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Cracking the Code on Fire/Smoke Opening Assemblies

  • 17 Apr 2023
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Online Microsoft Teams


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Continuing for Spring 2023: Electronic PDHs will be available to Chapter members at no cost for virtual presentations.  If you are not a current member you may still enjoy the presentation at no charge, or pay $10 at registration to be granted a PDH.

This is an online event.  You must join from a computer, no dial-in only information is available. The meeting details will be made available when you register.

A comprehensive overview of the multiple types of fire rated assemblies defined in the International Building Code and the requirements for their respective opening protection assemblies.  Also evaluates differing types of Solutions in the marketplace and the compliance/non-compliance based on the building codes and testing requirements.

Presenter: Ken Cox, CSI, CDT - FLS Specialist, Maxson and Associates

  • Ken has 41 years of experience working with Architects and Design Professionals in specifying and providing continuing education on a variety of architectural products. Areas of specialization include plumbing fixtures, washroom accessories, architectural signage, industrial doors, loading dock equipment, commercial roofing, specialty fire and smoke doors and wide span opening protectives.
  • Since 2009 Ken has focused in Fire and Life Safety working with Architects, design professionals, and building code officials in specifying products and providing continuing education. His area of specialization is in using specialty fire and smoke doors to address specific design challenges and maximize open design, safety and building efficiency through the use of specialty fire and smoke rated opening protectives.

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