NFPA 80: Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives, 2013 Annotated PDF Edition
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Annotated by Kristin Bigda
Maximize the efficiency of fire doors and fire windows with advice and full-color photos only in the 2013 NFPA 80 Annotated PDF.
NFPA 80: Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives reflects the latest advances in fire doors and opening protectives equipment and installations. Revisions in the 2013 edition improved application and enforcement of requirements -- especially with regard to annual inspections and testing. Now the 2013 NFPA 80 Annotated PDF goes a step further, with expert commentary and visuals based on frequently asked questions and targeting areas of potential confusion.
NFPA 80 Annotated PDF includes the full text of the Standard, new explanations, and full-color imagery.
- Gain electronic access to the complete 2013 NFPA 80 text, including new terms and thorough details regarding the inspection, testing, and maintenance of doors and other opening protectives in Chapter 5; and new information regarding documentation and record retention of inspections and tests.
- Hyperlinked icons take you to annotations that answer questions and help you avoid oversights. Link directly to all-new commentary written by experts with in-depth knowledge of NFPA 80.
- Link to exclusive full-color images, tables, figures, and diagrams not in the Standard.
- Get the big picture with a dedicated Table of Contents for sections with annotations.
- Find new chapter introductions only in the Annotated PDF.
- Save time with instant searches and interactive PDF functionality.
Improve your knowledge of requirements for fire doors, fire windows, fabric fire safety curtains, fire dampers, and more.
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