Designed as a full height security screen, fully or partially glazed to form a secure walling system extending from existing floor level to underside of existing ceiling height allowing infinite applications.
The introduction of intermediate posts and corner posts allows the construction of a new room within existing rooms forming interlocks, safe rooms, key rooms and secure bolt holes.
Designed to EN 1522:1998 Classification FB4
Incorporating glazed panels to BR4 EN1063
Bullet proof security walling system tested to classification FB4 for protection against the following weapons
Test Range (mtrs)
Bullet Velocity (m/sec)
|Hand gun||357 Mag.||FJ1/CB/SC||5||430+/-10|
|Handgun||44 Rem. Mag||FJ2/FN/SC||5||440+/-10|
Bullet type FJ1 – Full steel jacket (plated) FJ2 – Full copper alloy jacket CB – Coned bullet SC – Soft core (lead) FN – Flat nose bullet
These types of doors are constructed as a full-flush type unit. All joint connections are welded to provide a rigid assembly when installed. The door framing is constructed from extruded ballistic steel.
Key Features and Benefits:
2. Range of sizes for single and double door sets available
3. Vision panels with a choice of glazing can be integrated into the door
4. A range of door furniture and door closers can be supplied.
FIRE PROOF DOORS / GATES
Fire rated doors and frames play a vital role in keeping people safe and minimizing property damage during a fire. Many components of a door assembly can be rated to withstand fire for a specified period of time. A few of the components include:
- Door frames
- Window frames
Fire door assemblies have 5 ratings:
- 20 minute
- 45 minute
- 1 hour
- 1-1/2 hour
- 3 hour
The rating of a fire door assembly is based on the lowest rated component.
Fire Doors Frames
- There are not hourly ratings for basic fire door frames unless the label specifically states the frame is rated less than 3 hours.
- Some state and local building codes require hourly ratings up to and including 3 hours for a door frame.
- If a frame bears a recognized label qualifying it as a fire door frame, it may support doors rated 3 hours or less.
- Frames used in masonry walls may be used with a maximum 3-hour fire door, while frames used in drywall stud walls are intended to be used with a maximum 1-1/2-hour fire door.
- Consult with individual fire door frame manufacturers listings for fire door frames that can be used in drywall stud walls with a maximum 3-hour rating.
- Grout is not required for fire rated frames installed in either drywall or masonry walls at any hourly rating.