VERTICAL COILING HURRICANE SERVICE DOOR

VERTICAL COILING HURRICANE SERVICE DOOR

ICC has adopted FEMA criteria for the design and construction of a safe room that provides near-absolute protection for occupants from wind and wind-borne debris.

The latest edition of the IBC, Section 423, Storm Shelters, requires Group E occupancies and emergency facilities within the 250 MPH tornado and hurricane zones to incorporate safe rooms and storm shelters. These areas of refuge and safety can be detached structures or rooms within buildings. Regardless, all must comply with ICC 500 which incorporates in large part FEMA 361.
Utilizing McKeon Door’s wide span engineering capabilities, the SafeSpace 500 satisfies rigorous storm shelter or safe room opening protective requirements – without restricting the size of the openings for doors and windows.

VERTICAL COILING HURRICANE SERVICE DOOR

ICC has adopted FEMA criteria for the design and construction of a safe room that provides near-absolute protection for occupants from wind and wind-borne debris. The latest edition of the IBC, Section 423, Storm Shelters, requires Group E occupancies and emergency facilities within the 250 MPH tornado and hurricane zones to incorporate safe rooms and storm shelters. These areas of refuge and safety can be detached structures or rooms within buildings. Regardless, all must comply with ICC 500 which incorporates in large part FEMA 361.

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