Products/Services for Metal Crawl Space Access Doors

  • Doors-Image
    Doors - (1501 companies)
    ...door hardware, enabling it to swing open freely. Swing doors without hardware are often used to separate rooms or spaces that don 't need additional security. An example of a swing door is one used in a restaurant to separate the kitchen from the dining... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Access Doors - (130 companies)
    Access Doors Information. Access doors provide access to a specific piece of equipment or a confined space. They are typically small, hinged doors that offer access to compartments. Note, however, that access doors do not include roof hatches... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Screens - (113 companies)
    ...of the application. Material selection determines a screen's strength, chemical and corrosion resistance, hardness, and electrical conductivity. Materials can be classified as metals, plastics, natural fibers, or other unique materials. Metals and metal alloys tend... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Vacuum Viewports and Access Doors - (59 companies)
    ...access cap or port cover, door, shutter or shield, and viewport. Caps or covers are vacuum component that seal a port or distribution pipe of a vacuum chamber. Vacuum doors provide a means to access a vacuum chamber or system for material throughput... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Door Operators - (177 companies)
    ...of doors and gates. They use electric, hydraulic, or pneumatic power. Door operators are used to open garage doors and overhead doors, to automatically open doors in high traffic-areas such as grocery stores, and to provide access for wheelchairs. Door... Learn More
  • Metal Powders (powdered metals) - (224 companies)
    How to Select Metal Powders. Metal powders are finely divided or powdered metals used in fabricating sintered parts, thermal spraying, filling plastics, and other specialized applications. Powdered metals include most types of metals. Powder... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Interior Doors - (317 companies)
    ...accordion doors, bi-fold doors, and pocket doors are common types of interior doors. French doors are single or double doors where most of the door 's area consists of panes of glass surrounded by a frame. One or both doors swing open on metal hinges... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Door Strikes - (33 companies)
    ...a default (locked or unlocked) to which they revert. Magnetic door strikes hold doors through the use of a strong magnet, but are also powered by electricity. Access Control- Electric Door Strikes and Magnetic Locks Video credit: 2MCCTV. Door Strike... Learn More
  • Garage Doors - (183 companies)
    ...doors provide smooth, vertical operation. They are designed to save space and can be used with a remote-controlled garage door opener. Up-and-over garage doors consist of a panel that tilts forward before moving into an overhead position. Double up... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Space Heaters and Room Heaters - (145 companies)
    How to Select Space Heaters and Room Heaters. Space heaters and room heaters are designed for use in confined areas or spaces. They do not emit hazardous pollutants or noxious fumes, and are generally portable. Fuel Sources. The most important... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • A Field Study Comparison of the Energy and Moisture Performance Characteristics of Ventilated Versus Sealed Crawl Spaces in the South
    Masonry chiseling and metal shaping work was done to crawl space access panels to get panels to close and latch. ...insure that no one could tamper with the crawl spaces, locks were installed on every crawl door .
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2008 > [TexReg 2008-0905is] 09/05/2008
    cable; (F) appliances and metal pipes that are not bonded or ...aluminum conduc­ tors are discovered in the main or sub-panel based on a random sam­ pling of accessible receptacles and switches; (J... ...ing basements but excluding crawl spaces and uninhabitable attics (in... ...and without an intervening door between the levels, a...
  • 2012 International Building Code® Handbook > PLASTIC
    Where the attic or crawl space provides a suitable area that exists for a purpose other than the access to utilities, such as storage, a thermal barrier complying with Section 2603.4 is required. Doors not required to have a fire-protection rating. ...be installed without the thermal barrier, provided the door facings are of sheet metal of the thicknesses...
  • States > Texas > State > Register > 2008 > [TexReg 2008-1114is] 11/14/2008
    cable; (F) appliances and metal pipes that are not bonded or ...in the main or sub-panel based on a random sam­ pling of accessible receptacles and switches; ...each separate sleeping area in the imme­ diate vicinity of the sleeping rooms; and (iii) on each additional story of the dwelling, includ­ ing basements but excluding crawl spaces and uninhabitable attics (in... ...and without an intervening door between the levels, a...
  • ICDF Complex Remedial Action Report
    Changing from piers to foundation wall Showing crawl space on foundation plan Changing type 2 non-rated to type 5 non-rated Changed 1/2�? sheetrock to 5/8�? sheetrock Skirting changes ½ fire rated plywood on sheeting Add access doors to foundation minimum of 22�? × 30�? @ plumbing and by HVAC (Mechanical Room) on... Building lettering/numbers will be supplied by OCI Windows – metal vs vinyl – spec calls for metal/changing...
  • States > North Carolina > State > Regulations > Title 2 - Agriculture and Consumer Services > 34 - Structural Pest Control Division > [2 NCAC 34] 34 - Structur...
    Clearance shall be adequate to provide passage of a person to all crawl space areas of a building. (A) No wood of any access opening shall be in contact with the soil. (B) Where wood parts such as door frames, partition walls, posts, stair carriages, or other wood parts can be reasonably ascertained to... ...from the concrete; and the hole shall be filled with concrete or covered with a metal plate, after the point...


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