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NO.

TYPE

SIZE

TYPE

MATERIAL

FINISH

TYPE MATERIAL

FINISH

HARDWARE

RATING

1

2

3'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

PANEL

W'D/FABRIC

ST

HM1

MT'L

PT1

SET #2

20 MINUTES

2

1

6'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

PANEL

W'D, BIRCH

ST

HM1

MT'L

PT1

SET #1

3/4"HOUR

3

1

6'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

PANEL

W'D, BIRCH

ST

HM1

MT'L

PT1

SET #1

3/4HOUR

4

4

3'-0" x 6'-8" x 1 3/4"

FLUSH

W'D

ST

HM2

MT'L

PT2

SET #3

NONE

DOOR

5

DOOR

DOOR OPENING

DOOR SCHEDULE

FRAME

REMARKS HARDWARE MUST MEET 20 MINUTE RATED DOORS

HARDWARE MUST MEET 3/4 MINUTE RATED DOORS

HARDWARE MUST MEET 3/4 MINUTE RATED DOORS

Figure 51. A commercial door schedule

Besides a table and a graphic representation of the door type, a commercial door schedule also contains notations for general notes, each door type, door finish, frame type, frame finish, hardware, or detail drawings for different types of doors or frame constructions. An abbreviation key should be provided when abbreviations are used such as WD (wood), ST (Stain), or MT’L (Metal) in door schedules.

Window Schedule

Window schedules are similar to door schedules in terms of organization and lay out. As doors, windows are identified by a number of other designation shown on the floor plan (Figure 52). These are referenced to a window schedule that contains more detailed information about each window. Window schedules also consist of two parts. The first part is in a tabular form, and the second part is a graphic representation of each type of window. A graphic representation of window types is typically window

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