Compared to traditional timber fire doors, these superbly engineered steel framed doors offer the advantages of slim sightlines, fully glazed leaves and a high level of performance, making them ideal for public-access locations such as hospitals, hotels and schools.The doors are available in two ranges, Jansen Economy 60 E30 and Janisol 2 EI30.They operate without lever handles and are equipped with a bi-metallic latch that reacts to the heat from a fire, causing a pin to expand and retain the leaf in place.
They can be colour-coated to match the decor of the building in which they are installed and can be specified in both single- and double-leaf versions, either as stand-alone door-sets or as part of a glazed fire-resisting screen. Associated fittings include a variety of glazing options, hinges and integral door-closing devices.
Having undergone a Field of Application Assessment by International Fire Consultants Ltd, both systems have been assessed to EN 1634, meaning that they comply with all existing statutory legislation.
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