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PART 1

GENERAL

1.1

General Instructions

1.2

Works included

1.3

Related Works specified elsewhere

1.4

Codes and Standards

1.5

Quality Assurance

1.6

Subm ittals

1. 7

Environmental conditions

1.8

Delivery, storage, hand ling and protection

1.9

Door Schedule

PART 2
2.1
PART 3

PRODUCTS
Products
EXECUTION

3.1

Door frames , shutters and hardware examination and preparation

3.2

Door frames, shutters and hardware installation guide

3.3

Fire rated doors, fire rated door frames and hardware

3.4

Frames and doors installation- general

3.5

Installation - pressed steel frames

3.6

Installation- hollow metal doors

3.7

Installation- interior wood door frames (door sets)

3.8

Installation interior wood doors

3.9

Installation- exterior wood doors

3.10

Installation of finishing hardware

3.11

Mounting heights

3. 12. Key control


3.13

Cleaning

3.14

Clear up

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PART1

GENERAL

1.1

General Instructions

1.1.1

Works of this Section shall be governed by Conditions of the Contract and Sections of
Division-1 .

1.2

Works included

1.2.1

Provide the following 'Works of this Section:

1.2.1.1

Pressed steel exterior door frames.

1.2.1.2

Pressed steel interior door frames.

1.2.1.3

Fire rated pressed steel door frames.

1.2.1.4

Hollow metal exterior doors.

1.2.1.5

Hollow metal interior doors.

1.2.1.6

Hollow metal fire rated doors.

1.2.1.7

Interior wood doors and frames (door sets).

1.2.1. 8

Interior fire rated wood doors and frames (door sets).

1.2.1 .9

Exterior wood doors.

1.2.1.10

Hardware for exterior and interior hollow metal doors.

1.2.1.11

Hardware for fire rated hollow metal doors.

1.2.1.12

Hardware for exterior wood doors.

1.2.1.13

Hardware for interior wood doors.

1.2.1.14

Hardware for fire rated wood doors.

1.3

Related Works specified elsewhere

1.3.1

Section 03 30 00

1.3.2

Section 04 22 00

- Concrete Un it Masonry - (For grouting pressed steel frames in


masonry walls).

1.3.3

Section 07 11 13

Bitum inous Damp Proofings

1.3.4

Section 07 92 00

Joint Sealants.

1.3.5

Section 08 11 13

Hollow Metal Doors and Frames - (For supply of hollow metal


doors and pressed steel frames).

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Wood Doors- (For supply of exterior and interior wood doors, and
interior wood door frames)- (door sets).

1.3.6

Section 08 14 00

1.3.7

Section 08 71 00

1.3.8

Section 08 80 00

1.3.9

Section 08 44 13

1.3.10

Section 09 21 13

1.3.11

Section 09 30 13

1.3.12

Section 09 91 00

Painting.

1.3.13

Division 26

ELECTRICAL: for building security and monitoring systems.

1.4

Codes and Standards

1.4.1

American National Standards Institute I Door and Hardware Institute (ANSIIDHI):

1.4.1.1

ANSI/DHAA115 .1G-1994: Installation Guide for Doors and Hardware.

1.4.2

British Standards Institution (BSI):

1.4.2.1

BS 476 , Part 20: Method for Determination of the Fire Resistance of Elements of
Construction (General Principles) .

1.4.2.2

BS 476, Part 21: Methods for Determination of the Fire Resistance of Load Bearing
Elements of Construction.

1.4.2.3

BS 476, Part 22: Methods for Determination of the Fire Resistance of Non-Load Bearing
Elements of Construction .

1.4.2.4

BS 476, Part 23 : Methods for Determination of the Contribution of Components to the Fire
Resistance of a Structure.

1.4.2.5

BS 476, Part 31: Fire Tests on Building Materials and Structures, Methods for Measuring
Smoke Penetration Through Doorsets and Shutter Assemblies.

1.4.2.6

BS 5588: Fire Precautions In the Design , Construction and Use of Buildings.

1.4.2.7

BS 5628, Part 3: Code of Practice for Use of Masonry, Material and Components, Design
and Workmanship.

1.4.3

National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers (NAAMM):

1.4.3.1

NAAMM/HMMA 840-99: Installation and Storage of Hollow Metal Doors and Frames.

1.4.3.2

NAAMM I HMMA 861-00: Guide Specifications for Commercial Hollow Metal Doors and
Frames.

1.4.4

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA):

1.4.4. 1

NFPA 80: Standard for Fire Doors and Fire W indows.

Door Hardware - (For supply of hardware for hollow metal doors,


wood doors and glazed aluminum doors).
Glazing: for glazing of hollow metal doors and pressed steel
frames, and for glazing of wood doors.
Glazed Aluminium Curtain Wall

Plaster Assemblies
Ceramic Tile.

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1.5

Quality Assurance

1.5.1

Door frames, doors and door hardware installer

1.5.1.2

Only qualified specialist door frame, shutter and door hardware installers having minimum
five (5) years proven experience in this type of Works shall be engaged. Submit proof of
experience upon instructions from the Engineer.

1.5.2

Pre-installation meeting:

1.5.2.1

Prior to commencing Works of this Section, arrange for the manufacturer(s) technical
representatives to review with the Contractor and the Engineer procedures to be adopted,
conditions under which the Works of this Section shall be done, and inspect the surfaces
to receive the products, in order that any alternate provisions may be considered should
adverse conditions be encountered on site.

1.5.3

Verification of performance:

1.5.3.1

Arrange for manufacturer's technical representative to inspect the Works of this Section at
intervals during installation and on completion submit written verification of compliance
with specifications and relevant standards.

1.5.4

Quality control specimens:

1.5.4.1

Provide quality control specimens in accordance with requirements of the Conditions of


the Contract and Sections of Division 01.

1.5.4.2

Install quality control specimens of exterior hollow metal doors and frames. interior hollow
metal doors and frames, fire rated hollow metal doors and frames, exterior wood doors,
interior wood doors and frames (door sets) and fire rated, interior wood doors and frames
(door sets) on the Site where directed by the Engineer.

1.5.4.3

Quality control specimens shall include all Works of this Section for exterior hollow metal
doors and frames, interior hollow metal doors and frames, fire rated hollow metal doors
and frames , exterior wood doors, interior wood doors and frames (door sets) and fire
rated, interior wood doors and frames (door sets), with all door finish hardware and fire
rated door finish hardware for the fire rated doors. Co-ordinate Works required for quality
control specimens with all Works of other Sections. Make all adjustments as directed by
the Engineer.

1.5.4.4

Do not proceed with the Works of this Section until the quality control specimens have
been reviewed and accepted by the Engineer. Reviewed and accepted quality control
specimens shall be retained and shall serve as the minimum acceptable standard for the
Works of this Section. The quality control specimens shall be incorporated into the
finished Works of this Section if so permitted by Engineer.

1.6

Submittals

1.6.1

Product data:

1.6.1.1

Submit product data in accordance with Conditions of the Contract and Sections of
Division 01.

1.6.2

Safety data sheets:

1.6.2.1

Submit safety data sheets in accordance with Conditions of the Contract and Sections of
Division 01 for inclusion with project record documents. Keep one (1) copy of safety data
sheets on Site for reference by workers.
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1.6.3

Quality assurance certificates:

1.6.3.1

Submit quality assurance certificates in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract
and Sections of Division 01.

1.6.3.2

Provide authentic copies of quality assurance certificates stating that the installer is and
will be for the duration of the Works of this Section, ISO 9001 and ISO 9002 registered.

1.6.4

Maintenance instructions:

1.6.4.1

Submit maintenance instructions in accordance with the Conditions of the Contract and
Sections of Division 01.

1.6.4.2

State clearly warning of any maintenance practice or materials which may damage or
have adverse effects on the installation of the Works of this Section. Indicate methods and
products recommended for cleaning.

1.7

Environmental conditions

1.7.1

Wood doors:

1.7.1.1

Conform to the requirements laid down by the manufacturer's written instructions.

1.8

Delivery, storage, handling and protection

1.8.1

Hollow metal doors. frames and screens:

1.8.1.1

Co-ordinate deliveries to comply with construction schedule and arrange in advance for
off-the-ground, under cover storage location. Do not load any area beyond the plot limits.

1.8.1.2

Adequately protect the hollow metal doors, frames and screens against rust and damage
during delivery and storage.

1.8.1.3

Store the hollow metal doors, frames and screens in accordance with the requirements of
NAAMM/HMMA 840 and on planks in a dry area and cover to protect from damage. Make
good immediately any damage done. Clean scratches and touch-up with rust-inhibitive
primer as required and to the satisfaction of Engineer.

1.8.2

Wood doors and frames:

1.8.2.1

Co-ordinate deliveries to comply with construction schedule and arrange in advance for
off-the-ground, under cover storage location. Do not load any area beyond the plot limits.

1.8.2.2

Do not permit delivery of the wood doors and frames to the Site until the building(s) are
sufficiently dry, wet trades are completed and the moisture readings of surfaces in the
proposed storage area(s) are less than 18%.

1.8.2.3

Wood doors and frames shall be carefully checked, unloaded, stored and handled to
prevent damage. Store wood doors and frames flat on level surface. Protect wood doors
and frames with suitable non-staining waterproof coverings, but allow for air circulation at
sides.

1.8.3

Door hardware:

1.8.3.1

Arrange with the Main Contractor to provide adequate secured hardware storage room for
storage of hardware on site.

1.8.3.2

Door hardware shall be delivered to the Site by Hardware Subcontractor. General


Installations Subcontractor shall off-load hardware and place in designated room,

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checking and verifying delivered quantities in coordination with Hardware Subcontractor.


1.9

Door Schedule

1.9.1

Works of this Section shall comply with the content of DOOR SCHEDULE as indicated
on drawings. It is the responsibility of Doors Sub-contractor to verify and co-ordinate the
information indicated on the Architectural Drawings and the DOOR SCHEDULE for
construction and obtain Engineer clarification I approval on discrepancies discovered, if
any, prior to commencement of Assembly/Erection on Site.

PART2

PRODUCTS

2.1

Products

2.1.1

Refer to the following Sections for products to be supplied under this Section for
installation:

2.1.1.1

Section 08 11 13 - Steel Doors and Frames: for hollow metal doors and pressed steel
frames and screens.

2.1.1.2

Section 08 14 00 -Wood Doors: for exterior wood doors, interior wood doors and frames .

2.1.1.3

Section 08 71 10 - Door Hardware - (For hardware for hollow metal, glazed aluminium
and interior wood and exterior wood doors).

PART3

EXECUTION

3.1

Door frames, shutters and hardware examination and preparation

3.1 .1

Examine substrate surfaces to receive the Works of this Section and ensure that Works
done as part of the other Sections are complete and that there are no conditions which will
adversely affect the performance of the Works of this Section. Notify the Contractor of any
unsatisfactory conditions. Do not proceed with the Works of this Section until
unsatisfactory conditions have been rectified. Commencement of the Works of this
Section implies acceptance of surfaces and conditions.

3.2

Door frames, shutters and hardware installation guide

3.2.1

Refer to ANSI/DHA, Installation Guide for Doors and Hardware as a guide to the
installation of interior hollow metal doors and frames, exterior hollow metal doors and
frames, fire rated hollow metal doors and frames, interior wood doors and frames, exterior
wood doors, fire rated wood doors and frames, and architectural door hardware. Its use
will contribute to the elimination of field problems due to faulty installation. Copies of this
guide can be obtained from the Door and Hardware Institute, 14170 Newbrook Drive,
Chantilly, VA 22021 -2223, Tel: 703-222-2010, Fax: 703-222-2410.

3.3

Fire rated doors, fire rated door frames and hardware

3.3.1

NFPA 80 and BWF Building Regulations, Approved Document B requires that all fire
doors be machined for hardware before the doors can be labelled.

3.3.2

Install interior fire rated wood door frames where indicated in masonry walls, concrete
walls, plaster and gypsum board partitions in accordance with the NFPA 80, the British
Woodworking Federation (BWF) - Certifire Fire Door and Door Set Scheme and 85476,
Parts 20,21,22 and 23.

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3.3.3

NFPA 80 requires that all fire doors be prepared for locks, latches, hinges, concealed
closers, glass lites, vision panels, louvres, astragals and laminated overlays by the door
manufacturer or his licensee in conformance with the manufacturer's inspection service
procedure and under label service. Exceptions to this ruling include, but are not limited to,
the following: preparation for surface applied hardware, function holes for mortise locks,
holes for labelled viewers, a maximum 19mm undercut on wood doors, and application of
protection plates. These exceptions may be effected at the Site.

3.3.4

Install fire labelled pressed steel frames in strict accordance with NFPA 80.

3.3.5

Install fire labelled hinged hollow metal doors in strict accordance with NFPA 80.

3.3.6

Install fire labelled hinged interior wood doors in strict accordance with NFPA 80 , BS 476.
Part 22, Part 31 and Part 31, Section 31.1 and BS 5588.

3.3.7

Install fire labelled hardware in strict accordance with NFPA 80, BS476, Part 22, Part 31
and Part 31, Section 31.1 and BS5588.

3.4

Frames and doors installation -general

3.4.1

Carefully handle products to preclude damage to products and adjacent surfaces.

3.4.2

Steel doors and frames shall be prepared with reinforcement in accordance with templates
provided by Hardvvare Subcontractor. Report any variations to the Contractor.

3.4 .3

Interior wood doors shall be prepared in accordance with templates provided by Hardware
Subcontractor. Report any variations to the Contractor.

3.4.4

Exterior wood doors shall be prepared in accordance with templates provided by


Hardware Subcontractor. Report any variations to the Contractor.

3.4.5

Place fire labelled doors and frames in their designated openings.

3.5

Installation- pressed steel frames

3.5.1

Install pressed steel door frames where indicated in masonry walls, concrete walls, plaster
and gypsum board partitions in accordance with clearance and tolerance requirements
specified in NAAMM I HMMA 840 and as specified herein.

3.5.2

Install pressed steel sidelight, screen , and window frames where indicated in masonry
walls, concrete walls, plaster and gypsum board partitions.

3.5.3

Temporary spreaders:

3.5.3.1

Remove temporary steel spreaders prior to installation of frames.

3.5.3.2

Fabricate wood spreaders square from timber no less than 25mm thick and of correct
length (ie. door opening width between the jambs at the header). Cut clearance notches
for frame stops. Install wood spreaders at the base of the frame and at the mid or strike
point on the frame to maintain the door opening and to prevent bowing of the jambs. For
frames over 1200mm width, provide vertical support at centre of head. Do not remove
wood spreaders until the frames are set permanently in the wall or partition .

3.5.4

Set frames plumb, square, level, and at correct elevation, maintaining uniform width and
height within the following tolerances as measured by laser method;

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3.5.4.1

Squareness: 1.5mm measured on a line at 900 mm from one jamb, at the upper corner
of the frame at the upper jamb.

3.5.4.2

Alignment
the wall.

3.5.4.3

Twist 1.5mm measured at the face corners of the jambs on parallel lines perpendicu lar
to the plane of the wall .

3.5.4.4

Plumbness: 1.5mm measured on the jamb at the floor

3.5.5

Anchor frames to walls and partitions using anchors supplied with frames.

3.5.6

Brace frames rig idly in position while being built in.

3.5.7

Make allowance fo r deflection to ensure structural loads are not transmitted to frames.

3.6

Installation -hollow metal doors

3.6.1

Install hollow metal doors, in locations shown on Drawings and Schedules.

3.6.2

Unless otherwise ind icated , provide edge clearances as fo llows;

3.6 .1

Between doors and frames at head and jambs: 3mm.

3.6.2.2

At door bottom: 1Omm maximum with no th reshold and 6mm maximum with threshold.

3.6.2.3

Between meeting edges of pairs of doors: 3mm.

3.6.2.4

Between meeting edge of transom panel and door: 3mm.

3.7

Installation- interior wood door frames (door sets)

3.7.1

Install interior wood door frames where indicated in masonry walls, concrete walls, plaster
and gypsum board partitions in accordance with clearance and tolerance requ irements
specified in the ANSI/DHA A 115.1 G and the British Woodworking Federation (BWF)
installation req uirements.

3.7.2

Set frames plumb, square, level , and at correct elevation, maintaining un iform width and
height

3.7.3

Anchor frames to walls and partitions using concealed type anchors.

3.8

Installation interior wood doors

3.8.1

Install interior wood doors in accordance with manufacturer's printed installation


instructions and ANSI/DHAA 115.1 G installation Requirement.

3.8.2

Interior wood doors are specified in Section 08 14 00 to be factory profit, bevelled and
machined to fit openings. If wood doors are delivered to the Site not machined , and
requiring machining preparation at the Site , all hinge, lock and closer cavities shall be
sealed the same day they are cut into the edges of the doors.

3.8.3

Ensure doors prefit door frame width as trim undercut is perm itted on door bottom only.
Prefit tolerances shall be as specified in Section 08 14 00 and as follows;

3.8.3.1

3mm at top and hinge edges.

1.5mm measured on the jambs on a horizontal line parallel to the plane of

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3.8.3.2

On single doors, 3mm at lock edge.

3.8.3.3

On pair of doors at meeting edge, 2mm per leaf.

3.8.3.4

Bottom, 10mm maximum to threshold.

3.9

Installation - exterior wood doors

3.9.1

Install exterior wood doors in strict accordance with manufacturer's printed installation
instructions, ANSI/DHA A 115.1 G.

3.9.2

Exterior wood doors are specified in Section 08 14 00 to be factory prefit, bevelled and
machined to fit openings. If wood doors are delivered to the Site not machined, and
requiring machining preparation at the Site, all hinge, lock and closer cavities shall be
sealed the same day they are cut into the edges of the doors.

3.9.3

Ensure doors prefit door frame width as trim undercut is permitted on door bottom only.
Prefit tolerances shall be as specified in Section 08 14 00 and as follows:-

3.9.3.1

3mm at top and hinge edges.

3.9.3.2

On single doors, 3mm at lock edge.

3.9.3.3

On pair of doors at meeting edge, 2mm per leaf.

3.9.3.4

Bottom, 1Omm maximum to threshold.

3.10

Installation of finishing hardware

3.10.1

Refer to ANSI/DHA A 115, "Installation Guide for Doors and Hardware" as a guide to the
installation of architectural door hardware, in order to eliminate possible site problems
due to faulty installation. Copies of this guide can be obtained from the Door and
Hardware Institute, 14170 Newbrook Drive. Chantilly, VA 22021 -2223. Tel: 703-2222010, Fax: 703-222-2410.

3.1 0.2

Refer to Section 08 71 10 for installation of finishing hardware and as specified herein.

3.10.3

Ensure that Sub-contractors(s) conform to the manufacturer's instructions for installation.

3.10.4

Cut, drill and prepare doors based on template to receive hardware.

3.10.5

Install hardware to doors and frames in accordance with manufacturer's printed


installation, template, and adjusting instructions supplied by the Hardware Subcontractor I
Contractor. Adjust all hardware as and when required to provide smooth operation of
doors and ensure clearances are maintained. Repair damage to adjacent surfaces
resulting from failure to comply with this requirement

3.10.6

Provide lubricants as required and use in appropriate manner to ensure smooth function
of hardware consistent with manufacturers' recommendations.

3.10.7

Wood doors:

3.10.7.1

Use correct sized drills and taps for screws provided. Do not use self-drilling screws
unless necessary for items such as kickplates, push plates and door seals. Do not use
power screw drivers for installation of lock and latchsets, panic hardware, door closers, or
items secured to wood doors. Drill proper pilot holes and put screws in manually in wood
doors.

3.10.8

Ensure fastening components are tightened snugly. Do not burr or otherwise mar the

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edges of surfaces of hardware items. Repair defects resu lting from this work in an
acceptable manner.
3.10.9

Install fire labelled hardware in strict accordance with NFPA 80 , BS 476, Part 22, Part 31
and Part 31, Section 31 .1 and BS 5568.

3.1 0.10

Thresholds:

3. 10.1 0.1

Apply three (3) continuous runn ing beads of threshold sealant under th resholds using
sealant gun method. Bead diameter shall be sufficient to ensure full width and tight seal.
Remove excess sealant by methods acceptable to the Engineer and sealant
manufacturer.

3.11

Mounting heights

3.11. 1

Mounting heights of the hardware items shall be as indicated in Section 08 71 10- Door
Hardware.

3.12.

Key control

3.12.1

Provide key control cabinets and label keys as required. Instruct the Employer's personnel
in proper use and function of key control system. Deliver master keys direct to the
Employer and obtain receipt.

3.13

Cleaning

3.13.1

On a daily basis as the Works of this Section proceed, remove and dispose of all debris
resulting from the Works of this Section, as directed by Engineer.

3.13.2

Leave work areas of the Works of this Section broom clean at the end of each work day.

3.14

Clear up

3.14.1

Remove excess debris and products from the Site, and dispose-off in line with Engineer's
instructions.

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