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Fleming announces Trio-E exceeds new building code requirements

Fleming Door Products announced that Trio-E meets and exceeds the requirements to the new energy efficiency supplement, SB-10, to the Ontario Building Code.


December 19, 2011
By Canadian Security

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The prescriptive requirements of SB-10 state that exterior opaque swinging doors are required to have a U-value not exceeding 0.4.  This new requirement will go into effect January, 1st 2012.  Fleming  says that Trio-E is the only steel stiffened door on the market today that exceeds compliance with the new SB-10 supplement.  

The Trio-E door is steel stiffened for strength, but has achieved an operable U Factor of 0.29 which is 50% better than other steel stiffened doors currently available on the market today, according to the company (the lower the U factor the better the insulation).


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