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EDAH1HB - Exit Devices: Critical Selection and Desirable Qualities as it Pertains to Architectural Hardware

DHI CEP Program #10-1117

   
       
 
     
 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Part 1 - What is an Exit Device?

Part 2 - Components and Terms

Part 3 - Options and Qualities


 

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Correct Answers

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  1. Exit devices can also be referred to as push bars, crash bars or passive bars?
    Yes.
    No.
  2. Who has final say over exit device compliance?
    NFPA 80, NFPA 101 fire and safety codes.
    Local authority with jurisdiction.
    IBC, BOCA, SBC building codes.

  3. Which situation offers restricted, authorized entrance with provisions for exit under alarm conditions?
    Perimeter security.
    Low occupancy areas.
    Court yards.

  4. Which one of the following meets the criteria for selecting an exit device?
    Listed or labeled doors.
    Traffic flow.
    Electronic interface.

    All of the above.

  5. The following style of exit deviceis more common in commercial buildings?
    Narrow.
    Standard.

    Medium/Wide.


 

 

   
       
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