It is important to have your fire doors tested annually to avoid fire door non-compliance. 

All horizontal or vertical sliding and rolling fire doors need to be inspected and tested annually to check for proper operation and full closure.  Keep your fire doors in compliance with the National Fire Protection Association by having Applied Handling test your doors.  f

Our team of professional door technicians will perform the following:

  • Drop test the fire doors to ensure proper operation
  • Perform necessary preventative maintenance
  • Solve fire door noncompliance issues/conditions
  • Document all testing and repairs
  • Tag functioning doors to indicate up-to-date compliance

 

Top 8 reasons for Fire Door Non-Compliance
Painted or missing fire door labels Painted or missing fire door labels
Kick down door holders
Fire doors blocked to stay in the open position
Broken, defective or missing hardware items (latch bolts and/or strike palated, closer arms., cover plates etc...) Broken, defective or missing hardware items (latch bolts and/or strike palated, closer arms., cover plates etc...)
Poor clearance dimensions around the perimeter of the door in the closed position Poor clearance dimensions around the perimeter of the door in the closed position
Auxiliary hardware items that interfere with the inteded function of the door (barrel bolts and dead bolts, etc.) Auxiliary hardware items that interfere with the inteded function of the door (barrel bolts and dead bolts, etc.)
Area surrounding the fire door assembly blocked by furniture, equipment and/or boxes Area surrounding the fire door assembly blocked by furniture, equipment and/or boxes
Fire exit hardware installed on doors that are not labeled for use with fire exit hardware