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Fire doors are an essential part of fire barriers and fire walls. Their correct operation may mean the difference between a controlled fire and a conflagration.
Today’s Coffee Break Training, “Opening Protective Fusible Link Releases,” describes where to install the fusible links for fire doors so they are in the optimal position.
Your Coffee Break can be downloaded from http://www.usfa.dhs.gov/downloads/pdf/coffee-break/cb_fp_2009_29.pdf
Always refer to nationally recognized design and installation standards, the product manufacturer or listing details for specific information.
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