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C.H.I. Overhead Doors Coiling Doors and Shutters
 
         
SECTION 08 33 00
 
         
COILING DOORS AND SHUTTERS
 
         
 
         
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          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** C.H.I. Overhead Doors; Coiling Doors and Shutters.
This section is based on the products of C.H.I. Overhead Doors, which is located at:
1485 Sunrise Drive.
Arthur, IL 61911.
Tel: (800) 590-0559.
Fax: (217) 543-4454.
Email: aia@chiohd.com
www.chiohd.com.
C.H.I. Overhead Doors is a prominent manufacturer of residential, commercial sectional and rolling steel overhead doors. C.H.I. integrates premium-quality materials with superior designs, workmanship and a strong focus on end user satisfaction. Dedicated to continuing the best customer service and dealer support in the industry, it becomes apparent why C.H.I. is referred to as "The Door To Quality."
 
          PART 1GENERAL
 
          1.1SECTION INCLUDES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
          A.Overhead coiling service doors; insulated, industrial duty. (Models 6182, 6202,6222, and 6242)
 
          B.Overhead coiling service doors; non-insulated, industrial duty. (Models 6180, 6181, 6200, 6201, 6220, 6221, 6244, and 6266)
 
          C.Overhead coiling service doors; non-insulated, medium duty. (Model 6241)
 
          D.Electric motor operation for overhead coiling service doors.
 
          E.Overhead coiling service doors; fire-rated, non-insulated. (Models 7300, 7301 7366, 7400, and 7401)
 
          F.Overhead coiling service doors; fire-rated, insulated. (Model 7302)
 
          G.Electric motor operation for overhead coiling service doors, fire rated.
 
          H.Overhead coiling counter shutters. (Models 6522, 6544, and 6566)
 
          I.Overhead coiling counter shutters; fire-rated. (Models 7522, 7566)
 
          1.2RELATED SECTIONS
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
          A.Section 05 10 00 - Structural Metal Framing.
 
          B.Section 06 10 00 - Rough Carpentry.
 
          C.Section 09 90 00 - Painting and Coating.
 
          D.Section 26 05 00 - Common Work Results for Electrical.
 
          1.3REFERENCES
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
          A.ASTM International (ASTM):
          1.ASTM A480/A480M - Standard Specification for Flat-Rolled Stainless and Heat-Resisting Steel Plate, Sheet, and Strip.
          2.ASTM A653/A653M - Standard Specification for Specification for Steel Sheet, Zinc-Coated (Galvanized) or Zinc-Iron Alloy-Coated (Galvannealed) by the Hot-Dip Process.
          3.ASTM A666 - Standard Specification for Austenitic Stainless Steel Sheet, Strip, Plate, and Flat Bar.
          4.ASTM B209 - Standard Specification for Aluminum - Alloy Sheet and Plate.
          5.ASTM B221 - Standard Specification for Aluminum - Alloy Extruded Bars, Rods, Wires, Shapes and Tubes.
 
          B.National Fire Protection Association NFPA 80 - Standard for Fire Doors and Fire Windows.
 
          C.Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 10B - Standard for Fire Tests of Door Assemblies.
 
          1.4SUBMITTALS
 
          A.Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00 - Administrative Requirements.
 
          B.Shop Drawings: Indicate opening dimensions and required tolerances, jamb connection details, anchorage spacing, hardware locations, installation details, and special conditions.
 
          C.Product Data: Provide information on components, application, hardware and accessories.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain one or both paragraphs below. Retaining both paragraphs indicate "Two Stage Samples" process. Delete "Samples for Initial Selection" if colors have already been determined. Delete items not required.
 
          D.Samples for Initial Selection: Provide manufacturer's finish charts showing full range of colors and textures available for units with factory applied finishes:
          1.Include similar samples of accessories involving color selection.
 
          E.Samples for Verification: Provide for each type of exposed finish on the following components in manufacturer's standard sizes:
          1.Curtain slats.
          2.Bottom bar.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following for projects requiring LEED certification. Credits are available for the use of recycled materials and also for regional materials if the project is located within a 500 mile radius of the C.H.I. manufacturing facility in Arthur, IL.
 
          F.Sustainable Design Submittals:
          1.Recycled products: Indicate percentage of recycled material used in the manufacturing of products and percentage classified as post-consumer.
          2.Regional products: Indicate location of product manufacturer and distance from manufacturing facility to project site.
 
          G.Closeout Submittals: Operation and maintenance data.
 
          1.5QUALITY ASSURANCE
 
          A.Company specializing in the manufacturing of products specified in this section and with a minimum of five years experience.
 
          B.Installer Qualifications: Installer shall be authorized and qualified to install overhead door systems on the type and scope of project specified.
 
          C.Source Limitations: Provide overhead coiling doors from one manufacturer for each type of door. Provide operators and other accessories from source acceptable to overhead coiling door manufacturer.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following if fire doors are not specified.
 
          D.Performance Requirements:
          1.Fire Door Construction: Conform to UL 10B.
          2.Installed Fire Door Assembly: Conform to NFPA 80.
 
          1.6DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
 
          A.Store products in manufacturer's unopened packaging until ready for installation.
 
          B.Store and dispose of all materials in accordance with federal, state and local laws.
 
          1.7PROJECT CONDITIONS
 
          A.Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's recommended limits.
 
          1.8WARRANTY
 
          A.Provide an original of the manufacturer's limited warranty against manufacturing defects and product workmanship.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select the warranty duration specified. Model 6241 carries a one year warranty. All others carry a five year warranty.
          1.Duration: One year.
          2.Duration: Five years.
 
          PART 2PRODUCTS
 
          2.1MANUFACTURERS
 
          A.Acceptable Manufacturer: C.H.I. Overhead Doors, which is located at: 1485 Sunrise Dr.; Arthur, IL 61911; Toll Free Tel: 800-590-0559; Fax: 217-543-4454; Email: request info; Web: http://www.chiohd.com | https://performaxglobal.com
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
          B.Substitutions: Not permitted.
 
          C.Requests for substitutions will be considered in accordance with provisions of Section 01 60 00 - Product Requirements.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete article if not required.
 
          2.2OVERHEAD COILING SERVICE DOORS; INSULATED, INDUSTRIAL DUTY
 
          A.Performance Requirements:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following stated wind load is standard.
          1.Wind Loads: Door assembly to withstand 20 psf (958 Pa) per ASTM E330 using a 1.0 factor of safety.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Seismic performance option if not required.
          2.Seismic Performance: Evaluated to withstand earthquake motions determined per ASCE/SEI 7.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** 20,000 cycles is standard. Delete operation options not required.
          3.Operation: 20,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          4.Operation: 50,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          5.Operation: 100,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if LEED certification is not required.
          6.LEED Requirements:
          a.Recycled Content, Minimum Percent: ______.
          b.Percent Classified as Post Consumer, Minimum Percent: ______.
 
          B.Overhead Coiling Service Doors; Insulated, Industrial Duty:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For larger size doors, contact the manufacturer. Delete basis of design options not required.
          1.Basis of Design: Model 6182 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Exterior Slat Material: 18 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, insulated, 2-1/2 x 13/16 inch (64 x 21 mm).
          c.R-Value: 4.7 / 6.7.
          d.Standard Max (WxH): 24 ft-4 inches x 24 ft-4 inches (7417 x 7417 mm).
          e.Insulation: Laid in place urethane. Enclose and bond insulation within slat faces. Comply with maximum flame spread and smoke developed indexes of 75 and 450 respectively, per ASTM E84 or UL 723.
          2.Basis of Design: Model 6202 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Exterior Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, insulated, 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          c.R-Value: 7.2.
          d.Standard Max (WxH): 32 ft-4 inches x 24 ft-4 inches (9855 x 7417 mm).
          e.Insulation: CFC free foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation board. Comply with maximum flame spread and smoke developed indexes of 75 and 450 respectively, per ASTM E84 or UL 723.
          3.Basis of Design: Model 6222 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Exterior Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, insulated, 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          c.R-Value: 7.2.
          d.Standard Max (WxH): 24 ft-4 inches x 24 ft-4 inches (7417 x 7417 mm).
          e.Insulation: CFC free foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation board. Comply with maximum flame spread and smoke developed indexes of 75 and 450 respectively, per ASTM E84 or UL 723.
          4.Basis of Design: Model 6242 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Exterior Slat Material: 24 gauge galvanized steel
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, insulated, 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          c.R-Value: 7.2.
          d.Standard Maximum (WxH): 24 ft-4 inch x 16 ft-4 inch (7417 x 4978 mm).
          e.Insulation: CFC free foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation board. Comply with maximum flame spread and smoke developed indexes of 75 and 450 respectively, per ASTM E84 or UL 723.
          5.Curtain Construction: Interlocking slats.
          a.Exterior Slat Material: Hot-dipped galvanized per ASTM A653, G90 and G60 coating class. Baked on enamel primer coat.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Tan and Brown applies to models 6222 and 6422 only.
          3)Polyester Finish: Tan.
          4)Polyester Finish: Brown.
          5)Polyester Finish: None.
          6)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          7)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          b.Interior Slat Material: 24 gauge galvanized steel. Hot-dipped galvanized per ASTM A653. Baked on enamel primer coat.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Tan and brown applies to models 6222 and 6422 only.
          3)Polyester Finish: Tan.
          4)Polyester Finish: Brown.
          5)Polyester Finish: None.
          6)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          7)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          c.End locks: Galvanized malleable iron, attached to every other slat to act as wearing surface and prevent lateral movement.
          d.Wind locks: Per design and wind load requirements.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two steel angles are standard. Extruded tubular aluminum bottom bar is available for doors up to 20 ft (6096 mm) wide and preferred for manual operated doors when cylinder locks are required. Delete bottom bar option not required.
          e.Bottom Bar: Two steel angles bolted back-to-back, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required. Painted black is standard.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Painted black. (standard)
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          4)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Aluminum bottom bar is not available for certified wind loaded product and is not suitable for use in conjunction with vinyl guide seal. If the aluminum bottom bar and weather seal are both required, specify brush seal in weather seal section below.
          f.Bottom Bar: Extruded aluminum tube type bottom bar.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Clear anodized aluminum.
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Powder Coat: RAL No. ________.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Powder Coat: Match curtain.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if vision lites are not required.
          g.Vision Lites, Rectangular (WxH): 5 x 1-1/8 inch (127 x 29 mm), on 7 inch (178 mm) centers. Clear acrylic glazing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete pattern option not required.
          1)Pattern: As shown on drawings.
          2)Pattern:
          a)Number of Lites Wide: _____.
          b)Number of Lites High: _____.
          c)Bottom Height of Lites Above Floor (in/mm): ______.
          h.Guides: Structural angles bolted together to form guide and mounting surface.
          1)Guide Material: Steel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER **Delete finish options not required.
          a)Guide Finish: Painted black.
          b)Guide Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          c)Guide Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          d)Guide Finish: Powder Coat: RAL No. ________.
          e)Guide Finish: Powder Coat: Match curtain.
          i.Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate. Precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle.
          j.Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not exceeding 0.03 inch (0.762 mm) per 1 ft (305 mm) of span. Weld threaded rings or lugs to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.
          k.Springs: Tension assembly supported in barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug.
          l.Hood: Fit within head plates with intermediate supports as required.
          1)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete hood finish options not required.
          2)Hood Finish: Match curtain finish.
          3)Hood Polyester Finish: Gray.
          4)Hood Polyester Finish: White.
          5)Hood Polyester Finish: Tan.
          6)Hood Polyester Finish: Brown.
          7)Hood Polyester Finish: None.
          8)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          9)Hood Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if a pedestrian door in the coiling door is not required..
          m.Weather Seal:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select any of the following options that apply. Tubular bottom seal, vinyl guide weather seal with hood baffle are standard for insulated doors.
          1)Tubular vinyl bottom seal.
          2)Vinyl guide seal with rubber hood baffle.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Guide brush seal is an alternate to vinyl guide seal and should be used if specifying an extruded aluminum tubular bottom bar. Header brush seal can be utilized as an alternative or in addition to a rubber hood baffle.
          3)Guide brush seal.
          4)Header brush seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two plated steel slide bolt locks is standard for manual push up.. Chain keepers are standard for chain hoist. The aluminum bottom bar option should only be selected if it was specified as the bottom bar above. Motor operated doors are locked through their drive train however other locking mechanisms can be added for additional security if used in conjunction with an interlock switch for each lock. Delete locking mechanism and keying options not required.
          6.Locking Mechanism: Two plated steel slide bolt locks. Padlock provisions.
          7.Locking Mechanism: Chain keeper suitable for padlocking.
          8.Locking Mechanism: Cylinder lock mounted to double angle bottom bar.
          a.Keyed on exterior of door with thumb turn on interior.
          b.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          9.Locking Mechanism: Extruded aluminum tube bottom bar. Cylinder locking.
          a.Keyed on exterior of door with handle throw on interior.
          b.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For specifying locks on motorized doors. Delete if manually operated or does not require locks.
          10.Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated doors with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when door is locked.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete mounting options not required.
          11.Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel.
          12.Mounting: Face of wall and under lintel.
          13.Mounting: Between jamb and above lintel.
          14.Mounting: Between jamb and under lintel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if manual chain hoist operation is not required.
          15.Manual Operation: Chain hoist.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete electric motor operation option not required.
          16.Electric Motor Operation: Not required.
          17.Electric Motor Operation: See article "Electric Motor Operation for Overhead Coiling Service Doors."
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete article if not required.
 
          2.3OVERHEAD COILING SERVICE DOORS; NON-INSULATED, INDUSTRIAL DUTY
 
          A.Performance Requirements:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Use second option if certified wind load is required by authorities having jurisdiction and if retaining the Windborne-Debris-Impact-Resistance paragraph. Certified wind load is not available for aluminum service doors (model 6244), curved slats (models 6220, 6200, 6180), or in conjunction with vision lites. Delete wind loads option not required.
          1.Wind Loads: Door assembly to withstand 20 psf (958 Pa) per ASTM E330 using a 1.0 factor of safety.
          2.Wind Loads: Certify Door assembly to withstand per ANSI/ DASMA 108:
          a.Positive Wind Load Pressure (psf/kPa): ______.
          b.Negative Wind Load Pressure (psf/kPa): ______.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete following paragraph along with certified wind load paragraph if not required. Windborne-Debris Impact Resistance certification is not available for aluminum service doors (model 6244), doors with curved slats (models 6220, 6200, 6180), or in conjunction with vision lites.
          3.Windborne-Debris Impact Resistance: Design door assembly to pass missile impact and cyclic pressure tests in accordance with ANSI/ DASMA 108 and/or ANSI/DASMA 115 and to withstand wind load pressures indicated.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Seismic performance option if not required.
          4.Seismic Performance: Evaluated to withstand earthquake motions determined per ASCE/SEI 7.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** 20,000 cycles is standard. Delete operation options not required.
          5.Operation: 20,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          6.Operation: 50,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          7.Operation: 100,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if LEED certification is not required.
          8.LEED Requirements:
          a.Recycled Content, Minimum Percent: ______.
          b.Percent Classified as Post Consumer, Minimum Percent: ______.
 
          B.Overhead Coiling Service Doors; Non-Insulated, Industrial Duty:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For larger size doors, contact the manufacturer. Delete basis of design options not required.
          1.Basis of Design: Model 6180 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 18 gaugegalvanizedsteel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Curved. 2-5/8 x 7/8 inch (67 x 22 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 32 ft-4 inch x 28 ft-4 inch (9855 x 8636 mm).
          2.Basis of Design: Model 6181 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 18 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat. 2-1/2 x 3/4 inch (64 x 19 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 32 ft-4 inch x 28 ft-4 inch (9855 x 8636 mm).
          3.Basis of Design: Model 6200 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Curved. 2-5/8 x 7/8 inch (67 x 22 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 22 ft-4 inch x 24 ft-4 inch (6807 x 7417 mm).
          4.Basis of Design: Model 6201 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat. 2-1/2 x 3/4 inch (64 x 19 mm).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete perforated slats option not required.
          1)Perforated slats.
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 22 ft-4 inch x 24 ft-4 inch (6807 x 7417 mm).
          5.Basis of Design: Model 6220 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Curved. 2-5/8 x 7/8 inch (67 x 22 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inch x 20 ft-4 inch (5588 x 6198 mm).
          6.Basis of Design: Model 6221 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat. 2-1/2 x 3/4 inch (64 x 19 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inch x 20 ft-4 inch (5588 x 6198 mm).
          7.Basis of Design: Model 6244 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 16 gauge aluminum.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat. 2-1/2 x 3/4 inch (64 x 19 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 14 ft-4 inch x 18 ft-4 inch (4369 x 5588 mm)
          8.Basis of Design: Model 6266 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 22 gauge stainless steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat. 2-1/2 x 3/4 inch (64 x 19 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inch x 20 ft-4 inch (5588 x 6198 mm).
          9.Curtain Construction: Interlocking slats.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete material and finish options not required.
          a.Material: Galvanized steel. Hot-dipped galvanized per ASTM A653, G90 and G60 coating class. Baked on enamel primer coat.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Tan and Brown applies to models 6220 and 6221 only.
          3)Polyester Finish: Tan.
          4)Polyester Finish: Brown.
          5)Polyester Finish: None.
          6)Powder Coat Finish: RAL No ________.
          7)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          b.Material: Stainless Steel Sheet: ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666; Type 304, roll form temper.
          1)Stainless Steel Finish: No. 4.
          c.Material: Aluminum.
          1)Extrusions: ASTM B221, alloy and temper best suited to application.
          2)Sheet: ASTM B209, alloy and temper best suited to application.
          3)Anodized Aluminum Finish: Clear.
          4)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          d.End locks: Galvanized malleable iron, attached to every other slat to act as wearing surface and prevent lateral movement.
          e.Wind locks: Per design and wind load requirements.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two steel angles are standard. Extruded tubular aluminum bottom bar is available for doors up to 20 ft (6096 mm) wide and preferred for manual operated doors when cylinder locks are required. Delete bottom bar option not required.
          f.Bottom Bar: Two steel angles bolted back-to-back, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required. Painted black is standard.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Painted black. (standard)
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          4)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Aluminum bottom bar is not available for certified wind loaded product and is not suitable for use in conjunction with vinyl guide seal. If the aluminum bottom bar and weather seal are both required, specify brush seal in weather seal section below.
          g.Bottom Bar: Extruded aluminum tube type bottom bar per ASTM B221. Alloy and temper best suited to application.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Clear anodized aluminum.
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Powder Coat: RAL No. ________.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Powder Coat: Match curtain.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if vision lites are not required.
          h.Vision Lites, Rectangular (WxH): 5 x 1-1/8 inch (127 x 29 mm), on 7 inch (178 mm) centers. Clear acrylic glazing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete pattern option not required.
          1)Pattern: As shown on drawings.
          2)Pattern:
          a)Number of Lites Wide: _____.
          b)Number of Lites High: _____.
          c)Bottom Height of Lites Above Floor (in/mm): ______.
          i.Guides: Structural angles bolted together to form guide and mounting surface.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete guide material and finish options not required.
          1)Guide Material: Steel.
          a)Guide Finish: Painted black.
          b)Guide Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          c)Guide Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          d)Guide Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          e)Guide Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          2)Guide Material: Stainless Steel. Guide Finish: Mill finish.
          3)Guide Material: Aluminum with steel wall angle.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete pack out angles option if not required.
          a)Pack out angles for between jamb mounting.
          b)Guide Finish: Mill.
          c)Guide Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          d)Guide Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          j.Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate. Precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle.
          k.Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not exceeding 0.03 inch (0.762 mm) per 1 ft (305 mm) of span. Weld threaded rings or lugs to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.
          l.Springs: Tension assembly supported in barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug.
          m.Hood: Fit within head plates with intermediate supports as required.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete hood material and finish options not required. 24 gauge galvanized steel is standard for all models.
          1)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel. (standard)
          a)Hood Finish: Match curtain finish.
          b)Hood Polyester Finish: Gray.
          c)Hood Polyester Finish: White.
          d)Hood Polyester Finish: Tan.
          e)Hood Polyester Finish: Brown.
          f)Hood Polyester Finish: None.
          g)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          h)Hood Powder Coat finish: Match curtain.
          2)Hood Material: Minimum 20 gauge (.032) Aluminum.
          a)Hood Finish: Clear anodized.
          b)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          c)Hood Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          3)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge stainless steel.
          a)Hood Finish: No. 4 polished stainless steel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if a pedestrian door in the coiling door is not required..
          n.Weather Seal:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select any of the following options that apply. Tubular bottom seal, vinyl guide weather seal with hood baffle are standard for insulated doors.
          1)Tubular vinyl bottom seal.
          2)Vinyl guide seal with rubber hood baffle.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Guide brush seal is an alternate to vinyl guide seal and should be used if specifying an extruded aluminum tubular bottom bar. Header brush seal can be utilized as an alternative or in addition to a rubber hood baffle.
          3)Guide brush seal.
          4)Header brush seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two plated steel slide bolt locks is standard for manual push up.. Chain keepers are standard for chain hoist. The aluminum bottom bar option should only be selected if it was specified as the bottom bar above. Motor operated doors are locked through their drive train however other locking mechanisms can be added for additional security if used in conjunction with an interlock switch for each lock. Delete locking mechanism and keying options not required.
          o.Locking Mechanism: Two plated steel slide bolt locks. Padlock provisions.
          p.Locking Mechanism: Chain keeper suitable for padlocking.
          q.Locking Mechanism: Cylinder lock mounted to double angle bottom bar.
          r.Keyed on exterior of door with thumb turn on interior.
          s.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          t.Locking Mechanism: Extruded aluminum tube bottom bar. Cylinder locking.
          u.Keyed on exterior of door with handle throw on interior.
          v.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For specifying locks on motorized doors. Delete if manually operated or does not require locks.
          10.Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated doors with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when door is locked.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete mounting options not required.
          11.Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel.
          12.Mounting: Face of wall and under lintel.
          13.Mounting: Between jamb and above lintel.
          14.Mounting: Between jamb and under lintel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Push up is available for doors up to 10 ft-4 inches (3150 mm) wide and 8 ft-4 inches (2540 mm) high. Chain hoist operation is available on all other sizes. Delete both options if motor operation is required. Delete manual operation option not required.
          a.Manual Operation: Push up.
          b.Manual Operation: Chain hoist.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete electric motor operation option not required.
          c.Electric Motor Operation: Not required.
          d.Electric Motor Operation: See article "Electric Motor Operation for Overhead Coiling Service Doors."
 
          2.4OVERHEAD COILING SERVICE DOORS; NON-INSULATED, MEDIUM DUTY
 
          A.Performance Requirements:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following stated wind load is standard.
          1.Wind Loads: Door assembly to withstand 20 psf (958 Pa) per ASTM E330 using a 1.0 factor of safety.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Seismic performance option if not required.
          2.Seismic Performance: Evaluated to withstand earthquake motions determined per ASCE/SEI 7.
          3.Usage: 20 cycles per day.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** 20,000 cycles is standard Delete operation option not required.
          4.Operation: 20,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          5.Operation: 50,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if LEED certification is not required.
          6.LEED Requirements:
          a.Recycled Content, Minimum Percent: ______.
          b.Percent Classified as Post Consumer, Minimum Percent: ______.
 
          B.Overhead Coiling Service Doors; Non-Insulated, Medium Duty:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For larger size doors, contact the manufacturer.
          1.Basis of Design: Model 6241 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 24 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, insulated, 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 12 ft x 14 ft-4 inches (3658 x 4369 mm).
          2.Curtain Construction: Interlocking slats.
          a.Slat Material: Galvanized steel. Hot-dipped galvanized per ASTM A653, G90 and G60 coating class. Baked on enamel primer coat.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          3)Polyester Finish: Tan.
          4)Polyester Finish: Brown.
          5)Polyester Finish: None.
          6)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          7)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          b.End locks: Galvanized malleable iron, attached to every other slat to act as wearing surface and prevent lateral movement.
          c.Wind locks: Per design and wind load requirements.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two steel angles are standard. Extruded tubular aluminum bottom bar is available for doors up to ft (6096 mm) wide and preferred for manual operated doors when cylinder locks are required. Delete bottom bar option not required.
          d.Bottom Bar: Two steel angles bolted back-to-back, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER **Delete finish options not required. Painted black is standard.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Painted black. (standard)
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          4)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER **Aluminum bottom bar is not available for certified wind loaded product and is not suitable for use in conjunction with vinyl guide seal. If the aluminum bottom bar and weather seal are both required, specify brush seal in weather seal section below.
          e.Bottom Bar: Extruded aluminum tube type bottom bar per ASTM B221. Alloy and temper best suited to application.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Clear anodized aluminum.
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Powder Coat: RAL No. ________.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Powder Coat: Match curtain.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if vision lites are not required.
          f.Vision Lites, Rectangular (WxH): 5 x 1-1/8 inch (127 x 29 mm), on 7 inch (178 mm) centers. Clear acrylic glazing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete pattern option not required.
          1)Pattern: As shown on drawings.
          2)Pattern:
          a)Number of Lites Wide: _____
          b)Number of Lites High: _____
          c)Bottom Height of Lites Above Floor (in/mm): ______.
          g.Guides: Structural angles bolted together to form guide and mounting surface.
          1)Guide Material: Steel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER **Delete finish options not required.
          a)Guide Finish: Painted black.
          b)Guide Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          c)Guide Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          d)Guide Finish: Powder Coat: RAL No. ________.
          e)Guide Finish: Powder Coat: Match curtain.
          h.Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate. Precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle.
          i.Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not exceeding 0.03 inch (0.762 mm) per 1 ft (305 mm) of span. Weld threaded rings or lugs to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.
          j.Springs: Tension assembly supported in barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug.
          k.Hood: Fit within head plates with intermediate supports as required.
          1)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel. (standard)
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete hood finish options not required.
          a)Hood Finish: Match curtain finish.
          b)Hood Polyester Finish: Gray.
          c)Hood Polyester Finish: White.
          d)Hood Polyester Finish: Tan.
          e)Hood Polyester Finish: Brown.
          f)Hood Polyester Finish: None.
          g)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          h)Hood Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if a pedestrian door in the coiling door is not required..
          l.Weather Seal:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select any of the following options that apply. Tubular bottom seal, vinyl guide weather seal with hood baffle are standard for insulated doors.
          1)Tubular vinyl bottom seal.
          2)Vinyl guide seal with rubber hood baffle.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Guide brush seal is an alternate to vinyl guide seal and should be used if specifying an extruded aluminum tubular bottom bar. Header brush seal can be utilized as an alternative or in addition to a rubber hood baffle.
          3)Guide brush seal.
          4)Header brush seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two plated steel slide bolt locks is standard for manual push up. Chain keepers are standard for chain hoist. The aluminum bottom bar option should only be selected if it was specified as the bottom bar above. Motor operated doors are locked through their drive train however other locking mechanisms can be added for additional security if used in conjunction with an interlock switch for each lock. Delete locking mechanism and keying options not required.
          3.Locking Mechanism: Two plated steel slide bolt locks. Padlock provisions.
          4.Locking Mechanism: Chain keeper suitable for padlocking.
          5.Locking Mechanism: Cylinder lock mounted to double angle bottom bar.
          a.Keyed on exterior of door with thumb turn on interior.
          b.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          6.Locking Mechanism: Extruded aluminum tube bottom bar. Cylinder locking.
          a.Keyed on exterior of door with handle throw on interior.
          b.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For specifying locks on motorized doors. Delete if manually operated or does not require locks.
          7.Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated doors with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when door is locked.
          8.Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Push up is available for doors up to 10 ft-4 inches (3150 mm) wide and 8 ft-4 inches (2540 mm) high. Chain hoist operation is available on all other sizes. Delete both options if motor operation is required. Delete manual operation option not required.
          a.Manual Operation: Push up.
          b.Manual Operation: Chain Hoist.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete electric motor operation option not required.
          c.Electric Motor Operation: Not required.
          d.Electric Motor Operation: See article "Electric Motor Operation for Overhead Coiling Service Doors."
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete article if not required.
 
          2.5ELECTRIC MOTOR OPERATION FOR OVERHEAD COILING SERVICE DOORS
          1.Electric Motor Operator: UL listed and labeled. Sized by manufacturer.
          a.Drive Speed of Door: 8 to 12 inches (203 to 305 mm) per sec.
          b.Usage Classification:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete usage classifications not required. If more than one is selected, note which doors are associated with each requirement.
          1)Heavy Duty: 25 or more cycles per hr. Over 90 cycles per day.
          2)Standard Duty: 25 cycles per hr. 90 cycles per day.
          3)Medium Duty: 12 cycles per hr. 50 cycles per day.
          4)Light Duty: Up to 10 cycles per hr.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete operator location options not required. If more than one is selected, note which doors are associated with each requirement.
          c.Operator Location: Front of hood.
          d.Operator Location: Wall.
          e.Operator Location: Opposite side of wall. Connection through wall.
          f.Operator Location: As shown on drawings.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete operator exposure option not required. If more than one is selected, note which doors are associated with each requirement.
          g.Operator Exposure: Interior.
          h.Operator Exposure: Exterior; wet and humid. Provide operator cover to protect operator from weather.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following options. If both are required, note which doors are associated with each requirement.
          1)Operator cover. Finish: Match hood.
          2)Operator cover. Finish: Galvanized.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete power supply options not required.
          i.Power Supply: 115 VAC, single phase.
          j.Power Supply: 230 VAC, single phase.
          k.Power Supply: 208/230 VAC, three phase.
          l.Power Supply: 460 VAC, three phase.
          m.Power Supply: 575 VAC, three phase.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station options not required.
          n.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. (standard)
          o.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. Keyed lockout.
          p.Control Station: 24 V, key with open and close contacts.
          q.Control Station: 24 V, key with open/close contacts and stop button.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station mounting options not required.
          r.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Surface. Interior. (standard)
          s.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Flush. Interior.
          t.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 4 Surface. Exterior.
          u.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 4 Flush. Exterior.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if remotes are not required.
          2.Remote Controls:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Three button remote controls can operate up to ???? doors or can be programed to function as Open/ Close/ Stop control. Delete radio receiver option not required.
          a.Radio Receiver: Single button remote control.
          b.Radio Receiver: Three button remote controls.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include subparagraph if Open/ Close/ Stop function is required.
          1)Program remote controls to Open/ Close/ Stop the door.
          c.Transmitters: ________.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if special controls are not required or delete entire paragraph. How special controls are used in operation of door may determine which entrapment protection devices are specified. Sequence of operation is another factor that may determine which controls are best suited to provide the desired operation. Contact manufacturer for more detail.
          3.Special Controls:
          a.Keypad entry system. Mounting post.
          b.Card reader system. Mounting post.
          c.Internet connectivity.
          d.Door timer.
          e.Loop detector.
          f.Pull cord.
          g.Vehicle detector.
          4.Primary Entrapment Protection Devices:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For operators complying with UL 325, one of the following monitored entrapment protection devices must be connected or constant contact on the 3-button station "Close" button is required to lower the door. Delete options not required.
          a.NEMA 1 Monitored Photo Sensors: Photo eyes fully monitored, non-contact, infrared beam photo sensor system. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed. Photo sensors to be mounted no higher than 6 inches (152 mm) above floor.
          b.NEMA 4 Monitored Photo Sensors: Photo eyes fully monitored, non-contact, photo beam reversing photo sensor system with NEMA 4 watertight enclosure. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed. Photo sensors to be mounted no higher than 6 inches (152 mm) above floor.
          c.Monitored Electric Sensing Edge: Electric sensing edge fully monitored and connected to operator shall reverse a closing door to full open position when an obstruction is sensed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Devices are optional. Delete protection device not required or delete both. Used to supplement, but not replace, primary entrapment protection devices for operators complying with UL 325.
          d.Ancillary Entrapment Protection Device: Non-Monitored Electric Sensing Edge. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed.
          e.Ancillary Entrapment Protection Device: Pneumatic Sensing Edge. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed.
 
          2.6OVERHEAD COILING SERVICE DOORS; FIRE RATED, NON-INSULATED
 
          A.Performance Requirements:
          1.Fire Door Construction: Conform to UL 10B.
          2.Installed Fire Door Assembly: Conform to NFPA 80.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Seismic performance option if not required.
          3.Seismic Performance: Evaluated to withstand earthquake motions determined per ASCE/SEI 7.
          4.Operation: 20,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if LEED certification is not required.
          5.LEED Requirements:
          a.Recycled Content, Minimum Percent: ______.
          b.Percent Classified as Post Consumer, Minimum Percent: ______.
 
          B.Overhead Coiling Service Doors; Fire Rated Non-Insulated:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For larger size doors, contact the manufacturer. Delete basis of design, hour rating, and slat material options not required.
          1.Basis of Design: Model 7300 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 3/4 hour. UL listed.
          b.Hour Rating: 1-1/2 hours. UL listed.
          c.Hour Rating: 3 hours. UL listed.
          d.Slat Profile (HxD): Curved. 2-5/8 x 7/8 inch (67 x 22 mm).
          e.Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 24 ft x 24 ft (7315 x 7315 mm).
          f.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inches x 24 ft (5588 x 7315 mm).
          2.Basis of Design: Model 7301 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 3/4 hour. UL listed.
          b.Hour Rating: 1-1/2 hours. UL listed.
          c.Hour Rating: 3 hours. UL listed.
          d.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          e.Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 24 ft x 24 ft (7315 x 7315 mm).
          f.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inches x 24 ft (5588 x 7315 mm).
          3.Basis of Design: Model 7366 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 3/4 hour. UL listed.
          b.Hour Rating: 1-1/2 hours. UL listed.
          c.Hour Rating: 3 hours. UL listed.
          d.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          e.Slat Material: 22 gauge stainless steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 13 ft-4 inches x 24 ft (4064 x 7315 mm).
          4.Basis of Design: Model 7400 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 4 hours.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Curved. 2-5/8 x 7/8 inch (67 x 22 mm).
          c.Slat Material: 18 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 24 ft x 24 ft (7315 x 7315 mm).
          d.Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inches x 24 ft (5588 x 7315 mm).
          e.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 13 ft-4 inches x 24 ft (4064 x 7315 mm).
          5.Basis of Design: Model 7401 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 4 hours.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          c.Slat Material: 18 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 24 ft x 24 ft (7315 x 7315 mm).
          d.Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inches x 24 ft (5588 x 7315 mm).
          e.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 13 ft-4 inches x 24 ft (4064 x 7315 mm).
          6.Curtain Construction: Interlocking slats.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete material and finish options not required.
          a.Slat Material: Galvanized steel. Hot-dipped galvanized per ASTM A653, G90 and G60 coating class. Baked on enamel primer.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Tan and Brown applies to models 7301 and01 only.
          3)Polyester Finish: Tan.
          4)Polyester Finish: Brown.
          5)Polyester Finish: None.
          6)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          7)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          b.Slat Material: Stainless Steel Sheet: ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666; Type 304, roll form temper.
          1)Stainless Steel Finish: No. 4.
          c.End locks: Galvanized malleable iron, attached to every other slat to act as wearing surface and prevent lateral movement.
          d.Wind locks: Per design and wind load requirements.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two steel angles are standard. Extruded tubular aluminum bottom bar is available for doors up to 20 ft (6096 m) wide and preferred for manual operated doors when cylinder locks are required. Delete bottom bar and finish options not required.
          e.Bottom Bar: Two steel angles bolted back-to-back, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Painted black. (standard)
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          4)Powder Coat Finish: RAL No ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Standard for model 7366.
          f.Bottom Bar: Two stainless steel angles bolted back-to-back, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Mill Finish.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if vision lites are not required.
          g.Vision Lites, Rectangular (WxH): 5 x 1-1/8 inch (127 x 29 mm), on 7 inch (178 mm) centers. Clear acrylic glazing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete pattern option not required.
          1)Pattern: As shown on drawings.
          2)Pattern:
          a)Number of Lites Wide: _____
          b)Number of Lites High: _____
          c)Bottom Height of Lites Above Floor (in/mm): ______.
          h.Guides: Structural angles bolted together to form guide and mounting surface.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete guide material and finish options not required.
          1)Guide Material: Steel.
          a)Guide Finish: Painted black.
          b)Guide Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          c)Guide Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          d)Guide Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          e)Guide Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          2)Guide Material: Stainless Steel. Guide Finish: Mill finish.
          i.Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate. Precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle.
          j.Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not exceeding 0.03 inch (0.762 mm) per 1 ft (305 mm) of span. Weld threaded rings or lugs to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.
          k.Springs: Tension assembly supported in barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug.
          l.Hood: Fit within head plates with intermediate supports as required.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete hood material and finish options not required. 24 gauge galvanized steel is standard for all models.
          1)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel. (standard)
          a)Hood Finish: Match curtain finish.
          b)Hood Polyester Finish: Gray.
          c)Hood Polyester Finish: White.
          d)Hood Polyester Finish: Tan.
          e)Hood Polyester Finish: Brown.
          f)Hood Polyester Finish: None.
          g)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          h)Hood Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          2)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge stainless steel.
          a)Hood Finish: No. 4 polished stainless steel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if smoke seals and labels are not required.
          m.Smoke Seals: Replaceable smoke seal perimeter gaskets or brushes for smoke and draft control as required for door listing and labeling by a qualified testing agency.
          1)Smoke Label: Provide doors with U.L. "S" label in addition to the fire door label to certify smoke control listing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete weather seal options not required or delete all. Weather seal is not standard for fire doors.
          n.Weather Seal: Tubular vinyl bottom seal.
          o.Weather Seal: Guide brush seal.
          p.Weather Seal: Header brush seal.
          q.Weather Seal: Locking mechanism.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two plated steel slide bolt locks is standard for manual push up. Chain keepers are standard for chain hoist. Motor operated doors are locked through their drive train however other locking mechanisms can be added for additional security if used in conjunction with an interlock switch for each lock. Delete locking mechanism and keying options not required.
          7.Locking Mechanism: Two plated steel slide bolt locks. Padlock provisions.
          8.Locking Mechanism: Chain keeper suitable for padlocking.
          9.Locking Mechanism: Cylinder lock mounted to double angle bottom bar.
          a.Keyed on exterior of door with thumb turn on interior.
          b.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For specifying locks on motorized doors. Delete if manually operated or does not require locks.
          10.Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated doors with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when door is locked.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete mounting options not required.
          11.Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel.
          12.Mounting: Face of wall and under lintel.
          13.Mounting: Between jamb and above lintel.
          14.Mounting: Between jamb and under lintel.
          15.Jamb Construction: Comply with fire door listing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following 6 jamb construction options. If more than one is selected, note which doors are associated with each requirement.
          a.Solid Masonry: Anchor bolt fasteners.
          b.Hollow Masonry: Through bolt fasteners and crush plates.
          c.Stacked Brick: Through bolt fasteners and crush plates.
          d.Steel Jambs: Self tapping fasteners.
          e.Steel Frame Covered With Gypsum: Self tapping fasteners.
          f.Wood Jambs: Provide wood lag bolts.
          16.Automatic Closing Device: Or release holder mechanism and governor unit complying with NFPA 80. Automatic closing device activated by the following:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete paragraphs below not required. Meet project requirements and requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. If more than one option is required, identify primary and secondary closing devices. Fusible links complies with NFPA 80 requirements for fusible links on both sides of the door opening. Revise paragraph if not required on both sides of the door opening or to add fusible link ceiling unit for use with suspended ceilings. Rating of 165 degrees Fahrenheit is standard for rolling steel fire doors.
          a.Fusible Links: Interconnected. On both sides of door opening.
          1)Melting Point: 165 degrees F (74 degrees C).
          2)Melting Point (F/C): _____ degrees.
          b.Smoke Detectors: Manufacturer's standard UL labeled. On both sides of wall and door holder release device.
          1)Type: Ionization.
          2)Type: Photo electric.
          c.Heat Rise Detectors: Manufacturer's standard UL labeled. On both sides of wall and door holder release device.
          d.Connected to building fire detection, smoke detection, and alarm systems through manufacturer's UL labeled release device.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete release holder option if automatic closing device specified included a release holder.
          e.Release Holder: Fail safe as an interface between detection device specified and fire rated door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select all options required.
          1)Provide adjustable time delay for up to 10 seconds.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following option should be included if release holder needs to be equipped with a stand-alone battery backup system. If backup power is available from building alarm system, the release holder can receive backup power from that source and does not require a built in battery backup feature.
          2)Provide battery back-up system.
          3)Provide speaker and verbal warning when activated.
          4)Provide warning strobe light when activated.
          5)Provide warning horn when activated.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete manual operation option not required or delete both. Manual push up is available for doors 12 ft-4 inches (3759 mm) wide and 10 ft-4 inches (3150 mm) high. Chain hoist operation is available for doors up to 256 sq ft (23.78 sq m). Doors larger than 256 sq ft (23.78 sq m) require motor operation.
          17.Manual Push Up Operation: Utilize partial spring tension release to initiate closure on alarm.
          a.Governor: If required by size of door. To maintain closing speed range of 6 to 24 inches (152 to 610 mm) per sec per NPFA 80.
          18.Manual Chain Hoist Operation: Utilize enclosed gear reduction operating system, maintaining spring tension when activated by release of a fusible link or release holder.
          a.Simple test design featuring a drop test handle allowing for drop testing and resetting from floor.
          b.Governor: If required by the size of door. To maintain the closing speed range of 6 to 24 inches (152 to 610 mm) per sec per NPFA 80.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete electric motor operation option not required.
          19.Electric Motor Operation: Not required.
          20.Electric Motor Operation: See article " Electric Motor Operation for Overhead Coiling Service Doors, Fire Rate."
 
          2.7OVERHEAD COILING SERVICE DOORS; FIRE RATED, INSULATED
 
          A.Performance Requirements:
          1.Fire Door Construction: Conform to UL 10B.
          2.Installed Fire Door Assembly: Conform to NFPA 80.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Seismic performance option if not required.
          3.Seismic Performance: Evaluated to withstand earthquake motions determined per ASCE/SEI 7.
          4.Operation: 20,000 cycles for door assembly including operator.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if LEED certification is not required.
          5.LEED Requirements:
          a.Recycled Content, Minimum Percent: ______.
          b.Percent Classified as Post Consumer, Minimum Percent: ______.
 
          B.Overhead Coiling Service Doors; Fire Rated, Insulated:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For larger size doors, contact the manufacturer.
          1.Basis of Design: Model 7302 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 3/4 hour. UL listed.
          b.Hour Rating: 1-1/2 hours. UL listed.
          c.Hour Rating: 3 hours. UL listed.
          d.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat. 2-3/4 x 5/8 inch (70 x 16 mm).
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** "Per design requirements" is recommended as the standard to allow the manufacturer to use the gauge that best suits the opening size and hour rating that is required based on the fire door listing. Delete exterior slat material options not required.
          e.Exterior Slat Material: Per design requirements.
          f.Exterior Slat Material: 20 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 24 ft x 24 ft (7315 x 7315 mm).
          g.Exterior Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          1)Standard Max (WxH): 18 ft-4 inch x 24 ft (5588 x 7315 mm).
          h.Interior Slat Material: 24 gauge galvanized steel.
          i.Insulation: Mineral wool insulation board. Enclose within slat faces.
          1)R-Value: 4.2.
          2.Curtain Construction: Interlocking slats.
          a.Slat Material: Galvanized steel. Hot-dipped galvanized per ASTM A653, G90 and G60 coating class. Baked on enamel primer.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Tan and Brown applies to models 7301 and 741 only.
          3)Polyester Finish: Tan.
          4)Polyester Finish: Brown.
          5)Polyester Finish: None.
          6)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          7)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          b.End locks: Galvanized malleable iron, attached to every other slat to act as wearing surface and prevent lateral movement.
          c.Wind locks: Per design and wind load requirements.
          d.Bottom Bar: Two steel angles bolted back-to-back, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER **Delete finish options not required. Painted black is standard.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Painted black. (standard)
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          4)Powder Coat Finish: RAL No ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          e.Guides: Structural angles bolted together to form guide and mounting surface.
          1)Guide Material: Steel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete finish options not required.
          a)Guide Finish: Painted black.
          b)Guide Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          c)Guide Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          d)Guide Powder Coat Finish: RAL No ________.
          e)Guide Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          f.Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate. Precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle.
          g.Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not exceeding 0.03 inch (0.762 mm) per 1 ft (305 mm) of span. Weld threaded rings or lugs to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.
          h.Springs: Tension assembly supported in barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug.
          i.Hood: Fit within head plates with intermediate supports as required.
          1)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel. (standard)
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete hood finish options not required.
          a)Hood Finish: Match curtain finish.
          b)Hood Polyester Finish: Gray.
          c)Hood Polyester Finish: White.
          d)Hood Polyester Finish: Tan.
          e)Hood Polyester Finish: Brown.
          f)Hood Polyester Finish: None.
          g)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          h)Hood Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if smoke seals and labels are not required.
          j.Smoke Seals: Replaceable smoke seal perimeter gaskets or brushes for smoke and draft control as required for door listing and labeling by a qualified testing agency.
          1)Smoke Label: Provide doors with U.L. "S" label in addition to the fire door label to certify smoke control listing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete weather seal options not required or delete all. Weather seal is not standard for fire doors.
          k.Weather Seal: Tubular vinyl bottom seal.
          l.Weather Seal: Guide brush seal.
          m.Weather Seal: Header brush seal.
          n.Weather Seal: Locking mechanism.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Two plated steel slide bolt locks is standard for manual push up. Chain keepers are standard for chain hoist. Motor operated doors are locked through their drive train however other locking mechanisms can be added for additional security if used in conjunction with an interlock switch for each lock. Delete locking mechanism and keying options not required.
          3.Locking Mechanism: Two plated steel slide bolt locks. Padlock provisions.
          4.Locking Mechanism: Chain keeper suitable for padlocking.
          5.Locking Mechanism: Cylinder lock mounted to double angle bottom bar.
          a.Keyed on exterior of door with thumb turn on interior.
          b.Keyed on both sides of the door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For specifying locks on motorized doors. Delete if manually operated or does not require locks.
          6.Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated doors with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when door is locked.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete mounting options not required.
          7.Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel.
          8.Mounting: Face of wall and under lintel.
          9.Mounting: Between jamb and above lintel.
          10.Mounting: Between jamb and under lintel.
          11.Jamb Construction: Comply with fire door listing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following 6 jamb construction options. If more than one is selected, note which doors are associated with each requirement.
          a.Solid Masonry: Anchor bolt fasteners.
          b.Hollow Masonry: Through bolt fasteners and crush plates.
          c.Stacked Brick: Through bolt fasteners and crush plates.
          d.Steel Jambs: Self tapping fasteners.
          e.Steel Frame Covered With Gypsum: Self tapping fasteners.
          f.Wood Jambs: Provide wood lag bolts.
          12.Automatic Closing Device: Or release holder mechanism and governor unit complying with NFPA 80. Automatic closing device activated by the following:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete paragraphs below not required. Meet project requirements and requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. If more than one option is required, identify primary and secondary closing devices. Fusible links complies with NFPA 80 requirements for fusible links on both sides of the door opening. Revise paragraph if not required on both sides of the door opening or to add fusible link ceiling unit for use with suspended ceilings. Rating of 165 degrees Fahrenheit is standard for rolling steel fire doors.
          a.Fusible Links: Interconnected. On both sides of door opening.
          1)Melting Point: 165 degrees F (74 degrees C).
          2)Melting Point (F/C): _____ degrees.
          b.Smoke Detectors: Manufacturer's standard UL labeled. On both sides of wall and door holder release device.
          1)Type: Ionization.
          2)Type: Photo electric.
          c.Heat Rise Detectors: Manufacturer's standard UL labeled. On both sides of wall and door holder release device.
          d.Connected to building fire detection, smoke detection, and alarm systems through manufacturer's UL labeled release device.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete release holder option if automatic closing device specified included a release holder.
          e.Release Holder: Fail safe as an interface between detection device specified and fire rated door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select all options required.
          1)Provide adjustable time delay for up to 10 seconds.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following option should be included if release holder needs to be equipped with a stand-alone battery backup system. If backup power is available from building alarm system, the release holder can receive backup power from that source and does not require a built in battery backup feature.
          2)Provide battery back-up system.
          3)Provide speaker and verbal warning when activated.
          4)Provide warning strobe light when activated.
          5)Provide warning horn when activated.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete manual operation option not required or delete both. Manual push up is available for doors 12 ft-4 inches (3759 mm) wide and 10 ft-4 inches (3150 mm) high. Chain hoist operation is available for doors up to 256 sq ft (23.78 sq m). Doors larger than 256 sq ft (23.78 sq m) require motor operation.
          13.Manual Push Up Operation: Utilize partial spring tension release to initiate closure on alarm.
          a.Governor: If required by size of door. To maintain closing speed range of 6 to 24 inches (152 to 610 mm) per sec per NPFA 80.
          14.Manual Chain Hoist Operation: Utilize enclosed gear reduction operating system, maintaining spring tension when activated by release of a fusible link or release holder.
          a.Simple test design featuring a drop test handle allowing for drop testing and resetting from floor.
          b.Governor: If required by the size of door. To maintain the closing speed range of 6 to 24 inches (152 to 610 mm) per sec per NPFA 80.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete electric motor operation option not required.
          15.Electric Motor Operation: Not required.
          16.Electric Motor Operation: See article " Electric Motor Operation for Overhead Coiling Service Doors, Fire Rate."
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete article if not required.
 
          2.8ELECTRIC MOTOR OPERATION FOR OVERHEAD COILING SERVICE DOORS, FIRE RATED
 
          A.Electric Motor Operator: Fail safe operator unit, listed and approved for use on door. Capacity as recommended and provided by door manufacturer. Maintains spring tension when activated by alarm, and easily reset from floor without requiring tools.
          1.Usage Classification: Electric operator and components capable of operating for not less than number of cycles indicated for each door.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete operator location option not required. If more than one is selected, note which doors are associated with each requirement.
          a.Operator Location: Front of hood.
          b.Operator Location: Wall.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete power supply options not required.
          c.Power Supply: 115 VAC, single phase.
          d.Power Supply: 230 VAC, single phase.
          e.Power Supply: 208/230 VAC, three phase.
          f.Power Supply: 460 VAC, three phase.
          g.Power Supply: 575 VAC, three phase.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station options not required.
          h.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. (standard).
          i.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. Keyed lockout.
          j.Control Station: 24 V, key with open and close contacts.
          k.Control Station: 24 V, key with open/close contacts and stop button.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station mounting options not required.
          l.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Surface. Interior. (standard)
          m.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Flush. Interior.
          n.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 4 Surface. Exterior.
          o.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 4 Flush. Exterior.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if remotes are not required.
          2.Remote Controls:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Three button remote controls can operate up to ???? doors or can be programed to function as Open/ Close/ Stop control. Delete radio receiver option not required.
          a.Radio Receiver: Single button remote control.
          b.Radio Receiver: Three button remote controls.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include subparagraph if Open/ Close/ Stop function is required.
          1)Program remote controls to Open/ Close/ Stop the door.
          c.Transmitters: ________.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if special controls are not required or delete entire paragraph. How special controls are used in operation of door may determine which entrapment protection devices are specified. Sequence of operation is another factor that may determine which controls are best suited to provide the desired operation. Contact manufacturer for more detail.
          3.Special Controls:
          a.Keypad Entry System. Mounting post.
          b.Card Reader System. Mounting post.
          c.Internet connectivity.
          d.Door timer.
          e.Loop detector.
          f.Pull cord.
          g.Vehicle detector.
          4.Primary Entrapment Protection Devices:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For operators complying with UL 325, one of the following monitored entrapment protection devices must be connected or constant contact on the 3-button station "Close" button is required to lower the door. Delete options not required.
          a.NEMA 1 Monitored Photo Sensors: Photo eyes fully monitored, non-contact, infrared beam photo sensor system. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed. Photo sensors to be mounted no higher than 6 inches (152 mm) above floor.
          b.NEMA 4 Monitored Photo Sensors: Photo eyes fully monitored, non-contact, photo beam reversing photo sensor system with NEMA 4 watertight enclosure. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed. Photo sensors to be mounted no higher than 6 inches (152 mm) above floor.
          c.Monitored Electric Sensing Edge: Electric sensing edge fully monitored and connected to operator shall reverse a closing door to full open position when an obstruction is sensed.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Devices are optional. Delete protection device not required or delete both. Used to supplement, but not replace, primary entrapment protection devices for operators complying with UL 325.
          d.Ancillary Entrapment Protection Device: Non-Monitored Electric Sensing Edge. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed.
          e.Ancillary Entrapment Protection Device: Pneumatic Sensing Edge. Reverses closing door to full open position when obstruction is sensed.
 
          2.9OVERHEAD COILING COUNTER SHUTTERS
 
          A.Performance Requirements:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Seismic performance option if not required.
          1.Seismic Performance: Evaluated to withstand earthquake motions determined per ASCE/SEI 7.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Operation of 20 cycles is standard. Delete cycle options not required.
          2.Operation: 20 cycles per day for shutter assembly including operator.
          3.Operation: 20,000 cycles for shutter assembly including operator.
          4.Operation: 50,000 cycles for shutter assembly including operator.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if LEED certification is not required.
          5.LEED Requirements:
          a.Recycled Content, Minimum Percent: ______.
          b.Percent Classified as Post Consumer, Minimum Percent: ______.
 
          B.Overhead Coiling Counter Shutters:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For larger size shutters, contact the manufacturer. Delete basis of design options not required..
          1.Basis of Design: Model 6522 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 1-1/2 x 1/2 inch (38 x 13 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 14 ft-4 inch x 8 ft-4 inch (4369 x 2540 mm).
          2.Basis of Design: Model 6544 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 16 gauge aluminum.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 1-1/2 x 1/2 inch (38 x 13 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 14 ft-4 inch x 8 ft-4 inch (4369 x 2540 mm).
          3.Basis of Design: Model 6566 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Slat Material: 22 gauge stainless steel.
          b.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 1-1/2 x 1/2 inch (38 x 13 mm).
          c.Standard Max (WxH): 14 ft-4 inch x 8 ft-4 inch (4369 x 2540 mm).
          4.Curtain Construction: Interlocking slats.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete material and finish options not required.
          a.Slat Material: Hot-dipped galvanized per ASTM A653, G90 and G60 coating class. Baked on enamel primer coat.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          3)Polyester Finish: None.
          4)Powder Coat Finish: RAL No ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          b.Slat Material: Aluminum Sheet. ASTM B209, alloy and temper best suited to application.
          1)Anodized Aluminum Finish: Clear.
          2)Powder Coat Finish: RAL No ________.
          3)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          c.Slat Material: Stainless Steel Sheet. ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666; Type 304, roll form temper.
          1)Stainless Steel Finish: No. 4.
          d.End Locks: Nylon, attached to every other slat to act as wearing surface and prevent lateral movement.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete bottom bar and finish options not required.
          e.Bottom Bar: Extruded aluminum tube per ASTM B221.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Clear anodized.
          2)Bottom Bar Powder Coat Finish: RAL No ________.
          3)Bottom Bar Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          f.Bottom Bar: Stainless steel angle, per ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666, Type 304, bolted to curtain, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Stainless Steel No. 4.
          g.Guides: Two piece, box shaped guides.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete option if not required.
          1)Pack out angles for between jamb mounting.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete delete guide material and finish options not required.
          2)Guide Material: Aluminum per ASTM B221.
          a)Guide Finish: Clear anodized.
          b)Guide Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          c)Guide Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          3)Guide Material: Stainless steel per ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666; Type 304.
          a)Guide Finish: Mill.
          h.Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate. Precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle.
          i.Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not exceeding 0.03 inch (0.762 mm) per 1 ft (305 mm) of span. Weld threaded rings or lugs to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.
          j.Springs: Tension assembly supported in barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug.
          k.Hood: Fit within head plates with intermediate supports as required.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete hood material and finish options not required.
          1)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel.
          a)Hood Finish: Match curtain finish.
          b)Hood Polyester Finish: Gray.
          c)Hood Polyester Finish: White.
          d)Hood Polyester Finish: Tan.
          e)Hood Polyester Finish: Brown.
          f)Hood Polyester Finish: None.
          g)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          h)Hood Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          2)Hood Material: Minimum 20 gauge aluminum.
          a)Hood Finish: Clear anodized.
          b)Hood Finish: Powder Coat: RAL No. ________.
          c)Hood Finish: Powder Coat: Match curtain.
          3)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge stainless steel.
          a)Hood Finish: No. 4 polished stainless steel.
          4)Head plate covers to match hood.
          5)Weather Seal: Tubular vinyl bottom seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Locks are standard for manually operated shutters. Cylinder lock with handle throw is standard for steel and aluminum shutters. Slide bolt locks are standard for stainless steel shutters. Delete locking mechanism and key options not required.
          l.Locking Mechanism: Cylinder lock.
          1)Keyed opposite coil side of shutter with thumb turn on coil side.
          2)Keyed on both sides of the shutter.
          a)Locking Mechanism: Steel slide bolt locks with padlock provisions.
          3)Keyed on both sides of the shutter.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For specifying locks on motorized shutters. Delete if manually operated or does not require locks.
          5.Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated shutters with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when shutter is locked.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete mounting options not required.
          6.Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel.
          7.Mounting: Face of wall and under lintel.
          8.Mounting: Between jamb and above lintel.
          9.Mounting: Between jamb and under lintel.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Manual push up is available for shutters up to 10 feet 4 inches wide and 8 feet 4 inches high. Awning crank operation is available on all other sizes. Delete manual operation option not required or delete both.
          10.Manual Operation: Push up.
          11.Manual Operation: Awning crank.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include the following paragraph if electric motor operation is required. Delete the entire paragraph if not required.
          12.Electric Motor Operator: UL listed and labeled. Size as recommended by manufacturer.
          a.Shutter Operation Speed: 8 to 12 inches per second.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** If more than one operator location is selected, note which shutters are associated with each requirement. Delete operator location option not required.
          b.Operator Location: Internally mounted in barrel.
          c.Operator Location: Externally mounted on drive side of shutter.
          d.Power Supply: 115 VAC, single phase.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station options not required.
          e.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. (standard)
          f.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. Keyed lockout.
          g.Control Station: 24 V, key with open and close contacts.
          h.Control Station: 24 V, key with open/close contacts and stop button.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station mounting options not required.
          i.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Surface. Interior. (standard)
          j.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Flush. Interior.
          k.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 4 Surface. Exterior.
          l.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 4 Flush. Exterior.
 
          2.10OVERHEAD COILING COUNTER SHUTTERS, FIRE RATED
 
          A.Performance Requirements:
          1.Fire Door Construction: Conform to UL 10B.
          2.Installed Fire Door Assembly: Conform to NFPA 80.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete Seismic performance option if not required.
          3.Seismic Performance: Evaluated to withstand earthquake motions determined per ASCE/SEI 7.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Operation of 20 cycles is standard. Delete cycle options not required.
          4.Operation: 20 cycles per day for shutter assembly including operator.
          5.Operation: 20,000 cycles for shutter assembly including operator.
          6.Operation: 50,000 cycles for shutter assembly including operator.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if LEED certification is not required.
          7.LEED Requirements:
          a.Recycled Content, Minimum Percent: ______.
          b.Percent Classified as Post Consumer, Minimum Percent: ______.
 
          B.Overhead Coiling Counter Shutters, Fire Rated:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For larger size shutters, contact the manufacturer. Delete basis of design options not required.
          1.Basis of Design: Model 7522 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 3/4 hour. UL listed.
          b.Hour Rating: 1-1/2 hours. UL listed.
          c.Hour Rating: 3 hours. UL listed.
          d.Slat Material: 22 gauge galvanized steel.
          e.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 1-1/2 x 1/2 inch (38 x 13 mm).
          f.Standard Max (WxH): 14 ft-4 inch x 8 ft-4 inch (4369 x 2540 mm).
          2.Basis of Design: Model 7566 as manufactured by C.H.I. Overhead Doors.
          a.Hour Rating: 3/4 hour. UL listed.
          b.Hour Rating: 1-1/2 hours. UL listed.
          c.Hour Rating: 3 hours. UL listed.
          d.Slat Material: 22 gauge stainless steel.
          e.Slat Profile (HxD): Flat, 1-1/2 x 1/2 inch (38 x 13 mm).
          f.Standard Max (WxH): 14 ft-4 inch x 8 ft-4 inch (4369 x 2540 mm).
          3.Curtain Construction: Interlocking slats.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete material and finish options not required.
          a.Slat Material: Galvanized steel. Hot-dipped galvanized in accordance with ASTM A653 and with baked on enamel primer coat and polyester finish coat.
          1)Polyester Finish: Gray.
          2)Polyester Finish: White.
          3)Polyester Finish: None.
          4)Powder Coat Finish; RAL No: ________.
          5)Powder Coat Finish: Custom color match.
          b.Slat Material: Stainless Steel Sheet: ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666; Type 304, roll form temper.
          1)Stainless Steel Finish: No. 4.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete bottom bar and finish options not required.
          c.Bottom Bar: Steel angle bolted to curtain, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Painted black. (standard)
          2)Bottom Bar Finish: Hot dipped galvanized.
          3)Bottom Bar Finish: Cold galvanizing.
          4)Bottom Bar Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          5)Bottom Bar Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          d.Bottom Bar: Stainless steel angle bolted to curtain, with adjustable tubular compression weather seal.
          1)Bottom Bar Finish: Stainless steel No. 4.
          e.Guides: Two piece, box shaped guides.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete option if not required.
          1)Pack out angles for between jamb mounting.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete delete guide and finish options not required.
          2)Guide Material: Aluminum per ASTM B221.
          a)Guide Finish: Clear anodized.
          b)Guide Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          c)Guide Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          3)Guide Material: Stainless steel per ASTM A480/A480M or ASTM A666; Type 304.
          a)Guide Finish: Mill.
          f.Head Plate: Rectangular steel plate. Precision sealed ball bearings supporting drive side axle.
          g.Barrel Assembly: Steel pipe sized for maximum deflection under full load not exceeding 0.03 inch (0.762 mm) per 1 ft (305 mm) of span. Weld threaded rings or lugs to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.
          h.Springs: Tension assembly supported in barrel by precision ball bearings. Curtain weight counterbalanced by oil tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shafts with cast spring plug.
          i.Hood: Fit within head plates with intermediate supports as required.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete hood material and finish options not required.
          1)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel.
          a)Hood Finish: Match curtain finish.
          b)Hood Polyester Finish: Gray.
          c)Hood Polyester Finish: White.
          d)Hood Polyester Finish: Tan.
          e)Hood Polyester Finish: Brown.
          f)Hood Polyester Finish: None.
          g)Hood Powder Coat Finish: RAL No. ________.
          h)Hood Powder Coat Finish: Match curtain.
          2)Hood Material: Minimum 24 gauge stainless steel.
          a)Hood Finish: No. 4 polished stainless steel.
          3)Head plate covers to match hood.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if smoke seals and labels are not required.
          j.Smoke Seals: Replaceable smoke seal perimeter gaskets or brushes for smoke and draft control as required for shutter listing and labeling by a qualified testing agency.
          1)Smoke Label: Provide shutters with U.L. "S" label in addition to the fire shutter label to certify smoke control listing.
          k.Weather Seal: Tubular vinyl bottom seal.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Locks are standard for manually operated shutterPlated steel slide bolt locks is standard. Stainless steel slide locks are optional. Delete locking mechanism option not required.
          4.Locking Mechanism: Plated steel slide bolt locks with padlock provisions.
          5.Locking Mechanism: Stainless steel slide bolt locks with padlock provisions.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** For specifying locks on motorized shutters. Delete if manually operated or does not require locks.
          6.Interlock Switches: Equip power-operated shutters with safety interlock switch to disengage power supply when shutter is locked.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete mounting options not required.
          7.Mounting: Face of wall and above lintel.
          8.Mounting: Face of wall and under lintel.
          9.Mounting: Between jamb and above lintel.
          10.Mounting: Between jamb and under lintel.
          11.Jamb Construction: Comply with fire shutter listing.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select one of the following 6 jamb construction options. If more than one is selected, note which shutters are associated with each requirement.
          a.Solid Masonry: Anchor bolt fasteners.
          b.Hollow Masonry: Through bolt fasteners and crush plates.
          c.Stacked Brick: Through bolt fasteners and crush plates.
          d.Steel Jambs: Self tapping fasteners.
          e.Steel Frame Covered With Gypsum: Self tapping fasteners.
          f.Wood Jambs: Provide wood lag bolts.
          12.Automatic Closing Device: Or release holder mechanism and governor unit complying with NFPA 80. Automatic closing device activated by the following:
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete paragraphs below not required. Meet project requirements and requirements of authorities having jurisdiction. If more than one option is required, identify primary and secondary closing devices. Fusible links complies with NFPA 80 requirements for fusible links on both sides of the shutter opening. Revise paragraph if not required on both sides of the shutter opening or to add fusible link ceiling unit for use with suspended ceilings. Rating of 165 degrees Fahrenheit is standard for rolling steel fire shutters.
          a.Fusible Links: Interconnected. On both sides of shutter opening.
          1)Melting Point: 165 degrees F (74 degrees C).
          2)Melting Point (F/C): _____ degrees.
          b.Smoke Detectors: Manufacturer's standard UL labeled. On both sides of wall and shutter holder release device.
          1)Type: Ionization.
          2)Type: Photo electric.
          c.Heat Rise Detectors: Manufacturer's standard UL labeled. On both sides of wall and shutter holder release device.
          d.Connected to building fire detection, smoke detection, and alarm systems through manufacturer's UL labeled release device.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete release holder option if automatic closing device specified included a release holder.
          e.Release Holder: Fail safe as an interface between detection device specified and fire rated shutter.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Select all options required.
          1)Provide adjustable time delay for up to 10 seconds.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The following option should be included if release holder needs to be equipped with a stand-alone battery backup system. If backup power is available from building alarm system, the release holder can receive backup power from that source and does not require a built in battery backup feature.
          2)Provide battery back-up system.
          3)Provide speaker and verbal warning when activated.
          4)Provide warning strobe light when activated.
          5)Provide warning horn when activated.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete manual operation option not required or delete both. Manual push up is available for shutters 12 ft-4 inches (3759 mm) wide and 10 ft-4 inches (3150 mm) high. Chain hoist operation is available for shutters up to 256 sq ft (23.78 sq m). Shutters larger than 256 sq ft (23.78 sq m) require motor operation.
          13.Manual Push Up Operation: Utilize partial spring tension release to initiate closure on alarm.
          a.Governor: If required by size of shutter. To maintain closing speed range of 6 to 24 inches (152 to 610 mm) per sec per NPFA 80.
          14.Manual Awning Crank Operation: Utilize partial spring tension release to initiate closure on alarm.
          a.Governor: If required by size of shutter. To maintain closing speed range of 6 to 24 inches (152 to 610 mm) per sec per NPFA 80.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete if electric motor operation is not required.
          15.Electric Motor Operator: Fail safe operator unit, listed and approved for use on shutter. Capacity as recommended and provided by shutter manufacturer. Maintains spring tension when activated by alarm, and easily reset from floor without requiring tools.
          a.Usage Classification: Electric operator and components capable of operating for not less than number of cycles indicated for each shutter.
          b.Operator Location: Externally mounted on drive side of shutter.
          c.Power Supply: 115 VAC, single phase.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station options not required.
          d.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. (standard)
          e.Control Station: 24 V, 3-button. Open, close, stop. Keyed lockout.
          f.Control Station: 24 V, key with open and close contacts.
          g.Control Station: 24 V, key with open/close contacts and stop button.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete control station mounting options not required.
          h.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Surface. Interior. (standard)
          i.Control Station Mounting: NEMA 1 Flush. Interior.
 
          PART 3EXECUTION
 
          3.1EXAMINATION
 
          A.Examine substrates, areas, and conditions for compliance with requirements for substrate construction and other conditions affecting performance of the work.
 
          B.Examine locations of electrical connections.
 
          C.Proceed with installation only after all unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
 
          3.2INSTALLATION
 
          A.Install door and shutter assembly in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
 
          B.Anchor to adjacent construction without distortion or stress.
 
          C.Fit and align door and shutter assembly including hardware, plumb, level and square to ensure smooth operation.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if doors and shutters are manually operated.
 
          D.Make wiring connections between power supply and operator and between operator and controls.
 
          3.3ADJUSTING
 
          A.Adjust hardware and moving parts so that doors operate smoothly throughout full operating range.
 
          B.Adjust seals to provide a tight fit around the entire perimeter.
 
          3.4DEMONSTRATION
 
          A.Demonstrate proper operation to Owner.
 
          B.Perform fire door and shutter drop tests in presence of Owner or owner's representative. Require signature for manufacturer supplied drop test form.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the following paragraph if maintenance service is not required for this project.
 
          3.5MAINTENANCE SERVICE
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Maintenance service frequency should be determined by the usage of the door and the environment in which they are installed.
 
          A.Initial Maintenance Service: Beginning at Substantial Completion.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete full maintenance options not required.
          1.Full Maintenance: 3 months by skilled employees of installing company.
          2.Full Maintenance: 6 months by skilled employees of installing company.
          3.Full Maintenance: 9 months by skilled employees of installing company.
          4.Full Maintenance: 12 months by skilled employees of installing company.
          5.Preventative Maintenance: Repair or replace worn or defective components. Lubricate, clean, and adjust as required for door or shutter operation.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete maintenance frequency options not required.
          a.Maintenance Frequency: Monthly.
          b.Maintenance Frequency: Quarterly.
          6.Parts and Supplies: Manufacturer's authorized replacement parts and supplies.
          ** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** The second paragraph adds appreciable cost and is general retained only for critical locations. Delete callback service option not required.
          7.Callback Service: Maintenance, including emergency callback service during normal working hours.
          8.Callback Service: Maintenance, 24 hours per day, seven days per week, emergency callback service.
 
         
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