EN1935 - Single Axis Hinges
British & European Standard requirements and testing methods covering single axis hinges.
|Grade||Max. Door Mass||Number of Test|
EN12209 - Locks and Latches
British & European Standard requirements and testing methods covering locks and latches.
|Grade||Use Frequency||Classification Guide||Typical Use|
|Grade 1||Low frequency|| Used by people with a high incentive to|
exercise care and a small chance of misuse
|Internal residential doors|
|Grade 2||Medium frequency|| Used by people with some incentive to|
exercise care but where there is some chance of misuse
|Internal office doors|
|Grade 3||High frequency|| Used by public or others with little incentive to|
exercise care and with a high chance of misuse
EN164 - Fire Resistance
The European Fire Safety Standard for determining the fire resistance of door and shutter assemblies, including door hardware.
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|FD30||30 minute doors|
|FD60||60 minute doors|
|FD30/60||30/60 minute doors|
|FD30/60/120||30/60/120 minute doors|
|FD30/60/240||30/60/240 minute doors|
DDA Compliance (Disability Discrimination Act)
For disabled people to have independent access through single or double swing doors, the opening force, when measured at the leading edge of the door, should be not more than 30N from 0° (The door in the closed position) to 30° open, and not more than 22.5N from 30° to 60° of the opening cycle. (source: datim.co.uk)