Elevator Shaft

Life Safety –
Beautiful Design

Total Door Systems allow the architect’s vision to shine while taking the guesswork out of code compliance. Total Door Systems meet all life safety and compartmentalization requirements, including all fire codes and ADA guidelines.

Know Your Code

We’re the experts, so that you don’t have to be. Download our short list of need-to-know requirements related to smoke containment testing. UL 1784 covers the testing of air leakage through door assemblies and other opening protectives installed in wall openings where air leakage is intended to be controlled. 300.6.2.1 covers rated corridor applications and the need to protect the elevator shaft. ASME A 17.1 covers code requirements for the placement of elevator smoke door vision panels.


Total Door Systems take the guesswork out of code compliance, require less buildout and labor to install, and blend almost seamlessly with the room design. See what makes Total Door Systems Elevator Doors the best option for your application.

Introducing Total Door Systems new SafeFrame™

Turn any Total Door Systems door into a perfectly integrated smoke containment system with SafeFrame™. Unmatched security and life protection. No additional construction. All in one easy system.

See how SafeFrame™ can provide
you with a one-step solution.

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