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SECTION
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GEN
ERAL

1.1

SUMMARY

A.

Section Includes:

1.

Automatic Entrance Doors.

2.

Automatic Entrance Door Assemblies.

3.

Components.

4.

Door Operators.

5.

Electrical Controls.

6.

Activation and Safety Devices.

7.

Hardware.

8.

Fabrication.

9.

Aluminum Finishes.

B.

Related Sections:

1.

Section [
07 92 00
-

Joi
nt Sealants
] [
______
].

2.

Section [
08 71 00
-

Door Hardware
] [
______
].

3.

Section [
08 80 00
-

Glazing
] [
______
].

4.

Section [
26 05 00
-

Common Work Results for Electrical
] [
______
].

5.

Section [
28 00 00
-

Electronic Safety and Security
] [
______
].

1.2

REFERENCES

A.

American A
rchitectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA):

1.

AAMA 606.1 Voluntary Guide Specifications and Inspection Methods for Integral Color Anodic
Finishes for Architectural Aluminum.

2.

AAMA 607.1 Voluntary Guide Specification and Inspection Methods for Clear Anodic
Finishes
for Architectural Aluminum.

3.

AAMA 611 Voluntary Standards for Anodized Architectural Aluminum.

4.

AAMA 701 Combined Voluntary Specification for Pile Weatherstrip and Replaceable
Fenestration Weatherseals.

5.

AAMA 2605 Voluntary Specification, Performance

Requirements and Test Procedures for
Superior Performing Organic Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels.

B.

American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers (AAADM).

C.

American National Standards Institute (ANSI):

1.

ANSI Z97.1 Safety Glazing Materials Us
ed in Buildings
-

Safety Performance Specifications and
Methods of Test.

D.

American National Standards Institute/Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (ANSI/BHMA):

1.

ANSI/BHMA A156.5 Auxiliary Locks.

2.

ANSI/BHMA A156.10 Power Operated Pedestrian Doors.

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E.

AST
M International:

1.

ASTM B209 Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum
-
Alloy Sheet and Plate.

2.

ASTM B221 Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum
-
Alloy Extruded Bars, Rods,
Wire, Profiles, and Tubes.

F.

Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC):

1.

C
PSC 16 CFR 1201 Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Materials.

G.

Glass Association of North America (GANA):

1.

GANA Glazing Manual.

H.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO):

1.

ISO 9001
-

Quality Management Systems.

I.

National Association of Archit
ectural Metal Manufacturers (NAAMM):

1.

NAAMM Metal Finishes Manual.

J.

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):

1.

NFPA 70
-

National Electric Code.

2.

NFPA 101
-

Life Safety Code.

K.

Stanley Security Solutions Companies:

1.

MANU
-
SPEC Section 08 71 00
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Door Hardware.

L.

Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL):

1.

UL 325
-

Standard for Door, Drapery, Gate, Louver, and Window Operators and Systems.

1.3

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

A.

Thermal Movements: Allow for thermal movements resulting from following maximum change (range)
in ambient an
d surface temperatures by preventing buckling, opening of joints, overstressing of
components, failure of joint sealants, failure of connections and other detrimental effects. Base
engineering calculation on surface temperatures of materials due to both so
lar heat gain and nighttime
-
sky heat loss.

1.

Temperature Change (Range): 120 degrees F (49 degrees C), ambient; 180 degrees F (82 degrees
C), material surfaces.

B.

Operating Range:
-
30 degrees F
-

130 degrees F (
-
34
-

54 degrees C).

C.

Opening
-
Force Requirements f
or Egress Doors: Not more than 50 lbf (222 N) required to manually set
door in motion if power fails, and not more than 15 lbf (67 N) required to open door to minimum required
width.

D.

Closing
-
Force Requirements: Not more than 30 lbf (133 N) required to prev
ent door from closing.

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E.

Design sliding automatic entrance doors to function as follows:

1.

Doors normally closed and locked by automatic locking system with motion detector activation
system disabled.

2.

Upon signal from pushplate, motion detection activation sys
tem will be enabled. Sliding automatic
entrance door will unlock and open when object or pedestrian enters activation zone. Door will be
held open as long as object or pedestrian remains in activation or safety zone.

3.

Once activation and safety zones have c
leared, door will close and re
-
lock, returning to normal
state.

4.

Emergency egress can be achieved at any time during cycle by utilizing emergency breakaway
feature.

F.

Electrical components, devices and accessories listed and labeled in accordance with NFPA 70
.

G.

Comply with authorities having jurisdiction for automatic entrance doors serving as means of egress.

1.4

SUBMITTALS

A.

General: Submit listed submittals in accordance with Conditions of the Contract and Division 01
Submittal Procedures.

B.

Product Data: Submit man
ufacturer's complete product literature for specified hardware items, detailed
installation diagrams and instructions.

C.

Shop Drawings:

1.

Submit shop drawings detailing installation procedures, including layout, plans, elevations,
sections, details, dimensions

and placement of hardware, hardware mounting heights and
attachments to other work.

2.

Indicate field measurements.

D.

Quality Assurance:

1.

Certificates: Product certificates signed by manufacturer certifying materials comply with
specified performance characteri
stics and criteria and physical requirements.

2.

Manufacturer's Instructions: Manufacturer's installation instructions.

E.

Closeout Submittals: Submit the following:

1.

Warranty: Manufacturer's standard warranty document executed by authorized company official.
Man
ufacturer's warranty is in addition to, and not a limitation of, other rights Owner may have
under Contract Documents.

2.

Operation and Maintenance Data: Operation and maintenance data for installed products in
accordance with Division 01 Closeout Submittals
(Maintenance Data and Operation Data)
Section. Include methods for maintaining installed products and precautions against cleaning
materials and methods detrimental to finishes and performance.

1.5

QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.

Qualifications: Installer experienced in per
forming work of this section who has specialized in installation
of work similar to that required for this project.

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B.

Manufacturer Qualifications: Manufacturer with facility certified under ISO 9001 and with company
certificate issued by AAADM.

C.

Certification
s: Automatic sliding door systems certified by manufacturer to meet performance design
criteria in accordance with following standards:

1.

ANSI/BHMA A156.10.

2.

NFPA 101.

3.

UL 325 listed.

D.

Source Limitations: Obtain automatic entrance door assemblies through one so
urce from a single
manufacturer.

E.

Electrical Components, Devices and Accessories: Listed and labeled as defined in NFPA 70, Article 100,
by testing agency acceptable to authorities having jurisdiction, and marked for intended use.

F.

Emergency Exit Door Requir
ements: Comply with requirements of authorities having jurisdiction for
automatic entrance doors serving as required means of egress.

1.6

DELIVERY, STORAGE & HANDLING

A.

General: Comply with Division 01 Product Requirements.

B.

Ordering: Comply with manufacturer's o
rdering instructions and lead time requirements to avoid
construction delays.

C.

Delivery, Storage and Protection:

1.

Deliver, store and handle in accordance with Section [
01 61 00
-

Common Product
Requirements
] [
______
].

2.

Deliver, store and handle materials in a
ccordance with manufacturer's written instructions.

3.

Deliver in original packaging with labels and identification intact.

4.

Ship hardware items in lots coordinated with openings, as numbered in door schedule.

5.

Inspect hardware items upon delivery to ensure tha
t specified products have been received.

6.

Store hardware items in secure dry location, protected from weather until ready for installation.

1.7

PROJECT CONDITIONS

A.

Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity and ventilation) within limits recommende
d
by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not install products under environmental conditions outside
manufacturer's absolute limits.

1.8

WARRANTY

A.

Project Warranty: Refer to Conditions of the Contract for project warranty provisions.

B.

Manufacturer's Warranty: S
ubmit, for Owner's acceptance, manufacturer's standard warranty document
executed by authorized company official. Manufacturer's warranty is in addition to, and not a limitation
of, other rights Owner may have under Contract Documents. Manufacturer's stand
ard warranty: [
One
]
[
______
] calendar year from date of substantial completion.

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C.

Automatic Entrance Doors finish warranted against failure, deterioration or fading for period of [
10
]
[
______
] years from Date of Substantial Completion.

D.

Maintenance: During th
e warranty period all warranty work, including but not limited to emergency
service, shall be performed during normal working hours.

PART 2
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PRODUCTS

2.1

AUTOMATIC ENTRANCE DOORS

A.

Manufacturer: Stanley Access Technologies, LLC.

1.

Contact: 65 Scott Swamp Road, Farmington,

CT 06032; Telephone: (800) 722
-
2377; Fax: (860)
679
-
6426; website: www.stanleyaccesstechnologies.com.

2.

Acceptable Materials: Sliding automatic entrance doors Stanley Access Technologies; Dura
-
Glide
Series [
2000
] [
3000
] [
5200
] [
5300
].

2.2

MATERIALS

A.

Aluminum: Al
loy and temper recommended by manufacturer for type of use and finish indicated.

B.

Headers, Stiles, Rails and Frames:

1.

Extruded Bars, Rods, Profiles and Tubes conforming to ASTM B221, 6063
-
T6.

2.

Sheet and Plate conforming to ASTM B209.

C.

Sealants, Solvents, Clean
ers and Other Fluids: [
Water based
] [
Water soluble
] [
Water cleanup
]
[
Nonflammable
] [
Biodegradable
] [
Low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content
] [
In accordance
with Section {07 92 00
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Joint Sealants} {______}
] [
Material type {______}
].

2.3

AUTOMATIC ENTRANCE
DOOR ASSEMBLIES

A.

General: Provide manufacturer's standard automatic entrance door assemblies, including doors, sidelites,
framing, headers, carrier assemblies, roller tracks, door operators, activation and safety devices and
accessories required for a compl
ete installation.

B.

Sliding Automatic Entrance Doors:

1.

Single Slide Sliding Doors (2000 or 3000 models):

a.

Configuration: One sliding leaf and one [
f
ull
] [
p
artial
] [
______
] sidelite.

b.

Traffic Pattern: Two
-
way.

c.

Emergency Breakaway Capability: [
Sliding leaves only

{2000}
] [
Sliding leaves and
sidelites {3000}
] [
______
].

d.

Mounting: Between jambs.

2.

Bi
-
Parting Sliding Doors (2000 or 3000 models):

a.

Configuration: Two sliding leaves and two [
f
ull
] [
p
artial
] [
_____
] sidelites.

b.

Traffic Pattern: Two
-
way.

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c.

Emergency Breakaway Ca
pability: [
Sliding leaves only {2000}
] [
Sliding leaves and
sidelites {3000}
] [
______
].

d.

Mounting: Between jambs.

3.

Three
-
Panel Telescoping Sliding Doors (5200 or 5300 models):

a.

Configuration: Two sliding leaves and one [
f
ull
] [
p
artial
] sidelite.

b.

Traffic Patter
n: Two
-
way.

c.

Emergency Breakaway Capability: [
Lead sliding leaf only {5200}
] [
Sliding leaves and
sidelites {5300}
] [
______
].

d.

Mounting: Between jambs.

4.

Six
-
Panel Telescoping Sliding Doors (5200 or 5300 models):

a.

Configuration: Four sliding leaves and two [
f
ull
] [
p
artial
] [
______
] sidelites.

b.

Traffic Pattern: Two
-
way.

c.

Emergency Breakaway Capability: [
Lead sliding leaves only {5200}
] [
Sliding leaves and
sidelites {5300}
] [
______
].

d.

Mounting: Between jambs.

2.4

COMPONENTS

A.

Framing [
And Transom Members
]: Manufacturer's st
andard extruded aluminum reinforced as required
to support imposed loads.

1.

Nominal Size:

B.

Single Slide and Bi
-
Parting Sliding Doors: [
1 3/4 inches x 4 1/2 inches (45 x 115 mm)
] [
1 3/4 inches x 6
inches (45 x 152 mm)
].

1.

Telescoping Sliding Doors: 1 3/4 inches
x 6 inches (45 x 152 mm).

2.

Use flush glazing method for transom.

C.

Stile, Rail Doors and Sidelites: Manufacturer's standard 1 3/4 inches (45 mm) thick glazed doors with
extruded
-
aluminum tubular stile and rail members. Incorporate concealed tie
-
rods that span

full length of
top and bottom rails or mechanically fasten corners with reinforcing brackets that are welded.

1.

Glazing Stops and Gaskets: Snap
-
on, extruded
-
security aluminum stops and preformed gaskets.

2.

Stile Design: [
Narrow stile; 2 inches (51 mm)
] [
Mediu
m stile; 3 1/2 inches (89 mm)
] nominal
width.

3.

Bottom Rail Design: Minimum [
4 inches (102 mm)
] [
6 inches (152 mm)
] [
8 inches (203 mm)
]
[
10 inches (254 mm)
] [
12 inches (305 mm)
] nominal height.

4.

Muntin Bars: Horizontal tubular rail member for each door; [
2 in
ches (51 mm)
] [
4 1/2 inches
(114 mm)
] nominal width.

D.

Glazing: [
In accordance with Section {08 80 00
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Glazing} {______}
].

1.

Glass: [
1/4 inch (6.4 mm)
] [
______
] clear, tempered.

2.

Safety Glass: To ANSI Z97.1 and CPSC 16 CFR 1201 for Category II materials, [
1/4
inch (6.4
mm)
] [
______
] thick, clear, fully tempered.

E.

Headers: Fabricated from extruded aluminum and extending full width of automatic entrance door units
to conceal door operators, carrier assemblies and roller tracks. Provide hinged or removable access p
anels
for service and adjustment of door operators and controls. Secure panels to prevent unauthorized access.

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1.

Mounting: Concealed, with one side of header flush with framing.

2.

Capacity:

a.

Single Slide and Bi
-
Parting Sliding Doors: Capable of supporting doors

up to 220 lb (100
kg) per leaf over spans up to 14 feet (4.3 m) without intermediate supports.

b.

3
-
Panel and 6
-
Panel Telescoping Sliding Doors: Capable of supporting doors up to 150 lb
(68 kg) per leaf over spans up to 14 feet (4.3 m) without intermediate s
upports.

F.

Carrier Assemblies and Overhead Roller Tracks: Manufacturer's standard carrier assembly that allows
vertical adjustment of at least 1/8 inch (3.2 mm); consisting of urethane with precision steel lubricated
ball
-
bearing wheels, operating on continu
ous roller track. Support doors from carrier assembly by 2
inches (51 mm) diameter anti
-
riser wheels with factory adjusted cantilever and pivot assembly. Minimum
2 ball bearing roller wheels and 2 anti
-
rise rollers for each active leaf.

1.

Minimum Load Wheel
Diameter:

a.

Single Slide and Bi
-
Parting Sliding Doors: 2 1/2 inches (64 mm).

b.

3
-
Panel and 6
-
Panel Telescoping Sliding Doors: 1 3/8 inches (35 mm).

G.

Thresholds: Manufacturer's standard thresholds to conform to details and requirements for code
compliance.

1.

Conti
nuous standard [
Tapered extrusion {Square by bevel, with bevel to {Exterior} {Interior}}
{Double bevel} {Recessed installation}
] [
Square extrusion under sidelites, for recessed
installation
].

2.

No threshold.

H.

Fasteners and Accessories: Manufacturer's standard

corrosion resistant, nonstaining, nonbleeding
fasteners and accessories compatible with adjacent materials.

I.

Signage: To ANSI/BHMA A156.10.

2.5

DOOR OPERATORS

A.

General: Provide door operators of size recommended by manufacturer for door size, weight and
movemen
t; for condition of exposure; and for long
-
term operation under normal traffic load for type of
occupancy indicated.

B.

Electromechanical Operators: Self
-
contained overhead unit powered by 1/4 horsepower, minimum,
permanent
-
magnet DC motor with gear reduction

drive, microprocessor controller and encoder.

1.

Operation: Power opening and power closing.

2.

Features:

a.

Adjustable opening and closing speeds.

b.

Adjustable back
-
check and latching.

c.

Adjustable braking.

d.

Adjustable hold
-
open time between 0
-

30 seconds.

e.

Obstructio
n recycle.

f.

On
-
off/hold
-
open switch to control electric power to operator.

g.

Energy conservation switch that reduces door
-
opening width.

h.

Separate power switch required.

3.

Mounting: Concealed.

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Electrical service to door operators provided by Section [
26 05 00
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Common Work Results for
Electrical
] [
______
]. Minimum service 120 VAC, 5 amps.

2.6

ELECTRICAL CONTROLS

A.

Electrical Control System: To include microprocessor controller and position encoder. Encoder to
monitor operator shaft revolutions and send signals to micro
processor controller to define door position.
Systems utilizing external magnets and magnetic switches are not acceptable. Single controller capable of
controlling up to 2 operators.

B.

Life Cycle Data Counter (LCD): Microprocessor control to incorporate non
-
resettable counter to track
door operation cycles.

C.

Controller Protection: Microprocessor controller to incorporate the following features:

1.

Automatic reset upon power
-
up.

2.

Fuse protection.

3.

Electronic surge protection.

4.

Internal power supply protection.

D.

Soft S
tart/Stop: Provide soft
-
start/soft
-
stop motor driving circuit.

E.

Safety Search Circuitry: Provide system to recycle doors when obstruction is encountered during closing
cycle. If obstruction is detected, system to search for that object on next closing cycle

by reducing door
closing speed at position that was previously encountered, and will continue to close in check speed until
doors are fully closed, at which time doors will reset to normal speed. If obstruction is encountered again,
door will come to full

stop. Doors to remain stopped until obstruction is removed and operate signal is
given, resetting door to normal operation.

2.7

ACTIVATION & SAFETY DEVICES

A.

Pushplates: UL Listed/CSA approved [
4 1/4 inches (108 mm) square
] [
6 inches (152 mm) round
]
SPDT pushpl
ates designed for mounting in single or double gang electrical box, stainless steel, engraved
with international symbol for accessibility and Push To Open. Mounting studs stainless steel.

B.

Motion Sensors: Mounted on each side of door header to detect pedest
rians in activating zone, and to
provide signal to open doors in accordance with ANSI/BHMA A156.10. Units programmable for bi
-
directional or unidirectional operation and incorporate K
-
band microwave frequency to detect motion in
both directions.

C.

Presence S
ensors: Provided to sense people or objects in threshold safety zone in accordance with
ANSI/BHMA A156.10. Units self
-
contained, fully adjustable and function accordingly with motion
sensors provided. Sensors enabled simultaneously with door
-
opening signal

and emit elliptical shaped
infrared presence zone, centered on doorway threshold line. Presence sensors capable of selectively
retuning to adjust for objects that may enter safety zone; tuning out, or disregarding, presence of small
nuisance objects and n
ot tuning out large objects regardless of time object is present in safety zone. Door
to close only after sensors detect clear surveillance field.

D.

Photoelectric Beams: Include minimum of 2 doorway holding photoelectric beams, pulsed infrared type,
includin
g sender receiver assemblies for recessed mounting.

2.8

HARDWARE

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A.

General: Provide units in sizes and types recommended by automatic entrance door and hardware
manufacturers for entrances and uses indicated.

B.

Emergency Breakaway Feature: Release hardware that al
lows panel(s) to swing out in direction of egress
to full 90 degrees from any position in sliding mode. Maximum force to open panel 50 lbf (222 N)
according to ANSI/BHMA A156.10. Interrupt powered operation of panel operator while in breakaway
mode. Includ
e:

1.

[
One
] [
Two
] adjustable detent device mounted in [
Top of each breakaway panel
] [
Each
breakaway panel; one top mounted and one bottom mounted
] to control panel breakaway
force.

2.

[
Wind Resistant Damper: Factory installed concealed gas dampers in each breaka
way panel
to protect door panels from wind damage. Design dampers to slow panel movement after
breakout
].

3.

[
Panel Closer: Factory installed, concealed hydraulic door closer in each breakaway panel
].

4.

Deadlocks: Manufacturer's standard deadbolt operated by ex
terior cylinder and interior thumb
turn; with minimum 1 inch (25.4 mm) long throw bolt; ANSI/BHMA A156.5, Grade 1.

5.

Cylinders: To [
Stanley Security Solutions MANU
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]
[
BEST lock cylinders
] [
Schlage lock cylinders
] [
Dummy l
ock cylinders
] [
______
].

6.

Hook Latch: Laminated
-
steel hook, mortise type, ANSI/BHMA A156.5, Grade 1.

7.

Lock/Unlock Indicator: Lock position indicators integrated with locking system, stile mounted on
secure side of the door and provide visual display of lock
position; "OPEN" in black letters when
unlocked, "LOCKED" in red letters when locked.

8.

[
Two
-
Point Locking: Locking system that incorporates device in stile of active door leaves
that automatically extends flush bolt into overhead carrier assembly
].

9.

[
Three
-
P
oint Locking: Locking system that incorporates device in stile of active door leaves
that automatically extends flush bolts into overhead carrier assembly and threshold
].

10.

Armored Strike: Reinforced security strike plate to prevent lock tampering.

C.

Automatic

Locking System: Include:

1.

Fail [
-
secure
] [
-
safe
] electric solenoid locking device with self
-
contained solid state electronic
control factory mounted inside header.

2.

During a power interruption:

a.

Solenoid Lock: [
Engage, preventing doors from sliding manually
]

[
Disengage, allowing
doors to slide manually
].

b.

Use standard emergency breakaway feature to provide means of egress.

3.

Provide automatic locking system on doors in accordance with [
d
oor and hardware schedule
]
[
______
].

D.

Access Control Locking System: Include:

1.

Fail [
-
secure
] [
-
safe
] electric solenoid locking device with self
-
contained solid state electronic
control factory mounted inside header.

2.

Vertical rod exit devices incorporated into sliding door panels that prevent breakout until rod is
released.

3.

During a

power interruption:

a.

Solenoid Lock: [
Engage, preventing the doors from sliding manually
] [
Disengage,
allowing doors to slide manually
].

b.

Use exit device to provide means of egress. Exit device: Concealed, vertical rod and
tamperproof, with [
s
urface mounted
]

[
f
lush recessed mounted
] interior release hardware
designed to prohibit manual breakout of door(s) from exterior.

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4.

Provide access control locking system on doors in accordance with [
d
oor and hardware
schedule
] [
______
].

E.

Alarm Contacts: Factory install inte
grated alarm contacts on sliding automatic entrances. Alarm contacts
to provide closed circuit dry contact for remote monitoring of sliding panel security. Configure alarm
contacts to signal forced entry, normal sliding and emergency breakout conditions.

F.

U
ninterruptible Power Supply (UPS): Provide UPS on designated sliding automatic entrance doors as
follows and include:

1.

Fully integrated UPS unit designed to fit within door header and UL listed for operation with
specified automatic door system.

2.

Upon main p
ower interruption to door:

a.

UPS: To supply power to automatic entrance door operator, controls, activation and safety
systems, provide up to 1.5 hours of normal operation.

3.

Low battery shutdown feature to safely [
o
pen
] [
c
lose
] door prior to complete battery
discharge.

4.

Audible battery replacement alarm to indicate that battery will no longer accept charge and
replacement is required.

5.

Provide UPS on doors in accordance with [
d
oor and hardware schedule
] [
______
].

G.

Fly Open Box: Provide on designated doors as foll
ows:

1.

Fully integrated unit designed to fit within door header, UL listed for operation with specified
sliding automatic entrance doors.

2.

Upon main power interruption to the door:

a.

Supply power to sliding automatic entrance door operator.

b.

Provide one [
o
pen
] [
c
lose
] operation.

3.

[
Configure Fly Open Box for connection to fire alarm system to initiate signal from fire
alarm to open doors until fire alarm signal is terminated
].

4.

Provide Fly Open Box on doors in accordance with [
d
oor and hardware schedule
] [
______
].

H.

C
ontrol Switch: Manufacturer's standard [
h
eader mounted rocker switches
] [
r
otary key switch
mounted on interior jamb
] [
r
otary switch mounted on interior jamb
] [
d
oor position switch
] to allow
for full control of automatic entrance door. Controls to include:

1.

Manual or Automatic Mode.

2.

[
One
-
way traffic
].

3.

Reduced Opening.

4.

Open/Closed.

I.

Sliding Weatherstripping: Manufacturer's standard replaceable components complying with AAMA 701;
made of wool, polypropylene or nylon woven pile with nylon
-
fabric or aluminum
-
strip

backing.

J.

Weather Sweeps: Manufacturer's standard adjustable nylon brush sweep mounted to underside of door
bottom.

2.9

FABRICATION

A.

General: Factory fabricated automatic entrance door assembly components to designs, sizes, thickness
and standards specified.

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1.

Fo
rm aluminum shapes before finishing.

2.

Use concealed fasteners to greatest extent possible.

a.

Use self
-
locking devices where fasteners are subject to loosening or turning out from
thermal and structural movements, wind loads or vibration.

b.

Reinforce members as
required to receive fastener threads.

B.

Framing: Provide sub
-
frames and reinforcement as required for a complete system to support required
loads.

1.

Fabricate tubular and channel frame assemblies with manufacturer's standard mechanical or
welded joints.

2.

Perfor
m fabrication operations to prevent damage to exposed finish surfaces.

3.

Form profiles that are sharp, straight and free of defects or deformations.

4.

Prepare components to receive concealed fasteners, anchor and connection devices.

5.

Fabricate components with a
ccurately fitted joints, coped or mitered corners and ends to produce
hairline joints free of burrs and distortion.

C.

Doors: Factory fabricated and assembled in specified and indicated profiles. Reinforce as required to
support imposed loads and for installi
ng hardware.

D.

Door Operators: Factory fabricated and installed in headers, including adjusting and testing.

E.

Glazing: Fabricate framing with minimum glazing edge clearances for thickness and type of glazing
specified.

F.

Hardware: Factory install hardware; remo
ve only as required for final finishing operation and for delivery
and installation.

2.10

ALUMINUM FINISHES

A.

General: Comply with NAAMM Metal Finishes Manual for Architectural and Metal Products
recommendations for applying and designing finishes. Finish designa
tions prefixed by AA comply with
system established by Aluminum Association for designing finishes.

B.

Class I, Clear Anodic Finish: AA
-
M10C22A41 Mechanical Finish: as fabricated; Chemical Finish:
etched, medium matte; Anodic Coating: Architectural Class I, c
lear coating 0.70 mils minimum,
complying with AAMA 611 and the following:

1.

AAMA 607.1.

2.

Applicator: Fully compliant with applicable environmental regulations and permits, including
wastewater and heavy metal discharge.

C.

Class II, Clear Anodic Finish: AA
-
M10C
22A31 Mechanical Finish: as fabricated; Chemical Finish:
etched, medium matte; Anodic Coating: Architectural Class II, clear coating 0.40 mils minimum
complying with AAMA 611, and the following:

1.

AAMA 607.1.

2.

Applicator: Fully compliant with applicable envir
onmental regulations and permits, including
wastewater and heavy metal discharge.

D.

Class I, Color Anodic Finish: AA
-
M10C22A42/A44 Mechanical Finish: as fabricated; Chemical Finish:
etched, medium matte; Anodic Coating: Architectural Class I, integrally colo
red or electrolytically
deposited color coating 0.70 mils minimum complying with AAMA 611, and the following:

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1.

Color: [
Champagne ANO
-
300
] [
Light Bronze ANO
-
301
] [
Medium Bronze ANO
-
302
] [
Dark
Bronze ANO
-
303
] [
Extra Dark Bronze ANO
-
304
] [
Black ANO
-
305
] [
_____
_
].

2.

AAMA 606.1.

3.

Applicator: Fully compliant with applicable environmental regulations and permits, including
wastewater and heavy metal discharge.

E.

Superior
-
Performance Organic Finish: AA
-
C12C40R1x Chemical Finish: cleaned with inhibited
chemicals; Chemical

Finish: acid
-
chromate
-
fluoride
-
phosphate conversion coating; Organic Coating.

1.

Fluoropolymer 2
-
Coat System: Manufacturer's standard 2
-
coat, thermocured system, non
-
mica,
nonmetallic, non
-
bright white, consisting of inhibitive primer and fluoropolymer color

topcoat
containing not less than 70% polyvinylidene fluoride resin by weight.

2.

Fluoropolymer 3
-
Coat System: Manufacturer's standard 3
-
coat, thermocured system; including,
but not limited to, mica, metallic and bright white; consisting of inhibitive primer
and
fluoropolymer color coat, and clear fluoropolymer topcoat, with both color coat and clear topcoat
containing not less than 70% polyvinylidene fluoride resin by weight.

3.

Prepare, pretreat and apply coating to exposed metal surfaces in accordance with AAM
A 2605 and
with coating and resin manufacturer's written instructions.

4.

Dry Film Thickness: 1.2 mils minimum.

5.

Color and Gloss: Selected by [
Architect
] [
______
] from manufacturer's standard colors and gloss
for paint system specified.

2.11

PRODUCT SUBSTITUTIONS

A.

S
ubstitutions: No substitutions permitted.

PART 3
-

EXECUTION

3.1

MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS

A.

Compliance: Comply with manufacturer's written data, including product technical bulletins, product
catalog installation instructions and product carton installation instructio
ns.

3.2

EXAMINATION

A.

Site Verification of Conditions:

1.

Verify that substrate conditions are acceptable for product installation in accordance with
manufacturer's instructions.

2.

Examine conditions for compliance with requirements for installation tolerances, heade
r support
and other conditions affecting performance of automatic entrance doors.

3.

Verify field measurements for openings to receive automatic door assemblies before fabrication.

3.3

PREPARATION

A.

Coordinate size and location of recesses in concrete floors for re
cessed sliding tracks. Concrete,
reinforcement and formwork requirements are specified in Division 03, as required.

B.

Use templates and shop drawings to verify that adequate provisions are made for locating and installing
automatic entrance doors.

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C.

Coordinate

layout and installation of electrical rough
-
in for connections to automatic entrance door power
supplies and security access control requirements.

D.

Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.

3.4

INSTALLATION

A.

General: Do

not install damaged components. Fit frame joints tight, free of burrs and distortion. Rigidly
secure non
-
movement joints.

B.

Entrances: Install automatic entrance doors plumb and true in alignment with established lines and grades
without warp or rack of fra
ming members and doors. Anchor securely in place.

1.

Install surface
-
mounted hardware using concealed fasteners.

2.

Set headers, carrier assemblies, tracks, operating brackets and guides level and true to location
with anchorage for permanent support.

C.

Door Opera
tors: Connect door operators to electrical power distribution system specified in Section [
26
05 00
-

Common Work Results for Electrical
] [
______
].

D.

Glazing: [
Install glazing in accordance with Section {08 80 00
-

Glazing}
] [
Glaze sliding automatic
entrance door panels in accordance with Glass Association of North America (GANA) Glazing
Manual and published recommendations of glass p
roduct manufacturer
] [
______
].

E.

Sealants: Apply and install sealants in accordance with Section [
07 92 00 Joint Sealants
] [
______
] to
provide weathertight installation.

F.

System Integration:

1.

Integrate sliding automatic entrance doors with other systems to provide complete working
system.

2.

Provide electrical interface control capability for card reader or keypad operation of sliding
automatic entrances
on doors with electrical locking.

3.

Provide electrical interface to deactivate power door operators on activation of fire alarm system.

3.5

ADJUSTING

A.

Adjust door operators, controls and hardware for smooth and safe operation, for weathertight closure and
complyi
ng with requirements in ANSI/BHMA A156.10.

3.6

PROTECTION

A.

Protect installed products until completion of project.

B.

Touch up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.

3.7

TESTING & VERIFICATION

A.

Perform tests recommended and required by manuf
acturer to verify required performance of sliding
automatic entrances.

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B.

Testing and inspection by trained installer to test and inspect each automatic entrance door to determine
compliance of installed systems with applicable standards.

3.8

COMPLETION & CLEANUP

A.

Upon completion and verification of installation, remove surplus materials, rubbish, tools and equipment.

END OF SECTION