- Field labeling of fire doors and fire door frames, chute doors, fire window frames, fire exit devices, and flat-goods, such as kickplates.
- Very Competitive pricing; in many cases, no travel expenses
We are available to make client-designated site visits to health care facilities, schools, hi-rises, and other commercial buildings where fire doors, frames, chute doors, flat-goods, such as kickplates, fire exit devices, and fire window frames may be missing fire-rated labels, which is a code violation.
The Field Labeling Technician will review and analyze each component of the fire door assembly – the door, the frame, or the kickplate, etc., for their construction and material makeup. After analysis of these factors, the Technician will apply the appropriate time rated labels to the components: 20, 45, 60 90 or 180 minute labels or smoke labels where required. These labels apply only to the door, frame, chute door, fire exit device, or kickplate; each individual product, not the assembly as a whole. All of the other fire door assembly hardware items must have their own fire-rated designations. Door and sill clearances are not covered by the applied fire rated labels.
A report on all openings reviewed is provided to the client upon completion of the site visit and affixing of labels. The report contains opening number, label serial numbers & time ratings for doors and frames or other products labeled, as stated above. Any deficiencies noted are expressed in the “Comment” column of the report.
For pricing and procedure information, please call Chuck Noble at 207-490-2500, or email Chuck at firstname.lastname@example.org.