Single-leaf and double-leaf smoke-proof steel security fire doors are used as fire separation doors to protect rooms with a high level of burglary risk and high frequency of use. Object security and fire doors are made in fire resistance class EI²60 in accordance with PN-EN 13501-2: 2008, smoke tightness class Sm; They are in accordance with PN-EN 13501-2: 2008 and burglary resistance class RC-3- in accordance with PN-EN 1627: 2012. Leafs are manufactured in the dimension range from 700 to 1250 mm wide and from 1970 to 2200 mm high and equipped with a certified lock with increased burglary resistance with a set of fittings on a safe sign. Door frames are offered in profiles adapted to all building conditions.
Steel fire safety doors with enhanced burglary resistance are a typical and secure solution finding applications in all types of industrial, office and public buildings. The advantages of EI30 RC2 class doors are their availability in typical dimensions, functionality, solid construction and simple installation. They are perfectly suited for closing off rooms at a low and moderate risk of burglary, in which fire resistance and insulation at level EI30 is simultaneously required. This model of door is manufactured in a single-leaf version.
Anti-burglary and fire-resistant doors are mostly used in the residential construction industry as entrance doors from the staircase to individual premises. The combination of functionality and high visual appeal is ensured by a robust design of the doors combined with a wide range of leaf finishing, such as embossed areas, decorative veneer panels and inox intarsia. Anti-burglary and fire-resistant doors combine EI30 fire resistance with a very high RC4 class resistance to burglary. The leafs are manufactured in width ranging from 600 to 1000 mm and height ranging from 1400 to 2100 mm, and are equipped with high class certified locks, inserts and hardware fittings.
Steel anti-burglary fire safety doors are intended for very heavy working conditions and are used to secure rooms at very high risk of burglary, where class EI 60 fire resistance and enhanced acoustic insulating power are required simultaneously. EI60 fire resistance, Rw-47 dB acoustic insulation and RC4 burglary resistance class are the ideal combination of technical characteristics of the door, ensuring compliance with fire safety regulations and anti-burglary protection. Class RC4 EI60 steel doors are perfectly suited for public buildings, where they can be used to close off rooms requiring a particularly high level of protection against burglary as well as fire resistance and insulation.