Fire Door Assemblies and Inspection

Fire door assemblies are a major part of protecting the safety of occupants in your building. When working on a project, the most important thing to keep in mind is life safety. Are you doing everything you can to provide a safe space in the case of a fire- and are you up to code? Fire door assemblies are required by NFPA 80 to be inspected after installation, after maintenance, and annually, to ensure that they are functioning properly. Warren Doors & Access Control has certified fire door inspectors to handle all your routine and immediate fire safety needs. Take a look below at all the items we clear when inspecting your fire door assemblies:

  1. Labels are present and legible
  2. No holes or breaks in door or frame
  3. Glazing and glass kit/glass beads are intact and securely fastened
  4. Door, frame, and hardware are in proper working order
  5. No missing or broken parts
  6. Door clearances are within allowable limits
  7. Door closer/spring hinges are operational and door is self-closing
  8. Coordinator ensures that door leaves close in proper sequence (Pairs only)
  9. Door is self-latching in the closed position
  10. Opening is not equipped with auxiliary hardware items which interfere with operation
  11. No field modifications have been performed that void the label
  12. Gasketing and edge seals, where required, are present, continuous, and of the proper type for a fire door
  13. Signage on door covers less than 5% of door face and is not attached with mechanical fasteners

To learn more about fire assemblies check out or the Allegion video here. You can also learn more about our fire door inspections using the link below.

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