As a trusted resource for our prospects and clients, Iconic Materials provides product knowledge, installation experience, and code guidance to architects, owners, property managers, and general contractors around the United States. We can help determine your door, frame, door hardware, and security requirements for your projects and properties.
We utilize our national network of experts, including locksmiths, manufacturers' representatives, systems integrators, and specification writers, to solve any construction needs that our clients and prospects may be experiencing.
We have a solid partnership with multiple door and door hardware manufacturers across the United States, which allows us to help build out the correct system for our clients while providing the most effective products to keep projects on time and under budget.
Our industry experience and numerous resources assist our clients with Division 8, door/door hardware questions, Division 28 access control, and security concerns.
When it comes to value engineering, we are the best in the industry - sourcing the right people and products to meet your construction budget and time frame. We will do it all while maintaining the integrity of your access control, door, frame, and door hardware needs.
FIRE DOOR INSPECTION
Fire doors are an essential part of your buildings' overall fire protection and life safety plan. Now, you and your team have a guide to understanding how often fire doors need to be inspected and the 13 Fire Door Safety and Inspection Best Practices, so you can enjoy the security of knowing you're doing your best to keep people safe from fire.
Swinging Doors with Builders Hardware or Fire Door Hardware 13 point inspection
1. Labels are visible and legible.
2. No open holes or breaks exist on either the door or frame surfaces.
3. Glazing, vision light frames, and glazing beads are intact and securely fastened in place, if so equipped.
4. The door, frame, hinges, hardware, and noncombustible threshold are secured, aligned, and working order with no visible signs of damage.
5. No parts are missing or broken.
6. Door clearances do not exceed approvals listed in 4.8.4 and 126.96.36.199.
7. The self-closing device is operational(l; that is,) the active door completely closes when operated from the full open position.
8. If a coordinator is installed, the inactive leaf closes before the active leaf.
9. Latching hardware operates and secures the door when it is in the closed position.
10. Auxiliary hardware items, which interfere or prohibit operation, are not installed on the door and frame.
11. No field modifications to the door assembly have been performed that void the label.
12. Meeting edge protection, gaskets, and edge seals, where required, are inspected to verify their presence and integrity.
13. Signage affixed to a door meets the requirements listed in 4.1.4.
We operate under the guidance of Aloha and provide you with a reporting format that sets you up for success. Fire door assets will be labeled with a unique identifier that makes searching for specific assets simple with our app-based reporting tool. A digital report is also produced and emailed to all parties after your inspection is complete.
If the doors are not compliant, we offer services to make sure the door meets the safety standard
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