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USACE / NAVFAC / AFCEC / NASA
UFGS-08 34 02 (August 2009)
--------------------------Preparing Activity: USACE
Superseding
UFGS-08 34 02 (April 2006)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
References are in agreement with UMRL dated January 2016
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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 08 - OPENINGS
SECTION 08 34 02
BULLET-RESISTANT COMPONENTS
08/09
PART 1
GENERAL
1.1
REFERENCES
1.2
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1.2.1
Design Requirements
1.2.2
Performance Requirements
1.2.3
Submittal Requirement Details
1.3
SUBMITTALS
1.4
QUALITY ASSURANCE
1.5
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
1.6
SCHEDULING
1.7
WARRANTY
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.1
MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS
2.2
ELECTRICAL WIRING
2.3
BULLET-RESISTANT STEEL PERSONNEL DOORS
2.3.1
Fire Rated Doors
2.3.2
Sound Rated Doors
2.3.3
Door and Frame Fabrication
2.3.4
Sidelight Frames
2.3.5
Preparation for Hardware
2.3.6
Hardware
2.3.6.1
Mortise Locks and Latchsets
2.3.6.2
Hinges
2.3.6.3
Electric Strikes
2.3.6.4
Door Closers
2.3.6.5
Door Stops and Holders
2.3.7
Frame Anchors
2.3.8
Weatherstripping
2.3.9
Louvers for Doors
2.4
BULLET-RESISTANT LOUVERS
2.5
BULLET-RESISTANT STEEL BIFOLD DOORS, FRAMES, AND HARDWARE
2.5.1
Testing
2.5.2
Bifold Doors
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2.5.3
Power Operators
2.5.3.1
Pneumatic Operators
2.5.3.2
Electric Operators
2.5.4
Safety Device
2.6
BULLET-RESISTANT STEEL WINDOWS
2.6.1
Glazing Materials
2.6.1.1
Laminated Glass
2.6.1.2
Acrylic Plastic Sheets
2.6.1.3
Polycarbonate Plastic Sheets
2.6.1.4
Glass/Plastic Laminate Glazing
2.6.1.5
Glass/Plastic Air-Gap Glazing
2.6.2
Adhesive Interlayer Materials
2.6.3
Sealants
2.6.4
Deal Trays
2.7
BULLET-RESISTANT SPEAKING APERTURES
2.8
BULLET-RESISTANT GUNPORTS
2.9
BULLET-RESISTANT PASS-THROUGH DRAWER
2.10
BULLET-RESISTANT PREFABRICATED MODULAR ENCLOSURE
2.11
ACCESSORIES
2.12
LABELING
2.13
SHOP/FACTORY FINISHING
2.13.1
Ferrous Metal
2.13.2
Galvanizing
2.13.3
Aluminum
PART 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
FRAMED INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
FASTENERS
CORROSION PROTECTION - DISSIMILAR MATERIALS
ELECTRICAL WORK
ADJUSTING/CLEANING
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USACE / NAVFAC / AFCEC / NASA
UFGS-08 34 02 (August 2009)
--------------------------Preparing Activity: USACE
Superseding
UFGS-08 34 02 (April 2006)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
References are in agreement with UMRL dated January 2016
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SECTION 08 34 02
BULLET-RESISTANT COMPONENTS
08/09
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NOTE: This section covers requirements for bullet
resistant components including doors, windows,
louvers, gunports, pass drawers, deal trays, and
speaking apertures.
Adhere to UFC 1-300-02 Unified Facilities Guide
Specifications (UFGS) Format Standard when editing
this guide specification or preparing new project
specification sections. Edit this guide
specification for project specific requirements by
adding, deleting, or revising text. For bracketed
items, choose applicable items(s) or insert
appropriate information.
Remove information and requirements not required in
respective project, whether or not brackets are
present.
Comments, suggestions and recommended changes for
this guide specification are welcome and should be
submitted as a Criteria Change Request (CCR).
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PART 1
1.1
GENERAL
REFERENCES
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NOTE: This paragraph is used to list the
publications cited in the text of the guide
specification. The publications are referred to in
the text by basic designation only and listed in
this paragraph by organization, designation, date,
and title.
Use the Reference Wizard's Check Reference feature
when you add a RID outside of the Section's
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the issue dates.
References not used in the text will automatically
be deleted from this section of the project
specification when you choose to reconcile
references in the publish print process.
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The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the
extent referenced. The publications are referred to within the text by the
basic designation only.
AIR MOVEMENT AND CONTROL ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL (AMCA)
AMCA 500-D
(2012) Laboratory Methods of Testing
Dampers for Rating
ALUMINUM ASSOCIATION (AA)
AA DAF45
(2003; Reaffirmed 2009) Designation System
for Aluminum Finishes
AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (AAMA)
AAMA 611
(1998; R 2004) Voluntary Specification for
Anodized Architectural Aluminum
ASTM INTERNATIONAL (ASTM)
ASTM A123/A123M
(2013) Standard Specification for Zinc
(Hot-Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and
Steel Products
ASTM A653/A653M
(2015) Standard Specification for Steel
Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or
Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by
the Hot-Dip Process
ASTM C1036
(2010; E 2012) Standard Specification for
Flat Glass
ASTM C1048
(2012; E 2012) Standard Specification for
Heat-Treated Flat Glass - Kind HS, Kind FT
Coated and Uncoated Glass
ASTM C1172
(2014) Standard Specification for
Laminated Architectural Flat Glass
ASTM D1003
(2013) Haze and Luminous Transmittance of
Transparent Plastics
ASTM D1044
(2013) Resistance of Transparent Plastics
to Surface Abrasion
ASTM D1922
(2015) Propagation Tear Resistance of
Plastic Film and Thin Sheeting by Pendulum
Method
ASTM D256
(2010) Determining the Izod Pendulum
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Impact Resistance of Plastics
ASTM D3595
(2014) Polychlorotrifluoroethylene (PCTFE)
Extruded Plastic Sheet and Film
ASTM D3951
(2010) Commercial Packaging
ASTM D4093
(1995; R 2014) Photoelastic Measurements
of Birefringence and Residual Strains in
Transparent or Translucent Plastic
Materials
ASTM D4802
(2010) Poly(Methyl Methacrylate) Acrylic
Plastic Sheet
ASTM D542
(2014) Index of Refraction of Transparent
Organic Plastics
ASTM D5420
(2010) Impact Resistance of Flat, Rigid
Plastic Specimen by Means of a Strike
Impacted by a Falling Weight (Gardner
Impact)
ASTM D570
(1998; E 2010; R 2010) Standard Test
Method for Water Absorption of Plastics
ASTM D635
(2014) Standard Test Method for Rate of
Burning and/or Extent and Time of Burning
of Self-Supporting Plastics in a
Horizontal Position
ASTM D638
(2014) Standard Test Method for Tensile
Properties of Plastics
ASTM D648
(2007) Deflection Temperature of Plastics
Under Flexural Load in the Edgewise
Position
ASTM D696
(2008; E 2013) Standard Test Method for
Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion of
Plastics Between -30 degrees C and 30
degrees C With a Vitreous Silica
Dilatometer
ASTM D792
(2013) Density and Specific Gravity
(Relative Density) of Plastics by
Displacement
ASTM D882
(2012) Tensile Properties of Thin Plastic
Sheeting
ASTM D905
(2008; E 2009) Strength Properties of
Adhesive Bonds in Shear by Compression
Loading
ASTM E1300
(2012a; E 2012) Determining Load
Resistance of Glass in Buildings
ASTM E169
(2004; R 2014) General Techniques of
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GLASS ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA (GANA)
GANA Glazing Manual
(2004) Glazing Manual
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL METAL MANUFACTURERS (NAAMM)
NAAMM HMMA 810
(2009) Hollow Metal Doors
NAAMM HMMA 820
(2008) Hollow Metal Frames
NAAMM HMMA 830
(2002) Hardware Selection
Metal Doors and Frames
NAAMM HMMA 840
(2007) Installation and Storage of Hollow
Metal Doors and Frames
NAAMM HMMA 850
(2000) Fire Rated Hollow Metal Doors and
Frames
NAAMM HMMA 862
(2003) Guide Specifications for Commercial
Security Hollow Metal Doors and Frames
for Hollow
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
NEMA ICS 2
(2000; R 2005; Errata 2008) Standard for
Controllers, Contactors, and Overload
Relays Rated 600 V
NEMA ICS 6
(1993; R 2011) Enclosures
NEMA MG 1
(2014) Motors and Generators
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (NFPA)
NFPA 70
(2014; AMD 1 2013; Errata 1 2013; AMD 2
2013; Errata 2 2013; AMD 3 2014; Errata
3-4 2014; AMD 4-6 2014) National
Electrical Code
NFPA 80
(2016) Standard for Fire Doors and Other
Opening Protectives
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE (NIJ)
NIJ Std 0108.01
(1985) Ballistic Resistant Protective
Materials
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE CENTER
(NAVFAC EXWC)
NAVFAC EXWC CR 80.025
(1980) Testing and Evaluation of Attack
Resistance and Hardening Retrofits of
Marine Barrack Construction Types to Small
Arms Multiple Impact Threat
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE (SD)
SD Std-01.01
(1993 Rev G Amended; Inx Certified
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GLASS ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA (GANA)
GANA Glazing Manual
(2004) Glazing Manual
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTURAL METAL MANUFACTURERS (NAAMM)
NAAMM HMMA 810
(2009) Hollow Metal Doors
NAAMM HMMA 820
(2008) Hollow Metal Frames
NAAMM HMMA 830
(2002) Hardware Selection
Metal Doors and Frames
NAAMM HMMA 840
(2007) Installation and Storage of Hollow
Metal Doors and Frames
NAAMM HMMA 850
(2000) Fire Rated Hollow Metal Doors and
Frames
NAAMM HMMA 862
(2003) Guide Specifications for Commercial
Security Hollow Metal Doors and Frames
for Hollow
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
NEMA ICS 2
(2000; R 2005; Errata 2008) Standard for
Controllers, Contactors, and Overload
Relays Rated 600 V
NEMA ICS 6
(1993; R 2011) Enclosures
NEMA MG 1
(2014) Motors and Generators
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (NFPA)
NFPA 70
(2014; AMD 1 2013; Errata 1 2013; AMD 2
2013; Errata 2 2013; AMD 3 2014; Errata
3-4 2014; AMD 4-6 2014) National
Electrical Code
NFPA 80
(2016) Standard for Fire Doors and Other
Opening Protectives
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF JUSTICE (NIJ)
NIJ Std 0108.01
(1985) Ballistic Resistant Protective
Materials
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING AND EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE CENTER
(NAVFAC EXWC)
NAVFAC EXWC CR 80.025
(1980) Testing and Evaluation of Attack
Resistance and Hardening Retrofits of
Marine Barrack Construction Types to Small
Arms Multiple Impact Threat
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE (SD)
SD Std-01.01
(1993 Rev G Amended; Inx Certified
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Prod/Mfg) Certification Standard Forced
Entry and Ballistic Resistance of
Structural Systems
UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES (UL)
UL 752
1.2
(2005; Reprint Dec 2015) Standard for
Bullet-Resisting Equipment
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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NOTE: In the event that the designer chooses to
design and detail the component for shop
fabrication, the materials and construction should
be specified in Section 05 50 13 MISCELLANEOUS METAL
FABRICATIONS.
Bullet-resisting ratings of metals shall be
determined by ballistics tests in accordance with
the threat specified in paragraph COMPONENT TEST
REQUIREMENTS.
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1.2.1
Design Requirements
Provide bullet resistant components conforming to the requirements
specified for the particular items and, as much as possible, complete
assemblies by a single manufacturer.
1.2.2
Performance Requirements
All items specified shall be bullet resistant to the threat specified.
Movable and operable components shall operate smoothly and freely. When a
reference for performance is listed, operation shall conform to referenced
requirements.
1.2.3
Submittal Requirement Details
The following shall be submitted:
a.
Manufacturer's descriptive data and installation instructions.
Descriptive data shall include cleaning instructions as recommended by
the plastic sheet manufacturer.
b.
Spare parts data for each bifold door, after approval of the related
submittals, and not later than [_____] months prior to the date of
beneficial occupancy. Include a complete list of parts and supplies,
with current unit prices and supply source.
c.
Air flow calculations for louvers and louvers in doors.
d.
Lists including schedule of all components to be incorporated in the
work with manufacturer's model or catalog numbers, specification and
drawing reference numbers, warranty information, threat level
certified, [fire ratings,] [sound transmission coefficient ratings,]
[insulation "U" value,] and number of items provided.
e.
Evidence that standard products essentially duplicate items that have
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been satisfactorily in use for two years or more, including name of
purchasers, locations of installations, dates of installations, and
service organizations.
f.
Manufacturer's certificates attesting that all components conform to
the requirements on drawings and in specifications. Submittal shall
include testing reports from independent testing laboratories
indicating conformance to regulatory requirements.
[Six] [_____] copies of operation and [six] [_____] copies of maintenance
manuals for the bifold doors furnished. The manuals shall be approved
prior to beneficial occupancy.
1.3
SUBMITTALS
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NOTE: Review submittal description (SD) definitions
in Section 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and edit
the following list to reflect only the submittals
required for the project.
The Guide Specification technical editors have
designated those items that require Government
approval, due to their complexity or criticality,
with a "G." Generally, other submittal items can be
reviewed by the Contractor's Quality Control
System. Only add a “G” to an item, if the submittal
is sufficiently important or complex in context of
the project.
For submittals requiring Government approval on Army
projects, a code of up to three characters within
the submittal tags may be used following the "G"
designation to indicate the approving authority.
Codes for Army projects using the Resident
Management System (RMS) are: "AE" for
Architect-Engineer; "DO" for District Office
(Engineering Division or other organization in the
District Office); "AO" for Area Office; "RO" for
Resident Office; and "PO" for Project Office. Codes
following the "G" typically are not used for Navy,
Air Force, and NASA projects.
An "S" following a submittal item indicates that the
submittal is required for the Sustainability
Notebook to fulfill federally mandated sustainable
requirements in accordance with Section 01 33 29
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING.
Choose the first bracketed item for Navy, Air Force
and NASA projects, or choose the second bracketed
item for Army projects.
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Government approval is required for submittals with a "G" designation;
submittals not having a "G" designation are for [Contractor Quality Control
approval.] [information only. When used, a designation following the "G"
designation identifies the office that will review the submittal for the
Government.] Submittals with an "S" are for inclusion in the
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Sustainability Notebook, in conformance to Section 01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY
REPORTING. Submit the following in accordance with Section 01 33 00
SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES:
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NOTE: Submittals SD-03 and SD-10, are to be used
only when bifold doors are part of the work. Edit
out those paragraphs if no bifold doors are required
in the work.
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SD-02 Shop Drawings
Installation; G[, [_____]]
SD-03 Product Data
Bullet Resistant Components
Bifold Doors
SD-07 Certificates
Bullet Resistant Components
SD-10 Operation and Maintenance Data
Bullet Resistant Components; G[, [_____]]
1.4
QUALITY ASSURANCE
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NOTE: The threat must be identified before
selection of the applicable test standard from Table
I. If project criteria includes more than one
threat, each component will be correlated with the
appropriate regulation or standard it is required to
meet. Coordinate with the drawings.
The design threat must be determined based on the
importance of the assets in the facility, facility
location, history, a likelihood of attacks at the
location, and many other factors. The process used
to determine design criteria for applicable threat
and design guidance to resist the threat is provided
in the manuals listed below:
UFC 4-020-01 Security Engineering - Project
Development
UFC 4-020-2FA Security Engineering - Concept Design
UFC 4-020-3FA Security Engineering - Final Design
These manuals are marked "For Official Use Only".
and they may be ordered by Department of the Army
agencies from the U.S. Army Publications
Distribution Center, 2800 Eastern Blvd., Baltimore,
MD 21220-2896.
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The identified threat criteria should be recorded in
the Design Analysis for the project. The designer
will indicate the applicable threats, selected from
Table I below, under paragraph COMPONENT TEST
REQUIREMENTS or in door, window, or other component
schedules as appropriate.
There is no single, uniform standard for bullet
resistance. Each testing agency has its own
parameters. Variables include firing distance to
the test component; number of shots fired and
proximity to each other; and failure criteria, such
as penetration, amount of spall or further
operability of the item. Most ballistic threats are
based on complete penetration by projectiles or
fragments of projectiles through a construction
material, or on spall of the material to the degree
that injury would be caused to a person standing
behind the material. Some standards require only
material specimen testing rather than testing of
complete assemblies. This enables a designer to
specify materials as bullet resistant, but does not
ensure that fasteners, anchors, frames, etc., are
bullet resistant. Designer should:
(1) Verify criteria requirements, define threats
using standards which test complete assemblies and
specify threat accordingly, or
(2) Specify that all materials and connections be
certified to resist the specified threat.
Some standards also include different temperature
requirements depending upon whether the component is
for indoor or outdoor installation. Verify testing
requirements with specification of components.
Designer will also note adverse environmental
conditions which require galvanized coatings on
carbon steel, stainless steel, or criteria such as
temperature, weather, humidity, ventilation, and
illumination required for proper installation or
application. If necessary, designer will explain
existing conditions through statements or by
references to documents where information such as
existing structures or geophysical reports can be
found.
Most bullet-resistant components are custom
fabricated from manufacturer's standard designs.
Coordinate installation details with adjacent
construction.
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TABLE I - TABLE OF RELATIVE BALLISTIC STANDARDS
VELOCITY
STANDARD
BULLET
(FT/SEC)/
THREAT
WEIGHT
NO. SHOTS
LEVEL
CALIBER
WEAPON
& TYPE
RESISTED
_______________________________________________________________________________
NIJTYPE I
.22
Handgun
6-6.5 in.
Barrel
40 gr.
LRHV
Lead
1010-1090/
5 Shots
and
.38 Special
Handgun
158 gr.
800-900/
6-6.5 in.
LRN
5 Shots
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
UL-MPSA
.38 Super
Pistol
130 gr.
1152-1344/
Automatic
FMJ
3 Shots
5 in.
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
ASTMSubmachine
Gun
9 mm.
Parabellum
124 gr.
1350-1450/
3 Shots
and
12 gauge
No. 00
1265-1465/
3 in. Magnum
Buckshot
Variable
(adjunct)
_______________________________________________________________________________
(UFC 4-020-01 Low Severity Level, Ballistics Tactic):
HPW
Minimum
Minimum
and 1 each @
Standards
Specified
or SD
Locations
Submachine
Gun (S)
9 mm.
Submachine
Gun
115 gr.
FMJ
1350-1450/
3
(Steel)
and
12 gauge
(Optional)
Shotgun
No. 4
1275-1375/
Buckshot
3
Minimum
and 1 each @
Specified
Locations
_______________________________________________________________________________
NIJTYPE IIA
.357 Magnum
and
9 mm.
Handgun
4-4.75 in.
158 gr.
1200-1300/
5 Shots
Handgun
4-4.75 in.
124 gr.
1050-1130/
5 Shots
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TABLE I - TABLE OF RELATIVE BALLISTIC STANDARDS
VELOCITY
STANDARD
BULLET
(FT/SEC)/
THREAT
WEIGHT
NO. SHOTS
LEVEL
CALIBER
WEAPON
& TYPE
RESISTED
_______________________________________________________________________________
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
ASTM.44 Magnum
240 gr. 1400-1500/
Handgun
Soft
3 Shots
(.44 Magnum)
Point
and
12 gauge
No. 00
1265-1465/
3 in. Magnum
Buckshot
Variable
(adjunct)
_______________________________________________________________________________
ASTMHandgun
(.38 Super)
.38 Super
NIJTYPE II
.357 Magnum
130 gr.
FMJ
1230-1330/
3 Shots
and
12 gauge
No. 00
1265-1465/
3 in. Magnum
Buckshot
Variable
(adjunct)
_______________________________________________________________________________
Handgun
6-6.5 in.
Barrel
158 gr.
JSP
1345-1445/
5 Shots
and
9 mm.
Handgun
124 gr.
1135-1215/
4-4.75 in.
FMJ
5 Shots
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
UL-HPSA
.357 Magnum
Handgun
158 gr.
1305-1523/
8.35 in.
Lead
3 Shots
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
NIJTYPE IIIA
.44 Magnum
Handgun
5.56.25 in.
Barrel
240 gr.
Lead SWC
Gas
Checked
1350-1450/
5 Shots
and
9 mm.
Submachine
124 gr.
1350-1450/
Gun 9.5FMJ
5 Shots
10.25 in.
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
(UFC 4-020-01 Medium Severity Level, Ballistics Tactic):
UL-SPSA
.44 Magnum
Handgun
240 gr.
1323-1544/
6.5 in.
Lead
3 Shots
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
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may be furnished in lieu of label. For oversized fire doors, certificate
shall state that doors are manufactured in compliance with the requirements
for doors of this type and class, and have been tested and meet the
requirements for the class indicated.
2.3.2
Sound Rated Doors
Provide sound rated doors at locations shown on the drawings. Door
assemblies shall consist of door, hardware, frame, threshold, and
adjustable gaskets. The assembly shall have a Sound Transmission Class
(STC) rating [of] [_____] [as shown on the drawings] when tested in
accordance with ASTM E90. [Manufacturer's descriptive data, and
certificate or test report showing compliance with the specified
requirements shall be submitted.] [Perform a field test on the door
assembly to determine if the STC is within 2 points of the equivalent
laboratory tested product. If the test reveals a less than acceptable STC,
replace the door assembly and test the new assembly to provide an
acceptable rating.]
2.3.3
Door and Frame Fabrication
Exercise special care during welding to prevent warping. Design of
stiffeners and attachment method of interior armor plates shall be such
that heat-affected areas, which result from welding, do not allow a
potential ballistic leak in product construction. The subsurfaces shall be
flat, parallel, and plumb after fabrication. Construct doors and frames of
[bullet-resistant steel] [or] [hollow metal with internal armoring] and the
completed assembly shall meet the specified regulatory requirements. Doors
shall be reinforced [and fully insulated] in accordance with manufacturer's
design. Steel door frames shall be mitered or coped and welded at the
corners with all welds ground smooth. Corner assemblies shall be designed
to eliminate ballistic penetrable seams. Where structural channel frames
are used, stops shall be made of 38 mm 1-1/2 inch by 16 mm 5/8 inch bars
welded or top screwed to the frame at not more than [150] [300] mm [6] [12]
inch centers. Screws shall be countersunk. Stops shall be so placed that
full contact with the frame will be assured. Any necessary reinforcements
shall be made and the frames shall be drilled and tapped as required for
the hardware. Frame channels shall be mitered or coped and welded at
corners with full penetration groove welds. Exposed welds shall be dressed
smooth.
2.3.4
Sidelight Frames
Construct sidelight frames using door frame sections as shown on the
drawings. Stop height and rabbet depth shall be as required to accommodate
the bullet-resistant glazing material specified. Exterior (attack side)
glazing stops shall be welded or integral to the frame. Interior
(protected side) glazing stops shall be removable stops attached with
high-strength alloy steel machine screws with tamper-resistant heads.
2.3.5
Preparation for Hardware
Prepare doors and frames for hardware in conformance with Section 08 71 00
DOOR HARDWARE, and NAAMM HMMA 830. Drilling and tapping of frames for
surface applied hardware shall be performed in the field.
2.3.6
Hardware
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NOTE: The hardware options listed below apply only
to those bullet resistant door assemblies for which
extra-heavy-duty standard commercial hardware is
suitable. This includes the following types of
doors:
(1) Single and pairs of swinging personnel doors,
up to 1.2 m 4 feet - 0 inches by 2.44 m 8 feet - 0
inches per leaf.
(2) Bullet-resistant threat levels up to maximum
listed in paragraph COMPONENT TEST REQUIREMENTS.
(3) Bullet-resistant only or combined bullet and
fire resistive, manual or powered opening.
For the following assemblies, custom or specially
designed hardware should be specified (with
manufacturer's guidance):
(1) Oversized single and pairs of swinging doors,
such as those for vehicle entry.
(2)
Sliding doors of all types.
(3)
Folding doors of all types.
(4)
Upward moving doors of all types.
(5) Bullet-resistant threat levels above the
maximum listed in paragraph COMPONENT TEST
REQUIREMENTS.
(6) Bullet-resistant doors of any type with
additional forced entry blast, missile or pressure
resistive requirements.
For sound rated doors rated for STC 52 or more with
cypher lock requirements, designers should specify
electronic cypher locks rather than mechanical locks.
Where balanced magnetic switches (BMS) are required
on door/frames, specify shop drilled hardware
preparation and installation of magnets.
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Hardware for bullet-resistant door assembly shall be provided by the door
assembly manufacturer to ensure a complete bullet resistant assembly.
Where test standard requires hardware to be tested with the door assembly,
hardware shall be included in the labeling and/or test certification.
Keying shall be as specified in Section 08 71 00 DOOR HARDWARE.
2.3.6.1
Mortise Locks and Latchsets
Mortise lock and latchsets shall be series 1000, operational Grade 1,
Security Grade 1 or 1A, functions as indicated in the Hardware Schedule,
and shall conform to ANSI/BHMA A156.13. Strikes for all mortise locks and
latches, including deadlocks, shall conform to ANSI/BHMA A156.115 except
strikes for security doors shall be rectangular, without lip. Mortise-type
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TABLE I - TABLE OF RELATIVE BALLISTIC STANDARDS
VELOCITY
STANDARD
BULLET
(FT/SEC)/
THREAT
WEIGHT
NO. SHOTS
LEVEL
CALIBER
WEAPON
& TYPE
RESISTED
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Specified
Locations
or
.30-'06
Rifle
165 gr.
M2 AP
2800-2900/
3.6 @
Shotgun
No. 4
Buckshot
1275-1375/
3.6 @
Specified
Locations
and
12 gauge
Specified
Locations
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SD Rifle
(AP)
.30-'06
(Optional)
Rifle
165 gr.
M2 AP
2750-2850/
1 each @
Specified
Locations
12 gauge
2-3/4 in.
(Optional)
Shotgun
No. 4 shot 1275-1375/
(00 Buckshot) 1 each @
Specified
Locations
_______________________________________________________________________________
NFESC
SAMIT
(AP)
Machine gun
150 gr.
2800/
Light
M61 AP
25 Shots
25-1/2 in.
Barrel
M60E3 (US)
_______________________________________________________________________________
NIJTYPE IV
7.62x51 mm.
NATO
.30-'06
Rifle
166 gr.
2750-2850/
22 in.
1 Shot
Barrel
_______________________________________________________________________________
ABBREVIATIONS:
AP - Armor Piercing
LRN - Lead Round Nose Bullet
FMJ - Full Metal Jacketed
MPSA - Medium Power Small Arms
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HPR - High Power Rifle
HPSA - High Power Small Arms
SPSA - Super Power Small Arms
JSP - Jacketed Soft Point
US - United States
LRHV - Long Rifle High Velocity
BALLISTIC TESTING STANDARDS:
ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials;
ASTM F1233, "Security Glazing Materials and
Systems," 1989.
NFESC-SAMIT - Naval Facilities Engineering and
Expeditionary Warfare Center (NAVFAC EXWC),
Department of the Navy; NAVFAC EXWC CR 80.025
"Testing and Evaluation of Attack Resistance and
Hardening Retrofits of Marine Barrack Construction
Types to Small Arms Multiple Impact Threat (SAMIT)
1980.
NIJ - National Institute of Justice; NIJ Standard
0108.01, "Ballistic Resistant Protective Materials,"
1985.
SD - Department of State; SD Std-01.01 Rev F,
"Certification Standard Forced Entry and Ballistic
Resistance of Structural Systems Test Procedures,"
1992.
UL - American National Standards
Institute/Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.; ANSI/UL
752, "Standard for Bullet-Resisting Equipment," 1995.
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Provide Bullet-resistant components at locations shown on the drawings.
Bullet-resistant components [where indicated] [_____] shall be in
accordance with [[NIJ Type I] [NIJ Type IIA] [NIJ Type II] [NIJ Type IIIA]
of NIJ Std 0108.01.] [[UL MPSA] [UL HPSA] [UL SPSA] [UL HPR] of UL 752.]
[[ASTM Submachine Gun] [ASTM Handgun (.44 Magnum)] [ASTM Handgun (.38
Super)] [ASTM Rifle (.44 Magnum)] [ASTM Rifle (AP)] of ASTM F1233.] [[HPW
Minimum Standard] [HPW Rifle Standard] [HPW Rifle AP Standard].] [[SD
Submachine Gun (S)] [SD Military Rifle (R)] [SD Rifle (AP)] of SD Std-01.01.]
[the test requirement of [NFESC SAMIT] [NFESC SAMIT (AP)] of
NAVFAC EXWC CR 80.025.]
1.5
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
Deliver components to the job site with the brand, name, and model number
clearly marked thereon. All components shall be delivered, stored and
handled so as not to be damaged or deformed, and in accordance with
ASTM D3951. Doors, windows, and louvers shall be handled carefully to
prevent damage to the faces, edges, corners, ends, and glazing. Abraded,
scarred, or rusty areas shall be cleaned, repaired, or replaced immediately
upon detection. Replace damaged components that cannot be restored to
like-new condition. Components and equipment shall be stored in a dry
location on platforms or pallets that are ventilated adequately, free of
dust, water, and other contaminants, and stored in a manner which permits
easy access for inspection and handling.
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1.6
SCHEDULING
Glazing of bullet-resistant windows, except factory-glazed units, shall
occur only after all concrete, masonry, ceiling, electrical, mechanical,
plumbing and adjacent finish work has been completed to avoid damage to the
glazing material. Cover factory-glazed windows to protect them from damage
during adjacent finish work.
1.7
WARRANTY
Manufacturer's warranty for [_____] [5] years shall be furnished for
glazing materials. Warranty shall provide for replacement and installation
of glazing if delamination, discoloration, or cracking, or crazing occurs.
PART 2
2.1
PRODUCTS
MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS
Provide materials and components which are the standard products of a
manufacturer regularly engaged in the manufacture of such products, unless
otherwise indicated and detailed on the drawings, and that essentially
duplicate items that have been in satisfactory use for at least two years
prior to bid opening. Components shall be supported by a service
organization that is, in the opinion of the Contracting Officer, reasonably
convenient to the site, or by the manufacturer. Where components are
detailed on the drawings and do not conform to a manufacturer's standard
product, components shall be constructed of manufacturer's standard
materials which conform to the specified ballistic standard or test.
Bullet-resistant component assemblies shall be of size and type indicated
and shall be provided at locations shown. All items included for exterior
installation shall be designed to resist water penetration or entrapment.
2.2
ELECTRICAL WIRING
Provide electrical wiring and conduit as specified in Section 26 20 00
INTERIOR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM.
2.3
BULLET-RESISTANT STEEL PERSONNEL DOORS
Door/frame assemblies shall be factory fabricated units, designed to be
bullet resistant to the specified threat level, and shall conform to
applicable requirements of NAAMM HMMA 810, NAAMM HMMA 820, NAAMM HMMA 862,
this section, and requirements indicated on drawings. Frames shall be
furnished by the door fabricator. Door silencers shall be provided to
cushion the impact of the door on the frame so that steel to steel contact
is not made during closing. Exterior doors shall be completely
weatherstripped, weatherproof, and fully insulated. Exterior doors shall
close at flush top and bottom edges. Tops of doors shall be sealed against
water penetration.
2.3.1
Fire Rated Doors
Provide fire rated doors at locations shown on the drawings. Door
assemblies shall bear the identifying label of the Underwriters
Laboratories, or a nationally recognized testing agency qualified to
perform certificate programs, indicating that the units conform to the
requirements for Special Purpose Type Fire Doors in accordance with NFPA 80.
Construct fire rated doors in accordance with NAAMM HMMA 850. Certificate
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may be furnished in lieu of label. For oversized fire doors, certificate
shall state that doors are manufactured in compliance with the requirements
for doors of this type and class, and have been tested and meet the
requirements for the class indicated.
2.3.2
Sound Rated Doors
Provide sound rated doors at locations shown on the drawings. Door
assemblies shall consist of door, hardware, frame, threshold, and
adjustable gaskets. The assembly shall have a Sound Transmission Class
(STC) rating [of] [_____] [as shown on the drawings] when tested in
accordance with ASTM E90. [Manufacturer's descriptive data, and
certificate or test report showing compliance with the specified
requirements shall be submitted.] [Perform a field test on the door
assembly to determine if the STC is within 2 points of the equivalent
laboratory tested product. If the test reveals a less than acceptable STC,
replace the door assembly and test the new assembly to provide an
acceptable rating.]
2.3.3
Door and Frame Fabrication
Exercise special care during welding to prevent warping. Design of
stiffeners and attachment method of interior armor plates shall be such
that heat-affected areas, which result from welding, do not allow a
potential ballistic leak in product construction. The subsurfaces shall be
flat, parallel, and plumb after fabrication. Construct doors and frames of
[bullet-resistant steel] [or] [hollow metal with internal armoring] and the
completed assembly shall meet the specified regulatory requirements. Doors
shall be reinforced [and fully insulated] in accordance with manufacturer's
design. Steel door frames shall be mitered or coped and welded at the
corners with all welds ground smooth. Corner assemblies shall be designed
to eliminate ballistic penetrable seams. Where structural channel frames
are used, stops shall be made of 38 mm 1-1/2 inch by 16 mm 5/8 inch bars
welded or top screwed to the frame at not more than [150] [300] mm [6] [12]
inch centers. Screws shall be countersunk. Stops shall be so placed that
full contact with the frame will be assured. Any necessary reinforcements
shall be made and the frames shall be drilled and tapped as required for
the hardware. Frame channels shall be mitered or coped and welded at
corners with full penetration groove welds. Exposed welds shall be dressed
smooth.
2.3.4
Sidelight Frames
Construct sidelight frames using door frame sections as shown on the
drawings. Stop height and rabbet depth shall be as required to accommodate
the bullet-resistant glazing material specified. Exterior (attack side)
glazing stops shall be welded or integral to the frame. Interior
(protected side) glazing stops shall be removable stops attached with
high-strength alloy steel machine screws with tamper-resistant heads.
2.3.5
Preparation for Hardware
Prepare doors and frames for hardware in conformance with Section 08 71 00
DOOR HARDWARE, and NAAMM HMMA 830. Drilling and tapping of frames for
surface applied hardware shall be performed in the field.
2.3.6
Hardware
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NOTE: The hardware options listed below apply only
to those bullet resistant door assemblies for which
extra-heavy-duty standard commercial hardware is
suitable. This includes the following types of
doors:
(1) Single and pairs of swinging personnel doors,
up to 1.2 m 4 feet - 0 inches by 2.44 m 8 feet - 0
inches per leaf.
(2) Bullet-resistant threat levels up to maximum
listed in paragraph COMPONENT TEST REQUIREMENTS.
(3) Bullet-resistant only or combined bullet and
fire resistive, manual or powered opening.
For the following assemblies, custom or specially
designed hardware should be specified (with
manufacturer's guidance):
(1) Oversized single and pairs of swinging doors,
such as those for vehicle entry.
(2)
Sliding doors of all types.
(3)
Folding doors of all types.
(4)
Upward moving doors of all types.
(5) Bullet-resistant threat levels above the
maximum listed in paragraph COMPONENT TEST
REQUIREMENTS.
(6) Bullet-resistant doors of any type with
additional forced entry blast, missile or pressure
resistive requirements.
For sound rated doors rated for STC 52 or more with
cypher lock requirements, designers should specify
electronic cypher locks rather than mechanical locks.
Where balanced magnetic switches (BMS) are required
on door/frames, specify shop drilled hardware
preparation and installation of magnets.
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Hardware for bullet-resistant door assembly shall be provided by the door
assembly manufacturer to ensure a complete bullet resistant assembly.
Where test standard requires hardware to be tested with the door assembly,
hardware shall be included in the labeling and/or test certification.
Keying shall be as specified in Section 08 71 00 DOOR HARDWARE.
2.3.6.1
Mortise Locks and Latchsets
Mortise lock and latchsets shall be series 1000, operational Grade 1,
Security Grade 1 or 1A, functions as indicated in the Hardware Schedule,
and shall conform to ANSI/BHMA A156.13. Strikes for all mortise locks and
latches, including deadlocks, shall conform to ANSI/BHMA A156.115 except
strikes for security doors shall be rectangular, without lip. Mortise-type
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locks and latches for doors 44 mm 1-3/4 inches thick and over shall have
adjustable bevel fronts or otherwise conform to the shape of the door.
Mortise locks shall have armored fronts. Mortise locks and latches shall
have full escutcheon, thru-bolted, extruded stainless steel trim.
2.3.6.2
Hinges
All 2.1 m 7 feet - 0 inch high doors shall be equipped with a minimum of
three Grade 1 hinges in accordance with ANSI/BHMA A156.1, minimum size 125
mm 5 inches high, heavy, double or triple weight as required for weight of
door, or a single, continuous extra-heavy-duty piano-type hinge sized to
carry the weight of the door without sagging. For each additional 300 mm
12 inches of door height beyond 2.1 m 7 feet - 0 inch, provide minimum of
one more hinge shall be provided. Doors greater than 2.1 m 7 feet - 0
inches shall be equipped with a minimum of four hinges. Hinges shall be
full mortise, half mortise, full surface or half surface design as
recommended by manufacturer for frame and door design, and shall be
tamperproof or mounted on the inside face of the door. Provide hinge
manufacturer's certification that the hinge supplied meets all applicable
test requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.1, type, number of hinges specified,
and that the hinge is suitable for the size and weight of the door assembly
on which it will be utilized. If continuous piano-type hinges are provided
with door, furnish independent laboratory reports covering both the door
weight capacity and a 2,500,000-cycle testing to match ANSI/BHMA A156.1
Grade 1 requirements. Interior door hinges shall be furnished in steel,
prime coated. Exterior door hinges shall be nonferrous metal or stainless
steel.
2.3.6.3
Electric Strikes
Provide electric strikes conforming to ANSI/BHMA A156.5, Grade 1.
strike boxes with dead bolt and latch strikes for Grade 1.
2.3.6.4
Furnish
Door Closers
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NOTE: Due to the excessive weight of
bullet-resistant doors, they will present a safety
hazard if allowed to close unchecked. Coordinate
with manufacturers to ensure selection of proper
size and types of closers.
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Closers shall be extra heavy duty of size and type recommended by
manufacturer, and shall be Grade 1 in accordance with ANSI/BHMA A156.4.
Door closer finish shall be [600] [689] [690] [691] [692] in accordance
with ANSI/BHMA A156.18.
2.3.6.5
Door Stops and Holders
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NOTE: Due to the excessive weight of
bullet-resistant doors, they will present a safety
hazard if allowed to have an uncontrolled opening
cycle, particularly exterior out-swinging doors
subject to wind pressure. Coordinate with
manufacturers to ensure selection of proper size and
type of stops and holders. If hold-open feature is
not required or permitted (fire doors) specify equal
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grade stop without hold-open feature.
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Door stops [and holders] shall be extra heavy duty, [Type C08511 in
accordance with ANSI/BHMA A156.8] [[Type L11251] [and] [Type L11271] in
accordance with ANSI/BHMA A156.16] [_____].
2.3.7
Frame Anchors
Provide jamb anchors with door/frame assembly conforming to manufacturer's
recommendations to ensure complete bullet-resistant assemblies. Make
provisions to stiffen the top member of all spans over 900 mm 3 feet. The
bottom of the frames shall extend below the finish floorline and shall be
secured to the floor slab by means of angle clips and expansion bolts.
Floor clips are not required for installation in pre-built or existing
openings.
2.3.8
Weatherstripping
Provide head and jambs with compression-type neoprene bulb or closed-cell
neoprene adjustable-type weatherstripping. Door stops shall be
weatherstripped with a surface-mounted sponge neoprene strip in bronze
housing not less than 1.78 mm 0.070 inch thick installed to make contact
with the door. Install weatherstripping in conformance with the
manufacturer's directions after completion of finish painting.
2.3.9
Louvers for Doors
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NOTE: Due to louver thickness and heavy weight,
designers should avoid louvers in doors. If used,
place louvers in inactive leaf of door pair where
possible.
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Where indicated, provide doors with full louvers or louver section.
Louvers shall be certified resistant to the same ballistic threat level as
the rest of the door assembly. Louvers shall be sightproof type inserted
into the door. Pierced louvers shall not be used. Inserted louvers shall
be stationary and shall be nonremovable from the outside of exterior doors
or the threat side of interior doors. [Insect screens shall be removable
type with 18 by 16 mesh aluminum or bronze cloth.] [Where required by test
standard, louvers shall be provided with a spall-resistant screen of fine
stainless steel mesh.] The free area of the total square meters feet of
the louver shall be [17 percent for channel style louvers] [39 percent for
chevron style louvers (inverted angles at 25 mm 1 inch on center)] [[_____]
percent]. Louver submitted shall have been tested in accordance with
AMCA 500-Dairflow test, minimum airflow shall be [[_____] percent for
channel style] [[_____] percent for chevron style] [[_____] percent].
Submit airflow calculations and test data showing compliance.
2.4
BULLET-RESISTANT LOUVERS
Fabricate louvers and frames from steel shapes to the opening dimensions
indicated. Provide factory fabricated louver units designed to be
bullet-resistant to the specified test standard in paragraph COMPONENT TEST
REQUIREMENTS. Submit manufacturer's descriptive data, certificate, and
test report showing compliance with the specified forced entry standard.
The free area of the total square meters feet of the louver shall be [17
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percent for channel style louvers] [39 percent for chevron style louvers
(inverted angles at 25 mm 1 inch on center)] [[_____] percent]. Louver
submitted shall have been tested in accordance with AMCA 500-D airflow
test. Minimum airflow shall be [[_____] percent for channel style]
[[_____] percent for chevron style] [[_____] percent]. Submit airflow
calculations and test data showing compliance.
2.5
BULLET-RESISTANT STEEL BIFOLD DOORS, FRAMES, AND HARDWARE
Provide bifold doors consisting of two leaves per door, four per opening,
as indicated on the drawings. Hardware shall allow easy manual movement of
doors. Doors and hardware shall be either entirely jamb-supported or
jamb-supported with floor rollers to reduce bearing load on hinges. Steel
hinges shall be of ample length to prevent sagging, and shall be
through-bolted in accordance with manufacturer's instructions. Operators
and all installation hardware shall be the product of a manufacturer which
specifically designs and produces hardware for heavy-duty industrial-type
doors. Door surfaces shall be factory primed for painting and reinforced
and prepared for hardware installation. [Bifold doors shall be manually
securable from the protected side through actuation of surface-mounted cane
bolt or similar device as recommended by manufacturer.] Maximum clearance
at bottom of doors shall be 25 mm 1 inch. Exterior doors shall be provided
with weather seals at jambs, head, and sill.
2.5.1
Testing
Subject bullet-resistant bifold door to testing by manufacturer to
demonstrate appropriate design, strength, and application and operation of
all hardware, both manual and electric. Perform door tests to replicate
actual installation to the maximum extent possible. Coordinate
arrangements with Contracting Officer as to time and location of tests.
Tests shall be witnessed and results subjected to approval by
representatives of the Contracting Officer prior to delivery of the doors
to the job site.
2.5.2
Bifold Doors
Furnish bullet-resistant bifold doors complete with [pneumatic operators]
[electric operators] [and other] accessories specified. Design the
operator so that the motor may be removed without affecting emergency
auxiliary operators. [Provide a manual operator of crank-gear or
chain-gear mechanism to allow manual operation in case of power failure.
Provide a device for locking the chain or crank.] Submit a copy of the
instructions proposed to be framed and posted.
2.5.3
Power Operators
Power operators shall be [pneumatic] [electric] type conforming to NFPA 80
and the requirements specified herein. Provide readily adjustable limit
switches to automatically stop the door in its full open or closed
position. [All operating devices shall be suitable for the hazardous
Class, Division, and Group shown, as defined in NFPA 70.]
2.5.3.1
Pneumatic Operators
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NOTE: Designer will coordinate with the drawings to
ensure compressed air is available at door locations.
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Provide pneumatic operators, heavy-duty industrial type designed to operate
the door at not less than 0.2 nor more than 0.3 m/second 8 inches nor more
than one foot/second with air pressure of [_____] kPa psi. Provide
pressure regulator if operator is not compatible with previously specified
air pressure. Provide dryer, filter, filter alarm, pneumatic piping up to
connection with building compressed air, but not more than 6 m 20 feet from
door jambs. Operators shall have provision for immediate emergency manual
operation of the door in case of failure. The operator shall open, close,
start, and stop the door smoothly. Control shall be [electric, conforming
to NEMA ICS 2 and NEMA ICS 6; enclosures shall be Type 12 (industrial use),
Type 7 or 9 in hazardous locations, or as otherwise indicated] [pneumatic]
with [push button wall switches] [ceiling pull switches] [rollover floor
treadle] as indicated.
2.5.3.2
Electric Operators
Provide electric operators, heavy-duty industrial type designed to operate
the door at not less than 0.2 nor more than 0.3 m/second 8 inches nor more
than 1 foot/second. Electrical controls shall be [push button wall
switches] [ceiling pull switches] [rollover floor treadle] as indicated.
Provide electric power operators complete with electric motor, brackets,
controls, limit switches, magnetic reversing starter, and all other
accessories necessary. Design the operator so that the motor may be
removed without disturbing the limit-switch timing and without affecting
the emergency operator. Provide the power operator with a slipping clutch
coupling to prevent stalling of the motor. Operators shall have provisions
for immediate emergency manual operation of the door in case of electrical
failure. Where control voltages differ from motor voltage, provide a
control voltage transformer in and as part of the starter. Control voltage
shall be 120 volts or less.
a.
Motors: Drive motors shall conform to NEMA MG 1, with high-starting
torque, reversible type, and of sufficient horsepower and torque output
to move the door in either direction from any position at the required
speed without exceeding the rated capacity. Provide motors suitable
for operation on [_____] volts, [60] [_____] hertz, [single] [three]
phase, and suitable for across-the-line starting. Design all motors to
operate at full capacity over a supply voltage variation of plus or
minus 10 percent of the motor voltage rating.
b.
Controls: Each door motor shall have an enclosed reversing
across-the-line type magnetic starter having thermal overload
protection, limit switches, remote control switches and conforming to
NEMA ICS 2; enclosures shall be NEMA ICS 6, Type 12 (industrial use),
Type 7 or 9 in hazardous locations, or as otherwise indicated. Each
wall control station shall be of the three-button type, with the
controls marked and color coded: OPEN - white; CLOSE - green; and STOP
- red. When the door is in motion and the "STOP" control is pressed,
the door shall stop instantly and remain in the stop position; from the
stop position, the door shall be operable in either direction by the
"OPEN" or "CLOSE" controls. Controls shall be of the full-guarded type
to prevent accidental operation.
2.5.4
Safety Device
The leading edge of doors shall have a safety device that will immediately
reverse the door movement upon contact with an obstruction and cause the
door to return to its full open position. The safety device shall not
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USACE / NAVFAC / AFCEC / NASA
UFGS-08 34 02 (August 2009)
--------------------------Preparing Activity: USACE
Superseding
UFGS-08 34 02 (April 2006)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
References are in agreement with UMRL dated January 2016
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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 08 - OPENINGS
SECTION 08 34 02
BULLET-RESISTANT COMPONENTS
08/09
PART 1
GENERAL
1.1
REFERENCES
1.2
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1.2.1
Design Requirements
1.2.2
Performance Requirements
1.2.3
Submittal Requirement Details
1.3
SUBMITTALS
1.4
QUALITY ASSURANCE
1.5
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
1.6
SCHEDULING
1.7
WARRANTY
PART 2
PRODUCTS
2.1
MATERIALS AND COMPONENTS
2.2
ELECTRICAL WIRING
2.3
BULLET-RESISTANT STEEL PERSONNEL DOORS
2.3.1
Fire Rated Doors
2.3.2
Sound Rated Doors
2.3.3
Door and Frame Fabrication
2.3.4
Sidelight Frames
2.3.5
Preparation for Hardware
2.3.6
Hardware
2.3.6.1
Mortise Locks and Latchsets
2.3.6.2
Hinges
2.3.6.3
Electric Strikes
2.3.6.4
Door Closers
2.3.6.5
Door Stops and Holders
2.3.7
Frame Anchors
2.3.8
Weatherstripping
2.3.9
Louvers for Doors
2.4
BULLET-RESISTANT LOUVERS
2.5
BULLET-RESISTANT STEEL BIFOLD DOORS, FRAMES, AND HARDWARE
2.5.1
Testing
2.5.2
Bifold Doors
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and in stretching operations with improved moisture absorption resistance
conforming to ASTM D4802. Test acrylic materials in accordance with the
applicable sections of the following testing procedures: ASTM D256,
ASTM D5420, ASTM D542, ASTM D570, ASTM D635, ASTM D648, ASTM D638, ASTM D696,
ASTM D792, ASTM D1003, ASTM E831, ASTM F791, and ASTM G155. Plastic
glazing sheets shall be clear and smooth on both sides.
2.6.1.3
Polycarbonate Plastic Sheets
Bullet-resistant laminated polycarbonate sheets, ultraviolet stabilized,
[flame resistant] [high abrasion resistant] sheets shall conform to
ASTM D3595. Test polycarbonate materials in accordance with the applicable
sections of the following testing procedures: ASTM D256, ASTM D5420,
ASTM D648, ASTM D792, ASTM F735, ASTM D1003, ASTM D635, ASTM D638,
ASTM D1044, ASTM D882, ASTM D1922, ASTM D570, ASTM F520, ASTM E169,
ASTM E204, ASTM G155, and ASTM F791. Polyvinyl butyral shall not be used
in contact with polycarbonate because its plasticizer may craze
polycarbonate.
2.6.1.4
Glass/Plastic Laminate Glazing
Bullet-resistant glass/plastic laminated glazing materials shall be
glass/plastic laminated construction or glass-clad plastic "sandwich"
construction conforming to applicable sections of ASTM C1172.
Polycarbonate shall be ultraviolet stabilized.
2.6.1.5
Glass/Plastic Air-Gap Glazing
Bullet-resistant glass/plastic air-gap glazing shall consist of an assembly
in which glass forms the exterior [and interior (protected side)] layer,
separated by an air space from the laminated plastic plies. Exterior glass
plies shall be [annealed float glass conforming to Type I, quality q3 Class
1, in accordance with ASTM C1036] [or] [heat-strengthened or fully heat
tempered, float glass, Condition A, Type I, q3 Class 1, in accordance with
ASTM C1036] [or] [heat-strengthened or fully heat tempered, float glass,
Condition A, Type I, q3 class 1, in accordance with ASTM C1048]. [Interior
(protected side) glass plies shall be [annealed float glass conforming to
Type I, quality q3 Class 1, in accordance with ASTM C1036] [or]
[heat-strengthened or fully heat tempered, float glass, Condition A, Type
I, q3 Class 1, in accordance with ASTM C1048].] [Where annealed glass is
used on the protected side of the window, a sheet of 0.102 mm 4 mil thick
clear mylar fragment retention film shall be applied to the interior
surface in accordance with film manufacturer's instructions. Film that
wraps around the edges of the glass shall be applied prior to glazing the
window.] Plastic plies shall consist of laminated ultraviolet stabilized
polycarbonate sheets, conforming to paragraph Polycarbonate Plastic Sheets
and/or acrylic sheets for use "as cast" and in stretching operations with
improved moisture absorption resistance conforming to applicable
requirements of paragraph Polycarbonate Plastic Sheets.
2.6.2
Adhesive Interlayer Materials
Adhesive interlayer materials for bonding laminates (glass-glass,
glass-plastic, or plastic-plastic bonds) shall be chemically compatible
with the surfaces being bonded. Interlayer materials may be polyvinyl
butyral, cast-in-place urethane, proprietary materials, sheet form urethane
and other materials. Polyvinyl butyral shall not be used to bond
polycarbonate. Adhesives shall be in accordance with ASTM D905 and
manufacturer's recommendations.
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2.6.3
Sealants
Sealants for glazings shall
materials they contact with
or to the adhesives used in
with glazing manufacturer's
2.6.4
be chemically compatible with the glazing
no deleterious effects to the glazing materials
laminates. Sealants shall be in accordance
recommendations and GANA Glazing Manual.
Deal Trays
Deal tray shall provide nominal 325 mm 12-3/4 inch wide by 40 mm 1-5/8 inch
high opening in sill of window frame [and shall include a 165 mm 6-1/2 inch
steel writing ledge on exterior side of window]. Provide deal tray welded
subassembly of window assembly conforming to specified requirements for
entire window assembly. Opening configuration of deal tray shall prevent
ballistic penetration or spall from the threat weapon, and shall resist
lead spray from a shotgun blast. Tray opening shall prevent insertion of
the muzzle of a firearm.
2.7
BULLET-RESISTANT SPEAKING APERTURES
Fabricate speaking apertures to allow passage of voice at normal speaking
volume without distortion, to resist the specified threat level for
[outdoor] [indoor] use, and designed to prevent direct aim by the insertion
of the muzzle of any firearm. Finish shall match [window] [door]
construction in which aperture is installed.
2.8
BULLET-RESISTANT GUNPORTS
Gunport shall operate only from the protected side of the barrier, with a
protected side shutter that closes automatically and is lockable from the
protected side. Fabricate gunport from bullet resistant steel shapes and
the entire assembly shall meet or exceed the specified regulatory
requirements. Size gunport for operation using submachine guns and
rifles. [Provide assembly with a weather resistant opening.] Shutter
shall be hinged or pivoted and shall not obstruct operation when in open
position. Attachment to wall assembly shall be in accordance with
manufacturer's recommendations. All aspects of gunport assembly, including
hardware and method of anchorage to wall, shall be included in labeling or
test certification. Finish shall be [primed for painting] [satin stainless
steel]. Gunport shall not be operable from exposed side.
2.9
BULLET-RESISTANT PASS-THROUGH DRAWER
Fabricate pass-through drawer from bullet-resistant steel shapes; the
entire assembly shall meet or exceed the specified regulatory
requirements. Pass-through drawer shall be of size indicated on the
drawings and designed to prohibit forcible entry or direct aim by the
insertion of the muzzle of a firearm from exterior side when drawer is in
the open position. [Assembly shall provide a weather resistant opening.]
Attachment to wall assembly shall be in accordance with manufacturer's
recommendations. All aspects of the assembly, including hardware and
method of anchorage to wall, shall be included in the labeling or test
certification. Finish shall be [primed for painting] [satin stainless
steel].
2.10
BULLET-RESISTANT PREFABRICATED MODULAR ENCLOSURE
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NOTE: Prefabricated enclosures, as specified
herein, are intended for use primarily as hardlines
on the interior of a facility, i.e.,
bullet-resistant partitions. Develop separate
specifications if bullet resistant guards houses,
control towers, etc., are required. Coordinate this
specification with other disciplines where
electrical work, plumbing, or HVAC are required.
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Provide enclosure consisting of prefabricated, bullet-resistant, modular
[insulated] wall [and] [ceiling] [and floor] panels with [doors,]
[windows,] [louvers,] [gunports,] [and] all necessary connecting posts,
hardware and accessories. Complete enclosure shall be of minimum
dimensions shown on the drawings. [Doors,] [windows,] [louvers,] [and]
[gunports] shall be in accordance with the requirements specified in those
respective paragraphs. Components shall be factory-welded assemblies. All
metal components shall be factory painted with rust inhibitive primer
unless indicated otherwise. All exposed welds shall be dressed smooth.
Workmanship shall be rigid, neat in appearance, and free from defects.
[Enclosure shall be designed to be relocatable by [crane] [forklift].]
2.11
ACCESSORIES
Provide all accessories for the installation or erection of above
components into the surrounding structure. Anchorage shall be as strong
and bullet-resistant as the components. Installation/erection shall be in
accordance with manufacturer's recommended instructions.
2.12
LABELING
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NOTE: Model numbers and rating labels advertise the
level of threat which the component is capable of
resisting. Require removable labels where
possible. Where this information cannot be
removable, specify that it must be on the protected
side or concealed from view by casual observers.
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Bullet-resistant equipment shall be plainly [and permanently] labeled in
accordance with regulatory requirements. Label shall be compatible with
plastic or coating, visible only on protected side, after installation,
including the following information:
a.
Manufacturer's name or identifying symbol
b.
[Model Number, Control Number, or equivalent]
c.
Date of manufacture by week, month or quarter and year. This may be
abbreviated or be in a traceable code such as the lot number.
d.
Correct mounting position including threat side and secure side (by
removable label on glazing material).
e.
Code indicating bullet-resistant rating and test standard used (by
removable label on glazing material).
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2.13
SHOP/FACTORY FINISHING
Furnish all ferrous metal components, except stainless steel, primed for
painting unless indicated otherwise. Finish painting shall be in
accordance with Section 09 90 00 PAINTS AND COATINGS, unless otherwise
indicated. When anodic coatings are specified, the coatings shall conform
to AAMA 611, with coating thickness not less than that specified for
protective and decorative type finish in AA DAF45. Items to be anodized
shall receive a polished satin finish pretreatment and a clear lacquer
overcoat. All factory or manufactured components shall be shop finished as
indicated.
2.13.1
Ferrous Metal
Surfaces of ferrous metal, except galvanized and stainless steel surfaces,
shall be cleaned and shop coated with the manufacturer's standard
protective coating other than a bituminous protective coating, compatible
with finish coats. Prior to shop painting, clean surfaces with solvents to
remove grease and oil, and with power wire-brushing or sandblasting to
remove loose rust, loose mill scale and other foreign substances. Surfaces
of items to be embedded in concrete shall not be shop painted.
2.13.2
Galvanizing
Items specified to be galvanized shall be hot-dip processed after
fabrication. Galvanizing shall be in accordance with ASTM A123/A123M or
ASTM A653/A653M as applicable.
2.13.3
Aluminum
Unless otherwise specified, aluminum items shall be standard mill finish.
For anodic coatings see paragraph SHOP/FACTORY FINISHING above.
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
EXAMINATION
Field verify dimensions of rough openings for components, and that surfaces
of openings are plumb, true, and provide required clearances. Protect
surrounding work prior to installation of bullet-resistant components.
Surrounding work which is damaged as a result of the installation of
bullet-resistant components shall be restored to like-new condition prior
to acceptance of the work described herein. Examine existing work to
ensure that it is ready for installation or erection of the components.
Components shall be checked and corrected for racking, twisting, and other
malformation prior to installation. Set frames true, plumb and aligned for
proper installation. Examine all surfaces and connections for damage prior
to installation.
3.2
FRAMED INSTRUCTIONS
Framed instructions, under glass or in plastic with all edges laminated,
including wiring and control diagrams showing the complete layout of each
bifold door unit, shall be posted where directed. Condensed operating
instructions explaining preventive maintenance procedures, methods of
checking for normal safe operation, and procedures for safely starting and
stopping shall be prepared in typed form, framed as specified above and
posted beside the diagrams. Post the framed instructions before acceptance
testing.
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3.3
INSTALLATION
The finished work shall be rigid, neat in appearance and free from
defects. Install equipment plumb, level, and secured rigidly in place.
Installation of doors and frames shall conform to NAAMM HMMA 840. Install
doors, frames, and hardware in strict compliance with approved printed
instructions and detail drawings provided by the manufacturer. The
Contractor is responsible for proper installing of the door assembly so
that operating clearances and bearing surfaces conform to manufacturer's
instructions. Install weatherstripping and thresholds at exterior door
openings to provide a weathertight installation. All other components
shall be installed in accordance with approved manufacturer's recommended
instructions. Test all operable parts of components for smooth,
trouble-free operation, in the presence of the Contracting Officer. Submit
Drawings containing complete wiring and schematic diagrams, where
appropriate, and any other details required to demonstrate that the system
has been coordinated and will properly function as a unit. Drawings shall
show proposed layout and anchorage of components and appurtenances, and
relationship to other parts of work including clearances for operation and
maintenance. Drawings shall be sufficient to show conformance to all
requirements, including fabrication details, sizes, thickness of materials,
anchorage, finishes, hardware location and installation.
3.4
FASTENERS
Fasteners exposed to view shall match in color and finish and shall
harmonize with the material to which fasteners are applied. Fasteners
shall be in accordance with Section 05 50 13 MISCELLANEOUS METAL
FABRICATIONS.
3.5
CORROSION PROTECTION - DISSIMILAR MATERIALS
Contact surfaces between dissimilar metals and aluminum surfaces in contact
with concrete, masonry, pressure-treated wood or absorptive materials
subject to wetting, shall be given a protective coating in accordance with
Section 09 90 00 PAINTS AND COATINGS.
3.6
ELECTRICAL WORK
Perform all electrical work in accordance with Section 26 20 00 INTERIOR
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. Flexible connections between doors and fixed supports
shall be made with extra flexible type SO cable, except in hazardous
locations where wiring shall conform to NFPA 70. The cable shall have a
spring-loaded automatic take up reel, or an equivalent and approved device.
3.7
ADJUSTING/CLEANING
Adjustments shall be made to doors and pass-thru drawers to assure smooth
operation. Units shall be weathertight when closed and locked. All
components shall be cleaned in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
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