Door Locks adalah alat yang digunakan sebagai pengaman pada pintu rumah/bangunan.
Nama lain (trademark, branding etc.)
AplikasiThis specification applies to all occupancies in both new and existing buildings as indicated below:
DOOR LOCKS REQUIRING TWO ACTIONS TO EXIT An exit door with a knob and a thumb-activated dead bolt requires two actions to unlatch the door. Since 1992, this hasbeen considered to be more than one action and does not meet the requirement of an approved lock. If a door has a thumb turn with no other device located in the area where door hardware is usually installed, it may be accepted as a satisfactory locking device. In all newly constructed buildings that are not required to have panic hardware, a single-action type lock will be required on all exit doors, and the door shall have no additional locks. In existing B, F, M and S occupancies, the knob and thumb activated dead bolt may remain on an exit door. For the purpose of this requirement, an existing occupancy is one built prior to 1992. When door locks are replaced in a B, F, M or S occupancy, a single-action type lock must be installed. A self-releasing dead bolt can be used. The self-releasing lock takes one action to unlatch a door and has the added security of a dead bolt type lock. Manually operated edge or surface-mounted flush bolts, surface bolts, hasps and padlocks are prohibited on exit doors. In an assembly occupancy, panic hardware is the only type of lock allowed on an exit door. The use of a key dead bolt (not a thumb type) instead of panic hardware, on the main exit is allowed in A occupancies with 300 or less occupants. BARS OR OTHER DEVICES PLACED ON EXIT DOORS It is generally the position of the Anaheim Fire Department that exits need not be provided during periods when buildingsare not occupied. Accordingly, the use of bars to lock exit doors during normally unoccupied periods is not prohibited by the codes, provided that such bars are removed when the building is occupied. A sign or other visual identification with instructions to remove the bar during business hours must be placed on each door that is barred. Failure to remove the bars during times when the building is occupied will result in discontinuing the use of bars as a locking devise. It is recognized that maintenance personnel and other employees may be in a building during unoccupied periods. Adequate egress must be provided for such personnel, recognizing that egress needs may vary on a case-by-case basis. DOORS THAT ARE NOT REQUIRED EXITS Doors which are not required exits and which are clearly not available for egress, can be blocked or barred at all times. The determination of whether a door is required or available for egress must be determined on a case-by-case basis by the Anaheim Fire Department. Factors, which may affect this determination, may include visual appearance, signs, and hardware.