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1 Feb 2013

Class Announcements April 22-24

ASSA ABLOY Americas University announces three new classes to be held in Phoenix in April.

4/22 Sargent Master Keying Workshop
4/23 Corbin Russwin Master Keying Workshop
4/24 Codes and Standards

All classes will be held at the ASSA ABLOY Americas University Training Facility:
10027 S. 51st Street Suite 102
Phoenix, AZ 85044
623.582.4626

Each class size is limited to 12 students, so register early.

 


4/22 Sargent Master Keying Workshop

This is a one day hands-on master keying class. It explores the methods of generating bitting lists, calculating pinning splits, and setting up new systems.

Each attendee will pin Sargent cylinders.

Subjects Covered:

  • Terminology and standardized nomenclature
  • The mathematics behind master key systems
  • Bitting lists
  • Pinning calculation
  • A thorough review of Sargent technical literature.

Pinning Exercise:

  • Mortise and interchangeable core cylinders, for conventional and Degree cylinders.

Who Should Attend:

  • Those who work with existing Sargent key systems
  • Security personnel
  • Institutional locksmiths
  • Maintenance personnel familiar with master keying
  • Distributor personnel

$75.00

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4/23 Corbin Russwin Master Keying Workshop


This is a one day hands-on master keying class. It explores the methods of generating bitting lists, calculating pinning splits, and setting up new systems.

Each attendee will pin Corbin Russwin conventional and Pyramid cylinders.

Subjects Covered:

  • Terminology and standardized nomenclature
  • The mathematics behind master key systems
  • Bitting lists
  • Pinning calculation
  • A thorough review of the Corbin Russwin cylinder manual

Pinning Exercise:

  • Mortise and interchangeable core cylinders for conventional and Pyramid cylinders.

Who Should Attend:

  • Those who work with existing Corbin Russwin key systems
  • Security personnel
  • Institutional locksmiths
  • Maintenance personnel familiar with master keying
  • Distributor personnel

$75.00

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4/24 Codes and Standards


Sometimes codes and standards can be confusing to the specifier, detailer, or end user.

This course will study the three primary areas which affect doors and hardware in all types of occupancies:

  • Hardware for Fire Rated Doors
  • Does the hardware for fire doors differ from other hardware?
  • Based upon NFPA-80, Standard for Fire Doors & Windows, this session features an examination of basic requirements of fire rated door and hardware requirements.
  • The attendee will learn proper selection of hinges, locks, exit devices, closers, and other hardware items. Actual UL labels for fire doors and hardware will be displayed for future recognition.

Hardware and Life Safety:

  • Means of Egress is important for every building occupancy type.
  • Learn what affects the door opening and how to select the proper hardware to comply.
  • This session is a review of Chapter 7, Means of Egress, of NFPA-101 Life Safety Code and how it applies to door openings.

Hardware and Accessible Buildings:

  • IBC and many state and local codes contain language that requires buildings to be made accessible to the disabled.
  • In this session, you will learn the requirements set forth in ANSI Standard A117.1, the basis for many of these local codes.
  • In this session, a review of Chapter 4, Accessible Routes, will show how these requirements affect doors and hardware.

Upon completion of this class, the attendee will be able to identify the requirements of accurate fire door hardware, hardware for doors in a means of egress, and hardware to meet disability codes.

Who Should Attend:

  • Facility maintenance personnel
  • Distributor sales or service personnel
  • Distributor project managers
  • DSS sales and support personnel

$75.00

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Your Instructors:

120x144 Garver Lee

120x144 Weaver Rodney

  Lee Garver, DAHC

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Rodney Weaver, AHC

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Published 1 Feb 2013

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