Posts Tagged 'advice'

May
11

Positive pressure was added to fire testing procedures in 1998 to more closely simulate real fire conditions. Before that there was no pressure type procedure in the testing so conclusions were drawn simply from flame and temperature. In real fire conditions as heat develops within the source area, pressure within an enclosed room begins to …

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Feb
5

Today’s building designs are pushing the limits for glass. Green buildings require more natural light to be brought into the building for energy savings and to provide a more inviting environment for building occupants. A challenge faced by specifiers is determining what type of glass to provide in doors to meet the aesthetic needs of …

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Jan
26

STC (Sound Transmission Class) openings have gained popularity in the recent years for many reasons. The healthcare market require STC partitions because poor acoustical conditions may have a negative impact on a patient’s physiological health and increase their chances of being readmitted to the hospital. Acoustics can also impact perceptions of privacy, comfort, safety, and

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Nov
20

Architects, parents, school boards and school supervisors are working hard to make schools safe for all students and faculty. There are many solutions that can help create secure school environments. This article will look at ways to make schools safer with doors and frames from ASSA ABLOY Group brands.

Even beyond the envelope of the …

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Jul
15

Welcome!


Hello and welcome to the launch of Dave’s Door Opening Blog, my name is Dave Goetzinger.  I am the Technical Marketing Manager for ASSA ABLOY Door and Perimeter Security Group.  All of us within the Door Group are very excited about the premiere of this blog.  The brands we represent are Ceco Door, CURRIES, Fleming, …

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