Fire doors are essential in many buildings throughout the UK to protect the occupants during a fire. They are typically required in all escape routes, such as corridors, staircases and fire exits. The specific requirements for fire doors depend on the type of building and its intended use.
Fire doors are rated by the time they can resist fire, such as FD30 (30 minutes) or FD60 (60 minutes). They can be made from fire-resistant glass, timber of minimum 44mm thickness or steel. It is important to choose the right type of fire door for your specific needs and to ensure that it is installed and maintained properly.
Door fitted by a competent person,
in accordance with manufacturer's
fitting instructions. Gap between
frame and wall suitably filled with
compatible* fire rated materials.
Fire Doors need to be regularly inspected as part of the building fire risk assessment. Regular inspection identifies faults before they impact performance of the door.
Regular maintenance of fire doors
with compatible products helps to
keep them fit for purpose and in full
Get no-obligation quote with ORUS Technical Services Ltd. We are certified Fire Door Installers and Inspectors and with us you will be in best hands to solve your problems.
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