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Division 8 doors and windows

Antillon ,Andrea Jade Battad, Gio Biag, Jomar Bidayan ,Jeff Charles Nisay, Clarrise Rivera, Rolly Soriano, Kenneth Umali, Veronica

Division 8 doors and windows

metal doors and

frames wood and plastic doors entrance and storefront windows hardware glazing

Metal doors
-hollow metal doors are made with

20,18 or 16 gage face sheets in thicknesses of 1 3/8 and 1 3/4

-available with small vision lites, half

glass , full glass , louvered , and flush

-door swing: left hand , right hand ,

-fire rated doors: certain door location

require a fire rating for the door and frame. C LABEL for hour rating .

Metal door cont.

Takeoff unit: each, note: Type of metal Metal gauge Door core material Fire rating Finish

Fire Rated Door Labels / Ratings

UL Label Rating 3 HR Rating 180 MIN Max Glass Area 100 square inches per leaf 100 square inches per leaf 1296 square inches per lite Refer to local codes Refer to local codes 1296 square inches per lite A B

1 1/2 HR

90 MIN


3/4 HR
1 1/2 HR

45 MIN

90 MIN

3/4 HR

45 MIN

1/3 HR

20 MIN



Types of door

Types of fire rated doors

Doorframe or door case is the frame of a doorway, including two jambs and a li ntel, or head.

Components of door way

Lintel - A horizontal beam above a door that supports the wall above it. (Also known as a header) Jambs - The vertical posts that form the sides of a door frame, where the hinges are mounted, and with which the bolt interacts. Sill - A horizontal beam below the door that supports the frame Doorstop - a thin slat built inside the frame to prevent a door from swinging through when closed, which might break the hinges. Architrave - The decorative molding that outlines a door frame. (called an Archivolt if the door is arched). Called door casing or brickmold in North America. Door knocker is an ornamental object hinged to the outside surface of a door and operated (by giving a knock on the door) to get the attention of residents in the room to gain admittance.


Anatomy of a door

Door frame
-steel frame are the most common type door frames and are available in

14,16 and 18 gage

-frame s are made with various widths (profile) to the thickness of the

wall to which they are mounted (4 , 8 )

-unit: each, note gauge , width , height and width, width single or


Steel framed door

Wood and plastic doors

-Vary and considerably in price , the primary determinant is veneer material . A thin sheet of material . A layer of wood superior value or excellent grain to be glued to an interior wood . -Unit: each,note . -size -hollow or solid core -fire rating -flushed or raised panel -finish Wooden doors - Wood doors are type of doors made from either solid hardwoods such as oak and cherry or hollow core made of plywood or laminate on either side. Plastic doors - Plastic doors are type of doors made from plastic materials such as polypropylene or polyvinyl chloride.

-stock windows they are more readily available and easily priced per unit. Count the number of units and list the accessories. -custom made exact figures can be obtained only from the manufacturer.

Anatomy of a window

Windows accessories

glass : thickness and types

-monolithic -clear glass -frosted glass -tempered glass -double glaze -laminated : settings of whatever material is installed in the frame (glass,metal,plastic,laminate,stone) cost depends on the total amount involved,size and quality of the material to be glazed, and the type of glazing method. : painted or galvanized steel,plastic coated fiber glass , aluminun , or bronze.



Hardware: locking devices,

handles , and hinges made of stainless steels , zinc plated steel , aluminum or bronze

Weatherstripping: vinyle, neopren , metal flanges and

clips, and adhesive back foam

Mullions: vertical bars that connect adjoining sectional frames. Sills: the bottom made of the frame made of stone, brick, precast
concret , tile , matal , or wood.width and thickness

Flashing: maybe required of the head and sill of the frame.

Hardware cost add considerably to the cost of the door Rough hardware comprises the bolts, screws, nails, small

anchored required for the installation of the doors and frames

Finished hardware (hinges, door closing devices, locks and

latches, locking bolts, kickplates) Is scheduled in the specifiscation or on the drawings.

Types of glass
Plates glass regular, gray, heat, absorbing, and

Wire glass where fire retardant and safety

characteristics are required.

Patterned glass used for a decoration or providing a

degree of privacy.
Insulating glass two sheets of glass to increase sound

and heat insulation