to NFGS-09100, Metal Support Systems, NFGS-09200, Lathing, NFGS-09212,
Plastering and Stuccoing, and NFGS-09215, Veneer Plaster.
Doors. Provide doors and door hardware in accordance with pars.
184.108.40.206 through 220.127.116.11. Refer to Military Bulletin MIL-BUL-34, Engineering
and Design Criteria for Navy Facilities. Provide fire-rated doors in
accordance with NFPA 80, Fire Doors and Windows and NFPA 101.
Exterior Doors. Provide insulated, self-closing, swinging exterior
steel doors with steel frames. Provide storefront type entrances with steel
or aluminum framing at main building entrances. Provide heavy-duty doors and
door hardware in flightline areas.
Provide heavy-duty, self-closing, swinging interior
Overhead Doors. Provide manually or electrically operated overhead
doors. Refer to NFGS-08331, Rolling Service and Fire Doors and NFGS-08360,
Sectional Overhead Doors. Provide electrically operated overhead doors with
contact type push buttons located near the door. Install safety devices to
prevent injury to personnel and equipment. Insulate overhead doors and
provide bottom waterproof seal and weatherstripping. Do not use rolling doors
to enclose heated spaces. Consider vertical lift or folding doors to enclose
heated spaces when sectional doors are not appropriate. Refer to NFGS-08367,
Vertical Lift Metal Doors.
Door Hardware. Refer to NFGS-08710, Finish Hardware. Consult
public works and base fire departments for exterior hardware required for
access to mechanical rooms, electrical rooms, sprinkler control rooms, and
fire alarm annunciator panels. Do not provide hardware on the exterior of
emergency exit doors.
Hinges. Provide heavy-duty stainless steel hinges, minimum 1-1/2
pair per door leaf. Provide ball-bearing type for doors with closers or
subject to high use, and non-removable pins for exterior doors.
six-pin cylinders. Provide electronic cipher door locks at secured locations
indicated. Review keying system with the user and provide type required
(master, grandmaster or great-grandmaster), either new or integrated with
user's existing system.
Exit Devices (Panic Hardware). Provide single exit doors with
locksets in lieu of double doors with exit devices (panic hardware) unless
exit devices are required by NFPA 101. Provide a removable mullion (vertical
divider member) with a pair of rim-type exit devices for exterior double doors
when single doors are not feasible.