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RIM DOOR - ANNUAL SHOW

ROBERT I. MERRILL CO.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 2:00 PM (MDT)

RIM DOOR - ANNUAL SHOW

Registration Information

Type End Quantity
Trade Show
Wednesday, April 22 - 10:00AM-2:00PM




Ended Free  
ASSA Abloy - Sliding Door Fundamentals
Tuesday, April 21 - 8:00-9:00AM - Room A

Ended Free  
Alarm Lock
Tuesday, April 21 - 8:00-10:00AM - Room B
Ended Free  
Allegion - Schlage NDE Engage Technology
Tuesday, April 21 - 8:00-9:00AM - Room C
Ended Free  
Stanley - Best Small Format Interchangeable Core Master Keying
Tuesday, April 21 - 8:00-10:00AM - Room D
Ended Free  
ASSA Abloy - Mobile Innovation Truck Tour
Tuesday, April 21 - 8:00-9:00AM - Outside
Ended Free  
ASSA Abloy - Basic Electornic Hardware
Tuesday, April 21 - 9:00-10:00AM - Room A
Ended Free  
Allegion - Code Jeopardy
Tuesday, April 21 - 9:00-10:00AM - Room C
Ended Free  
Command Access - Self-Adjusting Motor Latch Retraction
Tuesday, April 21 - 9:00-10:00AM - Room E
Ended Free  
ASSA Abloy - Mobile Innovation Truck Tour
Tuesday, April 21 - 9:00-10:00AM - Outside
Ended Free  
Oshkosh Door - FRP Doors and Frames
Tuesday, April 21 - 10:00-11:00AM - Room B

Ended Free  
Hager Companies - Architectural Hinges
Tuesday, April 21 - 10:00-11:00AM - Room C
Ended Free  
DORMA USA - Understanding Electrified Door Products
Tuesday, April 21 - 10:00-11:00AM - Room D
Ended Free  
Locinox - Current Trends in Gate Hardware
Tuesday, April 21 - 10:00-11:00AM - Room E
Ended Free  
ASSA Abloy - Mobile Innovation Truck Tour
Tuesday, April 21 - 10:00-11:00AM - Outside
Ended Free  
RIMCO - Common Door and Hardware Adjustments
Tuesday, April 21 - 11:00-12:00PM - Room A
Ended Free  

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Event Details

You won't want to miss Robert Merrill Companie's Annual Show held at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center!


Tuesday, April 26 - 8:00AM-1:00PM - Free Training & Box Lunch

Wednesday, April 27 - 10:00AM-2:00PM - Trade Show & Joe Morley's BBQ


* Register for our seminars & learn the tricks of the trade.

* See brand new, time-saving products.

* Network & eat delicious food.

* Raffle & Bingo Prizes!


 Classes at 8:00 – 9:00am

 

Room A                                (2 Hour Class)

Low Voltage Electricity for Installers by ASSA Abloy:

 

Come learn in an interactive format the fundamentals of installing electronic door hardware from the industry leader, ASSA Abloy. ASSA Abloy is the manufacturer of premier brands such as HES, Adams Rite, Securitron and Corbin Russwin. Learn best practices when installing low voltage electric strikes, power supplies, power transfers, and much more.



Room B                                (2 Hour Class)

Best Small Format Interchangeable Core Master Keying by Stanley:


This will be a hands-on class featuring topics ranging from pinning cores, master key system theory, cross-keying, punching keys, calculating pin segments, and troubleshooting tips. Come get your hands dirty and learn what it takes to key a Best core.


 

Room C

Code Jeopardy by Allegion:


Let us help you understand and adhere to specific door related codes for the city, state, and region in which you are working. This codes course is delivered in an interactive game-format, covering topics such as ADA as well as fire and life safety codes.



Room D                              

FRP and Wood Grained Doors by Special-Lite:


Looking for doors that will provide a longer service life even in the most demanding situations? Come learn about Special-Lite’s FRP conventional options as well as FRP doors that look like wood doors. These doors can combine all kinds of traditional styling options with the advantage of modern engineering and construction materials. Come find out which options are best suited to you.



Room E

Continuous Hinges by Hager Hinge:


Come learn from the industry leader in the continuous hinge arena. As “Band-Aid” is known for their bandages, Hager is known for their “Roton” hinges. If you have doors that are exposed to high use and high abuse situations, a continuous hinge is the way to go. Rotons are also a great option for fixing damaged doors or frames in the field. Come learn the best applications for both new construction and retrofit situations.


 

Classes at 9:00 – 10:00am


Room C

Panic Hardware by Allegion:

 

Have you ever had to adjust a vertical rod panic and had doubts about what you were doing? Well, you are not alone. Come learn more about these intimidating pieces of hardware to put your mind to ease. In this class, you will learn all about the different types of panic devices as well as best practices on installing and servicing them.



Room D                                (2 Hour Class)

Electrifying your Existing Hardware by Command Access:


This class will be a hands-on look at the best ways to electrify your existing door hardware. As access control becomes more and more common, you are often faced with the challenge of adding electronic security to your existing doors. Come get your hands dirty and learn industry best practices for making this happen.



Room E


Door Facing by Oshkosh Door:


As technology continues to progress, the options for wood doors continues to grow with it as well. This class will cover the latest trends in door facings. The presentation will cover everything from the basics in veneer cutting / matching to creating custom door designs with the latest technology that allows the printing of pictures directly onto a door. The possibilities are becoming as limitless as your imagination. There will be many physical samples for everyone to touch and see for themselves.


 

Classes at 10:00 – 11:00am


Room A

New and Super Cool Products by ASSA Abloy:


Do you want to stay on top of the latest trends in the industry? If so, you don’t want to miss this class. This class will cover some of the industries newest and best solutions for solving your door needs. Come see how innovation can benefit you.  



Room B

Shelter by Best:


Come learn about Stanley Best’s newly launched solution for quickly locking down your doors in the event of an emergency. As this trend is rapidly being adopted by many of our schools to combat an active shooter situation, many other places of business are realizing that they too could face a similar risk. Shelter is a unique product that combines code-compliant mechanical hardware, with proven electronic technologies, to create a simple and affordable option for securing your facility.


 

Room C

Privacy in the Restroom by JR Jones and Hadrian:


 

 Classes at 8:00 – 9:00am

 

 

 

Room A                                (2 Hour Class)

 

Low Voltage Electricity for Installers by ASSA Abloy:

 

 

 

Come learn in an interactive format the fundamentals of installing electronic door hardware from the industry leader, ASSA Abloy. ASSA Abloy is the manufacturer of premier brands such as HES, Adams Rite, Securitron and Corbin Russwin. Learn best practices when installing low voltage electric strikes, power supplies, power transfers, and much more.

 


 


 

Room B                                (2 Hour Class)

 

Best Small Format Interchangeable Core Master Keying by Stanley:

 


 

This will be a hands-on class featuring topics ranging from pinning cores, master key system theory, cross-keying, punching keys, calculating pin segments, and troubleshooting tips. Come get your hands dirty and learn what it takes to key a Best core.

 


 

 

 

Room C

 

Code Jeopardy by Allegion:

 


 

Let us help you understand and adhere to specific door related codes for the city, state, and region in which you are working. This codes course is delivered in an interactive game-format, covering topics such as ADA as well as fire and life safety codes.

 


 


 

Room D                              

 

FRP and Wood Grained Doors by Special-Lite:

 


 

Looking for doors that will provide a longer service life even in the most demanding situations? Come learn about Special-Lite’s FRP conventional options as well as FRP doors that look like wood doors. These doors can combine all kinds of traditional styling options with the advantage of modern engineering and construction materials. Come find out which options are best suited to you.

 


 


 

Room E

 

Continuous Hinges by Hager Hinge:

 


 

Come learn from the industry leader in the continuous hinge arena. As “Band-Aid” is known for their bandages, Hager is known for their “Roton” hinges. If you have doors that are exposed to high use and high abuse situations, a continuous hinge is the way to go. Rotons are also a great option for fixing damaged doors or frames in the field. Come learn the best applications for both new construction and retrofit situations.

 


 

 

 

Classes at 9:00 – 10:00am

 


 

Room C

 

Panic Hardware by Allegion:

 

 

 

Have you ever had to adjust a vertical rod panic and had doubts about what you were doing? Well, you are not alone. Come learn more about these intimidating pieces of hardware to put your mind to ease. In this class, you will learn all about the different types of panic devices as well as best practices on installing and servicing them.

 


 


 

Room D                                (2 Hour Class)

 

Electrifying your Existing Hardware by Command Access:

 


 

This class will be a hands-on look at the best ways to electrify your existing door hardware. As access control becomes more and more common, you are often faced with the challenge of adding electronic security to your existing doors. Come get your hands dirty and learn industry best practices for making this happen.

 


 


 

Room E

 


 

Door Facing by Oshkosh Door:

 


 

As technology continues to progress, the options for wood doors continues to grow with it as well. This class will cover the latest trends in door facings. The presentation will cover everything from the basics in veneer cutting / matching to creating custom door designs with the latest technology that allows the printing of pictures directly onto a door. The possibilities are becoming as limitless as your imagination. There will be many physical samples for everyone to touch and see for themselves.

 


 

 

 

Classes at 10:00 – 11:00am

 


 

Room A

 

New and Super Cool Products by ASSA Abloy:

 


 

Do you want to stay on top of the latest trends in the industry? If so, you don’t want to miss this class. This class will cover some of the industries newest and best solutions for solving your door needs. Come see how innovation can benefit you.  

 


 


 

Room B

 

Shelter by Best:

 


 

Come learn about Stanley Best’s newly launched solution for quickly locking down your doors in the event of an emergency. As this trend is rapidly being adopted by many of our schools to combat an active shooter situation, many other places of business are realizing that they too could face a similar risk. Shelter is a unique product that combines code-compliant mechanical hardware, with proven electronic technologies, to create a simple and affordable option for securing your facility.

 


 

 

 

Room C

 

Privacy in the Restroom by JR Jones and Hadrian:

 


 

Every day, the need for additional privacy becomes more important to people. The restroom is no exception to this. Come learn industry best practices for adding the level of privacy to your restroom stalls that will make your employees and visitors feel safe and comfortable.

 


 


 

Room E

 

Fire Rates Glass and Codes by Vetro Tech:

 


 

 

There are many things to consider when adding a window to a fire rated door or wall. As people continue in their quest for more light pass through and an open feel, these questions are becoming more and more common. Come learn about the latest in fire glass technology and also what the building codes will and will not let you do.


 


 

 

 

Classes at 11:00 – 12:00pm

 


 

Room A

 

Common Door and Hardware Adjustments by the Robert I Merrill Company:

 

Learn how to look at a door opening and evaluate how to fix it. We will help you to look at the door frame, the door, and the hardware, from a top-down perspective. We will talk about shimming doors, jamb cut offs, frame reinforcements for various hardware and much more. We will show you techniques on evaluating the performance of hinges, exit devices and closers. We will then show you some simple adjustments that will you get the door back to its peak performance. We will address swinging the door, closing the door, and latching the door. By regularly maintaining the door hardware, it can add to the life of the door opening and help keep your costs down. We will show you things you can do yourself, as well as field-fixes our technicians can help you with. This class will be instructed by Robert I. Merrill Company’s best and brightest.

 


 


 

Lunch provided following the classes




Room E

Fire Rates Glass and Codes by Vetro Tech:


There are many things to consider when adding a window to a fire rated door or wall. As people continue their quest for more light and open spaces, these questions are becoming more and more common. Come learn about the latest in fire glass technology, and what the building codes will and will not let you do.


 

Classes at 11:00 – 12:00pm


Room A

Common Door and Hardware Adjustments by the Robert I Merrill Company:

Learn how to look at a door opening and evaluate how to fix it. We will help you to look at the door frame, the door, and the hardware, from a top-down perspective. We will talk about shimming doors, jamb cut offs, frame reinforcements for various hardware and much more. We will show you techniques on evaluating the performance of hinges, exit devices and closers. We will then show you some simple adjustments that will you get the door back to its peak performance. We will address swinging the door, closing the door, and latching the door. By regularly maintaining the door hardware, it can add to the life of the door opening and help keep your costs down. We will show you things you can do yourself, as well as field-fixes our technicians can help you with. This class will be instructed by Robert I. Merrill Company’s best and brightest.



Lunch provided following the classes


Please feel free to contact us with any questions:

801-263-2700

 


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Utah Cultural Celebration Center
1355 West 3100 South
WEST VALLEY CITY, UT 84119

Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 2:00 PM (MDT)


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ROBERT I. MERRILL CO.

Your locally owned and operated, full line stocking distributor of commercial doors, frames, and hardware.  4049 S. Howick St., SLC, UT. 84107

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