Servicing the Total Door: Hinge Replacement

When electronic access control is being added to an existing opening, power transfer hinges are an excellent choice. Pemko offers standard and electrically modified continuous hinges for door repair projects as well as upgrade projects.


If you do new install or retrofit access control, then door repairs are nothing new to you. Unfortunately, all too often we will quote an installation without giving appropriate attention to the general condition of the door and opening. There may be several reasons for this. One typical...


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These products meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.21-2006 Standard for Thresholds, ANSI / BHMA A156.22-2005 Standard for Door Gasketing Systems, or ANSI / BHMA A156.26-2000 Standard for Continuous Hinges.

Edge Seals - Fire UL10C - Positive Pressure: Products indicated by this symbol are classified as gasket material for use on listed steel frames and classified hollow metal steel composite type fire doors rated up to and including 3 hours, wood composite type fire doors rated up to and including 1-1/2 hours and wood core fire doors rated 20 minutes . These products have been tested to meet the requirements of UL10B and UL10C, Fire Tests of Door Assemblies, UBC 7-2 Fire Tests of Door Assemblies Part I-1997 and NFPA 252 with the neutral pressure plane at 40”.

These products meet the requirements for Category G - Edge Seals. Specific requirements for these products are attached to the approvals. Contact Pemko for individual product approvals.

Fire UL - 76Y2: Products indicated by this symbol are listed as continuous hinges for use on hollow-metal, metal-clad, composite (steel, wood and plastic overed ), sheet metal and wood core type fire doors as indicated in the individual listings. These products have been tested and meet the requirements of UL 10B - Negative Pressure and UL 10C - Positive Pressure, Fire Tests of Door Assemblies, UBC 7-2 Fire Tests, Part 1-1997 and NFPA 252 with the neutral pressure plane at 40”.

 

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