Tornado and Hurricane Doors
FEMA Compliant
ICC 500 Certified
ADA Compliant
 
Doors Tested and Manufactured for Today's Requirements
Krieger’s specially designed tornado and hurricane doors have been tested to resist the wind speeds designated in ASCE 7 and the higher wind speeds designated in the ICC 500-2014. Furthermore, the thresholds are ADA compliant making the door perfect for any storm resistant safe room.

Krieger offers doors designed to meet the ICC 500-2014 for tornado and hurricane safe rooms with a three sided frame, unlike others
that may require a four sided frame to provide the same protection. While FEMA P-361-2015 does not certify products, Krieger doors
have passed the ICC 500-2014 testing and they meet or exceed FEMA P-361 and FEMA 320, safe room criteria. 
Tornado Requirements
FEMA P-361–2015 and ICC 500-2014:
Wind speeds for the tornado storm shelters shall be 250 mph. regardless of location.

Has an impact resistance tested
by a 15# 2x4 at 100 mph.

Has been ASTM E1886 Cycle differential tested at +/- 1.8 PSI

ICC 805.3 as defined by ICC Section 304.1
Hurricane Requirements
FEMA 320-2014 and ICC 500-2014:
Wind speeds for the hurricane shelters
range from 160 mph to 220 mph.

Has an impact resistance tested
by a 9# 2x4 at 100 mph.

Has been ASTM E1886 Cycle differential tested +/- 70 PSF


Tornado Safe Room Door Hardware
Krieger self-latching multi-point lock sets provide a secure door that is easily accessed and complies with NFPA 101-Life Safety Code,
and yet closes on its own to provide real security within the shelter. FEMA B5.2.3 ICC 500 Sec 503


Hurricane Door Hardware
Krieger single door assemblies utilize heavy weight ball bearing hinges with single point cylindrical or mortise locksets, or rim exit devices (functions to be determined per building requirement). Krieger double door assemblies utilize heavy weight ball bearing hinges with single point cylindrical or mortise locksets, or rim, surface or concealed exit devices (functions to be determined per building requirement) on the active leaf and surface bolts, surface or concealed vertical rod exit devices on the inactive. The hardware selection will provide a secure door that is easily accessed and complies with NFPA 101-Life Safety Code, and yet closes on its own to provide real security within the shelter.
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