self-closing door

self-closing door

A door for the control of fire or smoke, which closes by itself by the action of a spring which is held open by a fusible link that melts in a fire, causing the door to close. See also: Dutch door
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The city inspector says the water heater complies with code because the garage and laundry room are separated by a self-closing door. So we have a stalemate.
Self-closing door with frame window and keyed with safety latch.
Dorma is currently in the process of launching its latest innovation, Muto, a self-closing door system with integral locks that lets you save space and allows for the most convenient access at all times.
It opened it half way but it's a self-closing door."
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No self-closing door violations were issued during an inspection in August, though the city would not have examined every apartment, Creegan said.
Ensure there is a fire-resistant, self-closing door between the house and integral garage, and never prop it open.
They feature temperature uniformity with quick recovery, self-closing door with magnetic gaskets, and a drawer mid-stop that ensures proper closure to maintain airflow.
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