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Astm F 1577

ASTM F1577 is a Standard Test Methods for Detention Locks for Swinging Doors. This standard was created by the American Standard for Testing and Materials (ASTM). ASTM International which was funded in 1898, is an international standards developing organization that develops and publishes standards for a wide range of materials, products, systems, and services. This standard was published by ASTM F33 which is a committee specializes about detention and correctional facilities. FM 33 has published 14 standards in this area. This standard deals with the equipment, procedures, and acceptance conditions for determining the normal operational performance and the performance characteristics under several conditions of locks used in swinging door assemblies into several organizations including detention and correctional institutions. Several features are not considered such as both installation and maintenance conditions.

The main keywords to present this standard are correctional facility; detention facility; detention security; fire test; hardware; impact test; locks; and swinging door assemblies.

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  • ASTM International
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