(b) Application. This part 1201 shall apply to glazing materials, as that term is defined in § 1201.2(a)(11), for use in the architectural products listed in paragraph (a) of this section; and to those architectural products listed in paragraph (a) of this section if they are made with, or incorporate glazing materials as that term is defined in § 1201.2(a)(11).
American ANSI Z97.1-2015 National Standardwired glass. No test methods, references or exceptions appear in this document for Class C, 12 inch drop height and fire-rated wired glass. Compliance of all safety glazing products must be rated to either Class A or Class B in accordance with the procedures of this edition.
Feb 04, 2005 · 16CFR 1201 II CTG Tempered NFRCC 006/012 High Performance IGCC CBA IGMAC CIG-4.7 1-04 Stationary SGCC 1804 1/8 U 16CFR 1201 II CTG Tempered NFRC 006/012 High Performance IGCC CBA IGMAC CIG-4.7 2-04 I investigated this because the stationary side appeared to be less substational using an unscientific glass tapping method of inspection.
Custom Tempered Glass Cardinal Glass IndustriesCardinal's tempered glass meets important safety codes, including ANSI Z-97.1-2009 and CPSC 16CFR 1201 categories I and II. Tempered Glass Compression and Tension Zones Heat strengthening is an intermediate level of compression that doubles the strength, and can provide flatter glass
Federal Register ::Safety Standard for Architectural
I. BackgroundII. Response to Comments on The Proposed RuleIII. Impact on Small BusinessesIV. Final Rulev. Environmental ConsiderationsVI. Paperwork Reduction ActVII.VIII. Effective DateIX. Incorporation by ReferenceOn January 6, 1977 (42 FR 1427), as amended on June 20, 1977 (42 FR 31164), the Commission issued the Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Materials under the Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA) to reduce or eliminate risks of injuries associated with walking, running, or falling through or against glazing materials (CPSC standard). The standard applies to glazing materials used or intended for use in any of the following architectural products:(1) Storm doors or combination doors;(2)Safety and Burglary-Resistant Glass - Sweets13/16 22.2 3/8 - 0.090 - 3/8 10 - 2.28 - 10 10.26 50.09 II yes Glass Designation Construction (glass-PVB-glass) Weight Test Standards This table shows data for symmetrical lay-ups. Asymmetrical lay-ups, having two different thickness of glass, are also available on request. (1) Applies to CPSC 16 CFR 1201 and CAN/CGSB-12.1.
ABC Glass Plant 1 16 CFR 1201 II ANSI Z97.1-2015 SGCC CCCC HUA Indoor Use Only Label Requirement:ABC Glass Plant 1 16 CFR 1201 I ANSI Z97.1-2015 SGCC AAAA 1/4UB INDOOR USE ONLY Laminated Glass Graphics:Graphics intended to
Heat Treatment - Viracon - Single Source Architectural GlassWhile improving the strength and resistance to thermal shock and stress, heat-strengthened glass does not meet safety glazing requirements as outlined by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Z97.1 or the federal safety standard Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) 16 CFR 1201, and therefore should not be used in these situations.
Industry Resources:Ask The Expert FAQ National Glass Glass in elevator hoistway enclosures and hoistway doors shall be laminated glass conforming to ANSI Z97.1 or CPSC 16 CFR Part 1201. 2409.2.1 Fire-resistance-rated hoistways. Glass installed in hoistways and hoistway doors where the hoistway is required to have a
The SGCC requires that all tempered glass covered by their certification bear the permanent SGCC test number, as well as the stamp of the CFR and the ANSI. For instance, WA Wilson was assigned by the SGCC the logo for ¼ or 6 mm tempered glass as 16 CFR 1201 II
SECTION 08800 GLASS AND GLAZINGand type of glass. 2. Labels shall remain in place until approval by the A/E. B. Trademarks:Each panel of tempered glass shall bear the manufacturer's trademark. C. Glass of each type shall be supplied by the same manufacturer. PART 2 PRODUCTS 2.1 MANUFACTURERS A. Glazing:1. Guardian. 2. LOF, Libby-Owens-Ford. 3. Pilkington. 4. PPG. 5.
TECHNICAL SERVICE BULLETIN Bulletin #FG03 Safety CPSC 16 CFR 1201 Cat I and Cat II (Category I and Category II) as the standard that must be met for glass products used in windows. Cat I is for products less than 9 square feet and Cat II is for products of unlimited size. The testing requirements for Cat I and Cat II are different with Cat II being more stringent.
16 CRF CPSC 1201 Standard Description:A consumer product safety standard that prescribes the safety requirements for glazing materials. The safety requirements are designed to reduce or . eliminate unreasonable risks of death or serious injury to consumers when glazing material is broken by human contact. ANSI Z 97.1 Standard Description