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                                                       SECTION 08150
                                                2266 SERIES TERRACE DOORS

  PART 1             GENERAL

Note re USING THIS DOCUMENT: All text within boxes offers assistance with project-specific choices required to complete this
Specification. Please delete these boxes prior to publication. All underlined spaces or text between brackets -- eg: (___) -- must be
completed by the Specifier to suit project‟s requirements.


Note re TERRACE vs FRENCH Doors: Oldcastle Glass Engineered Products offers both 2266 Series Terrace (out-swinging) and 2255
Series French (in-swinging) Doors. In all cases, our high-performance doors are thermally-broken and insul-glazed, and manufactured
in both single and paired configurations. Terrace Doors are best suited as true „passage‟ doors, accessing balconies and patios, with
optional hardware allowing egress and locking from interior or exterior. French doors are well suited to „Juliet‟ balcony situations, where
there is no opportunity to swing the door outwards, and generally when entrance from the exterior is not needed. Both styles of door are
built as „stand-alone‟ products, or can be be nested within sub-frames to satisfy structural and interface requirements and for complex
configurations including sidelites, transoms, over-sized openings, etc. Please call to discuss the many available options (hardware,
framing, performance, codes, etc) as required.


  1.01 GENERAL
      A. Supply and install 2266 Series Terrace Doors, windows, FULWAL curtainwall, and other components in accordance with this
         Section and as indicated on Architectural Drawings.
      B. Division One shall be deemed to be a part of this Section.
      C. The Conditions of Contract shall be deemed to be a part of this Section. In the event of conflict, Conditions of Contract prevail.

Note re RELATED WORK: Check against project‟s requirements and revise appropriately. Also, the Specifier should clearly indicate
which of the following ( and which other materials/operations ) are to be supplied and/or installed by this Contractor or other Trades.

  1.02 RELATED WORK
      A. Section 07900 Sealants, caulking and seals
      B. Section 08520 Aluminum windows
      C. Section 08800 Glass and glazing
      D. Section 08900 Curtainwall

  1.03 REFERENCED STANDARDS
      A. AAMA Installation of Aluminum Curtain Walls
      B. AAMA 502 Voluntary Specification for Field Testing of Windows and Sliding Glass Doors
      C. AAMA 611 Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum
      D. AAMA 920 Specification for Operating Cycle Performance Testing of Side-Hinged Exterior Door Systems
      E. AAMA 2603 Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for Pigmented Organic Coatings on
         Aluminum Extrusions and Panels
      F. AAMA 2604 Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for Superior Performing Organic
         Coatings on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels
      G. AAMA 2605 Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for High Performance Organic Coatings
         on Aluminum Extrusions and Panels
      H. AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-05 Standard/Specifications for windows, doors, and unit skylights
      I. ASCE 7 Minimum Design Loads For Buildings And Other Structures
      J. ASTM E 283 Test Method for Rate of Air Leakage Through Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors




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       K. ASTM E 330 Test Method for Structural Performance of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors by Uniform Static Air
          Pressure Difference
       L. ASTM E 331 Test Method for Water Penetration of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors by Uniform Static Air Pressure
          Difference
       M. ASTM E 547 Test Method for Water Penetration of Exterior Windows, Curtain Walls, and Doors by Cyclic Static Air Pressure
          Difference
       N. Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance TM-3000(97) Glazing Guidelines for Sealed Insulating Glass Units

  1.04 STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES

Note re DESIGN WIND PRESSURE: Using the latest ASCE 7 document ( as referenced by model codes such as BOCA, IBC, etc ),
Specifier should determine positive and negative design wind pressure, and insert in 1.04.A. Specifier also must list all other
requirements. Bid Documents (especially elevation drawings) should highlight areas of the building envelope where more severe loads,
or “hot-spots”, occur. Note that deflection limits ( eg: L/175 but less than 3/4” ) may vary between locations and jurisdictions.

       A.   DESIGN WIND PRESSURE: Design wind pressure for this project is (__) psf inward acting pressure, and (___) psf outward
            acting pressure, in accordance with ASCE 7 Minimum Design Loads For Buildings And Other Structures.
       B.   UNIFORM LOAD DEFLECTION: The maximum allowable deflection of any principal member in a direction normal to the
            plane of the wall when subjected to the specified design wind pressure is (L/__) of its unsupported span, but not more than (__)
            inch. Where plastered, dry-walled, or other materials or components that will be impaired by the normally allowable deflection
            are attached, deflection shall not exceed (__) inch at those locations.
       C.   UNIFORM LOAD STRUCTURAL: When subjected to uniform loads equal to 1.5 times design wind pressure, the door/window
            system shall display no glass breakage or displacement related to the imposed load; no damage to fasteners or anchors; and no
            permanent deformation of any principal member impairing the function of the system.
       D.   DEAD LOAD: Deflection of any principal member in a direction parallel to the plane of the wall, when carrying its full dead
            load, shall not reduce glass bite below 75% of the design dimension; and the member shall have a 1/8” minimum clearance
            between itself and the top of the adjacent materials below. Clearance between a member and an operable window or door shall
            be at least 1/16”.
       E.   LIVE LOAD: The door/window system and its anchorage shall accommodate a deflection at mid-point between columns of
            (___) inch caused by uniform and concentrated live loads on floors or load-bearing elements to which the system is anchored.

  1.05 QUALITY ASSURANCE
      A. MANUFACTURER: System shall be completely fabricated by the approved Manufacturer. All glazing shall be factory installed.
      B. DOOR/WINDOW CONTRACTOR: Contractor shall possess and shall demonstrate ongoing expertise with work of similar or
         greater scope over a period of at least 5 years. Supply supporting references upon request.

Note re PROJECT-SPECIFIC TESTING: Mock-up testing and field testing offer good value, particularly in cases where configurations
are complex, the project is large, conditions are severe, or if there is significant custom product development. In addition, “visual” mock-
up(s) may be specified; these should include correct finishes and glazing. In all cases, Specification must elaborate quantity and
particulars of specimen(s); state which product(s), which tests, test pressure, assumption of cost, etc. AAMA 502 is a widely recognized
testing protocol; unless otherwise specified, its default parameters will be assumed.

       C.   OPTIONAL CLAUSE: Field Testing (OR Mock-Up Laboratory Testing OR Visual Mock-Ups): Door/Window Contractor shall
            have tested (specify quantity) door(s) in accordance with AAMA 502 Voluntary Specification for Field Testing of Windows and
            Sliding Glass Doors, using Test Method A, and as follows: (___________________________________________________).
            Door/Window Contractor shall be responsible for cost of supply and installation of the specimen(s). The Owner shall be
            responsible for all other costs. The specimen(s) shall not be part of the completed project, except at the Owner‟s sole discretion.
            The Manufacturer and the Door/Window Contractor reserve the right to receive reasonable notification regarding, and to attend,
            all tests.

  1.06 SUBMITTALS
      A. STANDARD LABORATORY TESTING: Submit documentation certifying compliance with ATD-AW50 Performance Grade,
         in accordance with AAMA/WMDA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-05 Standard, and based on Gateway Size 96” x 96” paired door. Door
         shall satisfy all requirements of the Standard, including those listed below. Where specified performance exceeds the minimum
         requirements of the Standard, the requirements specified herein prevail, and as follows:
              1. AIR LEAKAGE: Air leakage shall not exceed 0.10 cfm/ft2 with static air pressure differential of 6.24 psf when tested
                    in accordance with ASTM E 283.
              2. WATER PENETRATION (STATIC): No uncontrolled water penetration shall occur with static air pressure differential
                    of 12 psf when tested in accordance with ASTM E 331.




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                3.    WATER PENETRATION (CYCLIC): No uncontrolled water penetration shall occur through four cycles with static air
                      pressure differential of 12 psf when tested in accordance with ASTM E 547.
                4. UNIFORM LOAD DEFLECTION: No principal member shall deflect more than 1/175 of its unsupported span when
                      subjected to 50 psf positive and negative pressure when tested in accordance with ASTM E 330.
                5. UNIFORM LOAD STRUCTURAL: No principal member shall display permanent deformation exceeding 0.2% of its
                      span after being subjected to 75 lbs positive and negative pressure in accordance with ASTM E 330.
                6. LIFE CYCLE: Door shall successfully pass all life-cycle requirements, including 25,000 cycles of operation, plus
                      repeat air and water testing, and minimal permanent deformation, when tested in accordance with AAMA 920.
      B.   SHOP DRAWINGS: Submit Shop Drawings in accordance with General Conditions. Shop Drawings shall bear the stamp of a
           qualified locally-licensed Professional Engineer, and shall indicate configurations of doors, windows, curtainwall, system
           dimensions, profiles, finishes, glass types, anchors, drainage, air and vapor barrier if/as specified and indicated, masonry opening
           requirements and acceptable tolerances, and details of related adjacent construction. Supply (normally one) set of vellums, and
           (normally six) sets of prints.
      C.   ENGINEERED CALCULATIONS: Submit calculations to demonstrate that the door/window system complies with all
           requirements of this Specification. Calculations shall bear the stamp of a qualified locally-licensed Professional Engineer.
      D.   SAMPLES: Submit standard samples of doors, windows, curtainwall, glass, and finishes as requested.

  1.07 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
      A. All materials supplied by this Section must be handled and stored in such a manner as to eliminate damages and generally
         maintain original condition of materials. Protection of installed work is not the responsibility of this Section.

Note re WARRANTY: Finishes, glazing, and hardware are subject to pass-through warranties, furnished by the manufacturers and/or
applicators of these items. Specifier should elaborate upon these warranties as required.


  1.08 WARRANTY
      A. Door/Window Contractor shall warrant for five years from the date of Substantial Completion that the work is not defective in
         workmanship or materials, and conforms to the final approved Shop Drawings, except for reasonable variances not impairing the
         usefulness thereof. The warranty shall be in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied. The warranty excludes unusual use
         and abuse, and acts and omissions of other parties.

  PART 2        PRODUCTS
  2.01 MANUFACTURER
      A. Drawings and Specifications are based on 2266 Series Terrace Doors manufactured by Oldcastle Glass Engineered
         Products/Fulton Windows. Other manufacturers will be considered provided that they are in complete compliance with this
         Specification; that they meet all specified requirements; that they can demonstrate ongoing expertise with work of similar or
         greater scope; and that they receive the written consent of the Architect 10 working days prior to tender closing.

Note re SPECIFIED SYSTEM: “Default characteristics” of this door system are referenced by this Specification. There are numerous
options available, some of which are indicated in the following. Hardware options and configurations are complex, and depend on many
factors. Please consult with OGEP as required.


  2.02 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
      A. Doors shall be 2266 Series Terrace Doors, with out-swinging single and/or paired leaves, as indicated on Architectural Drawings.
      B. Perimeter frame depth shall be (Specifier to advise. 2-7/8” is standard; 4” is optional. In all cases, the profiles chosen must meet
         applicable codes w.r.t. maximum deflection of members).
      C. Principal frame, mullion and sash members shall be of thermal-break design, achieving thermal separation between interior and
         exterior surfaces.
      D. Door sill design shall be compatible with egress stipulations of the Americans With Disabilities Act. (Note to Specifier: ultimate
         compatability with „ADA‟ is inextricably tied to design/finish of adjacent interior and exterior floors, especially relative heights
         and shapes of all components. It is a „whole design‟ consideration and requires due analysis and elaboration at design and
         construction stage).
      E. Locking shall be by means of „rhino‟ bolts, driven by internal gear, engaging with strikers, and all in stainless steel.
      F. Door handle‟s pivot point (spindle) shall be located 39” from the underside of the sill member. Handle shall be solid brass. Style
         to be (Specifier to advise: standard is „Verona‟, with many options available). Finish of handle to be (Specifier to advise:
         standard is brushed chrome, with many options available).
      G. Door shall include interior and exterior handles on both prime and secondary (in the case of paired doors) leaves. Door shall
         include thumb-turn, in matching finish, activating dead-bolt in prime leaf. (Note to Specifier: exterior key cylinders are not a
         „default‟ characteristic, and should be specified/purchased only if doors will be used as an entrance-way).




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      H. Doors shall accept insulating glass units of 1” overall thickness, unless otherwise specified in Section 08800. Leaves shall be
         dry-glazed with EPDM gaskets to interior and exterior. Doors shall include a continuous silicone heel-bead around the insulating
         glass to ensure correct drainage and to maintain rigidity, applied according to Manufacturer‟s instructions. Ensure compatability
         with secondary seal of insulating glass units.
      I. Door leaves shall include 4” x 4” x ½” thick extruded aluminum corner-keys, which shall be epoxied and permanently staked in
         position, to maintain strength and squareness.
      J. Door leaves shall include wrap-around Santoprene center-seal to ensure optimal air, water, and thermal performance.
      K. All assembly screws shall be #400 stainless steel.
      L. If the system as indicated is inadequate to satisfy all requirements of this Specification, Door/Window Contractor shall allow for
         substitution of larger members, reinforcement of members, or other appropriate modifications, and shall advise Architect of same
         prior to closing of tenders or prior to commencement of preparation of Shop Drawings.
      M. OPTIONAL CLAUSE: Swing Limiter/Restrictors: (_________________________________)
      N. OPTIONAL CLAUSE: Door Closers: (_________________________________)
      O. OPTIONAL CLAUSE: Door Screens (_________________________________)
      P. OPTIONAL CLAUSE: Door Guards: (_________________________________)

Note re SUB-FRAMES (Side-lites, transoms, etc): Terrace and French Doors can be nested into sub-frames (many depths and styles)
to accommodate high wind-loads and deep wall cavities, and for ease of installation. In this case, adjacent fixed windows would
normally be manufactured from the sub-frame system. Alternatively configurations can be built from fixed 2266 Series profiles (available
depths, as described previously, are 2-7/8” and 4”)


  2.03 FIXED WINDOWS (SIDE-LITES, TRANSOMS) ETC:
      A. Fixed windows shall be (Specifier to advise; please consult with Fulton Windows as required).
      B. Finish and glazing of fixed windows shall match those of the Doors unless otherwise indicated.

  2.04 FABRICATION
      A. WORKMANSHIP: All members shall be accurately and neatly cut, machined, and assembled to form hairline joints. Seal all
         joints, plugs, and components as required to maintain performance characteristics of system as specified. Drainage holes and slots
         shall be neatly machined to Manufacturer‟s specifications.

  2.05 MATERIALS
      A. ALUMINUM EXTRUSIONS: All members shall be extruded from 6063-T5 or 6063-T6 alloy, and shall be free of die lines and
         other obvious defects impairing their function or appearance.
      B. GASKETS & SPLINES: Glazing splines and air-seal gaskets shall be extruded EPDM or Santoprene.
      C. SETTING BLOCKS: Use compatible blocks of 85 +/- 5 “Shore A” durometer of 4” minimum length, of depth to fully support
         glazing, and to conform with IGMA recommendations.
      D. ANCHORS: Design anchors to secure system to adjacent construction, and to meet all requirements of this Specification.
      E. SILLS, RECEPTORS, PANNINGS, TRIMS, T-MULLS, CORNERS, BREAK-SHAPES: Supply and install as indicated on
         Architectural Drawings and per approved Shop Drawings. Finish shall be as on adjacent door profiles. Where applicable,
         components shall be thermally improved.
      F. INFILL PANELS: Supply and install as indicated on Architectural Drawings.
      G. AIR-VAPOR BARRIERS: Supply and install if/as indicated on Architectural Drawings and per approved Shop Drawings to
         correctly interface with adjacent air-vapor barriers, and to inhibit peripheral migration of moisture and air between interior and
         exterior of building envelope. Where practical, all Trades shall leave air-vapor barriers (membranes, flashings, etc) “long” to
         facilitate marrying with adjacent elements.

Note re FINISHES: ALL colors and various grades of organic (painted) and anodic finishes are readily available. Standards for organic
coatings include AAMA 2603 for acrylic paint finishes; AAMA 2604 for better paint finishes; and AAMA 2605 for superior paint finishes.
Anodic finishes normally comply with AAMA 611.


Note re SPLIT FINISHES: Split finishes are chosen for aesthetic considerations and/or to economize by using premium finishes on
exterior exposed surfaces only. This option is commonly chosen on the majority of OGEP‟s products, including this one.


  2.06 FINISHES
      A. INTERIOR FINISH: All exposed interior aluminum supplied by this Section shall be finished (specify color; if anodized, also
          specify film thickness) in accordance with AAMA (___) Standard.
      B. EXTERIOR FINISH: All exposed exterior aluminum supplied by this Section shall be finished (specify color; if anodized, also
          specify film thickness) in accordance with AAMA (___) Standard.




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  2.07 GLASS AND GLAZING
      A. Supply and install in accordance with Section 08800.

  PART 3           EXECUTION
  3.01     EXAMINATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF CONDITIONS
         A.  Prior to commencement of installation, Door/Window Contractor shall perform a thorough field-check to ensure that construction
             conditions are correct, that dimensions are correct, and that clearances between work of this Section and other Trades have been
             correctly maintained. Acceptable construction tolerances are specified in AAMA “ Installation of Aluminum Curtain Walls”.
         B. If conditions or dimensions are found to be unacceptable, Door/Window Contractor shall suspend work, and shall immediately
             send written notification and description of the unacceptable conditions/dimensions to General Contractor.
         C. Door/Window Contractor shall await written remedial instructions before resumption of work.
         D. Door/Window Contractor shall not be responsible for any costs or damages relating to delays or remedial work resulting from
             any incorrect or unacceptable conditions, dimensions, etc.

  3.02     INSTALLATION
         A.  Install system in accordance with approved Shop Drawings. Work shall be installed square and level. Members shall be
             adequately supported, free from twisting, sagging, waving, buckling and other obvious defects.
         B. Anchors shall hold all components in correct position when subjected to normal specified movements and loads.
         C. All materials shall be isolated from any contact with dissimilar materials impairing the quality of the system or adjacent
             construction, by bituminous paint, zinc chromate primer, non-conductive shims or other suitable material.
         D. All components shall be left free of excess dirt and debris relating to the installation, and shall be free of scratches, blemishes,
             and other obvious defects.

  3.03     CLEAN UP
         A.  All debris attributed to the installation shall be promptly removed to a convenient location on each floor designated, and provided
             free of charge, by the General Contractor. The General Contractor shall be responsible for removal of debris from the designated
             location.
         B. Protection of the work from other Trades, additional cleaning, and final cleaning are not the responsibility of this Section.

                                                             END OF SECTION

FOOTNOTES: Please call FULTON WINDOWS for information about:
   -  How to use and customize this document
   -  In-swinging 2255 Series French Doors
   -  Aspects of compatability with the Americans with Disabilities Act
   -  Sub-frame systems (1200, 4100 and 4500 Series ) many depths and styles
   -  Screen options (normally cassette-style, and normally supplied and installed by others)
   -  True-divided lites (muntins) and decorative internal grilles
   -  Developing profiles or systems for your project
   -  ASCE 7 wind-load analysis
   -  Impact-rated (hurricane-tested) doors and windows




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