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ASTM E1996 and E1886.Kalwall hurricane resistant systems are approved by the State of Florida (floridabuilding) and Missile A - (Small Missile 2 gram steel balls) Maximum design Wind Load 80 PSF .070 SW exterior face sheet Missile C - (4' long 2 x 4) Maximum design Wind Load 60 PSF MISSILE IMPACT REQUIREMENTS Level of Updated Impact Requirements for Building Componentsresistant or protected.Large missile protection is required below 30' elevation,and small missile protection is required above 30' elevation.Testing shall be performed to ASTM E1886-04 and ASTM E1996-04 for the 2006 IBC and ASTM E1886-06 and ASTM E1996-06 for the 2009 IBC.The 2006 and 2009 Codes have a requirement thatUnderstanding Test Standards for Louvers in Hurricane (Passing a missile-impact test is more difficult with a smaller louver specimen.) Additionally,ANSI/AMCA Standard 540 has two different missile speeds to consider.For basic protection,Missile Level D,which simulates the impact of a 9-lb 2-by-4 traveling at a rate of 50 fps (34 mph),is required.

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Large Missile Impact ASTM E1996/E 1886 Pass - Missile Impact Level D,Wind Zone 4 TAS 201 Pass - Missile Impact Level D,360 lbf-ft High Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) TAS 201,202,203 FL# 20323.1 - Approved for design load of +/-150 psf.Higher loads or larger spans are available.Test Report No.E8391.02-301-44 Report Date 12/04/15 (+55.14/-60.15psf) Design Pressure with missile impacts corresponding to Missile Level D and Wind Zone 4.3.4 Test Dates 07/01/15 - 08/19/15 3.5 Test Record Retention End Date ASTM E1996-14a,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Windborne Debris in TEST METHODS AND SPECIFICATIONS Table 1 - Missilefication,ASTM E 1996,that indicates what missile size and weight shall be used depending upon application and wind speed (see table 1 and 2),location of impact,pass/fail criteria,and substitu-tion limitations.For example,30 feet from grade and below is typi-cally the zone for impact by a wood 2 x 4 (large missile),whereas

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ASTM E 1886 Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Storm Shutters Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials,and,ASTM E 1996 Standard Specification fo.r Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors and Storm Shutters Impacted by Windborne Debris in Hurricanes.Standards for Impact ProtectionASTM E 1886 Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Storm Shutters Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials,and,ASTM E 1996 Standard Specification fo.r Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors and Storm Shutters Impacted by Windborne Debris in Hurricanes.Related searches for ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definitastm e1886 astm e1996astm e1996 wind zonesastm e1996 14aSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextUnderstanding Test Standards for Louvers in Hurricane (Passing a missile-impact test is more difficult with a smaller louver specimen.) Additionally,ANSI/AMCA Standard 540 has two different missile speeds to consider.For basic protection,Missile Level D,which simulates the impact of a 9-lb 2-by-4 traveling at a rate of 50 fps (34 mph),is required.

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astm e1886 astm e1996astm e1996 wind zonesastm e1996 14aSome results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Related searches for ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definitastm e1886 astm e1996astm e1996 wind zonesastm e1996 14a12345NextHurricane Resistant Requirements Graham Architectural Debris impact tests in ASTM E1886-02 ASTM E1886-02 is a test method only. Specific impact requirements are defined in specification ASTM E1996-02.Impact Testing.If you live in a building where doors and windows are located 30 feet or less above grade (e.g.above ground level) then the products must pass the large-missile test.Protection of Openings Shutters and GlazingJul 26,2013 ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definition#0183;according to the requirements specified in ASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 or other approved test methods and performance criteria.The levels of im-pact resistance shall be a function of Missile Levels and Wind Zones specified in ASTM E 1886 and ASTM E 1996.Exceptions to this are noted in Section 6.5.9.3.

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AAMA 506; ASTM E1886/E1996 Missile Level D 2,4,6 Certification Agency NAMI Manufacturers Name or Code Name JW-19 Product Name Premium Atlantic Vinyl SH (FLANGE) Test Standards AAMA/WDMA/CSA 101/I.S.2/A440-08 AAMA 506; ASTM E1886/E1996 Missile Level D Impact Resistance System Impact Resistant Requirement 1-6 YesLLUMAR SAFETY/SECURITY AND GLASS RETENTION ASTM E1996 Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Windborne Debris in Hurricanes Missile Level C three windows impacted by 4.5 lb,2 x 4 x 4 (2050 g,50.8mm x 101.6mmI ASTM E 1996 and ASTM E 1886 referenced herein asor the large missile test of ASTM E 1996.1609.1.2.2 Garage doors.Garage door glazed opening I protection for wind-borne debris shall meet the require ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definition#173; ments of an approved impact-resisting standard or ANSI/DASMA 115.1609.2 Definitions.The following words and terms shall,for the purposes of Section 1609,have the meanings shown herein.

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Table 1 ASTM E1996 Wind Zones and Missile Types (See Missile Types in Table 2,page 33) For systems intended to be used 30 feet and higher from ground level,a small missile is used.Following either the small or large missile impact,the specimens are subjected to pressure cycling,as described in Table 3 on the following page.File Size 183KBPage Count 4ASTM E1996 - 17 Standard Specification for Performance of DOI 10.1520/E1996-17.Citation Format.ASTM E1996-17,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Windborne Debris in Hurricanes,ASTM International,West Conshohocken,PA,2017,astm.Back to TopEASTMAN PERFORMANCE FILMS,LLC TEST REPORTASTM E1886-13a,Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials ASTM E1996-17,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,

Designation E 1996 09

cent mean ground level at which fenestration or impact 1 This specication is under the jurisdiction of ASTM Committee E06 on Performance of Buildings and is the direct responsibility of Subcommittee E06.51 on Performance of Windows,Doors,Skylights and Curtain Walls.Current edition approved April 1,2009.Published May 2009.OriginallyArchitectural Testing - Impact and CyclingWhat are the different levels in ASTM E1996? A Explaining each different level is beyond the scope of this document.The levels correspond to different basic wind speeds in the hurricane prone regions and have different missile specifications and speeds.Those windASTM E1996-2002,2004,2006,2009 2012a ASTMLarge missile impact tests were conducted using a #2 Southern Yellow Pine 2.4 m (2 x 4) measuring 96 in length and weighing 4100 g (9 lbs) (Missile D) as shown in Table 2 of ASTM E1996.Missile speeds and impact locations were in accordance with Tables 2,3 4 and Section 5.3 of ASTM E1996.

ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definition - Engineering

ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definition.Missile Level E 6.2.1.1 Enhanced Protection (Essential Facilities) Buildings and other structures designated as essential facilities,including but not limited to hospitals,other health care facilities having emergency treatment facilities,jails and detention facilities,fire,rescue and police ASTM E1996 - 17 Standard Specification for Performance of DOI 10.1520/E1996-17.Citation Format.ASTM E1996-17,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Windborne Debris in Hurricanes,ASTM International,West Conshohocken,PA,2017,astm.Back to TopASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT Reportastm e 1886-13a,standard test for performance of exterior windows,curtain walls,doors and storm shutters impacted by missle(s) and exposed to cyclic pressure differentials.astm e 1996-14a,standard specification for performance of exterior windows,glazed curtain walls,doors,and storm shutters by wind borne debris in hurricanes.

ASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT Report

astm e 1886-13a,standard test for performance of exterior windows,curtain walls,doors and storm shutters impacted by missle(s) and exposed to cyclic pressure differentials.astm e 1996-14a,standard specification for performance of exterior windows,glazed curtain walls,doors,and storm shutters by wind borne debris in hurricanes.ASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT ReportDesign Pressure with missile impacts corresponding to Missile Level D and Wind Zone 3.3.4 Test Dates 06/30/16 07/28/16 3.5 Test Record Retention End Date All test records for this report will be retained until July 28,2020.3.6 Test Location Intertek-ATI test facility in Lake Forest,California.ASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT ReportDesign Pressure with missile impacts corresponding to Missile Level D and Wind Zone 3.3.4 Test Dates 06/30/16 07/28/16 3.5 Test Record Retention End Date All test records for this report will be retained until July 28,2020.3.6 Test Location Intertek-ATI test facility in Lake Forest,California.

ASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT Report No.

(+50.13/-55.14psf) Design Pressure with missile impacts corresponding to Missile Level D and Wind Zone 4.NOTE One corner door sample tested.Reference test report E8392.02-301-18 for the flat door configuration with three samples tested as outlined in the ASTM E1996 test standard.3.4 Test Dates 07/16/15 - 11/11/15ASTM E1886 ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT toASTM E188605,Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials ASTM E199612,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,ASTM E1886 ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT toASTM E188605,Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials ASTM E199612,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,

ASTM E1886 ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT to

ASTM E188605,Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials ASTM E199612,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,CurtainASTM E1886 ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT toASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT Report No.E6415.0220144 Rendered to EAGLE WINDOW DOOR,INC.Dubuque,Iowa PRODUCT TYPE Aluminum Clad Wood Hinged Door with Impact Glazing (Inswing) SERIES/MODEL 6080 Series 05 ESeries Inswing French Door SP1 with Harbor Master IG Test Dates 08/10/15ASTM E1886 ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT toASTM E1886 and ASTM E1996 TEST REPORT Report No.E6414.0220144 Rendered to EAGLE WINDOW DOOR,INC.Dubuque,Iowa PRODUCT TYPE Aluminum Clad Wood Hinged Door with Impact Glazing (Inswing) SERIES/MODEL 3080 Series 05 ESeries Hinged Patio Door Inswing SP1 with Harbor Master IG

ASTM E1886 - 19 Standard Test Method for Performance of

ASTM E1886-19,Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors,and Impact Protective Systems Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials,ASTM International,West Conshohocken,PA,2019,astmASTM E 1886 ASTM E 1996 TEST REPORT Report No.ASTM E 188605,Standard Test Method for Performance of Exterior Windows,Curtain Walls,Doors and Storm Shutters Impacted by Missile(s) and Exposed to Cyclic Pressure Differentials.ASTM E 199605,Standard Specification for Performance of Exterior Windows,GlazedASCE Risk Categories Explained - Engineering Express ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definition#174;ASTM E1996 Missile Levels and Definition; Leave a Reply Cancel reply.You must be logged in to post a comment.Knowlegebase Categories.Codes Standards (56) Engineering Principles (31) General (20) Our Company How To's (10) Popular Knowledgebase Articles.

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