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AS/NZS 1905.1-1997 components for the protection of openings in fire-resistant walls part 1: fire-resistant doorsets nzs 4232.1: 1988; superseded by saa as 1905.1:2005

Standard Number:  AS/NZS 1905.1-1997
Title:  components for the protection of openings in fire-resistant walls part 1: fire-resistant doorsets nzs 4232.1: 1988; superseded by saa as 1905.1:2005
Language:  English
Replaced by Standard:  AS 1905.1-2005_BCA

Publication Date:  1997/3/5
Status:  AvailableW
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:51P.;A4  

Preface:   
Description:Specifies requirements for the design, construction and installation of fire-resistant doorsets including transom panels but excluding lift-landing doors and access panels, used to protect openings in walls and partitions required to resist the passage o  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS/NZS 1905.1:1997 COMPONENTS FOR THE PROTECTION OF OPENINGS IN FIRE-RESISTANT WALLS - FI...
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.3 OBJECTIVE
1.4 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.5 DEFINITIONS
1.5.1 Approved
1.5.2 Asymmetric leaf
1.5.3 Automatic
1.5.4 Backset
1.5.5 Building Code
1.5.6 Certifier
1.5.7 Combustible
1.5.8 Doorset
1.5.9 Doorstop
1.5.10 Double-acting doorset
1.5.11 Essential latching components
1.5.12 Facings and edgings
1.5.13 Fire-resistance level (FRL)
1.5.14 Fire-resistant doorset
1.5.15 Formal opinion
1.5.16 Full-scale test
1.5.17 Furniture (door)
1.5.18 Hardware (door)
1.5.19 Heat-actuated device
1.5.20 Latch handle
1.5.21 Manufacturer
1.5.22 Mullion
1.5.23 Pilot test
1.5.24 Recognized authority
1.5.25 Registered testing authority
1.5.26 Regulatory authority
1.5.27 Self-closing
1.5.28 Similar construction
1.5.29 Specimen doorset
1.5.30 Sponsor
1.5.31 Standard fire test
1.5.32 Tested specimen
1.5.33 Through components
1.5.34 Transom panel
1.5.35 Walls of concrete construction
1.5.36 Walls of masonry construction
SECTION 2 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
2.1 GENERAL
2.1.1 Materials
2.1.2 Self-closure
2.1.3 Selection of hardware
2.1.4 Clearances
2.1.5 Wall openings
2.1.6 Sensing device
2.2 SIDE-HUNG DOORS, INCLUDING DOUBLE-ACTING DOORSETS
2.2.1 Width of door seat rebate
2.2.2 Hinges and pivots
2.2.3 Materials for essential latching components
2.2.4 Closer pressure relief
2.2.5 Cushioned back-checking action of the closer
2.2.6 Security latching
2.3 SLIDING DOORSETS
2.3.1 Flush pulls and grips
2.3.2 Directional arrows
2.3.3 Automatic closing
SECTION 3 DETERMINATION OF FIRE RESISTANCE
3.1 GENERAL
3.2 TEST MOUNTING
3.3 EXPOSURE TO FIRE
3.3.1 Side-hung doors
3.3.2 Sliding doors
3.4 VISION PANEL
3.5 LATCHSET
SECTION 4 VARIATIONS FROM THE TESTED SPECIMEN
4.1 GENERAL
4.2 VARIATIONS PERMITTED WITHOUT A FORMAL OPINION
4.2.1 Decrease in size of opening
4.2.2 Door leaf
4.2.3 Timber used in doorset
4.2.4 Door frame
4.2.5 Wall of masonry or concrete construction
4.2.6 Hardware
4.3 VARIATIONS PERMITTED SUBJECT TO A FORMAL OPINION
4.3.1 General
4.3.2 Preparation and presentation of formal opinions
4.3.3 Minimum fire-testing required for the preparation of formal opinions
SECTION 5 INSTALLATION
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 DOORSILLS
5.2.1 General
5.2.2 New Zealand
5.3 FIXING OF DOOR FRAMES
5.4 ALLOWABLE VARIATIONS FOR FIXING OF DOOR FRAMES
5.5 CLEARANCES
5.5.1 General
5.5.2 Sill and floor finish
5.5.3 Side hung doors, leaf to frame
5.5.4 Double-acting doorsets
5.5.5 Horizontally sliding doorsets
5.6 HARDWARE
5.6.1 Attachment
5.6.2 Latch handles
5.6.3 Sensing devices
5.6.4 Travel-limiting devices
5.6.5 Counterweighting system for sliding doors
5.7 FINAL CHECK
SECTION 6 MARKING AND OTHER DOCUMENTATION
6.1 MARKING OF FIRE-RESISTANT DOORSETS
6.1.1 General
6.1.2 Completed installation
6.1.3 Metal tags
6.1.4 Information requirements
6.2 MARKING OF LATCHSETS AND CLOSERS-AUSTRALIA
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Latchset
6.2.3 Closer body
6.3 EVIDENCE OF COMPLIANCE - AUSTRALIA
6.3.1 Installation
6.3.2 Schedule of evidence of compliance
6.3.3 Records and required information
6.4 EVIDENCE OF COMPLIANCE - NEW ZEALAND
6.4.1 Attachment
6.4.2 Further evidence to be provided
6.4.3 Register
6.5 FIRE-RESISTANT DOORSET SIGNS - NEW ZEALAND
6.5.1 Installation
6.5.2 Size
6.6 MAINTENANCE
APPENDIX A - PHYSICAL TESTING OF FIRE-RESISTANT DOORSETS
A1 SCOPE
A2 PRINCIPLE
A3 APPARATUS
A4 SPECIMEN
A5 TEST METHODS
A5.1 General
A5.2 Resistance to buckling (torsion)
A5.3 Vertical loading test
A5.4 Resistance to slamming
A5.5 Shock impact
A5.6 Body impact
A5.7 Resistance to misuse
A6 TEST REPORT
APPENDIX B - INFORMATION TO BE SUPPLIED WITH ENQUIRIES AND ORDERS
APPENDIX C - SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ON THE SELECTION OF DOOR CLOSERS FOR FIRE-RESISTANT DOOR...
APPENDIX D - METHODS FOR FIXING FIRE-RESISTANT DOOR FRAMES TO EXISTING WALLS OF CONCRETE ...
D1 GENERAL
D2 METHODS
D2.1 General
D2.2 Fixing the doorset frame by means of bonded hairpin anchors
D2.3 Fixing the doorset frame by means of threaded anchors
APPENDIX E - FIRE DOOR CERTIFICATE AND SCHEDULE OF EVIDENCE OF COMPLIANCE
  
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