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Deansteel
Deansteel Manufacturing Compnay
55 Years - 1958 to 2013
FEMA 361, FEMA 320 Hollow Metal Specialty Doors
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"SQ" Series Acoustical Steel Door & Frame System

Tested in conformance with ASTM E 90-97 & ASTM E 413-87. Mid and High range sound reduction through STC 48. Complete with perimeter sound seals, threshold and bottom seal. 16 Ga. doors and 14 Ga. welded frames up to 4' x 8' [1219mm x 2438mm] including anchors. Unit is prepared for 4 1/2" [114m] standard weight hinges and cylindrical or mortise lock preparation. Doors have closed top and bottom caps.

 

 

FEMA Series Storm Doors

FEMA 361 Community Shelter Door Assembly
Deansteel’s FEMA door assemblies are independently tested at Texas Tech University’s Wind Science and Engineering Research Center and are privately labeled in accordance with FEMA 361 guidelines for community storm shelters. These door assemblies are designed to withstand tornado force winds and to resist missile penetration by flying debris in order to protect occupants from injury.

FEMA 361 Test Criteria:
The tornado test criterion uses a 15-lb., 2x4 inch wood board traveling horizontally at 100-mph, which corresponds to a 250-mph wind. Shelter doors are impacted by three missiles in different and vulnerable locations. In addition, the static portion of the test requires door assemblies to withstand a static pressure of 1.75-psi for a 5 second period.  FEMA 361 door assemblies are mounted as an out-swing orientation and are impacted into the door stops.

Features:

  • 3070, 1 3/4” (44.4 mm) flush, 14 GA Door and Frame
  • Polystyrene Core for Insulation
  • Prepared for 4 ½” Heavy Duty Hinges
  • Non-handed design with a square lock edge
  • 12  GA Continuous edge channels and 12 GA top & bottom channels
  • Tested with a “Sargent FM8700F” Surface vertical rod device
  • Standard 5 ¾ frame, other jamb widths available
  • Doors are cleaned, phosphatized, and primed with a coat of force cured rust inhibiting primer that meets or exceeds the requirements of ANSI A250.10 (120 hour continuous salt spray test).

Available Options:

  • Closer Reinforcement
  • 5” hinges or continuous hinges
  • Stainless steel or A60 galvanealed material

FEMA 320 Residential Shelter Door Assembly
Deansteel’s FEMA door assemblies are independently tested at Texas Tech University’s Wind Science and Engineering Research Center and are privately labeled in accordance with FEMA 320 guidelines for above ground residential storm shelters. These door assemblies are designed to withstand tornado force winds and to resist missile penetration by flying debris in order to protect occupants from injury.

FEMA 320 Test Criteria:
          The tornado test criterion uses a 15-lb., 2x4 inch wood board traveling horizontally at 100-mph, which corresponds to a 250-mph wind. Shelter doors are impacted by three missiles in different and vulnerable locations. In addition, the static portion of the test requires door assemblies to withstand a static pressure of 1.37-psi for a 5 second period.  FEMA 320 door assemblies are mounted as an in-swing orientation and are impacted away from the door stops.

Features:

  • 3070, 1 3/4” (44.4 mm) flush, 14 GA Door and Frame
  • Polystyrene Core for Insulation
  • Prepared for 4 ½” Heavy Duty Hinges
  • Non-handed design with a square lock edge
  • 12  GA Continuous edge channels and 12 GA top & bottom channels
  • Tested with three Falcon D441 Deadlocks and one cylindrical lock
  • Standard 5 ¾ frame, other jamb widths available
  • Doors are cleaned, phosphatized, and primed with a coat of force cured rust inhibiting primer that meets or exceeds the requirements of ANSI A250.10 (120 hour continuous salt spray test).

Available Options:

  • Closer Reinforcement
  • 5” hinges or continuous hinges
  • Stainless steel or A60 galvanealed material