Life Safety Compliance Solutions

Life Safety Products

Life Safety Compliance Solutions develops products to improve the time and effectiveness of in-field repairs to fire doors and frames. We also develop work aids that enhance your efficiency and effectiveness as you work to maintain compliance across all your life safety assets. Here is a list of life safety products offered by Life Safety Compliance Solutions:

 

Fire Door Caulk

Fire Door Caulk

 

Fire Door Caulk is the only tested and approved filler material for filling voids and through penetrations in existing listed and labeled wood fire doors. Using other types of filler material can void your UL listed assembly. Fire Door Caulk has been tested to the following criteria, NFPA 252, UL10C and CAN S104. The caulk has been tested for use in holes up to 3/4″ in wood fire doors rated up to 90 minutes.

NFPA 80 Compliant

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Fire Door Gap Gauges

Fire Door Gap Gauges

 

The Fire Door Gap Gauge is a simple tool used by fire door industry inspectors to measure clearance requirements per the NFPA 80 code compliance. Clearance requirements are the most recognized issue for fire door non-compliance. The Fire Door Gap Gage will speed up your fire door inspections, is more accurate than a tape measure and is compact and easy to use. The Fire Door Gap Gauge is too valuable to do without.

How to use the Fire Door Gap Gauge. Can be used with any style door – hollow metal, wood, aluminum or fiberglass. Locate the dimension portion of the gauge needed to measure your gap. Insert the gauge between the door and the frame or at the door bottom. The gauge should fit snug in the gap and be able to slide easily along the entire length of the gap.

The clearance between the top and the vertical edges of the door, the frame, and the meeting edges of doors swinging in pairs shall be 1/8″ – 1/16″ for Steel Doors. The Clearance between the top and vertical edges of the door, the frame and the meeting edges of doors swinging in pairs shall not exceed 1/8″ for Wood Doors. The clearance under the bottom of a door and non-combustible surface where no sill exists shall be a maximum of 3/4″. The clearance under the bottom of a door and raised non-combustible sills shall be a maximum of 3/8″. If the fit is too loose, too tight, or doesn’t fit, the assembly needs to be corrected for the proper clearance. Experienced tradesmen can make corrections using established, approved methods.

 

 

Fire Door Thru Bolts

Fire Door Thru Bolts

 

Fire Door Thru-Bolt is used for holes up to 1/2″ in steel hollow fire rated doors. The Thru-Bolt is an aesthetically pleasing solution compared to unsightly normal bolts. The Fire Door Thru-Bolt is a simple male and female type application that is available in 1/4″ and 1/2″ widths for both 1-3/4″ and 2″ fire rated doors. The Fire Door Thru-Bolt meets the NFPA 80 5.2.15.4 requirements to protect your UL Label.

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Fire Door Shims

Fire Door Shims

 

During fire door inspections clearance issues generally are one of the major non-complaint deficiencies that a facility has to address. Our Fire Door Shims are REMOVABLE, RESTICKABLE and STACKABLE. Simply place them behind the hinge to push door towards the strike or to pull away from strike. You’ll shim doors in less than a minute. Our Fire Door Shims are only 1/16 inch thick and can be applied to any fire rated door. The instruction below show how to apply the shims to achieve the correct clearance for your fire doors.

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