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ULC CAN-S134 - STANDARD METHOD OF FIRE TEST OF EXTERIOR WALL ASSEMBLIES - SECOND EDITION Organization: ULC
Date: 2013-08-01
Description:   The test determines the comparative burning characteristics of exterior wall assemblies by evaluating the following: A Fire spread over the exterior surface; B Heat flow from the fire plume to the exterior surface; and C Fire spread within the test specimen.
ULC CAN-S133 - STANDARD METHOD OF TESTS FOR DOOR CLOSERS INTENDED FOR USE WITH SWINGING DOORS - THIRD EDITION Organization: ULC
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: This Standard establishes requirements for door closers intended for use with swinging doors in fire separations and on exit doors. NOTE: Tests in this Standard are performed under laboratory conditions.
NPFC - MIL-PRF-24763 - ENAMEL, EMULSION TYPE, FOR SHIPBOARD USE Organization: NPFC
Date: 2009-08-27
Description: Some additional intended uses of the enamel meeting this specification are for machinery, refinishing trucks and buses, passenger and freight cars, metal drums, metal signs, metal railing and fences, marine use above water, metal trim (exterior), metal sidings, metal doors and bucks, metal structures (exterior), and properly primed wood (exterior).
SNZ NZS 4211 - SPECIFICATION FOR PERFORMANCE OF WINDOWS - INCORPORATING AMENDMENT 1: 28TH MAY 2014 Organization: SNZ
Date: 2008-11-27
Description: Purpose of this Standard This Standard is intended to provide a means of compliance for window and door designers, systems' suppliers, manufacturers, and specifiers with the requirements of clauses B1 Structure, and E2 External Moisture of the New Zealand Building Code, for the performance of windows and doors to be installed in exterior walls. This Standard provides a basis for testing and certifying the strength, rigidity, air infiltration, operation of opening sashes, and water penetration of window systems.
ICBO UBSC - UNIFORM BUILDING SECURITY CODE - FIRST PRINTING Organization: ICBO
Date: 1997-03-01
Description: Openings when the smaller dimension is 6 inches (152 mm) or less, provided that the closest edge of the opening is at least 36 inches (914 mm) from the locking device of the door or window assembly. 5. Openings protected by required fire door assemblies having a fire-endurance rating of not less than 45 minutes.
BSI - PREN 14732 - TIMBER STRUCTURES - PREFABRICATED WALL, FLOOR AND ROOF ELEMENTS - REQUIREMENTS Organization: BSI
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This European Standard applies to elements that may have openings, e. g. for windows, doors etc. It does not apply to the properties of incorporated doors or windows. Furthermore, it does not cover elements treated to enhance their fire performance.
ASHRAE 90138 - DAMPERS AND AIRFLOW CONTROL Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: The control of airflow in any commercial building is necessary for a variety of functions: • Temperature control • IAQ (ventilation) • Envelope pressure control (mold and infiltration control) • Elevator door operation • Exterior door operation •Exhaust Makeup air • Pressure cascade from one zone to another • Mitigation/control of chemical, biological, and radiological (CBR) release • Smoke containment using shaft and wall dampers • Smoke control using pressure differentials • Atria and large-space smoke extraction • Stairwell pressurization • Egress corridor smoke control • Zone smoke control Fans and dampers are the primary control devices for airflow management.

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