AHC205 - Detailing Hardware

(24 Hours) (72 CEP points)

Perhaps the most necessary skill you can develop in our industry is learning how to properly create detailed hardware schedules. Coordinating the myriad hardware products with the project's requirements can be a daunting task. This course introduces you to the sequence and format of the hardware schedule through a series of in-class exercises.

You will learn how to:


  1. Catalogs or electronic files with technical information for hinges, mortise locks, door closers, fire exit hardware, panic hardware, protection plates, electrified hardware, hollow metal doors and frames, and flush wood doors
  2. Catalogs or electronic files for pivots, continuous hinges, concealed in the floor closers, door bolts, coordinators, overhead stops and holders and removable mullions, bored and mortise locks and latches, auxiliary locks, surface-mounted and overhead concealed door closers, low-energy door operators, door pulls, push bars, protection plates, Gasketing and thresholds, and door stops
  3. Catalogs or electronic files for electrified hardware (e.g. power supplies, card readers, key pads, motion detectors, power transfer devices)

Recommended Prerequisites:
COR117 – Door and Frame and Architectural Hardware Applications
COR140 - Using Codes and Standards