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1 1 ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience Program Number AA3004 USGBC Course Number 0090005701 Presented By: Aaron Smith, LEED AP BD + C Director Sustainable Building Solutions 612.325.5719 The Role of High Performance Doors & Hardware in Energy Efficient Buildings



4 ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions 90 Door Opening Consultants throughout the U.S. Consulting and specification writing services to architects, interior designers, building owners, facility managers, security consultants Door opening solutions specified to meet the needs of your project Meet requirements for security, life safety, convenience, aesthetics, and sustainability Specialize in K-12, university, healthcare, commercial, military, government, hospitality, and retail door opening solutions

5 Global Team of Experts Affiliations: Door and Hardware Institute (DHI) American Institute of Architects (AIA) Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) International Interior Design Association (IIDA) American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Designations: AHC | Architectural Hardware Consultants CDC | Certified Door Consultants CDT | Construction Documents Technologists LEED GA/AP | LEED Accredited Professionals PSP | ASIS Physical Security Professionals

6 Architectural Consulting by Project Phase Integrated Design and BIM (all project phases) Code Compliance Review Try-Me Program product samples Survey & Walkthrough of Existing Facilities Coordination with building systems & related trades Integrated, Sustainable & Aesthetic Design Solutions Green your Division 8 Specifications Door & Hardware Schedules assistance Value Analysis, Sustainability Analysis Review of Shop Drawings & Submittals Jobsite inspection & Punch lists Technical Support DD CD CA SD

7 AIA Continuing Education System ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to the CES Records for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for non- AIA members are available upon request. This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education (HSW & SD). As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation.

8 GBCI Continuing Education System The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has approved the technical and instructional quality of this course for 1 GBCI CE Hours towards the LEED Credential Maintenance Program. ASSA ABLOY is an USGBC Education Provider committed to enhancing the ongoing professional development of the building industry and LEED Professionals through high-quality education programs. As a USGBC Education Provider, ASSA ABLOY has agreed to abide by USGBC established operational and educational criteria, and is subject to annual reviews and audits for quality assurance.

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10 Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this program, participants will: Understand the importance of high-performance door and hardware solutions in energy efficient and net zero buildings. Know the difference between Calculated and Operable U factors and air infiltration for optimal door opening energy efficiency. Identify doors, gaskets, hardware and frames available and their effects on the energy efficiency of the building envelope. Learn how Green codes & BIM will change the future of door opening specifications. What else would you like to learn?

11 Energy & Atmosphere According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC): In the United States alone, buildings account for: 72% of electricity consumption 39% of energy use 38% of all carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions

12 Energy Efficiency – Envelope Design High-performance doors and hardware play an important role in enhancing building energy efficiency A few basic measures can be taken to improve the thermal integrity of doorways in the building envelope Building design can optimize energy performance Stack pressure within a building forces air through any opening, causing the heating/cooling system to work harder Need to create an airtight building envelope Acts as a barrier to lessen thermal exchange Fairmont Pittsburgh – LEED Gold

13 Energy & Atmosphere - Doors & Hardware impact on buildings Approx 40% of energy leakage comes from the building envelope* Floors, Walls & Ceilings – 31% Windows - 10% Doors - 11% *Tony Woods, Air tight buildings, 2005 * Richard S. Duncan, Ph.D., P.E. Technical Director Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance

14 Code/LEED requirements for Opaque Swinging Door specifications Use door openings that exceed ASHRAE 90.1-2007 Standards by a minimum 5% for remodel and 10% for new 14 Operable U Values Calculated using ASTM C1363 Operable Air Infiltration Calculated using ASTM E283

15 Energy Efficiency – Calculated vs. Operable Values ASTM C1363 is the most current test standard for operable thermal transmittance, replacing ASTM C236 ASTM E283 is the most current test standard for operable air infiltration to meet 189.1 and IGCC

16 New Mandatory Green Codes IGCC 2012 & ASHRAE 189.1 – Standard 189.1 is a set of technically rigorous requirements, which like the IGCC, covers criteria including water use efficiency, indoor environmental quality, energy efficiency, materials and resource use, and the buildings impact on its site and its community 30% improvement over 2006 IECC 189.1 Adopted by US Army Corps of Engineers Reflects the AIA 2030 Commitment Requires better fenestration ACE, GSA and State of Washington have envelope infiltration allowance at.25 cfm/sf2 P

17 Insulated Core Doors Closing & Latching Thermal Break and Kerf Frames Thresholds/Door Bottoms/Gasketing EAC Security System Assemblies

18 Kerf Frames Kerf frames Specially designed frames feature a groove along the frame section that comes in contact with the door edge Simplifies installation of weatherstripping Serves as a convenient channel to install weatherstripping without using additional fasteners Weatherstripping easily removable

19 Thermal Break Frames Thermal break frames can improve an openings U-factor Since door frames are made of metal, a thermal break consisting of an insulated material is needed to stop heat transmission Reduce heat loss Prevent frost/condensation Provides a positive thermal break within the frame profile Delivers maximum protection against cold penetration Ideal for openings exposed to extreme cold Weatherstripping easily removable

20 Insulated Door Types Insulated doors boost the R-factor of an opening Hollow metal doors commonly used in building envelope Constructed from sheet metal in 20-18, 16- and 14-gauge thickness Core or interior space can be filled with insulated material Polystyrene Polyurethane Polyurethane Core

21 Calculated vs Operable Values Actual installed performance

22 Sealing the Gaps What is air infiltration? Air infiltration: A measurement of the air leakage around the perimeter of a door opening CFM = Cubic Feet per Minute Example of air infiltration test results: 90.1-2007 = Air leakage <.4 cfm/sf2 189.1-2009 = Air leakage <.2 cfm/sf2

23 Gasketing & Weatherstripping Gasketing available in several materials Silicone Santoprene (100% recyclable- avoid Chloroprene/Neoprene) Vinyl Polypropylene Materials are flexible Do not impede door operation Available in varying Grades to meet conditions of different climate zones Look for products that meet or exceed ANSI 156.22 Door Gasketing and Edge Seal Systems standards

24 24 Accessibility standards requires thresholds be a maximum of 1/2 high Thresholds, Door Bottoms, Gasket

25 ANSI/BHMA Standard A156.13 Mortise Locks & Latches (Series 1000) Cycle Testing Grade 1Grade 2Grade 3 Mortise ANSI/BHMA A156.13 standard for cycle testing Min Cycles 1,000,000800,000

26 Energy Efficiency – Door Closers Overcoming stack pressure Stack pressure created by differences between inside and outside air pressure Can create a strong rush of air to flow out that overpowers the closing cycle of the door closer Door may stay open longer than intended or fail to latch shut Properly sized closer needed to overcome stack pressure

27 DOOR CLOSERS – SURFACE MOUNTED Cycle Testing: Warranties: Materials: Features: Functions: 2,000,000 Million 1 yrs 1 ¼ Dia. Piston 3 Arms Stamped Arms 2 Painted Finishes No Plated Finishes Delayed Action 36 Levers Styles 11 Finishes 11 Functions Windstorm Rated 10+ Million 10+ yrs 1 ½ Dia. Piston 33 Arms Forged Arms 5 Painted Finishes 7 Plated Finishes Delayed Action 36 Levers Styles 11 Finishes 11 Functions Windstorm Rated

28 EXIT DEVICES Cycle Testing: Warranties: Materials: Features: Functions: 10 Million 5 yrs S.S. Latchbolt S.S. Case 36 Levers Styles 11 Finishes 11 Functions Windstorm Rated 500,000 1 yrs S.S. Hollow Latchbolt Brass/Aluminum Case 4 Levers Styles 4 Finishes 6 Functions No Windstorm All grade 1 locks are not created equal! High End Grade 1Mid Price Point

29 29 Exit Devices with Electric Latch Retraction (ELR) Yet another opportunity for energy savings Driven by motor instead of solenoid, electricity savings per activation can easily exceed 50%. Available with Harmony Series Integrated Wiegand Exit Devices Competitive Solenoid Design Competitive Motor Design ELR- Motor Design Inrush during retraction 16 AMP2 AMP.6 AMP Maintained while dogged.35A.25A

30 30 Traditional Access Control Many discreet components create a larger environmental impact Additional wiring More processing and packaging Reader Interface Access Controller Wiegand Card Reader Electric Strike Optical Request to Exit Device Power Supply

31 31 Integrated Access Control Integrating all of these functions into a single integrated lockset reduces the number of manufactured components required at each door Integrated Wiegand

32 32 IP-Enabled Access Control IP-Enabled WiFi locks leverage existing infrastructure to reduce environmental impact even further Completely eliminates any additional electronic access control infrastructure WiFi

33 33 IP-Enabled Access Control Power over Ethernet locks leverage existing PoE infrastructure to reduce components AND minimize energy usage PoE locks use a maximum of 7W per activation at each lock, 50% less than typical PoE installations PoE locks also use 85% less standby power than traditional access control Power over Ethernet

34 Energy Efficiency – Automatic Operators Automatic or power-assisted doors used on heavily-accessed entrances 43% energy savings achieved during 9 month test

35 Energy Efficiency – Vestibules Source: Dr. Alexander Zhivov – USACE at CERL – Energy Assessments at US Army Installations

36 Energy Efficiency – Revolving Doors Alternatives to swinging/sliding doors Revolving doors Revolving doors stop the free flow of air Revolving door is never open Seals remain in contact with walls of the doors at all times Only air transferred is in the chamber with the person using the door

37 Energy Efficiency – Revolving Doors MIT 2006 study Swinging doors allow 8x as much air exchange as a revolving door Study estimated that limiting ingress and egress to revolving doors would save school $7,500 a year for a single building Accompanying reduction in emissions would total about 15 tons of CO2 annually per building Result achieved by utilizing 2 of the 29 revolving doors on campus!

38 Interoperable models driving Enabling Applications.. Energy Efficiency - BIM for Energy Simulation Energy simulation 4D Costing Fabrication Clash Detection Quantity takeoff Images: Burt Hill, University Mechanical, Ryan Homes, View By View, Beck Group, IES, SOM

39 BIM.. transforming the process From point-to-point.. Silos of information with many handoffs Lack of interoperability Higher risk for error Limited responsibility HVACEngineerHVACEngineer StructuralEngineerStructuralEngineer Trades & Distribution Distribution Constr.ManagerConstr.Manager FacilitiesManagerFacilitiesManager BuildingOwnerBuildingOwner CivilEngineerCivilEngineerArchitectArchitect

40 BIM.. transforming the process To centralized.. Earlier design & performance influence.. a "seat at the table" Improved constructability & Energy efficiency Reduced waste, delays, and re-work Shared responsibility StructuralEngineerStructuralEngineer Trades & Distribution Distribution HVACEngineerHVACEngineer Constr.ManagerConstr.Manager FacilitiesManagerFacilitiesManager BuildingOwnerBuildingOwner CivilEngineerCivilEngineerArchitectArchitectBuildingInformationModel(BIM)BuildingInformationModel(BIM)

41 A Sealed Building Optimize thermal performance: entire building envelope Create a sealed barrier: prevent air infiltration, heat transfer Each opening component should be carefully selected Thermal Break frames and Kerf frames Insulated doors Door closers Gasketing Revolving doors (when possible) BIM: performance characteristics of door assemblies Following this strategy, doorways can be used to create a more energy efficient building

42 This Concludes the Educational Program Thank you for attending What is your reaction to the program? Please fill out the Form B AIA/CES HWS & SD, GBCI/CEU Credits PDF of todays presentation Request Certificate Aaron C. Smith, LEED AP BD+C 612.325.5719

43 Codes: National Fire Protection Association: International Code Council (ICC): Institutes: Construction Specifications Institute: Window & Door Manufacturers Association: Architectural Woodwork Institute: ASHRAE: United States Green Building Council: -US Army Corps of Engineers: -Massachusetts Institute of Technology: -International Living Building Institute: -AIA 2030 Challenge: -ASSA ABLOY: How To Get More Information?


45 Specification Section Support 08 06 71 – Door Hardware Schedule 08 11 13 – Metal Doors and Frames 08 14 16 – Flush Wood Doors 08 14 23 – Clad Wood Doors 08 14 33 – Stile & Rail Wood Doors 08 17 00 – Integrated Door Opening Assemblies 08 71 00 – Door Hardware 08 74 00 – Access Control Hardware

46 Related Specification Section Support 08 42 29 – Automatic Entrances 08 42 33 – Revolving Door Entrances 08 42 36 – Balanced Door Entrances 08 42 43 – ICU/CCU Entrances 08 71 13 – Automatic Door Operators 27 52 13 – Patient Monitoring and Telemetry Systems 27 52 23 – Nurse Call / Code Blue Systems 28 13 00 – Access Control 28 16 00 – Intrusion Detection 28 23 00 – Video Surveillance 28 46 00 – Electronic Detention Monitoring and Control Systems

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