Standard: NAAMM - HMMA 840

GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS FOR INSTALLATION AND STORAGE OF HOLLOW METAL DOORS AND FRAMES

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INTRODUCTION

This guide specification is intended to stress the necessary precautions and requirements for receipt, storage, handling and installation of hollow metal products, and the skills essential in the hanging of doors.

The proper performance of most products depends not only on how they are manufactured, but how they are installed. This is especially true of hollow metal doors and frames. The installation of doors and frames is an operation demanding care and skill, if the doors are to operate properly. Care in manufacturing does not, in itself, guarantee satisfactory performance. Even the best designed and most carefully constructed frames and doors, if incorrectly installed, will not function properly.

Hollow metal work is fabricated in accordance with the shop drawings, approved by the architect or engineer. Preparation for hardware or other items supplied by others is provided in accordance with the information furnished to the hollow metal manufacturer.

The hollow metal manufacturer is a material supplier, not a subcontractor. The manufacturer does not include the installation of their product in the building, but only shipment in good condition from the factory.

Should the General Contractor discover any error in the hollow metal delivered to the job site, it is imperative that the hollow metal manufacturer be notified in writing and allowed sufficient time before initiating any corrective measure in the field, so that the manufacturer can participate in solving the problem. Failure to do so could result in the cancellation of the warranty and/or fire label and non-acceptance of any cost associated with repair.

Most member companies of the Hollow Metal Manufacturer's Association Division of NAAMM have their own field representatives who are qualified not only to do expert repair work but to determine whether the fault lies with the manufacturer or with some other party.

It is essential that material is properly stored prior to installation and skills are exercised in the setting of frames and hanging of doors.

Organization: National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers
Document Number: hmma 840
Publish Date: 2007-01-01
Page Count: -2147483648
Available Languages: EN
DOD Adopted: NO
ANSI Approved: NO
Most Recent Revision: YES
Current Version: YES
Status: Active

Document History

Document # Change Type Update Date Revision Status
HMMA 840 Change Type: Update Date: 1999-01-01 Status: INAC

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UFGS-11035
COE CEGS 13970
COE CEGS 11035

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