ForceFront Blast™

 

Blast Hazard Mitigation Systems- Framing and Entrances – pressure bar curtainwall framing and wide stile monumental doors are designed for compliance with ASTM, GSA ISC and DoD requirements. Fully tested and easy to fabricate and install, ForceFront Blast framing systems are designed and engineered for single span storefronts, and punched opening applications. The curtainwall and storefront framing provides improved thermal performance, and both the doors and curtainwall are dry-glazed with insulated glass for energy efficiency.

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Check out the following ForceFront Blast products in storefront, entrances, and curtainwall systems we have to offer:


ForceFront Blast™ – Wide Stile Entrances
The 2” Monumental Wide Stile door allows a wide range of hardware options as well as high levels of impact, air and water resistance.

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ForceFront Blast™ E/T34000 Storefront
Tubelite 34000 Series Framing is a 2-1/2″ x 5″ flush glazed storefront system for use on low-rise single-span applications for resistance to bomb blast. This screwspline framing is designed to be glazed with 1 5/16″ laminated glass positioned in the center of the frame. 34000 meets the requirements of ASTM, GSA ISC and DoD requirements. ForceFront Monumental Wide Stile Entrance Doors complete the 34000 storefront system providing a complete system that’s easy to fabricate and install.

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ForceFront Blast™ 2 1/2″ Curtainwall
Tubelite® ForceFront Blast Curtainwall is designed for compliance with ASTM, GSA ISC and DoD requirements for charge weight and standoff. This blast resistant shear-clip framing is designed to be glazed with 1-1/16” laminated glass positioned to the front of the frame. The system design was qualified using TE&C analysis, and blast protocols ASTM F2248 and UFC 4-101-0. Forcefront Monumental Stile Entrance Doors compliment the system providing a complete blast resistant wall system that’s easy to fabricate and install.

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