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FORCIBLE ENTRY FVCC Fire Rescue. OBJECTIVES 2-10.1Identify types, materials and construction features of doors. (3-3.3) 2-10.2Identify types, materials.

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1 FORCIBLE ENTRY FVCC Fire Rescue

2 OBJECTIVES 2-10.1Identify types, materials and construction features of doors. (3-3.3) 2-10.2Identify types, materials and construction features of windows. (3-3.3, 3-3.10) 2-10.3Identify types, materials and construction features of floors. (3-3.10, 3-3.11)

3 OBJECTIVES Identify materials and construction features of vertical barriers. (3-3.3) Identify the procedures to use in forcing, opening the following components: (3-3.3, 3-3.7, 3-3.10, 3- 3.11, 3-3.12, 3-5.3) Doors Windows Floors Vertical barriers

4 OBJECTIVES Identify the construction materials of door and window locking devices. (3-3.3) Identify the procedures of through-the-lock entry for doors and windows. (3-3.3) Identify methods and procedures for cleaning, maintaining and inspecting hand tools used for forcible entry. (3-3.3)

5 OBJECTIVES Demonstrate proper selection and safely carry at least one of the following: 2-10.9.1Cutting tool 2-10.9.2Prying tool 2-10.9.3Pushing/pulling tool 2-10.9.4Striking tool

6 OBJECTIVES 29-10.10 Demonstrate forcing entry through each of the following: (3-3.3(b), 3-3.12(b)) 29-10.10.1 Doors 29-10.10.2 Windows 29-10.10.3 Floors 29-10.10.4 Vertical barriers 29-10.11 Demonstrate the procedures of through- the-lock entry for doors.

7 OBJECTIVES 29-10.12 Demonstrate proper methods and procedures for cleaning, maintaining and inspecting a selected tool used for forcible entry. (3-3.3(b), 3-3.7(b), 3-3.10(b), 3-5.4(b)) IFSTA, Essentials, 4 th ed, Chapter 8 Delmar, Firefighters Handbook, copyright 2000, Chap 17

8 Extremely important thing to remember!

9 DOORS Types Wood swinging Metal swinging Revolving

10 Sliding

11 Overhead Folding/sectional Roll down Slab

12 Fire door

13 DOORS Materials Wood Metal Aluminum Steel Glass Tempered Plexiglass Lexan

14 DOORS Construction features Wooden swinging door Panel Slab Hollow core Solid core Ledge/Batten

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16 DOORS Metal swinging door Hollow metal Metal covered Tubular

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18 DOORS Fire doors Self-closing Automatic-closing Assembly includes door, frame and hardware

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22 Glass is cheaper to replace than the doors and their frames. Also these types of doors are where you might find Lexan. Couple of hits and you will know!

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24 DOORS Jambs Rabbeted Stopped

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26 WINDOWS Types Double-hung/checkrail Hinged/casement

27 WINDOWS Projected/factory Awning and jalousie

28 WINDOWS High security Lexan Barred Screened

29 WINDOWS Horizontal sliding Fixed

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32 WINDOWS Materials Wood Metal Vinyl clad Screens Burglar bars Wire mesh

33 WINDOWS Construction features Double-hung/checkrail Two sashes Glass Single, double or triple paned Thermopane Wire mesh Plexiglas, acrylic plastic or Lexam

34 WINDOWS Hinged/casement Hinged on side Swing outward Crank operating device

35 WINDOWS Projected/factory Swing Projected in Projected out Pivoted-projected Metal with wire glass

36 WINDOWS Awning 1 foot glass Metal/wood frame Crank out Jalousie 4 inch glass No frame Glass is heavy plate

37 WINDOWS High security Lexan 250 times stronger than safety glass Self-extinguishing Barred (burglar bars) (some are hinged and swing out) Attached Directly to building Window frame Screened Permanently installed Hinged top or side Fitted into brackets

38 WINDOWS Horizontal sliding Can have one or more moving sashes Sash moves by other sash horizontally Fixed Non-operable, usually used for light Can be of any glazing material

39 FLOORS Types/Materials Wood Concrete/reinforced concrete

40 FLOORS Construction features Wood Wood joists spaced 16 inches apart Sub-floor 1 inch boards 4 foot by 8 foot plywood Finished flooring Hardwood Carpet Linoleum Tile

41 FLOORS Concrete Poured in place Pre-cast

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43 VERTICAL BARRIERS Materials Gypsum Plaster Brick/block Concrete Steel

44 VERTICAL BARRIERS Construction features Gypsum ½ – 5/8 thick May be glued to studs Plaster 1 thick On wood or wire lath Brick/block Solid course Reinforced (rebar) Filled with concrete or mortar Concrete Poured in place Pre-cast

45 VERTICAL BARRIERS Steel Lightweight Heavyweight All walls-interior/exterior Bearing Non-bearing

46 VERTICAL BARRIERS Walls conceal Electrical wiring Plumbing Gas lines Other utilities Support (bracing) Hazards (asbestos )

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