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Fire Doors

Fire doors, in case of fire accidents, protect the lives of those inside a building and offer protection to the other sections of the structure. All public and some domestic structures in the U.K. are required to have fire closures.

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The Fire Door Features

Restraining the spread of fire is what fire doors are designed to succeed at. Their heavier composition than standard doors comprising a combination of constituent materials is installed along with a door closer for automatic shutting. Fire door edges are sealed with intumescent graphite seals which swell and block gaps around the edges of the door to prevent the movement of smoke and hot gases along with the flames. Fire-resistant glazing is applied to windows that are part of fire doors and the entire door-ironmongery is audited for meeting the fire-resistant benchmark.  Essentially required to remain closed at all times— Fire-resistant closures display their sagacious feature of closing automatically, in case they were left open mistakenly, once the fire alarm is triggered.

The Fire Door Rating

The FD and E series of ratings are awarded to fire doors, armed with smoke seals, intumescent seals, and fire-resistant glazing and hardware, on meeting the recommended British standards for fire resistance: BS 476-22:1987 and BS EN 1634-1. The FD ratings are specifically reserved for wooden doors while the E ratings are for fire-resistant glass doors.

The E classification additionally signifies the unchanged level of transparency in the glazing on exposure to heat or fire which would assist in capturing the most amount of possible visibility.  The number tagged along with the E classification states the number of minutes the glass door would withstand the spread of fire and smoke. The spread of radiant heat is best contained by the EI, followed by EW classified glass doors to a lesser extent. The inability to contain the spread of radiant heat is the only comparative limitation applicable to the Class E fire-resistant glass doors. The ratings reflect 30 minutes of fire resistance with FD30 and E30 respectively; FD60 and E60 for 60 minutes of fire resistance and doors with both fire and smoke control are awarded FDS or ESa along with the cleared duration mentioned.

Fire Door Positions

Fire doors are a must for doorways that lead to a loft or stairs connecting floors above or a doorway connecting an internal garage to the main property. Be it a residence or commercial building   there are a host of factors that must be taken into consideration when choosing the correct fire door to meet the government's minimum requirements, please click here to learn more about the regulation set forth by the HM Government.

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