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5 Benefits and Applications of Rolling Steel Fire Doors and Fire Shutters

The Ontario Building Code (OBC) and Ontario Fire Code (OFC) regulate building design and the use of construction materials. These regulations require rolling fire doors and fire shutters to be installed on building exits, renovation projects, new construction, corridors and hallway doors, garbage rooms, and to separate any two areas that contain combustible materials or activities. In order to protect lives and property, fire doors and fire shutters must be certified and properly labeled after installation.

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Why You Should Get an Annual Drop Test for Your Fire Doors

As the old adage goes, 'an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure'. This is especially true for equipment that can cause severe injury or death if it fails to operate correctly. An airline pilot has a series of steps he or she must perform before they take off with a plane full of people. If a fire door fails to drop when activated by heat or fire alarm activation, many people risk injury or death from smoke inhalation or the flames.

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