New fire-resistant steel sliding door from Schueco Jansen

New to the comprehensive range of steel windows, doors and façades available from leading steel systems supplier, Schueco Jansen, is the Janisol 2 Fire-Resistant Sliding Door.

This combines an elegant appearance with a high level of protection against flame and heat.  

Constructed from tried-and-tested Janisol profiles and engineered to allow an inward (break-in) or outward (break-out) direction of escape depending upon location, this versatile new door is available in either a single-leaf or a double-leaf configuration.

The Janisol 2 door can be supplied with or without side and top lights and with or without an emergency exit function. If the latter is specified, the door can be fitted with emergency exit hardware conforming to EN 1125 or EN 179, while the complete door system has been fully tested to EI30 in accordance with EN 1634-1.

If configured as a single leaf construction, the Janisol 2 door offers a clear opening up to 1400 mm wide and 2500 mm high, whereas with double leaves, the clear opening is up to 2800 mm wide and 2500 mm high. Whether constructed with single or double leaves, there is no necessity for a floor guide in the opening area.

There is a wide selection of approved glazing for the new Janisol 2 Fire-Resistant Sliding Door and leading companies such as Dorma, Golgen, Tormax and Record can supply and commission approved actuator systems.

For further information on all the steel systems in the Schueco Jansen range, please email

Issued on behalf of Schueco Jansen by Acumen Marketing Communications Ltd, Watermill House, Chevening Road, Chipstead, Sevenoaks, Kent TN13 2RY. Further press information from John Mounsey/Lester Corney, tel: 01732 456444; fax: 01732 457444; e-mail:

Schüco – System solutions for windows, doors, façades and solar products. Together with its worldwide network of partners, architects, specifiers and investors, Schüco creates sustainable building envelopes which focus on people and their needs in harmony with nature and technology. The highest demands for design, comfort and security can be met, whilst simultaneously reducing CO2 emissions through energy efficiency, thereby conserving natural resources. The company and its Metal, PVC-U and New Energies divisions deliver tailored products for newbuilds and renovations, designed to meet individual user needs in all climate zones. With 5000 employees and 12,000 partner companies, Schüco is active in 78 countries and achieved a turnover of 1.8 billion euros in 2012.

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600450 New fire-resistant steel sliding door from Schueco Jansen
Date: 7 January 2014
Source: Schüco

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