Extended application of test results for fire resistance for doorsets and shutter assemblies - For doors and shutters - Part 2: Steel hinged and pivoted doorsets

prEN 15269-2 covers single leaf, hinged or pivoted, steel based doorsets which incorporate a rebated steel door frame. It prescribes the methodology for extending the application of test results obtained from test(s) conducted in accordance with EN 1634-1.
NOTE   this draft was created as a first 'model' proposal intended to seek CEN enquiry related to single leaf, hinged or pivoted steel based doorsets into rebated frames only. It is intended to expand the scope at a later date to cover all steel hinged and pivoted doorset types (e.g double leaf doorsets and flush door frames).
Subject to the completion of the appropriate test or tests selected from those identified in Clause 5 the extended application may cover all or some of the following:
- integrity only (E), radiation (EW) or insulated (EI1 or EI2) classifications;
- glazed elements, louvres and/or vents;
- side, transom or overpanels;
- items of building hardware;
- decorative finishes;
- intumescent, smoke, draught or acoustic seals;
alternative supporting construction(s).

Erweiterter Anwendungsbereich von Prüfergebnissen zur Feuerwiderstandsfähigkeit von Türen, Toren und Klappen - Teil 2: Drehflügeltüreinrichtungen aus Stahl

Application élargie des résultats d'essais de résistance au feu des blocs-portes et blocs-fermetures - Pour portes et fermetures - Partie 2 : Blocs-portes et blocs-fermetures en acier, pivotants ou battants

Razširjena uporaba rezultatov preskusov požarne odpornosti za vrata in zaporne elemente - Za vrata in lopute - 2. del: Jeklena vrata z vrtljivim krilom

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Razširjena uporaba rezultatov preskusov požarne odpornosti za vrata in
zaporne elemente - Za vrata in lopute - 2. del: Jeklena vrata z vrtljivim krilom

Extended application of test results for fire resistance for doorsets and shutter

assemblies - For doors and shutters - Part 2: Steel hinged and pivoted doorsets
ICS 13.220.50; 91.060.50 Referenčna številka
oSIST prEN 15269-2:2005(en)

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EUROPEAN STANDARD
DRAFT
prEN 15269-2
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
August 2005
ICS
English Version
Extended application of test results for fire resistance for
doorsets and shutter assemblies - For doors and shutters - Part
2: Steel hinged and pivoted doorsets

Application élargie des résultats d'essais de résistance au Erweiterter Anwendungsbereich von Prüfergebnissen zur

feu des blocs-portes et blocs-fermetures - Pour portes et Feuerwiderstandsfähigkeit von Türen, Toren und Klappen -

fermetures - Partie 2: Blocs-portes et blocs-fermetures en Teil 2: Drehflügeltüreinrichtungen aus Stahl

acier, pivotants ou battants

This draft European Standard is submitted to CEN members for enquiry. It has been drawn up by the Technical Committee CEN/TC 127.

If this draft becomes a European Standard, CEN members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which

stipulate the conditions for giving this European Standard the status of a national standard without any alteration.

This draft European Standard was established by CEN in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language

made by translation under the responsibility of a CEN member into its own language and notified to the Management Centre has the same

status as the official versions.

CEN members are the national standards bodies of Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,

Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia,

Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom.

Recipients of this draft are invited to submit, with their comments, notification of any relevant patent rights of which they are aware and to

provide supporting documentation.

Warning : This document is not a European Standard. It is distributed for review and comments. It is subject to change without notice and

shall not be referred to as a European Standard.
EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR STANDARDIZATION
COMITÉ EUROPÉEN DE NORMALISATION
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Management Centre: rue de Stassart, 36 B-1050 Brussels

© 2005 CEN All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved Ref. No. prEN 15269-2:2005: E

worldwide for CEN national Members.
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prEN 15269-2:2005 (E)
Contents Page

Foreword............................................................................................................................................................. 3

1 Scope...................................................................................................................................................... 4

2 Normative references ........................................................................................................................... 4

3 Definitions.............................................................................................................................................. 5

4 Determination of the field of extended application ........................................................................... 5

5 Extended application report ................................................................................................................ 7

6 Classification report ............................................................................................................................. 7

Annex A Testing Protocol For Uninsulated Doorsets.................................................................................... 8

Annex B Testing Protocol For Insulated Doorsets (These arrangements are equally

applicable for radiation control doorsets when testing for EW characteristics) ......................... 17

Annex C (normative) Construction Parameter Variations ..........................................................................33

Annex D (normative) Protocols for Doorsets Incorporating Side, Transom and Flush

overpanels ........................................................................................................................................... 96

Annex E (informative) Figures Relating to Annex C ................................................................................... 99

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Foreword

This document (prEN 15269-2:2005) has been prepared by Technical Committee CEN/TC 127 “Fire

safety in buildings”, the secretariat of which is held by BSI.
This document is currently submitted to the CEN Enquiry.

This document is one of a series of Standards intended to be used by experts or competent bodies for

the purpose of producing an extended application report (EXAP). It is not intended to be used for the

interpretation of test results by non-fire experts.

Editorial note: Clarification is needed to establish if such experts are Bodies Notified for either testing

and/or Certification

prEN 15269 ‘Extended application of test results for fire resistance for doorsets and shutter

assemblies – For doors and shutters’ consists of the following:
Part 1 General requirements
2 Steel hinged and pivoted doorsets
3 Timber hinged and pivoted doorsets
4 Glass hinged and pivoted doorsets
5 Aluminium hinged and pivoted doorsets
6 Timber sliding doorsets
7 Steel sliding doorsets
8 Timber horizontally folding doorsets
9 Steel horizontally folding doorsets
10 Steel rolling shutters
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prEN 15269-2:2005 (E)
1 Scope

prEN 15269-2 covers single leaf, hinged or pivoted, steel based doorsets which incorporate a rebated

steel door frame. It prescribes the methodology for extending the application of test results obtained

from test(s) conducted in accordance with EN 1634-1.

NOTE this draft was created as a first ‘model’ proposal intended to seek CEN enquiry related to single leaf,

hinged or pivoted steel based doorsets into rebated frames only. It is intended to expand the scope at a later date

to cover all steel hinged and pivoted doorset types (e.g double leaf doorsets and flush door frames).

Subject to the completion of the appropriate test or tests selected from those identified in Clause 5 the

extended application may cover all or some of the following:
 integrity only (E), radiation (EW) or insulated (EI or EI ) classifications;
1 2
 glazed elements, louvres and/or vents;
 side, transom or overpanels;
 items of building hardware;
 decorative finishes;
 intumescent, smoke, draught or acoustic seals;
 alternative supporting construction(s).
2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.
EN 1363-1, Fire resistance tests — Part 1: General requirements

EN 1634-1, Fire resistance tests for door and shutter assemblies — Part 1: Fire doors and shutters

prEN 1634-2, Fire resistance tests for door and shutter assemblies — Part 2: Fire door hardware

EN 13501-2, Fire classification of construction products and building elements — Part 2: Classification

using test data from fire resistance tests excluding ventilation services
EN ISO, 13943, Fire safety — Vocabulary

prEN 15269, Extended application of test results for fire resisting and smoke control doorsets and

shutter assemblies — Part 1 — General requirements for fire resistance
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3 Definitions

For the purposes of this part, the definitions given in EN1363-1, EN ISO 13943, EN 1634-1 and

EXAP prEN 15269-1 together with the following apply:
3.1
full scale test
a test of a full size door element in accordance with EN 1634-1
3.2
small scale test

a test on elements of Building Hardware in accordance with prEN 1634-2 and where the decision

process, given in prEN 1634-2, permits its use. This is abbreviated as SS in annex C

3.3
effective rebate depth

the dimension of the overlapping adjacent parts of door leaf edge relative to the door frame, transom

or side panel or flush overpanel
4 Determination of the field of extended application
4.1 General

4.1.1 Before there can be any consideration for extended application the doorset must have been

tested and classified in accordance with EN1634-1 and EN 13501-2 respectively in order to establish

a classification for the doorset.
4.1.2 Evaluation to a higher classification is not possible.

4.1.3 All evaluations shall be made on the basis of retaining the classification obtained from testing

to EN1634-1.

4.1.4 There is no procedure for evaluation of a lower classification. If, by following the ensuing

procedure, any part of the classification cannot be achieved by extended application theory, that

element of classification shall be omitted from the subsequent extended application report and

classification report.
4.2 Procedure for Evaluation

4.2.1 Identify the variations from the original test specimen(s) which are required to be covered by

an extended application report.

4.2.2 Locate the variations in the appropriate parameter variation by reference to columns (1) and

(2) of annex A.

4.2.3 Review the type of classification to be retained from column (3) and establish from the

contents of column (5) whether any extended application is available beyond the direct application

rules in EN 1634-1 without the need for further testing.

4.2.4 Where this is deemed to be possible this can be recorded in the extended application report

together with any appropriate restrictions and the stated rules from column (5).

4.2.5 Where the variations required can only be achieved from additional testing, the additional test

can be made on a similar specimen type (i.e. single-leaf doorset) to the original test against which the

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extended application is sought. Alternatively, column (6) identifies an alternative weakest option for

alternative testing and relevant specimen types are proposed in column (7). These types are identified

by code numbers which can be interpreted from annex B or Annex C. These are generally specimen

types which can present additional options for the product manufacturer.
4.3 Procedure for maximum field of extended application

Where a manufacturer envisages to manufacture a range of doors incorporating single doors and also

double doors with or without side, transom or over panels, with or without glazing, louvres or

ventilation grilles, with alternative element of builders hardware, etc., it is recommended that the test

protocols provided in Annex A and Annex B for integrity only doors or insulated (including radiation

control doors), respectively, be given careful consideration before testing commences.

Establish all the parameter variations which are required to be part of the product range, and in

particular for single leaf hinged or pivoted steel based doorsets into rebated frames.

Determine which are the most important specification requirements and incorporate as many as

possible into the specimen(s) for the E1 (annex A) or I1 (annex B) test.

Complete the E1 or I1 test(s) and prepare a field of direct application and a classification report from

the results of the test.

Establish which of the original desired parameter variations have not been covered by the direct

application classification report.

Identify these parameter variations in Annex C and establish if any extended application is possible

without further testing.

Record this for the extended application report together with any restrictions and rules given in

column (5).

Evaluate which, if any, of the desired parameter variations have not been covered by the field of direct

application or the initial field of extended application derived from 4.3.6. above.

Determine if the product range is to include only single test doorsets or if the range is to also include

double leaf configurations. Where only single doorsets are to be part of the product range then the

outstanding construction parameter variations shall only be incorporated into specimens for the single

leaf doorset tests indicated in the test protocols in Annex A or Annex B. Where single leaf and double

leaf doorsets are to be included in the product range, the outstanding construction parameter

variations for the extended application of single leaf doorsets may be incorporated into either repeated

single leaf doorset tests or in the weakest option double leaf doorset configurations indicated in test

protocols in Annex A and/or Annex B.

Select the required outstanding parameter variations from column (1) and column (2) of Annex C and

observe from column (7) which are the most appropriate weakest specimen options for further testing.

If the complete selection of required parameter variations have not been covered by the tests

completed in accordance with 4.3.9 and 4.3.10 above, then an appropriate test or tests may be

repeated with the additional product variations incorporated.
4.4 Interpretation of Test Results

4.4.1 In order to maximise the field of extended application, it is important that the test reports shall

record details of any premature integrity and/or insulation failure.

4.4.2 Where a series of tests have been conducted, the field of extended application shall be based

on the lowest performance achieved from the complete series of tests unless premature failure has

been attributed to one or more specific construction parameter variation.
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4.4.3 Where it has been possible, to identify specific parameter failures, the extended application

for all other construction parameter variations can be based on the performance achieved after

isolating the premature failure(s).
5 Extended application report

5.1 Prepare an extended application report in accordance with the requirements of Clause 5 of

EXAP prEN 15269-1, based on the results of evaluations in accordance with the above.

6 Classification report

The classification report shall be determined from the results of the extended application report and

presented in accordance with annex A of EN 13501-2.
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Annex A
Testing Protocol For Uninsulated Doorsets
RIGID CONSTRUCTION
Test E.1 largest single open outwards (worst
case as prEN 1634-1)
Test E.2 largest pair open outwards
Test E.3 largest single open inwards with
largest side panel on latch side and
transom over panel(s)
Test E.4 widest pair open inwards with full
width flush over panel

NOTE In the following list of test specification, the reference to “standard” means the manufacturer’s normal

product parameter e.g. “standard thickness” relates to the manufacturers normally used material.

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TEST E.1 SPECIFICATION FOR TEST SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open outwards
 Largest single door panel
 Thinnest door panel construction
 No cut outs for glazing/louvres
 Standard material thickness in mild steel
 Standard lipping/rebate edge detail
 Standard core/stiffener detail
 Standard adhesive/stiffener fixing technique
 Smallest intumescent seals (if applicable)
 Without smoke/draught seals
 Standard paint or galvanised finish
 Without kick plates or mouldings
Door Frame
 Standard cross section
 Three sided frame
 Standard panel to frame gap detail
 Thinnest material thickness in mild steel
 Smallest intumescent seals (if applicable)
 Without smoke/draught seals
 Standard infill to supporting construction
 Standard paint or galvanised finish
Hardware
 Standard latch fitted (may be held unlatched if required)
 Standard hinge/dog bolt arrangement
 Standard separating distances
 Standard fixings to door panel and frame
 Door closer in standard position
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Supporting Construction
 Rigid
 Frame sunk into floor
 Minimum number of fixings
 Smallest size fixings at maximum centres
 Maximum envisaged gap under doors
Side Panels
 None
Over Panels
 None
Leaf to open away from the furnace.
Figure A.1 — Test specimen E1
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TEST E.2 – SPECIFICATION FOR TEST SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open outwards
 Largest pair
 Thickest door panel construction
 Cut out in one leaf for largest louvre
 Thickest material envisaged in mild steel
 Standard lipping/rebate edge detail
 Standard/alternative core material/stiffening construction
 Standard/alternative adhesive/stiffener fixing technique
 Standard/alternative intumescent seals (if applicable)
 With smoke/draught seals fitted
 Standard/alternative painted/unpainted finish
 With kick plates of largest size
 without mouldings
Frame
 Standard/alternative cross section
 Three sided frame
 Standard panel to frame gap details
 Thickest material thickness in mild steel
 Alternative intumescent seals (if applicable)
 With smoke/draught seals fitted
 With standard/alternative infill to supporting construction
 Standard/alternative painted/unpainted finish
Hardware
 Standard/alternative latch (may be held unlatched if required)
 Standard/alternative hinges/dog bolts
 Standard/alternative positioning of hinges/dog bolts
 Standard/alternative fixings to door panel and/or frame
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 Standard/alternative door closer/positioning
Supporting Construction
Rigid
 Frame not sunk into floor
 Minimum standard/alternative fixings and/or centres
 Maximum gap envisaged under door
Side Panels
 None
Over Panels
None
Leaves to open away from the furnace.
Figure A.2 — Test specimen E2
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TEST E.3 – SPECIFICATION FOR TEST SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open inwards

 Largest single door panel which can be incorporated into widest side panel and tallest transom

panel
 Standard panel thickness construction
 No cut outs for glazing or louvres
 Standard material/alternative thickness in mild steel
 Standard/alternative lipping/rebate edge detail
 Standard/alternative core material/stiffening details
 Standard/alternative adhesive/stiffener fixing details
 Standard/alternative intumescent seals (if applicable)
 Standard/alternative smoke/draught seals
 Standard/alternative painted/unpainted finish
 Alternative thickness of decorative laminate
 With or without mouldings
Door Frame
 Standard/alternative cross section/without rebate option
 Three sided frame
 Standard panel to frame gap details
 Standard/alternative material thickness in mild steel
 Standard/alternative intumescent seal (if applicable)
 With/without standard/alternative smoke/draught seals
 Standard infill for flexible supporting construction
 Standard/alternative painted/unpainted finish
Hardware
 Standard/alternative latch (may be held unlatched)
 Standard/alternative hinges/dog bolts
 Standard/alternative separating distances
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 Standard/alternative fixings to door panel/frame
 Standard/alternative door closer/positioning
Supporting Construction
 Rigid
 Frame not sunk into floor
 Minimum number of straps/fixings
 Smallest size/maximum centres
 Maximum envisaged gap under door
Side Panels
 Maximum width side panel
 Fitted to latch side of door panel
 No cut outs/glazing
Over Panels
 Tallest transom panel fitted full width over door and side panel
 No cut outs/glazing
Leaf to open away from the furnace.
Figure A.3 — Test specimen E3
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TEST E.4 – SPECIFICATION FOR TEST SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open inwards
 Widest pair of doors with tallest flush over panel fitted
 Standard thickness door panel construction

 Cut out in one leaf for maximum number of pieces of thinnest glass with minimum separation

between glazing and minimum distance from edge of glazing to edge of door

 Cut out in other leaf for maximum size of single glass panel fitted as high as envisaged

 Possible alternative glass retention detail for each leaf
 Standard material thickness in mild steel
 Standard lipping/rebate edge detail
 Standard construction for glazed panels
 Standard intumescent seals (if applicable)
 With/without smoke/draught seals
 Standard or alternative painted/unpainted finish
 With or without mouldings
Door Frame
 Standard/alternative cross section
 Three sided frame
 Standard panel to frame gap detail
 Standard/alternative thickness of material in mild steel
 Standard intumescent seals (if applicable)
 With/without smoke/draught seals
 Standard/alternative infill to supporting construction
 Standard or alternative painted/unpainted finish
Hardware
 Standard/alternative latch (may be held unlatched)
 Standard/alternative hinges/dog bolts
 Standard/alternative positioning/separating distances
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 Standard/alternative fixings to door panel and/or frame
 Standard/alternative door closer/positioning
Supporting Construction
 Rigid
 Frame not sunk into floor
 Standard/alternative number of fixings
 Standard/alternative size/centres of fixings
 Maximum envisaged gap under door
Side Panels
 None
Over Panels
 Flush over panel full width of doors
 No cut outs/glazing
Leaf to open away from the furnace.
Figure A.4 — Test specimen E4
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Annex B
Testing Protocol For Insulated Doorsets

(These arrangements are equally applicable for radiation control doorsets when testing for EW

characteristics)
RIGID CONSTRUCTION FLEXIBLE CONSTRUCTION
Test I.1(a) largest single open outwards Test I.6 largest single open inwards
Test I.1(b)
smallest single open outwards
(? At hatch height)
Test I.7
(optional)
Repeat of test 2 if fixing to flexible
construction is different from test 6
Test I.2 widest single open inwards fitted
into widest side panel on latch
side, with transom panel
Test I.3
largest pair open outwards, equal
leaf sizes
(permits reduction of either leaf to
50% width)
Test I.4 Test I.4
(optional) (optional)
Smallest pair if sizes less than Smallest pair if sizes less than direct
direct application from test 1(b) application from test 1(b) and 3 are
and 3 are required required
Test I.5 Test I.8
widest pair with full width flush (optional)
over panel open inwards Repeat of test 5 if fixing to flexible
construction is different from test 6

NOTE In the following list of test specification, the reference to “standard” means the manufacturer’s normal

product parameter e.g. “standard thickness” relates to the manufacturers
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TEST I.1(a) – SPECIFICATION FOR TEST SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open outwards
 Largest single door panel
 Thinnest door panel construction
 No cut outs for glazing/louvres
 Standard material thickness in mild steel
 Standard lipping/rebate edge detail
 Thinnest least dense core and/or least stiffening arrangements
 Normal adhesive and amount
 Smallest intumescent seals
 Without smoke/draught seals
 Standard paint or galvanised finish
 Without kick plates or mouldings
Door Frame
 Smallest standard cross section
 Three sided frame
 Standard panel to frame gap details
 Thinnest material thickness in mild steel
 Smallest intumescent seals
 Without smoke/draught seal
 With standard infill to supporting construction
 Standard paint or galvanised finish
Hardware
 Standard latch (may be held unlatched if required)
 Standard hinges/dog bolt combination
 Standard separating distances
 Standard fixings to door panel and frame
 Door closer in standard position
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Supporting Construction
 Rigid
 Cleated to floor
 Minimum number of fixings
 Smallest size fixings at maximum centres
 Maximum envisaged gap under door
Side Panels
 None
Over Panels
 None
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TEST i.1(b) – SPECIFICATION FOR TEST SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open outwards
 Smallest single
 Thinnest door panel construction
 No cut outs for glazing/louvres
 Standard material thickness in mild steel
 Standard lipping/rebate edge detail
 Standard core/stiffening detail
 Normal adhesive/amount
 Standard intumescent seals
 Without smoke/draught seals
 Laminated finish
 Without kick plates or mouldings
Door Frame
 Minimum section/lipping/rebate detail
 Four sided frame (Note: test at hatch height, say 1.5m above floor)
 Standard panel to frame gap details
 Standard material thickness in mild steel
 Standard intumescent
 Without smoke/draught seal
 Standard infill to supporting construction
 Standard paint/unpainted finish or laminated if applicable
Hardware
 Standard latch (may be held unlatched if required)
 Standard hinge/dog bolt combination
 Standard separating distances for size of specimen
 Alternative fixing to door panel and/or frame
 Standard/alternative door closer position
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Supporting Construction
 Rigid
 Hatch arrangement
 Standard fixings around all four sides
 Normal gaps all round
Side Panels
 None
Over Panels
 None
Each leaf to open away from the furnace
Figure B.1 — Test Specimen 11
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TEST I.2 – SPECIFICATION FOR DOOR SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open inwards

 Widest single door incorporated into widest side panel with widest hinged transom panel

 Standard door panel construction

 Cut out in door panel for largest area of glass in most numbers of pieces, using thinnest glass,

minimum distances between glass panels and minimum distance between glass panels and

edges of door
 Standard material thickness in mild steel
 Standard lipping/rebate edge detail
 Standard core infill
 Standard adhesive
 Standard intumescent seals
 With/without smoke/draught seals
 Standard or alternative painted/unpainted finish
 Without kick plates
 With or without mouldings
Door Frame
 Standard cross section with or without rebate option
 Three sided frame
 Standard panel to frame gap details
 Standard material thickness in mild steel
 Standard intumescent
 With/without smoke/draught seal
 Standard infill to supporting construction
 Standard or alternative painted/unpainted finish
Hardware
 Standard latch (may be held unlatched if required)
 Standard hinges/dog bolt detail
 Standard separating distances
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 Standard fixings to door panel and frame
 Standard door closer and position
Supporting Construction
 Rigid
 Frame not sunk into floor
 Normal fixings/centres
 Maximum envisaged gap under door
Side Panels
 Widest side panel
 To be at latched side
 No cut outs/glazing
Over Panels
 Full width transom panel
 No cut outs/glazing
Leaf to open towards the furnace
Figure B.2 — Test Specimen 12
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prEN 15269-2:2005 (E)
TEST I.3 – SPECIFICATION FOR TEST SPECIMEN
Door Panel
 To open outwards
 Largest pair
 Normal panel thickness
 Cut out for largest louvre in one leaf
 Thinnest material thickness envisaged in mild steel
 Standard/alternative lipping/rebate edge detail

 Core material in one leaf to be in maximum number of pieces, other leaf can be alternative

composition
 Alternative adhesive/amount of adhesive
 Standard/alternative intumescent seals
 With/without smoke/draught seals
 Standard or alternative painted/unpainted finish
 Without kick plates
 With or without mouldings
Door Frame
 Alternative section
 Three sided frame
 Standard panel to frame gap detail
 Thickest material in mild steel
 Standard intumescent or alternative
 With/without smoke/draught seals
 Standard/alternative infill to supporting construction
 Standard or alternative painted/unpainted finish
Hardware
 Louvre panel
 Standard/alternative latch (may be left unlatched)
 Standard/alternative hinges/dog bolt
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