This document specifies a standard test methodology and resulting field of direct application which are applicable to linear joint fire seal materials used to seal around fire door sets which have been tested in accordance with ISO 3008‑1. The test methodology described in this document uses a smaller-scale fire resistance furnace than that prescribed in ISO 3008‑1.

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This document, used in conjunction with ISO 834-1, specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of door and shutter assemblies designed primarily for installation within openings incorporated in vertical separating elements, such as — hinged and pivoted doors, — horizontally sliding and vertically sliding doors, including articulated sliding doors and sectional doors, — steel single-skin folding shutters (un-insulated), — other sliding, folding doors, — tilting doors, — rolling shutter doors, — removable panels in walls, — self-closing openable windows. Requirements are included for mechanical pre-conditioning, e.g. "cycling" of door and shutter assemblies prior to the conduct of the fire-resistance test.

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ISO 3008-3:2016 specifies the test method for determining the fire resistance of horizontally oriented door and shutter assemblies which may be exposed to a fire from the underside. It is applicable to all types of door and shutter assemblies installed in a horizontal orientation within floor or roof assemblies requiring fire-resistance ratings in buildings. The test method allows for the measurement of integrity and, if required, the measurement of radiation and thermal insulation. In addition, this test method includes measurement of the load-carrying ability of the test specimens subjected to a standard fire-resistance test.

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ISO/TR 12468-3:2014 provides background and guidance on the use and limitations of the external fire exposure to roofs test method, the classification system, and the application of the data obtained. ISO/TR 12468-3:2014 is designed to be of assistance to code officials, fire safety engineers, designers of buildings, and other persons responsible for the safety of persons in and around buildings.

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ISO/TR 5925-2:2006 provides a commentary that explains the general philosophy and factors on which the test specified in Part 1 of ISO 5925 has been designed, to describe the limitations of its application and to provide some general guidance for those who use the result of the test. Smoke control-door and shutter assemblies can be used as part of a smoke containment strategy for the purposes of life safety or property protection.

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ISO 3009:2003 provides a test method for determining and assessing the fire resistance performance of both insulated and uninsulated glazed elements of building construction, when those elements are exposed to heating on one face. It is applicable to glazed separating elements such as screens, walls of glass blocks and other light-transmitting assemblies used in vertical, inclined or horizontal orientations, and to all separating elements containing glazing intended to be assessed in accordance with ISO 834-1, except for doors and shutter assemblies, which are intended to be tested in accordance with ISO 3008. It is directly applicable to planar elements, but also gives guidance on the testing of non-planar elements such as pyramids.

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ISO 12472:2002 specifies a test method for determining the effective sealing capability of intumescent materials or systems in the context of sealing door-to-frame clearances in timber door assemblies. The method is suitable for evaluating the efficacy of exposed intumescent sealing systems used in conjunction with timber fire resisting doors of up to 1 h fire resistance. It is not suitable for comparing concealed intumescent seals. The results can be applied to proven, single-acting, single-leaf, latched, timber door assemblies of sizes up to that given in the field of direct application.

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ISO 3008:2007, used in conjunction with ISO 834-1, specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of door and shutter assemblies designed primarily for installation within openings incorporated in vertical separating elements, such as hinged and pivoted doors, horizontally sliding and vertically sliding doors, including articulated sliding doors and sectional doors, steel single-skin folding shutters (un-insulated), other sliding, folding doors, tilting doors, rolling shutter doors and removable panels in walls. This method can also be used to determine the fire resistance of non-loadbearing horizontal doors by analogy. However, these are not specifically addressed here and the field of direct application is not valid for horizontally oriented doors. No requirements are included for mechanical conditioning, e.g. "shakedown" or durability, as these are included in the relevant product standard, nor for smoke leakage testing of doors and shutters; for the latter, see ISO 5925-1.

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ISO 3008:2006 specifies a method for determining the fire resistance of door and shutter assemblies designed primarily for installation within openings incorporated in vertical separating elements, such as: hinged and pivoted doors; horizontally-sliding and vertically-sliding doors including articulated sliding doors, sectional doors; steel single skin folding shutters (uninsulated); other sliding folding doors; tilting doors; lift landing/elevator doors; rolling shutter doors; removable panels in walls. ISO 3008:2006 is used in conjunction with ISO 834-1. No requirements are included for mechanical conditioning, e.g., "shakedown" or durability as these are included in the relevant product standard. This method may also be used to determine the fire resistance of non-loadbearing horizontal doors by analogy.

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Gives deletions and substitutions of clauses 8., 8.1., 8.2., A.8., A.9., A.10., B.0. and B.3.

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