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Question 1 of 49
What is the latest regulation standards for Automatic Doors?
Question 2 of 49
What is the frequency of inspection for an automatic door?
Question 3 of 49
What reasons could a client need an automatic door fitted?
Question 4 of 49
What is very important for the specifier to establish as to BS 7036-0 5.1.2?
Question 5 of 49
Which of the following locations have doors with a high volume of users?
Question 6 of 49
There are a pair of doors where one of the door on their own is unable to accommodate wheelchair access what is the solution?
Question 7 of 49
What is a fully automatic door?
Question 8 of 49
What are the associated risks of person injury when using an automatic door as listed in BS7036-0?
Question 9 of 49
Which of the following is a risk which could lead to the user being impacted by the door?
Question 10 of 49
What could happen if a door has no safety sensors on it?
Question 11 of 49
What can be done to prevent shearing?
Question 12 of 49
You are creating a survey for existing fire doors what is important?
Question 13 of 49
If a door operates with different functions at different times of the day what must you be aware of?
Question 14 of 49
What needs to be remembered about doors on a fire escape?
Question 15 of 49
You are surveying a door which is external and exposed to bad weather what needs to be specified?
Question 16 of 49
What fabric are doors made out of?
Question 17 of 49
When choosing an operator you must:
Question 18 of 49
What is the regulations for the clear opening height found within the building regulations?
Question 19 of 49
What is a transom height?
Question 20 of 49
What is the minimum requirement for wheelchair access for an internal door?
Question 21 of 49
What is the minimum requirement for wheelchair access for an external door?
Question 22 of 49
When is a backplate required?
Question 23 of 49
What are the different types of threshold for sliding doors?
Question 24 of 49
What is the maximum permitted floor height as written in building regulations?
Question 25 of 49
When are barriers required?
Question 26 of 49
Operators can be controlled by:
Question 27 of 49
What is the minimum activation detection distance for doors on a fire escape?
Question 28 of 49
True or False: The Building owner needs to ensure that a full hazard analysis and risk assessment is undertaken to confirm that the final installation is safe for its predicted use?
Question 29 of 49
What could happen if the sensor/s fitted on an external door are not protected by weather hood or canopy?
Question 30 of 49
What may the automatic doors be interfaced to?
Question 31 of 49
How can you usually tell if a door is a fire door?
Question 32 of 49
Which of the following is not an example of locking on a door?
Question 33 of 49
What are the various types of power supply found adjacent to automatic doors?
Question 34 of 49
Which of these is not an example of PPE?
Question 35 of 49
What are the different working at height access types?
Question 36 of 49
The customer has given the reason of a new employee who is disabled who needs access to the building via a wheelchair. Which of these best describes the reason for install?
Question 37 of 49
There are no safety sensors being specified on a new install of an automatic door. Which of the following risks could be prevented by installing safety sensors?
Question 38 of 49
What fabric are automatic doors made out of?
Question 39 of 49
During the surveying process you have measured the transom height and are unsure of the needed height for the operator. What should you do?
Question 40 of 49
Which of these are common hanging types for swing doors?
Question 41 of 49
True or False: It is critical that you find the centre point of the pivot or hinge point of the door. As the operator will be installed at a fixed distance from this centre point.
Question 42 of 49
During the survey you have found that the door is not free running what should be done?
Question 43 of 49
What are the two types of swing door application are there:
Question 44 of 49
True or False: The distance between the operator mounting point to the other side of the door is the reveal depth.
Question 45 of 49
You cannot overcome the reveal depth what is the solution?
Question 46 of 49
True or False: You should be able to see the door from the door operator location. Bad placement could add the risk of crushing and impact.
Question 47 of 49
Hinge Protection needs to be protected up to __ m on the door height and have a clearance underneath of less than __mm
Question 48 of 49
On surveying a door you find that the door isn’t in correct alignment and the gaps aren’t parallel which of the following could need to be replaced?
Question 49 of 49
True or False: Automatic doors usually aren’t in public areas so persons are unlikely to come into contact with the wiring.