechanism within the door
construction.
5.
Provide with an internal battery backup system capable of providing up to 24
hours of battery power to support alarm logic, smoke detector, release
capability and audible and visible signaling appliances. Device shall monitor
battery charge and annunciate the need for battery replacement via an
integral sounder; a green, enclosure-mounted LED that indicates the
presence of the battery backup system.
a.
Battery backup/power system shall contain a management system
providing trickle charge capabilities.
b.
During a power outage, and upon depletion of the battery, the device
will initiate door closure by releasing the fusible link/sash chain
assembly and initiating gravity closure of the door.
c.
A DIP-switch selectable feature shall provide the capability of operating
on battery power upon loss of line power or closing the door through
the release of the fusible link assembly initiating gravity closure of the
door.
d.
Hold open/release device shall recognize that the door is in the closed
position and where motor driven, be capable of sensing that power is
available to the motor. The device will be wired to close on alarm.
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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Includes DIP-switch selectable delay settings of 10, 20, or 60 seconds upon
alarm activation to allow for passageway clearance before initiating door
closure.
Capable of receiving an alarm input from compatible 2-wire normally open
smoke detectors, 4-wire normally open smoke detectors, or normally open
heat detectors, or input from a fire alarm control panel via a relay module
providing a Form C dry contact output to the release device.
a.
Capable of receiving input from a maximum of two smoke detectors.
b.
Use with an End-of-Line (EOL) device to ensure the integrity of the
wiring
Provide with optional audible and visual signaling appliances to operate
during the alarm closing cycle. Device shall be capable of activating and
powering a maximum of two audible/visible notification devices, e.g. strobes,
horns or horn/strobes. Device shall recognize that the door is in the closed
position via input received from a proximity switch, located underneath the
door and activated when the door is in the closed position and resting upon
the switch, to prevent accidental release of the fusible link/sash chain (or
1/16th cable) assembly; an amber, enclosure-mounted LED shall indicate
activation of the proximity switch.
Provide with relay and trouble outputs to provide notification to a fire alarm
control panel when an alarm or trouble state exists.
Circuit board shall have diagnostic LEDs to assist with field installation by
indicating alarm or trouble conditions present within the smoke detector loops,
as well as activation of the auxiliary close limit switch.
Includes an enclosure-mounted test switch that simulates an alarm condition
when depressed and held for a length of time equal to the DIP-switch
selectable delay setting, either 10, 20, or 60 seconds. A remote key test
switch is also provided to simulate an alarm condition during testing
procedures.
Upon alarm, the device shall offer the DIP-switch selectable feature of
motorized door closure through the operator or bypassing the operator and
initiating gravity door closure by releasing the fusible link assembly and
engaging the door’s release mechanism.
Audible and visual signaling appliances shall be provided to annunciate
closure due to alarm or power loss conditions.
Device shall provide three-time obstruction cycling of the door through the
operator
a.
An electric sensing edge (by others) attached to the bottom edge of the
door, and connected to both the device and the operator.
b.
Upon contact by the sensing edge with an obstruction, the closing door
shall reverse and the device will instruct the operator to repeat the
attempt at closure two additional cycles.
c.
Failure to reach the closed position will activate the one of two
selectable actions:
Release device shall reverse the direction of the door through the operator
upon the sensing edge making contact with an obstruction and repeat the
attempt to achieve closure for two additional cycles.
a.
Mode of operation upon failure to close the door shall be one of two
DIP-switch selectable options
1)
Failure to reach the closed position upon completion of the
closure cycle or within a factory set time limit will result in the
door being lowered by the operator upon the object. The door
will rest on the obstruction until the obstruction is removed, at
which point the door will resume closure through the operator to
a fully closed position.
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2)
16.
17.
Failure to reach the closed position upon completion of the
closure cycle or within a factory selected time limit will result in
gravity closure of the door. The door will rest on the obstruction
until the obstruction is removed, at which point door closure shall
be achieved through gravity drop.
b.
Device shall provide a DIP-switch selectable 4-minute or 2-minute
safety timer setting that will initiate gravity door closure if the operator
close limit is not completed with the selected time or one of the modes
of operation upon encountering an obstruction is not completed.
c.
Loss of power to the operator or release device an alarm condition will
result in gravity closure of the door.
Upon successful test completion of door closure through the operator with no
obstructions encountered, the release device shall offer the DIP-switch
selectable feature of allowing automatic open after the test input is cleared.
Release device shall offer a dry contact relay that may be used to activate
signaling appliances or other external signaling functions.
PART 3 EXECUTION
3.1
3.2
3.3
EXAMINATION
A.
Verify opening sizes, tolerances and conditions are acceptable.
B.
Examine conditions of substrates, supports, and other conditions under which this
work is to be performed.
C.
If substrate preparation is the responsibility of another installer, notify Architect of
unsatisfactory preparation before proceeding.
PREPARATION
A.
Clean surfaces thoroughly prior to installation.
B.
Prepare surfaces using the methods recommended by the manufacturer for
achieving the best result for the substrate under the project conditions.
INSTALLATION
A.
Install in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
B.
Install rolling counter fire doors in compliance with requirements of NFPA 80. Test
fire-release system and reset components after testing.
C.
Use anchorage devices to securely fasten assembly to wall construction and
building framing without distortion or stress.
D.
Securely and rigidly brace components suspended from structure. Secure guides to
structural members only.
E.
Fit and align assembly including hardware; level and plumb, to provide smooth
operation.
F.
Coordinate installation of electrical service with Section 16150. Complete wiring from
disconnect to unit components.
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3.4
3.5
G.
Install and test Fire Sentinel release device(s) in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions and in compliance with applicable regulations and codes of the local
authority having jurisdiction.
H.
Coordinate installation of sealants and backing materials at frame perimeter as
specified in Section 07900.
I.
Install perimeter trim and closures.
ADJUSTING
A.
Test for proper operation and adjust as necessary to provide proper operation
without binding or distortion.
B.
Release device(s) shall be tested and witnessed for proper operation with the door
manufacturer recommendations
C.
Adjust hardware and operating assemblies for smooth and noiseless operation.
FIELD QUALITY CONTROL
A.
3.6
3.7
Functional testing of fire door and window assemblies shall be performed by IDEA
Certified personnel with knowledge and understanding of the operating components
of the type of door being subject to testing.
CLEANING
A.
Clean curtain and components using non-abrasive materials and methods
recommended by manufacturer.
B.
Remove labels and visible markings.
C.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
END OF SECTION
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