Standard Test Methods for Resistance of Window Assemblies to Forced Entry Excluding Glazing
|Publication Date:||22 February 1985|
|ICS Code (Protection against crime):||13.310|
|ICS Code (Doors and windows):||91.060.50|
These test methods cover window assemblies of various materials and types of construction for use in wall openings to deter unwanted intruders.
For purposes of these test methods, window assemblies are classified as described below and as shown in FIg. 1.
Type A-One or more sash that open by sliding, either vertically or horizontally, and can be used in conjunction with one or more stationary sash or fixed pane(s) (lite).
Type B-One or more .sash that are hinged and open toward the exterior (out-swinging) and can be used in conjunction with one or more stationary sash or fixed pane(s) (lite).
Type C-One or more sash that are hinged and open toward the interior (inswinging) and can be used in conjunction with one or more stationary sash or fixed pane(s) (lite).
Type D-One or more sash that are pivoted so that part of the sash opens toward the interior and part of it opens toward the exterior.
Type E-A fixed pane (lite) or stationary sash that is designed not to open.
This standard may involve hazardous materials. operations. and equipment. This standard does not purport to address all of the safety problems associated with its use. It is the responsibility of whoever uses this standard to consult and establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.