Fire doors perform a vital fire-stopping role within a building’s fire protection compartmentation function and a significant visual aesthetic role in any building.
Fire doors are designed to slow the progress of a fire and its components – flame, smoke and toxic gases, by halting it’s spread from compartment to compartment within the building. They play an essential role in safeguarding escape routes out of the building and ensuring that safe evacuation of the building is more likely to be achieved.
Aleron Fire Protection contractors offer a wide variety of fire doors that will meet not only your fire strategy requirements but the aesthetic requirements of your building space too!. All fire doors and ironmongery fitted by Aleron Fire Protection Contractors are certificated under BS/EN product standards and all associated hardware is CE marked.
Aleron Fire Protection Contractors can provide Fire doors in a variety of timber, metal and composite materials. They can range from simple, single-leaf pedestrian doors, used extensively in residential accommodation, through to large, power operated steel doors used to protect industrial buildings
Fire doors are rated for fire separation capabilities and tested in terms of the time period before the complete failure of the fire door. The common ratings are known in UK Building Regulations as FD30 and FD60 providing of 30 or 60 mins fire resistance appropriately.
A fire door is not just a “door leaf” The door frame, it’s hinges, handles, glasses panels, ironmongery and seals must all work in combination to ensure the fire door provides optimum and appropriate fire resistance. It is essential therefore that fire doors are fitted by fully trained and qualified installers.