ODL Severe Weather door glass has a Florida Building Commission (FBC) component approval, FL14935-R3, that allows it to be substituted in any glazed door or sidelight with an approved missile impact FBC approval or Miami-Dade County NOA. No additional testing is required. Both the original approval and the component approval need to be provided to the building inspector for approval. Severe Weather door glass cannot be used with an approved opaque door impact product to create an approved glazed door.
ODL Severe Weather door glass in all insulated glass configurations and sizes is certified for use in Florida's Wind-borne Debris Region and High Velocity Hurricane Zone, in which ultimate wind speeds can exceed 160 mph. Products are certified to meet Missile Level D requirements, i.e., impacted twice with a 9 lb 2x4 board shot at 50 ft/sec, then subjected to positive and negative design pressures.
ODL Severe Weather door glass has FL14935-R3 impact-rated product approval per the Florida Building Commission.
ODL Severe Weather door glass is included in Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) evaluations for many door manufacturers. To view TDI product evaluations that include ODL door glass, select one of the links below: