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  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09PART 1: GENERAL 1. 01 Summary A. Section Includes: 1. Work under this section comprises the furnishing and installation of hardware specified herein and noted on drawings for a complete and operational system, including any electrified hardware components, systems and controls. 2. Related documents, drawings and general provisions of contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions, and Division 1. 3. Items include but are not limited to the following: a. Hinges b. Exit Devices c. Locksets d. Push/Pull Plates e. Automatic Flush Bolts f. Closers g. Kick, Mop and Protection Plates h. Stops and Overhead Controls I. Thresholds, Gasket and Door Bottoms j. Miscellaneous Accessories and Trim B. Related Work: Section 06200 - Finish Carpentry. Section 08110 - Hollow Metal Work. Section 08210 - Wood Doors. Sections within 08800 - Glazing. Sections within 09900 - Painting. 1. 02 Substitutions A. References to specific products are used to establish minimum standards of utility and quality. Unless otherwise approved, furnish only the specified products. B. Requests for substitutions to be in accordance with Division 1, General Requirements. Proposed substitutions must be submitted in writing and hand delivered to the architect. Approvals must be by addendum ten [10] days prior to bid opening. Review will include the lock shop rep. C. Requests to be accompanied by two [2] copies of the manufacturers brochures and sample of each item in the appropriate design and finish. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 1
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 D. Should the contractor make any substitutions without the written consent of the architect and owner, contractor shall remove all substituted hardware, replacing same with the hardware as specified and at no additional cost to the building owner. 1. 03 References A. References specified in this section subject to compliance as directed and shall meet requirements of Federal, State and local codes having jurisdiction over this project including: B. Hardware that is furnished and/or installed that does not meet code requirements, shall be removed and replaced with correct material at no additional expense to the building owner. 1. CCR - California Code of Regulations Title 24. 2. ADA - American Disabilities Act - Title III - PublicAccommodations. 3. NFPA 80 2007 - Standard for Fire Doors and Windows. 4. NFPA 101 2009 - Life Safety. 5. ITS - Intertek Testing Service [Warnock Hersey]. 6. UL - Underwriters Laboratories. 7. ANSI/BHMA A156 Product Listing. 8. CBC - CA Bldg Code, Local Codes and Authority having Jurisdiction. 9. UL 10C for Positive Pressure Fire Tests of Door Assemblies and UBC 7-2. 1. 04 Quality Assurance A. Product Uniformity: Except where specified, all hinges, keyed cylinders, electro-mechanical components, locksets, latchsets, exit devices, closers, overhead stop/holders and component parts shall be furnished by one manufacturer. B. Rated Openings: Hardware used in labeled fire or smoke rated openings to be listed for those types of openings and bear the identifying label or mark indicating U.L. [Underwriters Laboratories] approved for fire. Exit devices in non-labeled openings shall be listed for panic. C. Supplier: Shall be responsible for detailing hardware that meets project standards and where appropriate, retrofit applications which require inspection of openings prior to detailing and ordering respective hardware items. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 2
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 D. Pre-Installation Conference: Prior to installation of hardware, arrange a conference between supplier, installers, and related trades to review materials, procedures, hardware mounting locations and related work. E. Post-Installation Policing: Will be required by the hardware supplier, contractor and architect to determine compliance with the hardware specification and building standards. Punch list to be completed by MTA Locksmith, hardware contractor and contractor. F. Supplier Qualifications: 01. Hardware supplier must be a recognized, Factory Direct contract distributor with a minimum five (5) years experience specializing in institutional grade builder’s hardware of the type specified herein. Distributors with less than two (2) years of history of furnishing builders hardware in the projects vicinity will not be acceptable. 2. Supplier must have in his/her employment on a full time basis, or as a consultant to the supplier, a Certified Hardware Consultant [AHC] or person of equal experience who is acceptable to the Architect and CM. This individual shall be available for consultation and service to the architect, contractor, and building owner during construction and on an ongoing consulting service to the building owner following the completion of the project. 3. Supplier who does not maintain personnel in a permanent facility within a reasonable driving radius of the project area for consultation and service with the architect, contractor and building owner will not be acceptable. 1. 05 General Requirements A. Coordination: Coordinate as necessary with other trades to assure proper and adequate provision in the work of those trades for interface with the work of this Section. B. Sequencing and Scheduling: Any part of the finish hardware required by the frame or door manufacturers or other suppliers, that is needed in order to produce doors or frames is to be sent to those suppliers in a timely manner. C. Defective Hardware: All hardware shall be new and free from defects affecting both serviceability and appearance. Working parts shall be properly fitted, smooth working and without excessive play. D. Function/Modification: 1. Should any hardware fail the intended operational requirements DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 3
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 or require any modification to suit the intended location, this matter, or any other necessary advance information shall be brought to the attention of the architect for correction or advice in ample time to avoid delay in the manufacture and delivery of the hardware. 1. Modifications to specified hardware, required by reason of construction characteristics, shall be furnished in the specified operational, functional features, quality and finish. Modifications shall be subject to acceptance of the architect at no additional cost to the building owner. 2. Items of hardware not specified herein but necessary for completion of the work shall be furnished at no additional cost to the district. Such items shall be of the type specified and comparable to adjacent hardware. E. Doors and Frames: Hollow metal and wood doors shall be manufactured to templates. If required, physical hardware items shall be furnished to related manufacturers in sufficient time to avoid delay in work. E. Electrical Coordination: Before electrically controlled or operated hardware is ordered, voltages and wiring details shall be coordinated with the contractor and related trades. G. Existing [Modernization] Openings Contractor is responsible for a field survey of doors, frames and hardware to determine compatibility of specified hardware, including, but not limited to: locksets, panic devices, strikes, flushbolts, overhead stops, coordinators, closers, threshold/seal, hinge sizes and weights including wide throw hinges. Unless directed otherwise, Contractor to modify openings to meet ADA elevation threshold requirements. Contractor to survey and where necessary, furnish and install ADA approved ramp threshold systems where applicable and approved by the architect. Work shall comply with minimum ADA specifications as well as create a flat sub-surface for specified thresholds. Existing doors and frames to be modified for hardware as permitted by UL, WHI and local code authority. Where required, contractor shall cut and weld necessary reinforcements to existing jambs and doors, for listed hardware as applicable and required. Contractor to patch sand and repaint/refinish reused door(s) and frame(s) surfaces affected by the removal of hardware, and any modification for replacement hardware. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 4
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 Whether listed or not, contractor shall furnish frame/door hinge, strike, lock face, panic, closer and overhead auxiliary stop fillers where required for a clean finished appearance. Related costs to field modify existing frames and/doors shall be part of the Contractors base bid and shall include a $500.00 allowance each site for door and frame fillers. Contractor to allow for the above dollar amount in the base bid. Intertek Testing Service or UL inspection and certification is required for the labeling of non-rated doors and frames, and the modification of any labeled door and frame. Contractor is responsible for contacting and coordinating this required labeling service. The Contractor is responsible for the careful removal, treatment and delivery of all existing replaced and any unused new hardware to the building owner. H. Bar Coding of Door/Frame openings All door/frame openings will have a bar code label attached to the frame near the upper door hinge. The bar code labels will be supplied to the contractor by the MTA Key Shop. Contractor will supply a list of all openings that includes the installed hardware, door number, location, and bar code number in a Microsoft Excel 2003 compatible format. 1. 06 Submittals A. Hardware Schedule: Submit typewritten copies of schedule in accordance with Division 1, General Requirements. Schedule to be in vertical format, listing each door opening including; location, handing of opening, all hardware scheduled for each opening or otherwise required to allow for proper function of door opening as intended, finish of hardware, and respective manufacturers. Doors with closers or door controls shall require the degree of door opening. 1. Supply six [6] copies of the schedules within fifteen [15] working day from date of purchase order. a. The hardware schedule shall conform to DHIs: "RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE FOR PROCESSING HARDWARE SCHEDULES AND TEMPLATES." b. Submit manufacturers catalog cut sheets of all hardware items scheduled and any required special mounting instructions with the hardware schedule. c. Include recommended mounting location data for each type of scheduled door hardware. If specified, include electrified hardware. 2. No hardware item shall be delivered until the hardware schedule DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 5
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 has been approved by the architect. 3. Approval of the hardware schedule by the architect does not relieve the hardware supplier from the responsibility of furnishing the job complete. B. Samples: 1. If directed by the architect, submit physical samples of each item of hardware proposed in work. 2. Samples will be returned on the request of and at the expense of the general contractor. C. Manufacturers Catalog Illustrations and Hardware Data: 1. Hardware Supplier shall submit, to the Architect, two [2] catalog cuts of every item of hardware furnished for this project. Data shall be contained in a binder appropriately divided by the respective mfrs. 2. Cuts shall include manufacturers illustrations and shall identify finishes, sizes and product numbers. Abbreviations to be fully explained. D. Operational Data: 1. Deliver to the building owner through the architect, a. One (1) set of factory catalogues for hardware listed in the approved hardware list. b. One (1) copy factory generated bitting list.0 c. One (1) copy of approved door hardware shop drawings. d. One (1) copy of door and hardware specifications. E. Templates: Templates for door hardware items to be sent to related door and frame suppliers within three [3] working days of receipt of approved hardware schedule. Templates shall not be issued until the door hardware schedule has been reviewed and approved by the architect. F. Certification Of Compliance: Submit any information necessary to indicate compliance to any or all of these specifications as required. G. Keying Schedule: 1. Submit three [3] copies of a separate detailed keying schedule to the contractor. 2. Indicate keying of all cylinders, exit devices, locksets, and padlocks. Include door and item numbers as set forth in the approved hardware schedule. 3. Keying data shall follow "KEYING SYSTEMS AND NOMENCLATURE" as established by DHI. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 6
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 4. Include with the schedule a keying schematic layout 5. Prior to placing a factory order, the key schedule shall be approved in writing by the building owner and contractor. 6. Keying to be done by MTA Key Shop. Contractor shall supply “construction I/C cores” for all locking hardware during construction of the project. The change key and control keys for the construction cores shall be delivered to the MTA Key Shop before the project is turned over to MTA. 1. 07 Delivery, Storage and Handling A. Packaging: Each unit of hardware shall be individually packaged in the manufacturers original containers as required by the respective hardware manufacturers. 1. Packaging shall include factory original installation instructions, fastenings and all items necessary for complete installation. B. Wrapping: Wrap and cushion each item to prevent scratches and dents during delivery and storage. C. Environmental Packaging: Hardware shipped to the jobsite is to be packaged in biodegradable packs, such as paper or cardboard boxes and wrapping. If non-biodegradable packing is utilized, such as plastic, plastic bags or Styrofoam, then the Contractor will be responsible for the disposal of the non-biodegradable packing to a licensed or authorized collector for recycling of the material. D. Markings: Each package shall be clearly marked on the outside, identifying contents with specific opening number corresponding to those listed in the hardware schedule. Include door and item number for each product. E. Delivery: Except as dictated otherwise, deliver all hardware to the job site. The contractor and hardware suppliers representative shall check each item of hardware against the approved finish hardware schedule. F. Storage: All hardware shall be stored in a locked storage space until ready for installation. Hardware shall be protected against damage after application and during construction period. 1. 08 Warranty A. All door hardware shall be supplied with the following warranties against defects in materials and workmanship commencing with substantial completion of job. The following warranties are subject to listings of DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 7
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 approved manufacturers. 1. Door Closers: Ten years. 3. Cylindrical Locksets: Seven years. 4. Exit Devices: Five years 7. Electromechanical: Two years. B. One year warranty for the balance of listed hardware.PART 2: PRODUCT: 2. 01 Manufacturers A. Acceptable Manufacturers: 0 1. All materials or products specified herein shall be furnished as specified. Refer Para. 1.02 SUBSTITUTIONS. 2. Any proposed deviation from listed standards will be reviewed in writing by the building owner’s authorized representatives. PRODUCT SPECIFIED MFRS APPROVED MFRS Cont Hinge McKinney Markar Butt Hinge McKinney Hager, Bommer Cylinders Stanley-Best Stanley-Best Exit Device Von Duprin Corbin Russwin, Detex, Yale Closer LCN Corbin Russwin, Norton, Yale Push/Pull/KP McKinney Rockwood, Trimco Flushbolts McKinney Rockwood, Trimco Door Control McKinney Rockwood, Trimco O.H. Stop Rixson Sargent Door Stop McKinney Rockwood, Trimco Thresh/Seal McKinney Pemko Door Locks Sargeant Stanley-Best, Schlage, Corbin 2. 02 Fastenings A. Furnish hardware with all necessary screws, bolts or other fastenings of suitable type and size to anchor the hardware in position for long life and heavy use. Fasteners shall include expansion shields, sex bolts, toggle bolts, or other approved anchors according to material to which it is applied and as recommended by the respective manufacturers. B. With the exception of flat goods, self-drilling or self-tapping screws are unacceptable in this work. Where used, only factory furnished self- DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 8
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 drilling fasteners are permitted. All moving hardware including hinges, locksets, panic devices, door closers and overhead stops are to be installed with factory furnished machine screws. Exceptions must be reviewed and approved by an authorized building owner’s representative and submitted in writing to the project architect, hardware consultant and construction manager prior to commencement of any work C. Design of all fastenings shall harmonize with hardware as to materialand finish.0 2. 03 Hinges A. All hinges and pivots, including single and double acting types and pocket hinges to be of one manufacturer as listed for continuity and consideration of warranty. B. Unless otherwise specified, furnish five-knuckle as specified; button tip, full mortise template type hinges with non-rising loose pins. C. Out-swinging exterior doors to be furnished with non-removable pins [NRP] or Continuous Hinges where specified and required by owner. D. Exterior doors to be furnished with heavy weight T4A3386, polished and plated to BHMA 626 finish. D. Interior doors to be furnished with standard weight TA2314, polished and plated to BHMA 626 finish. E. Furnish three [3] hinges up to 90 inches high and one [1] additional hinge for every 30 inches or fraction thereof. F. Furnish standard weight hinges on doors up to 36 inches in width, and extra heavy weight on doors exceeding 36" or as indicated in the hardware schedule. G. Furnish 4.5 x 4.5 inch for all 1- 3/4 inch thick doors up to 36 inch wide, and 5 x 4.5 over 36 inch wide. Doors over 1-3/4 inch thru 2-1/4 inch thick, use 5 x 5 inch hinges. Furnish McK WT-T4A3386 5x6, 5x7 as dictated at wide throw conditions. H. Where required, furnish hinges of sufficient width to clear trim and/or permit the door to swing 180 degrees as required by the specific opening. I. Furnish oil-impregnated bearing hinges at doors with door closers and/or DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 9
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 overhead stops. J. No Electrified hinges allowed. Provide Securitron EPT power transfer. 2. 03A Continuous Hinges A. Hinge line to be available in concealed flush mount with or without inset, full- surface and half-surface types as specified in the hardware sets. Furnish wide throw hinges as required to clear trim permitting doors to open 180 degrees. B. All hinges to be made of 14 GA. type 304 Stainless Steel with concealed teflon-coated stainless steel pin, and twin self-lubricated nylon bearings at each knuckle. C. All hinges to be UL listed up to and including three (3) hours. D. All concealed hinges to be fire-rated 20, 45 and 90 minutes when incorporated into proper door and frame labeled installations without necessitating the use of fusible link pins. E. All hinges to be available in standard and extra heavy-duty weight mortise and wide throw where required. F. All hinges to be factory cut for door size. G. No Electrified hinges allowed. Provide Securitron EPT power transfer. H. Continuous hinges only as directed by owner. 2. 04 Cylindrical Locks A. All cylindrical locks, trim and cylinders to be the product of a single manufacturer for continuity of design and consideration of warranty. B. Locksets shall be Sargent 28-70-11 Line Series x LL trim. C. All Locksets shall be able to withstand 2400 inch pounds of torque applied tothe locked lever withoutgaining access. D. Locksets shall be cycle tested per ANSI A156.2, 1996, to two million cycles without any visible lever sag. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 10
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 E. Locksets shall be able to fit a standard 2-1/8 inch (55 mm) bore without the use of thru-bolts. Standard rose size shall be 2-3/4 inches (70 mm) in diameter. F. Lockset levers shall be made of solid material with no plastic fillers. G. Latchbolt head shall be one piece stainless steel. I. Latchbolt assemblies shall be encased within the lock body. I. Cylinders: prefix -70, small format interchangeable core. Provided with plastic disposable cores only. Lock prepped for 7 pin cores. J. Backsets: 2-3/4 inches. K. Provide Strikes: Provide wrought boxes and strikes with proper lip length to protect trim but not to project more than 1/8 inch beyond trim, frame or inactive leaf. Where required, provide open back strike and protected to allow practical and secure operation. 2. 04A Electric Strikes A. Acceptable Manufacturers and Series: HES, Folger-Adam B. Provide electric strikes for electrified openings designed for use with Sargent11-Line cylindrical locks C. Electric Strikes shall be UL Listed as Burglary-Resistant Electric Door Strikes and where required shall be UL Listed as Electric Strikes for Fire Doors and Frames. Provide non fail-safe type electric strikes. D. Provide transformers and rectifiers for each strike as required. Verify voltagewith electrical contractor. 2. 05 Exit Devices A. All exit devices and lever trim to be the product of a single manufacturer for continuity of design and consideration of warranty. B. Application for Exit devices on pairs of doors shall be two (2) Rim Exit Devices x Keyed Removable Mullion. C. Exit devices to be "UL" listed for life safety. All exit devices for labeled doors shall have "UL" label for "Fire Exit Hardware". All devices DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 11
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 mounted on labeled wood doors are to be thru-bolted or per the manufacturers listing requirements. All devices to conform to NFPA 80 and 101 requirements. D. All trim to be thru-bolted to the lock stile case. E. Lever trim to be the same as specified with locksets. F. Exit devices shall comply with UBC Std-10-4 and CBC 1003.3.1.9. 2. 06 Closers A. All closers to be the product of a single manufacturer for continuity of design and consideration of warranty. B. Closers shall be LCN with heavy-duty rigid arms. Furnish overhead arm stop control as required. C. Closers for exterior and interior shall be full rack-and-pinion with cast aluminum alloy shell. Closers shall be surface mounted and shall project no more than 2-1/8” from the surface of the door. Closers shall be non- handed to permit installation on doors of either hand. Hydraulic fluid shall be non-gumming and non-freezing. Closers shall have multi-size spring power adjustment to permit setting of spring from 2 through 6 with additional spring power available. Closers shall have two non-critical valves, hex key adjusted, to independently regulate backcheck cushioning and backcheck position. Closers shall be equipped with adjustable closing speed and adjustable latch speed. Closers shall be /corrosion resistant and shall have all external body components of aluminum, zinc alloy or stainless steel material and all fasteners of stainless steel. D. Size all closers in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations at the work site and respective openings. Contractor to return and readjust all closers after building pressurization has occurred. E. Supply appropriate arm assembly for each closer so that closer body and arm are mounted on non-public side of door openings, including the room side of corridors, restrooms, exterior and as listed. F. Refer to 3.02.A.8 Installation for CBC opening force requirements. 2. 07 Push Plates, Door Pulls and Kickplates [McKinney] DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 12
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 A. Supply 18 [.050] GA. thick bronze, brass, or stainless steel, beveled four (4) sides. Doors with louvers or narrow bottom rails, kickplate height to be 1 inch less than the dimension shown from the door bottom to the bottom of the louver or glass. 1. Kickplates to be 10 inches high and Mop plates to be 6 inches high, both by 2 inches or 1 inch less than the door width. 2. Required armor plates, edge guards and protective hardware to be supplied in sizes as scheduled in the hardware sets. 2. 08 Door Stops [McKinney] A. Every door to have a floor, wall or overhead stop control as dictated by the respective opening conditions. B. Furnish McKinney WS02 wall stops at all openings. Where wall stops cannot be installed, furnish McKinney FS30 at doors [exceptions openings requiring overhead control]. Install floor stops within four (4) inches [measured from outside stop face] of the adjacent wall. C. Where overhead stops and holders are specified, or otherwise required for proper door operation, they are to be heavy duty and of extruded brass or bronze with no plastic parts. No steel channels, arms or brackets allowed. 2. 09 Silencers [McKinney] A. Silencers to be furnished as follows: 1. Three [3] each at single doors and two [2] each at pairs of doors.0 2. 10 Thresholds And Gasket [McKinney] A. Supply materials and finishes as listed hardware sets. All thresholds must be in accordance with the requirements of the ADA and ANSI A117.1, and shall comply with CBC Section 1133B.2.4.1. 1. Furnish thresholds with machine screws and lead anchors. Furnish all necessary anchoring devices for gasket and seal. 2. Thresholds may require modification depending on final drawings and frame/floor details. Review final plans and elevations to determine project requirements. Ensure shop drawing submittals reflect thresholds listed in final drawings and/or as required per required survey at existing openings where occurring. 2. 11 Finish DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 13
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 A. Special care shall be taken to coordinate the finish of the various manufacturers to insure a uniform finish. This finish shall match the finish of the locksets. 1. Plated hardware shall be BHMA626 [US26D] or as detailed in [BHMA630] US32D. B. Painted hardware items shall be lacquered to closely match platedhardware. 2. 12 Keying [Best] A. Master key or Grand master key cylinders and key in groups. B. Factory masterkey with manufacturer retaining permanent keying records. C. Provide 6 masterkeys for each masterkey set. Provide 3 change keys for each lock. Provide 2 control keys for core removal. Stamp keys "DO NOT DUPLICATE." D. Verify all keying requirements with the MTA Lockshop. If requested, meet with Owner and Architect to review schedule. E. Provide BEST ICP7WC1-626, high security removable core cylinders, with Patented key control, for each lock with constructionmasterkeying. Permanent cores shall be installed uponcompletion of the project. F. Cylinders shall meet the requirements of UL437. 2. 13 Electronic Hardware Systems A. All wiring running from one hardware electrical component to another electrical component to have shielded wiring. B. All electrical components mounted on door to be capable of operation by 24VDC current carried by means of continuous concealed circuit hinge. C. Voltage: unless otherwise specified all electrical components to operate at 24VDC current for purposes of safety and silent operation. Verify with manufacturer and coordinate with electrical. D. Coordinate with listed manufacturer’s for required system riser/elevation to be delivered to the project architect and contractor. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 14
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 2. 14 Proprietary Products A. Refer to Para 1.02. Unless otherwise approved, furnish only the specified products. PART 3: EXECUTION 3. 01 Inspection A. After installation has been completed, hardware supplier shall have a qualified Hardware Consultant [AHC] inspect project to determine the proper application of hardware according to the approved hardware and keying schedules. 1. Check operation and adjustment of all hardware items. 2. Recommended hardware adjustments shall be made by the contractor/installer.01 3. 02 Installation A. Installation of finish hardware is specified under other sections. However, the following requirements apply to the work as follows: 1. Hardware shall be installed by a QUALIFIED MECHANIC skilled in the application of institutional grade builder’s hardware. 2. Install all hardware in full compliance with MFRS instructions. When cutting and fitting is required to install hardware onto or into surfaces, which are to be painted or finished, install each item completely, then remove during application and re-install as required. 3. Care shall be exercised not to mar or damage adjacent work. Damaged work shall be repaired or replaced to the satisfaction of the architect and building owner. 4. Provide adequate backing in stud partitions for the attachment of all respective finish hardware. 5. If door swing is changed from original drawings during construction, the contractor shall make necessary changes at no cost to the owner. 6. Latches and bolts shall be installed to automatically engage strikes, whether activated by closers or manual push. In no instance should unusual manual pressure be required to engage latch or bolt in strikes. Install locks with keyways in proper position, with levers, roses, and/or escutcheons firmly affixed. Adjust strikes after silencers and/or seal are in place. 7. Predrill pilot holes in wood for screws. Drill and tap for surface mounted hardware on metal. Set hinge leaf snug and flat in DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 15
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 mortises, turn screws to flat seat [do not drive]. 2. Closers are to have opening force adjusted to comply with current applicable handicapped accessibility requirements as follows: interior doors 5 pounds maximum pressure; exterior doors 5 pounds maximum pressure; fire doors 15 pounds maximum pressure, per CBC Section 1133B.2.5. Per CBC Section 1133B.2.5, the authority having jurisdiction may increase the maximum effort to operate fire doors to achieve positive latching, but not to exceed 15 lbs. maximum. 3. Door closers when provided then the sweep period of the closer shall be adjusted to so that from an open position of 70 degrees, the door will take at least 3 seconds to move to a point 3” from the latch, measured to the landing side of the door. Refer to 1133B2.5.1. 4. Mount closers and overhead stops/holders in accordance with the manufacturers template for the degree of swing indicated on the drawings [180-degree swing where conditions allow]. 5. Floor stops must be installed within (4) four inches of the adjacent wall maximum, and within (4) inches from the strike edge of door Policy 99-08. Wall surfaces to be properly reinforced for wall stops where furnished. 6. All hardware shall meet the requirements of CBC Sections 1133B.2.1, 1133B.2.5.1 and 1003.3.1.8. 7. Door Sweeps and Seals to be installed with attachment screws placed within a min. of one [1] inch from the end of the seal & sweep. 8. Panic hardware shall comply with UBC standards 10-4 and shall be mounted between 36” and 44” above the finish floor surface. 9. The unlatching force shall not exceed 15# applied in the direction of travel. Panic devices shall comply with CBC Section 1003.3.1.9. 10. All hardware shall meet the requirements of CBC Sections 1133B.2.1, 1133B2.5.1 and 1003.3.1.8. B. Hardware Locations: Review and verify mounting locations with the Architect before issuing templates and door/hardware purchase orders. Mounting height of latching hardware shall be 30” to 44” FF per CBC Section 1133B.2.5.2. The following hardware locations shall be adhered to unless modified by the architect. Minor adjustments are permitted to meet specific door mfr’s standards. 1. 40 inches Locksets, Panic Devices and Roller Latches-centerline of strike from bottom of frame. 2. 42 inches Pull Plates-centerline of grip from bottom of frame. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 16
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09 3. 42 inches Combination Push Bars-centerline from btm of frame. 4. 44 inches Push Plates-centerline from bottom of frame. 5. Hinges Per manufacturer’s standard. C. Threshold and Perimeter Seal: 1. Cut and fit thresholds to profile of door frames, with mitered corners and hairline joints. 2. On exterior doors, set thresholds in a bed of sealant. 3. Before installation, carefully read manufacturers instructions to assure tight and contiguous seal at the perimeter and corners of doors and frames. 4. Specified thresholds are subject to modification. Review final plans and elevations. Field survey and verify modernization work. 5. Thresholds shall comply with CBC Section 1133B.2.4.1. 3. 03 Adjusting and Cleaning A. At completion, all hardware shall be left clean and free from disfigurement. Contractor shall make a final adjustment to all door closers and other items of hardware. Where hardware is found defective, repair, replace, or otherwise correct as directed. 1. Following the activation of building heating and air conditioning, the contractor shall readjust all exterior and interior door closers. B. Adjust and check each operating item of hardware and each door, to ensure proper operation or function of every unit. Adjust hardware so that moving parts operate freely, without bind, or excessive play. Hardware shall be free of paint, corrosion, or damage of any kind. 3. 04 Protection A. The contractor is responsible for the proper protection of all items of hardware until the building owner accepts the project as complete. 3. 05 Owners Stock A. Refer to 1.06 for closeout requirements. B. Contractor/Installer to deliver all unused new and/or replaced finish hardware to the building owner’s designated representative. DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 17
  • LA MTA Hardware Guide Specification 2-09Modernizations - Refer to 1.05.g for additional survey requirements.Site/Building/Opening Surveys must be conducted before shop drawings are submitted forreview and approval. Submittals must incorporate surveyed opening info or be subject toimmediate rejection by reviewer• NOTE: all openings to be field inspected for correct hinge size, weight and wide throw requirements needed for maximum dr swing.• NOTE: Furnish closer brackets as dictated by door/frame & opening condition.• NOTE: Refer to threshold elevations. Type to be verified by field survey.• NOTE: Contractor to fill, patch, sand and repaint existing wood doors and frames affected by the removal of hardware and the machining for replacement hardware to include: locksets, panic, strikes, closers, hinges, oh stops, push-pull plates and as required.• NOTE: Existing doors with vision lites that conflict with the application of listed panic devices, shall be replaced with new doors.• NOTE: Install panic at centerline of horizontal door rail where occurring.NOTE: Modernization work: DSS recommends that with few exceptions, existing doors be replaced. Review related labor cost and impact of modifying existing doors vs. benefits of new replacement doors.Please contact ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions of Southern California for door and hardware specification assistance. tel: 714.779.3030 or discuss with your DSS Representative. END OF SECTION DOOR HARDWARE 08710 - 18