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Try these vendors for blast-resistant doors:

Electric Power Doors
522 W. 27th Street
Hibbing, MN  55746
(800) 346-5760
FAX (218) 262-6478

Krieger Steel Products
850 S. Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco, CA  94110
(415) 282-2688
FAX (415) 282-1766

Overly Manufacturing Co.
P.O. Box 70
574 West Otterman
Greensburg, PA  15601-0070
(412) 834-7300
FAX (412) 830-2871

The Peele Company
115 Secrest Ave.
Monroe, NC  28110
(800) 648-1589
FAX (704) 283-7135

Protective Door Industries
2864 E. 95th Street
Chicago, IL  60617
(312) 375-0300
FAX (312) 375-8820

Specialty Doors, Inc.
269 W. 154th Street
South Holland, IL  60473-1018
(708) 339-4331
FAX (708) 339-4339

Typically, all they require from the engineer is the opening 
size, expected incident overpressure, overpressure duration, and 
adjacent framing system. 

I've been quite happy with both Peele and Overly doors.  They both 
have engineering staff quite willing to work the specifics of your 
project.

Hope this helps,

Bill


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