Armortex Pre‐engineered Blast‐Resistant Doors design address the LP06 and the MP610 door types. A non‐linear two‐degree of freedom dynamicanalysis was performed using ABS Consulting. The performances of critical components were checked against Categories Door Performance‐from UFC 4‐010‐01(2012)-5 standards for both commercial and military applications. Pressure and Impulse (P‐I) diagrams were generated based on the controlling components. Armortex offers two 3’ x 7’ single leaf door systems that complies the Category II or equivalent which summarizes “damaged but operable”. For the dynamic analysis, the limiting damage per components that complies the Category II Doors systems are Double Door or Windows along with Ballistic and Impact due to tornado effects are not included here. Door system is formed by an exterior and interior skin steel plate; stiffener tubing is also running horizontally which are spaced at adetermined distance between each other. A steel tube perimeter frame runs along head, sill and jambs.
Prime Painted 4’-0” by 9’-0” inswing single Armortex steel door and frame assembly. Doors have 12-gauge steel skins and 12 gauge steel frame hung on a continuous hinge and secured with a Securitech 4340 Mortise deadbolt system (horizontal bottom bolt option) having 3 latching points on the door. Tested as outlined in ICC 500-08 ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and
Construction of Storm Shelters, using the static load test pressures of FEMA 361. Armortex single in-swinging steel door assembly.
Prime pained 8’-0” by 9’-0” outswing pair Armortex steel door and frame assembly. With 12-gauge steel skins and 12-gauge steel frame. Each door is hung on an aluminum continuous gear hinge secured with a Securitech hardware with 2 latching points. Frames anchored with (6) 3/8” bolts in each jamb, and (6) 3/8” bolts through header. Armortex pair out swinging steel door assembly and single inswing steel door and frame assembly met the applicable requirements of FEMA 361, following the standard test methods of ICC 500-08 ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Storm Shelters. Product Nominal Max. Size Configuration FEMA Rating, following the standard test methods of FEMA 361, and ICC 500-08 ICC/NSSA Standard for the Design and Construction of Stozrm Shelters.