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  Program 11
   
 

PPT1HRB - How Positive Pressure Changed Architectural Hardware

DHI CEP Program #10-1123

   
       
 
     
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Part 1 - Positive Pressure Testing

Part 2 - Why Test?

Part 3 - Who is Impacted?


 

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Correct Answers

Correct answers shown in red.

  1. The Uniform Building Code (UBC) requires fire doors be tested under neutral pressure instead of positive pressure.
    True.

    False.


  2. With positive pressure testing, the neutral pressure plane is __________ .
    At the top of the door height.

    Lowered to a standard 40 inches above the finished floor.
    Measured from the ceiling
    .

  3. Regardless of door height, the neutral pressure axis is defined from the floor upward.
    True.

    False.

  4. The new UL 10C test method includes __________ :
    Hot air and gases are forced out at the top of the door.
    Ambient air is drawn in from under the door.
    No flame detected on non-fire side of door for more than 10 seconds.

    All of the above.

 

   
       
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