Free Newsletter
Register for our Free Newsletters
Newsletter
Zones
Access Control
LeftNav
Alarms
LeftNav
Biometrics
LeftNav
Detection
LeftNav
Deutsche Zone (German Zone)
LeftNav
Education, Training and Professional Services
LeftNav
Government Programmes
LeftNav
Guarding, Equipment and Enforcement
LeftNav
Industrial Computing Security
LeftNav
IT Security
LeftNav
Physical Security
LeftNav
Surveillance
LeftNav
View All
Other Carouselweb publications
Carousel Web
Defense File
New Materials
Pro Health Zone
Pro Manufacturing Zone
Pro Security Zone
Web Lec
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
ProSecurityZone Sponsor
 
 
News

Fire doors prevent heat transfer

ASSA ABLOY : 26 August, 2016  (New Product)
New range of fire doors from Assa Abloy do more than retard flames with special construction for preventing the transfer of heat
Fire doors prevent heat transfer

Assa Abloy Security Doors is now offering enhanced fire doors that provide both integrity and insulation. In most applications, fire doors are required to prevent the transfer of flames from the exposed side of a door to the unexposed side in order satisfy UK Building & Fire Regulations. In some specific or high risk areas, it would also be important to inhibit heat transferring from one side of the door to the other.

Brian Sofley, Managing Director at Assa Abloy Security Doors, said: “It is impossible to avoid every single fire hazard within any environment.

“Therefore, at Assa Abloy Security Doors, we want to ensure that the fire performance of our doorsets is as advanced as possible, to safeguard people and property in the event of an emergency.

“We now offer a range of fire doors that have been independently tested to European standards to deter heat from transferring from one side of the door to the other; effectively our doors work as a barrier for flames and heat spreading. This can reduce the risk of objects spontaneously combusting on the side of the door that is not exposed to flames. This is particularly useful for applications such as special equipment rooms, storage facilities or to support protected means of escape.”

Bookmark and Share
 
Home I Editor's Blog I News by Zone I News by Date I News by Category I Special Reports I Directory I Events I Advertise I Submit Your News I About Us I Guides
 
   © 2012 ProSecurityZone.com
Netgains Logo