detention door

detention door

A heavy steel door containing fixed lights of laminated glass protected by bars and muntins of tool-resistant steel; used in prisons and mental hospitals.
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Parallel to the effort by HMMA, an ASTM task group on detention hollow metal was hard at work developing an ASTM test method for swinging detention door assemblies.
Published in 1992, the new ASTM detention door standard, ASTM F 1450-92, was well-received in the industry.
A full-size detention door and frame with detention hardware is installed in a reinforced masonry wall for this test.
NFPA 80 does not refer to the "food-pass opening mechanisms" commonly found in detention door assemblies (whether or not they are swinging or horizontally sliding).
Overhead slider-type locks had never been tested and listed for use in three-hour fire-rated detention door assemblies.
For a prison in Oman, Al Kuhaimi is delivering detention doors through contractor Roots Group.
Although as secure as most adult detention facilities incorporating detention doors and hardware, solid grouted masonry walls and surveillance cameras, the spaces were designed to ameliorate the harshness of the environment through the use of color, natural materials and softer surfaces.
The scope of work consists of detention doors, frames and hardware as well as security glazing, security mesh partitions, and detention furniture.
The West Coast regional office of the Norment Security Group has been awarded a contract to install the detention doors and pneumatic locking systems for the Southwest County Justice Center, Phase II.
Security detention doors and frames comprise approximately 70% of BRS' sales, which were about $7.
amp;uot;The acquisition of BRS Products as restructured through the Chapter 11 proceeding, will allow Atlantic to strategically diversify into the manufacturing of doors, with an emphasis on detention doors, as a complement to its distribution operations, &uot;commented Bernard Korn, Chief Executive Officer of Colonial Commercial Corp.
Trussbilt products, which have been installed in more than 2,000 prisons worldwide, include security and detention doors, wall and ceiling panel systems, hinge security doors, and bullet and burglar-resistant doors.