(Covered in ANSI/BHMA Standard A156.6)
These products are not listed or labeled but their use on fire doors is governed by NFPA 80 and the fire door manufacturers' published manufacturing procedures.
Door Edging. Protective material applied to the edge of a door.
Door Protection Plates. Protective material applied to the face of doors.
Armor Plate. A door protection plate extending a sufficient distance up from the bottom of a door so that carts, gurneys, etc. will contact the plate when pushed against the door. 36" and 427 heights are typical.
Kick Plate. A door protection plate providing protection against the lower portion of the door. 8", 10", 12" and 16" heights are typical. The use of 16" high kick plates is recommended for use on doors used by people in wheel chairs.
Mop Plate. A door protection plate providing protection against floor and rug cleaning equipment. 4" and 6" heights are typical.
Door Pull. A device applied to the face of a door which when grasped permits the user to pull a door open.
Pull Plate. An assembly consisting of a Door Pull with protective material positioned between Pull and face of door.
Pull Bar. A device extending across a door which when grasped permits the user to pull a door open.
Push Bar. Similar to a Pull Bar but used for pushing a door open.
Push Plate. Material applied to the surface of a door and located where a user pushes on a door to open it.