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NASA-08120S - ALUMINUM DOORS AND FRAMES Organization: NASA
Date: 2005-12-01
Description: This guide specification covers aluminum doors and frames intended for use principally as main entrance and vestibule doors, and for prominent interior doors from lobbies and similar spaces in buildings of public access where appearance is a major factor.
NAVY - UFGS-08120N - ALUMINUM DOORS AND FRAMES Organization: NAVY
Date: 1999-09-01
Description: This guide specification covers aluminum doors and frames intended for use principally as main entrance and vestibule doors, and for prominent interior doors from lobbies and similar spaces in buildings of public access where appearance is a major factor.
NAVY - UFGS-08 11 16 - ALUMINUM DOORS AND FRAMES Organization: NAVY
Date: 2008-08-01
Description: NOTE: This guide specification covers aluminum doors and frames intended for use principally as main entrance and vestibule doors, and for prominent interior doors from lobbies and similar spaces in buildings of public access where appearance is a major factor.
DIN 18650-2 - POWERED PEDESTRIAN DOORS - PART 2: SAFETY AT POWERED PEDESTRIAN DOORS Organization: DIN
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: This standard specifies requirements concerning the design, inspection/testing, marking and commissioning of complete powered pedestrian door installations. Powered pedestrian doors may be used at entrances, in interior locations, in escape routes and emergency exits, and as smoke control and fire resisting doors.
GSA - W-A-450/1 - COMPONENTS FOR INTERIOR ALARM SYSTEMS, BALANCED MAGNETIC SWITCHES Organization: GSA
Date: 1990-08-28
Description: The two major components of the BMS are: Switch Assembly (Alarm Switch and Housing) and Actuating Magnet Assembly (Actuating Magnets and Housing) The Balanced Magnetic switch is installed on any rigid, operable opening through which access may be gained to the protected room, building or enclosure. The operable opening, such as a door or window, by its construction, constitutes a physical barrier to unauthorized entry.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-32335 - TRICON REFRIGERATED CONTAINER SYSTEM (TRCS) Organization: NPFC
Date: 2010-07-14
Description: The RU will be located on the side opposite to the door. For type III, a single man door with self closing pull style door handle is required.
NFRC 200 - FLEXIBLE COUPLINGS - NOMENCLATURE FOR FLEXIBLE COUPLINGS Organization: NFRC
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: Products of all operator or unit types including (but not limited to) vertical sliding windows, horizontal sliding windows, casement windows, projecting windows, fixed windows, non-standard shaped windows, glazed wall systems, glazings for site built fenestration products, bay or bow windows, skylights, and vehicular (garage/rolling) access doors (with or without glazed areas); C. Single or multiple assemblies of exterior doors; D.
NAVY - MIL-HDBK-1013/1A - PHYSICAL SECURITY OF FACILITIES, DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR Organization: NAVY
Date: 1993-12-15
Description: Section 5 - Building Physical Security Against Forced and Covert Entry: This section begins with a description of the threat severity levels for forced and covert entry followed by an overview of the important elements required to achieve an effective integrated security system design including building layout, access control, interior intrusion detection system, and CCTV. Minimum prescribed DoD security construction requirements for vaults and strongrooms; sensitive compartmented information facilities; and arms, ammunition, and explosive (AA&E,) and nuclear weapons facilities are then provided, including related penetration delay times.

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