hurricane exit device

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No. The Steelcraft H-Series hurricane door does not meet the FEMA 361 guidelines. The Paladin (PW14-Series) door does meet the FEMA 361 guidelines.
For hurricane applications, seamless edges are available as an option: H-Series doors are available with optional seamed filled (HF) seam welded (HW) door edges. HE-Series doors are a...
The L-Series doors are designed for virtually all construction requirements in commercial building applications. They have also been tested and approved for uniform wind load per ASTM E330.  ...
FBC Approvals: Yes, Steelcraft doors do meet the Florida Building Code (FBC) Protocols (TAS 201, TAS 202 & TAS 203) Missile impact & ASTM E-330 applications Dade County NOAs: Yes,...
Order the 25 device with the "HH" prefix as described in the device options in the Price Book.
Exit devices are not designed for exterior application. If used in an exterior applications then a powder coated finish on the 33/35 and 98/99 series are recommended for exterior applications. ...
The Von Duprin XP98/99 exit device is hurricane rated for single or pair doors.
HH hurricane rated devices usually have a deferent strike and fire rated mullion. Standard 98/99 series exit devices can be converted to HH by changing the strike and mullion on pair of doors. ...
MultiPoint locks are three-point locking systems that secure the door at three points – top, bottom, and traditional center latch location. Operating just like traditional locks, MultiPoint locks a...