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Item No PART 1 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 PART 2 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 Title Page No

GENERAL............................................................................................................ 1 DESCRIPTION OF WORK .................................................................................. 1 SECTION INCLUDES .......................................................................................... 1 RELATED SECTIONS ......................................................................................... 2 REFERENCES..................................................................................................... 2 DEFINITIONS....................................................................................................... 5 SUBMITTALS....................................................................................................... 8 QUALITY CONTROL ......................................................................................... 10 HEALTH AND SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS.................................................... 11 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 12 WARRANTY....................................................................................................... 13 COORDINATION WITH OTHER TRADES........................................................ 13 DELIVERY, HANDLING AND STORAGE ......................................................... 13 PRODUCTS ....................................................................................................... 15 GENERAL .......................................................................................................... 15 HINGES.............................................................................................................. 15 LOCKSETS AND LATCHSETS ......................................................................... 18 STRIKES ............................................................................................................ 21 CYLINDERS....................................................................................................... 21 DOOR CLOSING DEVICES .............................................................................. 22 DOOR COORDINATORS .................................................................................. 24 ARMORPLATES, KICKPLATES, AND MOP PLATES...................................... 24 PUSH-PULL PLATES ........................................................................................ 25 PUSH-PULL BARS ............................................................................................ 25

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ASTRAGALS...................................................................................................... 25 THRESHOLDS................................................................................................... 25 WEATHERSTRIPPING...................................................................................... 25 DOOR STOPS OR BUMPERS .......................................................................... 26 DOOR HOLDER ................................................................................................ 26 DOOR SILENCER ............................................................................................. 26 DOOR VIEWER ................................................................................................. 26 FLUSH BOLTS/SURFACE BOLTS ................................................................... 26 FASTENERS...................................................................................................... 27 CABINET HARDWARE...................................................................................... 27 KEYS AND KEYING .......................................................................................... 28 FINISHES........................................................................................................... 29 EXECUTION ...................................................................................................... 31 EXAMINATION .................................................................................................. 31 INSTALLATION.................................................................................................. 31 LOCATION OF HARDWARE ON HINGED DOORS ......................................... 34 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL .............................................................................. 36 CLEANING AND ADJUSTING........................................................................... 36 PROTECTION OF FINISHED WORK ............................................................... 37 HARDWARE SCHEDULE.................................................................................. 37

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PART 1

GENERAL

1.01 DESCRIPTION OF WORK A. This Section covers the furnishing and installation of finish hardware and shall include all necessary fixings and fastenings. The Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, tools, and equipment for a complete and operable facility.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. S. T. Hinges Locks and Latches Strikes Cylinders Door Closing Devices Door Coordinators Armor-Plates, Kick-Plates and Mop-Plates Push-Pull Plates Push-Pull Bars Astragals Thresholds Weatherstripping Door Stops/Door Bumpers Door Holders Door Silencers Door Viewer Flush Bolts Fasteners Cabinet Hardware Keys and Keying

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1.03 RELATED SECTIONS A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. Section 01320 Section 01330 Section 01410 Section 01450 Section 01650 Section 01660 Section 01740 Section 01780 Section 01810 Section 02820 Section 06410 Section 08110 Section 08120 Section 08210 Section 08330 Section 08720 Section 09910 Section 09930 Construction Progress Documentation Submittal Procedures Regulatory Requirements Quality Control Product Delivery Requirements Product Storage and Handling Requirements Cleaning Closeout Submittals Demonstration and Training Fences and Gates Custom Cabinet Steel Doors and Frames Aluminum Doors and Frames Wood Doors Coiling Doors and Grille Weatherstripping and Seal Paints Stains and Transparent Finishes

1.04 REFERENCES A. The referred codes and standards are intended to provide an acceptable level of quality for materials and products. In case of conflict between these standards and the text of this specification, the specification text shall govern. The latest revision of the referred codes and standards shall be used wherever applicable. In case of conflict, the Contractor shall propose equipment confirming to one group of codes and standards. ANSI/BHMA American National Standards Manufacturers Association Institute/ Builders Hardware

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ANSI/BHMA A156.1

American National Standard for Butts and Hinges

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ANSI/BHMA A156.2

American National Standard Preassembled Locks & Latches

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ANSI/BHMA A156.3 ANSI/BHMA A156.4

American National Standard for Exit Devices American national standard for Door Controls Closers American National Standard for Auxiliary Locks & Associated Products American National Standard for Architectural Door Trim American National Standard for Template Hinge Dimensions American National Standard for Door ControlsOverhead Stops and Holders American National Standard for Cabinet Hardware American National Standard Inter connected Locks & Latches American National Standard for Mortise Locks & Latches American National Standard for Sliding & Folding Door Hardware American National Standard for Closer Holder Release Devices American Hardware National Standard for Auxiliary

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ANSI/BHMA A156.5

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ANSI/BHMA A156.6

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ANSI/BHMA A156.7

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ANSI/BHMA A156.8

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ANSI/BHMA A156.9 ANSI/BHMA A156.12

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ANSI/BHMA A156.13

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ANSI/BHMA A156.14

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ANSI/BHMA A156.15

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ANSI/BHMA A156.16

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ANSI/BHMA A156.17

American National Standard for Self Closing Hinges & Pivots American National Standard for Materials and Finishes American National Standard for Strap and Tee Hinges and Hasps American National Standard for Threshold American National Standard for Electromagnetic Locks American National Standard for Delayed Egress Locks

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ANSI/BHMA A156.18

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ANSI/BHMA A156.20

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ANSI/BHMA A156.21 ANSI/BHMA A156.23

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ANSI/BHMA A156.24

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BHMA 600 BHMA 605 BHMA 632

Primed for Painting Bright Brass (Brass as Base Material) Bright Brass (Steel as Base Material) American National Standard /International Code Council American National Standard for Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities

ANSI/ICC 1.

ANSI/ICC A117.1

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ASTM 1. ASTM A167

American Society for Testing and Materials Standard Specification for Stainless and HeatResisting Chromium-Nickel Steel Plate, Sheet and Strip Standard Classification System Products in Automotive Application for Rubber

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ASTM D2000

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ASTM D2287

Standard Classification System for Non-rigid Vinyl Chloride Polymer and Copolymer Molding and Extrusion Compounds Standard Test Method for Determining the Rate of Air Leakage Through Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors Under Specified Pressure Differences Across the Specimen Standard Classification of Rating Sound Insulation Standard Test Method for Fire Tests of Door Assemblies, Including Positive Pressure Testing of Side-Hinged and Pivoted Swinging Door Assemblies

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ASTM E283

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ASTM E413 ASTM E2074

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DHI 1. 2. A115.1G

Door and Hardware Institute Installation Guide for Doors and Hardware Specifications for Steel Doors and Frame Preparation Hardware; Door and Hardware Institute Specifications for Wood Preparation for Hardware Door and Frame

DHI A115 Series

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DHI A115W Series

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DHI (LOCS)

Recommended Locations for Architectural Hardware for Standard Steel Doors and Frames Recommended Locations for Hardware for Wood Flush Doors Architectural

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NFPA 1. 2. NFPA 80 NFPA 101

National Fire Protection Association Fire Doors and Windows Code for Safety to Life from Fire in Buildings and Structures Uniform Building Code Underwriters Laboratories Inc ANSI/UL 1034 Burglary Resistant Electric Locking Mechanisms

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UBC UL 1.

1.05 DEFINITIONS A. anchor hinge: A heavy weight hinge with each leaf extended to its top edge and bent to form a flange that fastens to the top edge of door or to the frame rabbet. active door or leaf: The first operating door of a pair of doors. armor-plate: A plate that can be of various materials and thicknesses applied to a door, either externally or internally, and can extend to the full height and width of the door. bolt: A metal bar which, when actuated, is projected (thrown) either horizontally or vertically into a retaining member, such as a strike plate to prevent a door from moving or opening. butt hinge: A hinge with rectangular leaves, usually of the same size, and multiple bearing contacts. butt joint: Intersecting members which are not mitered. coordinator: A mechanism which controls the order of closing of a pair of swing doors; used with doors equipped with overlapping astragals and certain panic and fire exit hardware which requires one door to close ahead of the other. cut-out: An opening in the hollow metal door or frame to accommodate hardware, glazing, louvers or other options. cylinder: The cylindrical mechanism which receives the key used to operate a lock. There are two basic types: 1. mortise type: Having a threaded surface which screws directly into a lock case, with a cam engaging the lock mechanism. rim type: Mounted on the surface of the door independently of lock, usually by screws from the reverse side, and engaging with the lock mechanism by means of a tail-piece or metal extension.

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cylindrical (bored): A cylindrical lock with the cylinder through the knob or lever. It is installed in a door having one hole through the thickness of the door and another in

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from the edge. K. L. cylinder lock: A lock in which the locking mechanism is controlled by a cylinder. deadbolt (of a lock): A lock bolt having no spring action or bevel; and which is operated by a key or a thumb turn. deadlatch: A latch having an auxiliary feature which prevents its retraction by end pressure when in the projected position. deadlock: A lock in which a bolt is moved by means of a key or thumb turn, and which is positively held in its projected position. A lock equipped with a deadbolt only. deadlock and latch: A hardware item containing both a deadbolt and a latchbolt. door closer: A device or mechanism to control the closing of a swing door; may be overhead or floor mounted and either exposed or concealed. door stop: A device to stop the swing or movement of a door at a certain point. Also, an architectural term defining that part of a door frame against which the door closes. double acting door: A door equipped with hardware which permits it to swing to either side of the plane of its frame. electric strike: An electric device that permits releasing of the door from a remote control. escutcheon: A decorative door handle plate attached to the stile directly behind the handle(s). Generally square or rectangular shaped. exit device: A door locking device that grants instant exit when someone presses a crossbar to release the locking bolt or latch. finish hardware: Hardware that has a finished appearance as well as a functional purpose and that may be considered a part of the decorative treatment of a room or building. Also termed Architectural. flush bolt: A rod or bolt which is mounted flush with the edge or the face of the inactive door of a pair, to lock the door to the frame at the head and/or sill. When mounted in the edge, operation is by means of recessed lever. footbolt: A locking rod device installed vertically in the stile or astragal of a door or screen which when activated secures the panel or screen in a stationary position. kick-plate: Door plate fixed across the bottom of a door leaf. hand (of lock, etc.): A term used to indicate the direction of swing or movement, and locking security side of a door. hardware: Any mechanism which is designed to perform an operable function in the use of a door and frame. hardware set: The itemized listing of hardware that is specified to be installed on an opening or group of openings. The hardware set also includes handing, fire ratings

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and opening numbers. CC. hardware schedule: Complete listing of all hardware specified for the project organized by opening numbers including hardware sets, manufacturers names, template numbers, and special hardware locations. headbolt: A locking rod device installed vertically in the stile or astragal of a door or screen which when activated secures the door in a stationary position. hinge: A hardware device generally consisting of two metal plates having loops formed along one edge of each to engage and rotate about a common pivot rod or "pin;" used to suspend and support a swing door in its frame. labeled door or frame: A door or frame that conforms to all applicable requirements, in respect to fire resistance, of a nationally recognized authority and bears a label designating the fire resistance rating.

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GG. latch: A hardware mechanism having a spring-activated beveled-end bolt, retractable by a knob or lever handle, but no locking device; used to hold a door in its closed position. See also Deadlatch. A beveled end latch bolt, usually operated by a knob, handle or turn piece. HH. latchbolt: A bevelled spring bolt, which is operated by the hardware mechanism. See Latch. lock: A hardware mechanism having a retractable bolt operated by a key, thumb turn or other means, and designed to hold a door securely closed against unauthorized opening. lockset: A complete door lock system comprised of the lock mechanism together with knobs, keys, plates, strikes and other accessories. master key: A key designed to operate a group of cylinders, each of which may be set to a different individual key. master keying: A system of keying cylinders so that one master key will operate all of them, secondary keys will operate only certain groups of them, and other keys will operate only certain individual cylinders. An infinite number of combinations are available, and the keying system must be set up by the cylinder manufacturer.

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MM. mortise: A cavity made to receive a lock or other hardware, also that the act of making such a cavity. NN. mortise lock (or latch): A lock designed to be installed in a mortise rather than applied to the doors surface.

OO. parliament hinge: Butt hinge with a projecting pivot that allows the door leaf to clear projections from the wall within the limits of the hinge pivot projection. PP. panic hardware: Hardware similar to exit Hardware, but which has been tested and labeled for use only on emergency exit doors which are not fire doors.

QQ. paumelle hinge: Hinge which is available in a wide range of layouts as two or three part hinge; i.e. hinge for aluminum doors, which by some manufacturers is even

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called a pivot hinge. RR. pivot hinges: A hinge with a fixed pin and a single joint having a height less than the adjacent hinge leaves (ANSI/BHMA A156.1). push plate: Door plate fixed on a door leaf that is usually unfastened and has a self closing device. rabbet: The abutting edges of a pair of doors or windows, shaped to provide a tight fit. reversible lock: A lock that by reversing the latch bolt may be used by any hand. On certain types of locks, other parts must also be changed. rose: A circular cover plate attached to the stile directly behind a knob or door handle. May be plain or have a decorative design embossed into the cover.

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WW. shank (of a handle): The projecting stem of handle into which the spindle is fastened. XX. silencer: A small piece of resilient material attached to the stop on a frame to cushion the closing of a door. spindle (of a handle): The bar or tube connected with the knob or lever handle that passes through the hub of the lock or otherwise engages the mechanism to transmit the handle action to the bolt(s). spring hinge: hinge that includes a spring that closes a door leaf automatically, either single or double action.

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AAA. spring pivot: Pivot hinge that includes a spring that closes a door leaf automatically, either single or double action. BBB. strap hinge: Hinge with a pin and two elongated tapered flaps. CCC. stop (of a lock): The button, or other small device that serves to lock the latch bolt against the outside handle or thumb piece or unlock it if locked. Another type holds the bolt retracted. DDD. strike: An opening or a retaining device provided in the head or a jamb of a frame, or in the edge of a meeting stile of an inactive door to receive a lock or latch. EEE. template (for hardware): A precise detailed layout or pattern for providing the necessary preparation of a door or frame to receive hardware. FFF. templated hardware: Hardware manufactured in accordance with a specific template. 1.06 SUBMITTALS A. The Contractor shall submit to the Royal Commission, under the provisions of SECTION 01330, the following items for review and approval before commencing Work:

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Product Data a) Manufacturer's data sheets on product to be used, including: 1) 2) Preparation instructions and recommendations. Detailed installation diagrams and instructions.

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Hardware List and Catalogue Cuts a) List of builders' hardware accompanied by manufacturers' catalogue cuts for each different item. List shall be submitted in the following form:

Hardware Item

Reference Publication Type No.

Mfrs. Name and Catalog No.

UL Mark(if Fire- BHMA Finish Rated and Designation Listed)

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Hardware Schedule a) After approval of submitted hardware list and certificates but before hardware is delivered to jobsite, the Contractor shall submit a hardware schedule for approval. Schedule shall include for each item quantities, manufacturer's catalog numbers, descriptive information and location and hardware set identification, corresponding reference publication type number to manufacturer's catalog number, list of abbreviations, key-control symbols indicating keying system, and UL mark (if fire-rated and listed).

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Certificates of Compliance and Test Reports a) The Contractor shall submit for approval concurrently with hardware list, certification from manufacturer that hardware conforms to requirements specified herein. Submit certified copies of reports of tests required in referenced publications for hardware items specified. The Contractor shall conduct testing either in manufacturer's plant certified by an independent testing laboratory or in an independent laboratory within 4 months prior to submittal of reports for approval. When test reports of previously tested hardware are submitted, they shall be accompanied with certification from manufacturer that previously tested hardware is of same type, quality, manufacture, and make as that proposed for current project.

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Samples a) Selection Samples 1) Prior to submittals of the last draft of the hardware schedule, and prior to any delivery of hardware, the Contractor shall submit to the Royal Commission for review 1 sample of each exposed hardware unit, finished as specified, and tagged with full description for coordination with the schedule. Samples will be

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returned to the supplier and shall not be installed in the work except with prior review and approval of the Royal Commission. b) Verification Samples 1) Two samples of each type of hardware item that will be exposed in completed work.

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The Contractor shall be responsible for the quality of all the purchased items, and shall develop and submit a Supplier Quality Inspection Plan for review. The inspection plan shall cover those items intended for shop inspection and the procedures for carrying out the same.

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Templates a) Templates shall be furnished in a timely manner to the various door and frame provisions in their work to receive the specified hardware and deliver his products to the Project site on schedule.

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Key System a) The Contractor shall prepare the key system schedule and related drawings and submit for review by the Royal Commission.

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Operation and Maintenance Data a) The Contractor shall provide schedule and data for operation and maintenance of hardware.

1.07 QUALITY CONTROL A. The Contractor shall be responsible for the quality of work and shall develop and propose programs and methods of construction and testing such as to achieve the specified quality to the approval of the Royal Commission in accordance with SECTION 01450. Qualifications 1. Qualifications of Manufacturers a) Products used in the work of this Section shall be produced by manufacturers regularly engaged in manufacture of similar items and with a history of successful production acceptable to the Royal Commission.

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Qualifications of Installers a) The Contractor shall use adequate number of skilled workmen who are thoroughly trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and who are completely familiar with the specified requirements and the methods needed for proper performance of work.

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Contractors site supervisor(s) shall have knowledge of referenced standards

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and at least 5 years of documented experience. C. All work shall be of the best quality. The Contractor shall not deviate from the plans or specifications. If any error or conflict appear the same is to be referred to the Royal Commission before the work is commenced. The Contractor shall comply with the applicable provisions of the specified codes and standards, except as otherwise shown or specified in the drawings. The hardware supplier and manufacturer shall be technically qualified and experienced in scheduling, detailing, and fitting and adjusting finish hardware and shall provide written documentation to the Royal Commission to qualify as an approved vendor. Refinements such as butt knuckle clearance, strike lip length adjustment, beveling or rabbeting or rounding of lock faces, and centering of backsets will be expected and shall be included in the suppliers' hardware schedule. Hardware supplier shall be certified by hardware manufacturer for installation of its hardware. Internal Quality Control 1. Contractors internal quality control shall include but not be limited to: a) Checking suppliers test certificates and certificates of compliance to conform to specification and referenced standards prior to assembly or installation. Checking suppliers delivery tickets for compliance with supply order and specification.

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1.08 HEALTH AND SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS A. All works undertaken in relation to this Specification are to be completed in full accordance with the respective health and safety requirements established by the following: 1. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a) 2. Legislation, Regulation, Standards and Codes.

Royal Commission Regulations a) Standards, Contractual Conditions, and Health and Safety Systems.

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Contractor a) Health and Safety Standards and Systems as accepted by the Royal Commission.

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In the absence of any of the above, best accepted industry practice shall be employed throughout.

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1.09 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS A. Hardware 1. Hardware of the same kind or type shall be product of one manufacturer, except that lock cylinders may be products of different manufacturers, modified as necessary to provide specified function or operation.

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Hardware Reinforcement 1. Reinforcement for attachment of hardware to metal doors and frames shall be in accordance with SECTION 08110.

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Material Substitution 1. Substitution of materials will not be permitted except where specifically provided for herein.

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The finish hardware supplier shall carefully review floor plans, door specified hardware against all applicable codes and reference standards and shall notify the Royal Commission of any conflicts. If specified items do not work properly, or items required by code are missing from the approved schedule, the Royal Commission shall be notified in writing prior to bid date. Modifications required after award of a Contract, shall be made by the supplier at no additional cost to the Royal Commission. All finish hardware submittals shall be submitted to the Royal Commission within 45 days of a signed Contract. If the finish hardware submittals are not submitted within the time requirement, the Contractor shall furnish the hardware specified by catalog numbers. This is to expedite delivery of templates to the door and frame suppliers in ample time, to prevent delaying the work. The Contractor shall furnish templates to other suppliers as required to facilitate the correct size and location of mortising, reinforcing, drilling, and tapping of doors and frames. When all finish hardware submittals are finalized and accepted by the Royal Commission, the Contractor shall provide the Royal Commission with manufacturer's product data assembled in binders which shall include manufacturer's published technical descriptions, installation and operation instructions, special tools required to adjust and maintenance recommendations for each type of hardware and for the key cabinet furnished in the Project. The Contractor shall neatly mark out those items on the manufacturer's published data sheets which are not applicable to this Project. Labeled Hardware 1. Finish hardware for all fire rated doors shall comply with NFPA 80 and 101 and Underwriters Laboratories (UL). All finish hardware for rated doors shall be marked with a UL label. Panic exit devices shall be installed on doors serving as an exit as per Contract Drawings.

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Design 1. Trim shall be plain or modern in appearance, as approved by the Royal Commission. Lever handles shall ANSI/BHMA A156.2. meet the performance requirements of

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Shanks shall be screw less type. Roses shall be concealed screw or screw less type. Strikes shall be ANSI/BHMA standard sizes for type locks and grades scheduled.

1.10 WARRANTY A. B. C. Refer to SECTION 01780 for additional warranty requirements. Three-Knuckle hinges shall have lifetime warranty. Warranty shall provide for the immediate repair or replacement of material and systems that were defective prior, during and after installation. Warranty shall include necessary adjustments and temporary repairs to maintain normal operation during warranty period.

1.11 COORDINATION WITH OTHER TRADES A. The Contractor shall study the drawings, details, and Shop Drawings of other trades to determine that proper screws, bolts and nuts, and back sets are provided in each instance with or for each hardware item to ensure proper fixing. Lock reinforcement plates shall be furnished on hollow metal doors receiving cylindrical locksets.

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1.12 DELIVERY, HANDLING AND STORAGE A. The Contractor shall deliver, handle and store hardware units and accessories in accordance with SECTIONS 01650 and 01660, as well as the following requirements: 1. Storage and handling shall in accordance with the Conditions of Contract and provisions of SECTION 01660. Delivery and Marking a) The Contractor shall deliver items of hardware to jobsite in their original individual containers, complete with necessary appurtenances including screws, keys and instructions. Mark each individual container with manufacturer's name and catalogue number as it appears in the

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hardware schedule. 3. All materials shall be protected from physical/mechanical damage before, during, and after installation. Hardware shall be stored above ground in weather tight enclosures until installation. Uninstalled hardware shall be stored in a secured location to provide protection from weather, theft, vandalism, and damage from work of other trades. The Contractor shall inspect hardware items upon delivery to assure that specified products have been received.

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PART 2

PRODUCTS

2.01 GENERAL A. All goods and products covered by these Specifications shall be procured, when available, from an in-Kingdom manufacturer. Procurement of all goods and products manufactured out-of-Kingdom must be approved by the Royal Commission. Items listed herein are described to indicate characteristics, functions, and general descriptions, type, approximate size, and quality required for door hardware sets. 1. Locksets shall be complete with lock or latch, strike plate, escutcheons, knobs or levers, and roses. Locksets, except for rim locks, shall be heavy-duty commercial, institutional or industrial grade cylindrical locksets. ANSI/BHMA function numbers have been given for each lockset to further indicate the function. Toilet door locksets shall have an outside indicator when locked from inside. Unless otherwise specified for an individual product or material, supply all products specified in this Section from the same manufacturer. Hardware shall be provided in the material noted by symbol in hardware schedule and in the Contract Drawings. Hardware finishes scheduled shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA.

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2.02 HINGES A. General 1. Hinges shall comply with ANSI/BHMA A156.1 and shall be provided according to required grades and meet the respective test requirements. Finish shall comply with ANSI/BHMA A156.18. Height (length) of hinge shall be as necessary to clear trim when door is opened to 180, where required. Hinges shall be of steel (wrought steel or forged steel), stainless steel (Type 304), brass (wrought), bronze (cast silicon), aluminum or nylon with finishes indicated in schedules. The size of the hinges shall be adequate for the respective door weight and size and comply with manufacturer's data. Pins of all non-ferrous type hinges shall be of stainless steel. Protruding heads of stainless steel pins shall match metal of hinge. Non-rising Loose Pins a) Pins shall be removable without damaging exposed surfaces and shall be retained by means that offer effective resistance to movement of the pin from its seat.

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Fixed Pin a) External doors opening to the outside shall have a non-removable fixed pin.

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Ball Bearings a) Hinges of Grade 1 and 2 shall have ball bearings. They shall be of stainless steel for both, stainless steel and non-ferrous type hinges.

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Butt Hinges 1. Butt hinges may be applied as full mortise, full surface, half mortise, half surface or slide-in hinges as indicated in schedules or drawings. Butts height and width shall be confirmed by hardware manufacturer, but shall be no less than the following: a) b) c) d) For doors 900 mm wide or less; 115 x 115 mm. For doors over 900 mm wide up to 1220 mm wide; 127 x 115 mm. For doors over 1220 mm wide; 127 x 152 mm. Leaf thickness of hinges shall be 4.5 mm for up to 127 mm long hinges, and 5.7 mm for 152 mm long hinges. Three butts shall be provided for leafs up to 2285 mm high, and 1 additional butt for each 452 mm over 2285 mm high.

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Lift Off Hinges 1. Lift off hinges shall allow easy removal of the door from its seat without removing of pins or screws. The Contractor shall provide them as falling or rising hinges as required in schedules.

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Parliament Hinges 1. The Contractor shall provide parliament hinges of the required grade, material and finish, for applications indicated.

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Paumelle Hinges 1. Since hinges within this group differ a lot from each other specific manufacturer's products for type and quality shall be used as specified in schedule.

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Pivot Hinges 1. Specific manufacturer's products for type and quality shall be used as specified in schedule. The Contractor shall provide pivot hinges of the required grade, material and

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finish, for applications indicated. G. Self Closing Hinges and Pivots 1. Spring hinges and pivots for doors shall comply with the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.17. They shall be provided according to the required grades and meet the respective test requirements. Hinges or pivots shall be of steel or stainless steel with finishes indicated in schedules. The size of the hinges and pivots shall be adequate for the respective door weight and size; comply with manufacturer's data. Spring hinges and pivots shall be tension-adjustable. The Contractor shall provide spring hinges or pivots double or single-acting as indicated in schedules. Gate spring pivots shall always be fixed to the jamb.

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Electric Hinges 1. UL Listed Non-Removable Pins (NRP) a) Electric Contact Type 1) b) Two insulated copper contacts; 3.5 A continuous; E2 (2 contact).

Electric Switch Type 1) Single pole, double throw switch, for up to 48 V DC/AC, 500 mA, 15 W, 16 VA; E1S (Single pole double through switch).

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Electric Contact/Switch Type 1) Single pole, double throw switch, for up to 48 V DC/AC, 500 mA, 15 W, 16 VA; 2 insulated copper contacts, 3.5 A continuous; E2/E1S (two electric contact and one switch).

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Monitor Type 1) Concealed subminiature, snap-action, SPDT switch with adjustment; switching circuit factory preset to operate when inside edge of hinge leaves are opened between 5 to 10 mm; 0.38 mm (28 gage) wire; for up to 48 V DC/AC, 500 mA, 15 W, 16 VA; EMN (Electrical monitor only).

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Through-Wire Type 1) 0.38 mm (28 gage) wire with 4 continuous electric conductors for transfer of current from frame to door; 3.5 A continuous; ETW (Electric through wire only).

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Through-Wire and Monitor Type 1) Concealed subminiature, snap-action, Open Loop Secure switch

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with adjustment; switching circuit factory preset to operate when inside edge of hinge leaves are opened between 5 to 10 mm; 0.38 mm (28 gage) wire; for up to 48 V DC/AC, 500 mA, 15 Watts, 16 VA; 0.38 mm (28 gage) wire with 4 continuous electric conductors for transfer of current from frame to door; 3.5 A continuous; ETM (electric through wire with monitoring). g) Type and Material 1) h) Size 1) i) Finish 1) 2. Accessories a) Mortar Boxes 1) Material (a) 2) Size (a) 229 mm long with tabs, 178 mm inside, 45 by 45 mm inside dimensions. Galvanized steel, 1 mm; knockouts top and bottom for standard conduit fittings, removable back for servicing. Same as other hinges on door. Same as other hinges on door. Same as other hinges on door.

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Reinforcement Plates for Wood Doors with Half Surface Hinges 1) Steel, size as required.

2.03 LOCKSETS AND LATCHSETS A. General 1. Locksets and latchsets shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.2 and shall be the series, types, grades, and functions as specified and scheduled. Locks shall have interchangeable or removable cylinders. Core shall be removable and replaceable by use of special control keys. Locksets and latchsets specific models found in hardware schedule shall be reviewed by hardware supplier.

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Mortise Locks and Latches 1. Mortise locks and latches for doors shall comply with the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.13 or an equivalent standard. They shall be provided according to the required grades and functions as indicated in schedules, and meet the respective test requirements.

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The lock front (forehead) shall be either galvanized plated or stainless steel as indicated in schedules. The Contractor shall provide exposed trim, such as knobs, levers, roses or escutcheons of materials and with finish indicated in schedules. Roses or escutcheons shall fully cover cross bore openings in the door. Refer to par. 2.05. for cylinder. Fire rated locks shall be UL-listed for the required time as indicated in schedules.

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C.

Pre-Assembled Locks and Latches 1. The Contractor shall provide pre-assembled Locks and Latches according to ANSI/BHMA A156.2 Grade 1. Materials for locks shall be of non-ferrous metal. They shall be provided according to the required functions and finishes as indicated in schedules, and meet the respective test requirements. The lock front (forehead) shall be either galvanized plated or stainless steel as indicated in schedules. Provide exposed trim, such as knobs, levers, roses or escutcheons of materials and with finish indicated in schedules. Roses or escutcheons shall fully cover cross bore openings in the door. Knobs shall be securely held in place without screws and a locked outside knob shall not be removable when the door is locked. Refer to par. 2.05. for cylinder. Fire rated locks shall be UL-listed for the required time as indicated in schedules.

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D.

Bored Locks and Latches 1. 2. Materials for bored locks and latches shall be of non-ferrous metal. Bored locks and latches for doors shall comply with the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.2. They shall be provided according to the required grades, functions and finishes as indicated in schedules, and meet the respective test requirements. The lock front (forehead) shall be either galvanized plated or stainless steel as indicated in schedules. The Contractor shall provide exposed trim, such as knobs, levers, roses or escutcheons of materials and with finish indicated in schedules. Roses or escutcheons shall fully cover cross bore openings in the door. Knobs shall be securely held in place without screws and a locked outside knob shall not be removable when the door is locked. Refer to par. 2.05. for cylinder. Fire rated locks shall be UL-listed for the required time as indicated in the

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Schedules. E. Auxiliary Locks 1. The Contractor shall provide Auxiliary Locks according to ANSI/BHMA A156.5 Operational and Security Grades 1. Materials for locks shall be of non-ferrous metal. They shall be provided according to the required grades and functions as indicated in schedules, and meet the respective test requirements. The lock front (forehead) shall be either galvanized plated or stainless steel as indicated in schedules. The Contractor shall provide exposed trim, such as knobs, levers, roses or escutcheons of materials and with finish indicated in schedules. Roses or escutcheons shall fully cover cross bore openings in the door. Knobs shall be securely held in place without screws and a locked outside knob shall not be removable when the door is locked. Refer to par. 2.05. for cylinder. Fire rated locks shall be UL-listed for the required time as indicated in schedules.

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Electrified Locks 1. Electrified locks shall be of Grade 1 and U.L. listed for the required fire rating or security. Door trim as well shall be of the fire rated type, respectively listed for the required security. Refer to par. 2.05.. for cylinder.

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Electronic Locks 1. Electronic locks shall be used as necessary as per schedule on the basis of one manufacturer's product.

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Exit Devices 1. Exit devices shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.3 Grade 1, of types and functions scheduled. All units shall have lock down device except labeled fire doors. Exit devices shall be surface mounted and shall have internally reinforced crossbars. Crossbars shall be provided with dogging feature for push-pull operation of doors. Lock cylinders shall be manufactured by the Royal Commission approved mortise lock manufacturer, to accommodate master and grand master keying system. Working parts inside the device case shall be drop-forged bronze, or the Royal Commission approved equal. Fire rated locks shall be UL-listed for the required time as indicated in

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schedules. I. Padlocks 1. Padlocks shall be 7-lever, key type with minimum 63.5 mm case size, galvanized. Shackle shall be case-hardened.

2.04 STRIKES A. Standard Strikes 1. Strikes shall be made of steel, stainless steel or brass. Material thickness shall not be less than 1.5 mm. Shape, size and grade shall fit the adequate lock. Strikes for non-rebated wooden doors shall have an extension for the latch bolt to protect the edge of door. Strikes used on fire doors shall be tested in accordance with ASTM E2074 or an equivalent standard. Testing and labeling shall be done by an authorized and independent laboratory. Finishes shall be as indicated in schedules.

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Electric Strikes 1. The Contractor shall provide electric strikes of types indicated, which are either UL-listed or tested and labeled according to ANSI/UL 1034 or an equivalent standard. Testing shall be done by an independent testing laboratory. The case and working parts of Grade 1 strikes shall be of corrosion resistant material. The case and working parts of Grade 2 and 3 strikes shall be of corrosion resistant material or be of material protected against corrosion. Testing and labeling shall be done by an authorized and independent laboratory. Strikes shall have a horizontal adjustment capability of minimum 4 mm to compensate for warped doors. The bolt cavity depth shall accept 25 mm bolt projections. Strikes shall be fail safe or secure (unlocked or locked) in case of power failure.

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2.05 CYLINDERS A. B. Cylinders shall be of security grades according to grades of locks. The Contractor shall provide cylinders of type and grade indicated, tested and labeled according to ANSI/BHMA A156.5. Testing shall be done by an authorized and independent testing laboratory. All cylinders shall be of the pin tumbler type and shall have 6 pin tumbler cavities. The keyways shall have longitudinal ribs. Modifications of these requirements for reasons of providing greater security are permitted. Cylinders shall be permanently inscribed with a number that identifies the keychange combination to the building, lock manufacturer, key-control symbol, and

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manufacturer's trademark. Only manufacturer's name or trademark shall be visible after installation. E. Cylinders for external doors shall not project more than 5 mm past the escutcheon. Security for non-authorized duplicates for Central Locking, Master key and Grand Master key systems shall be as indicated in schedules.

2.06 DOOR CLOSING DEVICES A. General 1. Door closing devices shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA 156.4 Grade 1, type and function, as specified and scheduled. The sweep period of the closer shall be adjusted so that from an open position of 70, the door will take at least 3 seconds to move to a point 75 mm from the latch, measured to the leading edge of the door. Where specified, closer shall have hold-open feature. Size Requirements (Regular Arm Closers) a) b) Interior Doors, 900 mm and Less in Width: Size III closer. Interior Doors, Over 900 mm and Less than 1200 mm in Width: Size IV closer. Interior Doors, 1200 mm and Over in Width: Size V closer. Exterior doors, 900 mm and less in width: Size IV closer. Exterior Doors Over 900 mm and Less than 1050 mm in Width: Size V closer. Exterior Doors, Over 1050 mm in Width: Size VI closer.

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c) d) e)

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Checking floor hinge devices shall be provided with temporary cover plate of iron or steel, to remain in place until floor finishing is completed. Use manufacturer's installation jig when setting floor hinges. Door closers shall have sufficient capacity to close the door. Independent Allen key control of latch speed, door sweep speed, back-check position and back-check cushioning adjustment shall be provided. They shall be adaptable to regular arm, parallel arm or top jamb mounting, with equal performance. Closer fluid shall be non-gumming, non-freezing liquid checking type. Parallel arm closers shall be provided on all exterior and interior out swing (reverse bevel) doors, and on doors where closers would be exposed to view from corridors, lobbies or vestibules.

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10.

Hold-open closer for offices and conference rooms shall be provided. For rated doors, hold open closers with fusible link shall be provided.

B.

Surface Door Closers 1. The Contractor shall provide surface door closer of size, grade and finish indicated and tested according to ANSI/BHMA A156.4 inclusive of all necessary installation accessories. They shall be full rack-and-pinion surface mounted type with cast aluminum alloy shell or plastic cover and finished high-impact box cover. Closer and covers shall be non-handed and shall project from mounting surface no more than 54 mm. Closer shall have standard arm if not otherwise indicated and two adjustable closing speeds. Closers for fire rated doors shall be either UL-listed or labeled and tested by an authorized and independent laboratory. The Contractor shall provide additional features as indicated in the Schedules.

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5. C.

Concealed-In Door Closers 1. The Contractor shall provide concealed-in door closer of size, grade and finish indicated and tested according to ANSI/BHMA A156.4, inclusive of all necessary installation accessories. Closer shall be installed within door frame without being visible after installation. Closer shall have standard arm if not otherwise indicated and two adjustable closing speeds. Closers for fire rated doors shall be either UL-listed or labeled and tested by an authorized and independent laboratory. The Contractor shall provide additional features as indicated in schedules.

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5. D.

Floor Springs 1. The Contractor shall provide floor springs of size, grade and finish indicated and tested according to ANSI/BHMA A156.4 or an equivalent standard, inclusive of all necessary installation accessories. Closer shall have two adjustable closing speeds. Closers for fire rated doors shall be either UL-listed or labeled and tested by an authorized and independent laboratory. The Contractor shall provide additional features as indicated in schedules.

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Transom Concealed Door Closers 1. The Contractor shall provide transom concealed door closer of size, grade and finish indicated and tested according to ANSI/BHMA A156.4 inclusive of all necessary installation accessories. Closer shall be installed within the respective transom frame without being visible after installation. Closer shall have two adjustable closing speeds. The Contractor shall provide additional features as indicated in schedules.

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3. 4. F.

Electromagnetic Hold-Open Devices 1. The Contractor shall provide electromagnetic holders for fire doors which are UL-listed or tested by an authorized and independent laboratory. Holders shall be of the recessed type, including wiring box and aluminum covers with finish matching other door hardware. The Contractor shall provide holder for voltage indicated with fail safe feature-magnet will be released when power fails.

2.07 DOOR COORDINATORS A. Automatic Spring or Gravity Action 1. Holder arm shall drop or swing into position when inactive door is opened, so as to hold active door sufficiently ajar to permit inactive door to close freely. Holder shall release upon closing of inactive door and permit active door to close. Arm shall not project into doorway below lower surfaces of stop bead on head of door frame. Protection plates shall be furnished for top edge of doors at point of contact with working parts of the device. The Contractor shall provide coordinating device on double doors with astragals and on double doors receiving closing device on each leaf.

2.

2.08 ARMOR-PLATES, KICK-PLATES, AND MOP-PLATES A. Armor-plates, kick-plates, and mop-plates shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.6 and shall be nominal width of door less 38 mm on push side and less 12 mm on pull side; less 12 mm on both sides of double-acting doors. Plates shall be of steel (wrought steel or forged steel), stainless steel (Type 304), brass (wrought), bronze (cast silicon), aluminum or nylon with finishes indicated in schedules. Sizes 1. 2. Armor-plates shall be from 355 to 1220 mm high. Kick-plates shall be from 200 to 300 mm high.

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3. D.

Mop-plates shall be from 100 to 150 mm high.

Plates shall be fixed with oval head screws at 200 mm on center, or the Royal Commission approved equal.

2.09 PUSH-PULL PLATES A. Plates shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.6. Push-pull plates shall be provided with cutouts for cylinders or keys on doors requiring locks. Push-pull plates for doors not requiring locks shall not have cutouts. Push-pull plates shall be of steel (wrought steel or forged steel), stainless steel (Type 304), brass (wrought), bronze (cast silicon), aluminum or nylon with finishes indicated in schedules.

B.

2.10 PUSH-PULL BARS A. B. Bars shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.6. Push-pull bars shall be of steel (wrought steel or forged steel), stainless steel (Type 304), brass (wrought), bronze (cast silicon) or aluminum.

2.11 ASTRAGALS A. Astragals shall be compensating, adjustable, or self-aligning type. Astragals on firerated doors shall also meet requirements for fire classification indicated. Material shall be non-corrosive metal with finish to match either the basic hardware trim or the door finish.

2.12 THRESHOLDS A. Thresholds shall be ANSI/BHMA A56.3, auxiliary item (AI) where scheduled for panic exit device installation, and ANSI/BHMA A156.4 type scheduled for floor pivot installations. Other thresholds as scheduled shall be ANSI/BHMA A156.6.

2.13 WEATHERSTRIPPING A. Pile Weatherstripping 1. Pile shall be produced from multifilament polypropylene yarn or other equivalent material. Yarn shall have substantial air filtration performance. Yarn shall be silicon treated to improve water repellence and shall also ultra violet stabilized. The yarn shall be bonded to its backing which shall also be polypropylene or equivalent compound. The backing shall give a strong rigid base for easy application whilst retaining flexibility for straightforward reeling and handling. Pile shall incorporate a reeling method to eliminate criss-crossing of pile on the reel to avoid pile distortion and tangling when feeding off the reel.

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2. 3.

Pile width shall be 4.8 mm, 6.7 mm or as approved by the Royal Commission. Pile height shall be between 3 to 12.75 mm or as approved by the Royal Commission.

B.

Compression Weatherstripping 1. The Contractor shall provide the manufacturer's standard replacement compressible weatherstripping gaskets of molded neoprene complying with ASTM D2000 or molded PVC complying with ASTM D2287.

2.14 DOOR STOPS OR BUMPERS A. Door stops or bumpers shall be provided and located to prevent contact between door hardware, door, or both and adjacent wall surfaces. The Contractor shall provide hold open device for out-swinging exterior doors. Door stop/bumper shall satisfy the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.16.

2.15 DOOR HOLDER A. Door holders shall be of type, material and finish as indicated in schedule. Automatic holders shall incorporate a spring system to minimize shock for door and holder. Size and fixing method shall be adequate for size and weight of doors. Door holder shall conform to ANSI/BHMA A156.16.

2.16 DOOR SILENCER A. B. Silencers shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.16. Three silencers shall be provided for each single door frame, and 4 for each double door frame.

2.17 DOOR VIEWER A. Door viewer shall be of solid, polished brass and UL-listed, or as otherwise indicated. It shall provide a viewing angle of minimum 160.

2.18 FLUSH BOLTS/SURFACE BOLTS A. Flush Bolts and Dust Proof Strikes 1. Flush bolts and dust proof strikes shall be by the Royal Commission approved manufacture.

B.

Surface bolt, slide flush bolt and lever flush bolt shall meet the requirements of ANSI/BHMA A156.16. Automatic flush bolt and self latching bolt shall meet the requirements of

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ANSI/BHMA A156.3. 2.19 FASTENERS A. The Contractor shall supply fasteners of proper type, quality, size, quantity, and finish with hardware. Fasteners exposed to weather shall be nonferrous metal or stainless steel and match finish of trim as closely as possible. Where hardware is of stainless steel, screws and fastenings shall also be of stainless steel. Use fasteners of type necessary to accomplish a permanent installation. 1. Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall use: a) b) c) 2. For Wood Doors: Wood screws unless through bolts are specified. For Wood Frames: Wood screws. For Hollow Steel Doors and Frames: Machine screws.

Finish shall be bright brass, US3, BHMA 605 on brass/bronze, BHMA 632 on steel. Finish on steel Items shall be primed for painting, USP, BHMA 600. Finish on stainless steel Items shall be satin stainless, US32D, BHMA 630.

3. 4.

2.20 CABINET HARDWARE A. Items listed herein are described to indicate characteristics, functions, and general descriptions, types, appropriate size and quality required for cabinet hardware. Material List 1. Butt Hinges a) For flush cabinet doors as indicated on the drawings, hinges should be half-surface butt types of 1.8 mm thick stainless steel with satin finish.

B.

2.

Catches a) Cabinet door catches shall be magnetic type.

3.

Locks a) Cylinder type 5-pin cam lock of machined brass body with stainless steel finish.

4.

Pulls a) 75 x 10 mm diameter vertical rod type pulls of stainless steel satin finish, with two bases including concealed attachment.

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5.

Head and Foot Bolts a) 50 x 25 mm flush bolts of stainless steel satin finish, with holder plates at head and base.

6.

Coat Rods a) 27 mm diameter stainless steel tubing, 30 mm internal diameter stainless steel receiver with flange for end-fixing with 2 screws at each end of pole. Receiver to be full 180.

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Fastenings a) Furnish all finish hardware with all necessary screws, bolts, and other fasteners of suitable size and type to anchor the hardware in position for long life under severe conditions of use.

2.21 KEYS AND KEYING A. Key System 1. The establishment of the proper level of control for a master key system is required. Figure 2A (included at the end of Part 2) is a suggested guide and a system diagram useful in determining or selecting the proper level of control a) One Level Change Key 1) 2) b) All locks operated by Change keys only, and keyed different or alike as required. Example: Homes, Stores, etc.

Two Levels Master Key 1) 2) All locks operated by Change Keys and Master Key. Example: Small (Single Department) Schools, Apartments, etc.

c)

Three Levels Grand Master Key 1) 2) All locks operated by Change Keys, Master Keys and Grand Master Key. Example: Office Buildings, Large (Multi-Department) Schools, Small (Community or Single-Story) Hospitals, etc.

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Four Levels Great Grand Master Key 1) 2) All locks operated by Change Keys, Master Keys, Grand Master Keys and Great Grand Master Keys. Example: Large (Multi-Story and/or Multi-Building) Hospitals, Hotels, Colleges, etc.

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Keys, Great Grand Master Keys and Great Great Grand Master Key. 2) Example: Large University Complexes, Large (Multi-operational or Multi-Building) Industrial Complexes, etc. See Figure 2A.

B.

Keys 1. All keys shall be clearly and permanently marked to denote status and function. The cylinders, locksets, and corresponding keys shall have an identical number. The Contractor shall furnish 3 change keys for each cylinder and other keys as specified in the schedule.

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C.

Key Cabinet 1. The Contractor shall provide and install a steel, wall mounted, lockable key cabinet with piano hinged door, containing: a) b) c) d) One hook for each lock in the project and labels for each hook. Extra hooks as required for the project. Cabinet Size: Size for project keys plus 10% growth. Horizontal metal strips for key hook labelling with clear plastic strip cover over labels. Tags for all keys, spares, and blanks. Blanks for 3% of project locks.

e) f) 2.

The Contractor shall label and identify each key with its room number and door. Stamp number on keys, label hooks for spare keys. The Contractor shall provide manufacturers pre-printed cards for keeping track of key assignments.

3.

2.22 FINISHES A. All finishes shall be as per ANSI/BHMA numbers as specified in the Schedule and on the Contract Drawings.

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PART 3

EXECUTION

3.01 EXAMINATION A. The Contractor shall verify that doors and frames are properly hung and adjusted already to receive work and dimensions are as indicated on the Shop Drawings. The Contractor shall verify that electric power is available to power operated devices and of the correct characteristics. The Contractor shall stockpile all items sufficiently in advance to ensure their availability and make all necessary deliveries in a timely manner to ensure orderly progress of the total work.

B.

C.

3.02 INSTALLATION A. General 1. The Contractor shall: a) Hang doors and install hardware when concrete work, plastering, tile setting, and other operations which increase humidity and dust in building have been completed. Not hang wood doors in areas where materials are not sufficiently dry so as to not affect the dimensional stability of the door. Install hardware, except hinges, after field painting or sealing, specified in SECTIONS 09910 and 09930. Center doors in the opening or frame with contact surfaces fit tight and even, without forcing or warping the components. Replace doors and frames that do not conform to hardware height requirements. Install hardware in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and applicable codes. Install finish hardware items in a neat, workmanlike manner. Use templates provided by hardware item manufacturer. Not install lock trim until all wet and rough work is completed; install locks, but use construction key until trim is installed. Install hardware on fire-rated doors and frames in accordance with NFPA 80. Check all hardware to be installed for correct operation. All locks and latches are to be greased and oiled on completion to ensure free action and adjusted, as necessary.

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B.

Door Hardware 1. The Contractor shall: a) b) Install hardware at the location (heights) specified. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions and DHI A115.1G unless specified otherwise. Drill and tap screw holes in steel frames and doors for surface mounted hardware. Use shims only at hinges where required to provide uniform clearance and alignment of door. Cut shims from stainless steel sheet to same size as hinge. Not drive screws in place. Carefully fit and securely attach hardware items to doors and frames. Provide closers including those with hold-open features: 1) 2) 3) Where closers are mounted on doors, mount with sex nuts and bolts; fasten foot to frame with machine. Mount to provide maximum door opening permitted by building construction or equipment. Use regular arm mounting except where door swing is less than 90 or closer is on interior of exterior door or door is equipped with roller latch.

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e) f) g)

C.

Thresholds 1. The Contractor shall: a) Install thresholds in a bed of sealant with machine screws and expansion shields. For sealant refer SECTION 07920. Cut thresholds to closely fit jambs. Drill and cut for door holders and bottom bolts where required.

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Door Bottoms 1. The Contractor shall install automatic door bottom so that gasket is automatically forced down to tightly seal instantly when the door is fully closed and raised instantly when the door begins to open. Mount automatic door bottom to provide 5 mm clearance at door bottom.

E.

Astragals 1. The Contractor shall install magnetic astragal seal by pressing it into 16.5 x 12 mm deep mortise in hardwood door of 40 mm thick (minimum thickness).

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Metal astragal shall fit over edge of door (stile) and shall be installed using eight No. 20 mm Phillips head sheet metal screws with countersunk mounting holes for a flush appearance on maximum 300 mm centers. (Spacing will vary based on hardware preparation and size).

F.

Seals 1. The Contractor shall install seals on door frames for lightproof doors. Secure seals to door frames at jamb and heads with contact adhesive to prevent infiltration of light.

G.

Rain Drip Guard 1. The Contractor shall install rain drips for heads of door frames not protected by canopy or soffit.

H.

Key Cabinet 1. The Contractor shall install key cabinet as directed by the Royal Commission.

I.

Sound Control Devices 1. The Contractor shall install sound rated door gasketing and bottom seal, and adjust to obtain the specified sound rating.

J.

Hinges 1. The Contractor shall install hinges as specified in par. 3.04 A.8, in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, and as follows: a) Electric Hinges 1) Install in center hinge position only; install mortar box in grout filled frames.

b)

Spring Hinges 1) Install at either top and bottom or center and bottom hinge locations; install ball bearing hinge in remaining location.

c) d) K. Fasteners 1.

Check for proper door clearance. Allow at least 6 mm minimum at door bottom for vacuum relief.

Suitable fastening devices shall be provided for installation of hardware items. Installation shall provide against shock and tampering. Exposed fastenings shall match contiguous material and finish of hardware items and shall be inconspicuous. Where practicable, fasteners shall finish flush with surrounding surfaces. Fastenings shall be of materials compatible with contacting hardware surfaces.

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Construction Core 1. The Contractor shall install his own construction core in lock cylinders for use during construction.

M.

Cabinet Hardware 1. The Contractor shall: a) Furnish hardware items as listed on the hardware schedule, in the positions shown on the Contract Drawings. Furnish 1 pair hinges for each cabinet door up to 1500 mm in height, and 1 pair hinges for each cabinet door over 1500 mm in height. Furnish 1 magnetic type catch for each cabinet door. Furnish 1 pull handle for each cabinet door and each drawer front, unless otherwise indicated on the Contract Drawings. Furnish locks to doors and drawers only as indicated on the Contract Drawings or specified in SECTION 06410. Furnish head and foot bolts complete with holder plates to inactive leaf of double doors as indicated on the Contract Drawings. Furnish closet poles to lengths as indicated on the Contract Drawings.

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3.03 LOCATION OF HARDWARE ON HINGED DOORS A. The Contractor shall locate hardware as follows, or as specified on the Contract Drawings. For any other hardware item, refer to DHI Recommended Locations of Architectural Hardware: 1. Locks a) Locate knobs so that centerline of strike is 1024 mm (nominal) above bottom of door frame.

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Deadlocks a) Mount deadlocks so that centerline of cylinder and strike is 1220 mm (nominal) above bottom of door frame. (Do not mount deadlocks in conjunction with push and pull plates.)

3.

Fire Exit (Panic) Device a) Locate so that centerline of lock strike is 1024 mm (nominal) above bottom of door frame. (Where knob, pull, or pull with thumb piece is used as outside trim with panic devices, height of strike will determine position of outside trim.)

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4.

Door Pulls a) Locate so that centerline of grip, or of bar where single bar is used, is 1067 mm (nominal) above from bottom of door frame.

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Push Plates a) Locate so that centerline of push plate is 1143 mm (nominal) above bottom of door frame.

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Combination Push and Pull Bars a) Mount independent of other hardware and locate so that centerline of push and pull bar is 1067 mm above bottom of door frame.

7.

Kick-Plate, Mop-Plate and Armor-Plates a) Locate kick-plates and armor-plates on push sides of single-acting doors and on both sides of double-acting doors. Locate mop plates so that lower longitudinal edge is flush with bottom of door.

8.

Hinges shall be located as follows: a) Top Hinge 1) Not over 300 mm from inside of frame rabbet at head to centerline of hinge.

b)

Bottom Hinge 1) Not over 325 mm above bottom of door frame to centerline of hinge.

c)

Center Hinge 1) Midway between top and bottom hinges.

9.

Door Silencers a) On hollow metal frames for single doors, locate silencers directly opposite hinges. On frames for double doors, locate silencers on head rabbet of door frame, approximately 150 mm each side of centerline of door opening.

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Door viewer shall be 1091 to 1300 mm above from bottom of the door frame. Fire Doors a) Hardware location for fire doors shall conform to the applicable requirements of NFPA Standard No. 80 except that hardware on fire doors that serve as exit doors shall conform to applicable requirements of NFPA No. 101.

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3.04 FIELD QUALITY CONTROL A. An Architectural Hardware Consultant appointed by the Contractor shall inspect and certify that hardware has been furnished and installed in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and as specified.

3.05 CLEANING AND ADJUSTING A. Final Adjustment 1. Immediately upon completion and acceptance of the Project, make final adjustments in the finish hardware installation, remove construction core from cylinders and then open sealed containers in presence of the Royal Commission representative and install proper core in cylinders, and demonstrate to Royal Commission that each item is in perfect working condition, performs intended function and that tagged keys operate respective locks. Items of hardware not acceptable to Royal Commission shall be corrected by proper adjustment or replacement. Deliver tagged keys to Royal Commission upon acceptance of each core cylinder installation. Each operating item of hardware and each door shall be checked and adjusted to ensure proper operation. Moving parts shall be lubricated as recommended by manufacturer. Hardware shall be left in perfect working order at completion of building when keys are delivered to the Royal Commission, properly labeled. It shall be demonstrated that keys operate respective locks. Wherever hardware installation is made more than 1 month prior to occupancy, checked and adjusted hardware shall be 1 week prior to occupancy. Operating items shall be cleaned and lubricated as necessary to restore proper function and finish. Door control devices shall be adjusted to compensate for the normal operating level of HVAC equipment. Approximately 6 months after acceptance of hardware in each area, it shall be adjusted as necessary for proper operation. Hardware items that have failed, or cannot be properly adjusted due to faulty design, defective materials, or workmanship, shall be replaced.

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Cleaning 1. Hardware finish and operation shall be free from blemishes and defects. Defective pieces shall be rejected even though installed before the defect is discovered; they shall be removed, and new pieces shall be substituted in their place.

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Training 1. The Contractor shall instruct the Royal Commission personnel in proper cleaning, adjustment, and maintenance of finished hardware items during final adjustment of hardware.

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3.06 PROTECTION OF FINISHED WORK A. Installed hardware shall be protected with heavy wrapping or tape. Protective wrapping shall be removed at substantial completion. The Contractor shall protect finished hardware from paint, stains, and blemishes under provisions of SECTION 01740. The Contractor shall touch-up, repair or replace damaged products after completion. After installation, the Contractor shall protect all hardware from damage by other trades. The Contractor shall not permit adjacent work to damage hardware or finish. The Contractor shall protect installed hardware until acceptance of the work. Upon completion and before hand-over, the Contractor shall remove all protection and leave all hardware in a perfect working order.

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3.07 HARDWARE SCHEDULE A. Hardware Schedule shall be as per the Contract Drawings.

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