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ANSI/BHMA A156.15 covers requirements that apply to door closers combined with hold-open devices or free-swinging door closers combined with releasing devices and includes performance tests covering operational and strength criteria.
Changes made to this version of A156.15 included improving the format to make the test sequences easier to follow, as well as specific changes to the Closing Force Test and how to test Free Swinging Release Devices. This Standard is useful to architects, engineers, building owners, installation and maintenance personnel and anyone else concerned with the proper operation of release devices.
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Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association is the trade association for North American manufacturers of commercial builders hardware. Since its founding in 1925, BHMA has endeavored to promote the general development and welfare of the builders hardware industry and its member companies. BHMA currently authors 33 ANSI/BHMA standards in the builder’s hardware category, covering everything from hinges to locks to power door. In addition, BHMA is involved in international standards, code and life safety regulations and other activities that specifically impact builders hardware.
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