BS 8214:2016 Timber-based fire door assemblies. Code of practice

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BS 8214:2016

Timber-based fire door assemblies. Code of practice

Status : Current   Published : December 2016

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What is this standard about?

This standard is the only official document giving recommendations for the specification, installation and maintenance of timber based fire doors. It is cited as a reference document in other industry documents and third party certification schemes. 

Who is this standard for?

  • Joinery sub-contactors
  • Door and window manufacturers
  • Architects
  • Building contractors
  • Maintenance companies
  • Inspection companies
  • Certification bodies
  • Local authorities
  • Glass manufacturing companies
  • Construction materials and building manufacturers
  • Suppliers of door assembly components

Why should you use this standard? 

The standard was revised to reflect current practice and standards, particularly in relation to fire door installation and maintenance. Fire door assemblies represent a life-safety product and incorrect installation and maintenance may compromise the ability of the products to perform.

The recommendations cover timber-based hinged or pivoted pedestrian door assemblies or door leaves, fitted into frames of any material. They are applicable to fire performance and smoke control but do not cover security, ergonomic factors, or functional performance other than with respect to fire resistance. 

What’s changed since the last update?

  • All references to the BS 5588 series and BS 7974 are replaced by reference to BS 9991 and BS 9999
  • References to doorsets removed from the scope (now covered by BS EN 16034)
  • Updates have been made to product guidance within the standard (e.g. door leaves, frames, apertures, hardware, installation, maintenance)
  • Reference to steel door assemblies removed
  • Regulation 7 of the Building Regulations 2010 and Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 [4], the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 [5] and the Fire Safety Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2010 [6] are now referenced
  • There’s been a major rewrite of the guidance associated with the sealing between the door assembly and the surrounding structure

NOTE: BS 8214 is only applicable to door assemblies that are designed to provide fire resistance ratings of up to and including 2 h when tested in accordance with BS 476-22 or BS EN 1634-1. It does not cover impact safety of glazing, recommendations for which are given in BS 6262-4. 




Standard NumberBS 8214:2016
TitleTimber-based fire door assemblies. Code of practice
StatusCurrent
Publication Date31 December 2016
Cross ReferencesBS 476-20, BS 476-22, BS 476-31.1, BS EN 179, BS EN 1125, BS EN 1366-4, BS EN 1634-1, BS EN 1634-3, BS EN 13637, BS 5499, BS 6262-4, BS 7974, BS 8300, BS 9991, BS 9999:2017, BS EN 942, BS EN 1154, BS EN 1155, BS EN 1158, BS EN 1303, BS EN 1935, BS EN 12051, BS EN 12209:2003, BS EN 12519, BS EN 13501-2, BS EN 14374, BS EN 14846, BS EN 16034:2014
ReplacesBS 8214:2008
Draft Superseded By16/30332500 DC
DescriptorsFire barriers, Doorsets, Fits, Holes, Marking, Maintenance, Fire safety in buildings, Colour codes, Glazed doors, Doors, Door frames, Fire doors, Fire resistance, Seals, Fire safety, Glazing, Ironmongery (buildings), Design, Performance, Installation
ICS13.220.20
91.060.50
CommitteeB/538/1
ISBN978 0 580 92158 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages40
File Size180 KB
Price£182.00


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