External Steel Doors
Up to 120 mins
EN 1634-1 up to EI120
Up to 55dB
BS EN 1522
FB3NS to FB7NS
BS EN 1627
RC2 to RC5
and PAS 24
GLAS-DOR – Glazed Steel Profile System
GLAS-DOR is a fire-resistant steel profile system with a core of fire resistant insulation for glazed doors, sliding doors, partition walls and window sections. Tested to PAS 24 and approved by Secured by Design, the official UK Police initiative to ‘design out crime’, GLAS-DOR can combine both fire and security resistance.
Ideal for use in offices, shopping centres, airports, hotels, hospitals, schools and other similar public buildings; GLAS-DOR is available made-to-measure.
*Available PAS 24 certified and approved by Secured by Design in certain configurations. Speak to our sales team for more information.
Up to 2 hours fire-resistance
GLAS-DOR steel fire-resistant sections have been tested in accordance with EN 1634-1.
Wall sections offer up to 120 mins integrity and insulation, doorsets up to 90 minutes integrity and 60 minutes insulation. Double leaf sliding doors can now offer up to 30 minutes integrity and insulation.
Door and wall sections make up the fire cell partitions in, for example, corridors, main passageways and stairwells used as evacuation routes in the event of a fire. The solid fire-resistant insulating core between the steel profiles effectively reduces heat transfer from the side of the door or wall exposed to the fire.
Combined fire and security resistance
The GLAS-DOR system is type-approved for fire-resistance in combination with burglary resistance, e.g. EI 60 and PAS 24. Fire-resistance is provided in accordance with the applicable type approval certificate. Burglary resistance classes are in accordance with standard ENV 1627.
The type approval certificates mean that “labelled” sections can be used to comply with specific requirements for fire and burglary resistance with a transparent solution in stairwells, for instance. It is also possible to move exterior protection from an entrance and also comply with these requirements in stairwells, for example, that may may separate various activities.
The profile depth can be adjusted to suit specific requirements, e.g. 65, 70 and 90 mm.
In addition to requirements for fire-resistance, glass must also comply with requirements for burglary resistance as per EN 356 as well as fittings. Type-approved solutions include, among other things, multipoint locks (MPL).
Unique Fire-Resistant Sliding GLAS-DOR
These doors have been developed and tested a type-approved 30/30 fire-resistant glazed sliding door to EN 1634-1. The door is operated using Besam Unislide (including LD 550494). Max section dimensions 10m x 3m, and the max door leaf dimensions are 1250mm. This provides a max opening of 2210mm for bi-parting sliding doors.
Please note that door leaves in sliding doors must not pass over any vertical element as there is a risk of damages. Sliding doors must not be installed along evacuation routes, and if required, an emergency exit door should be installed at the side.
Size and configurations
The systems can be adapted to suit requirements and are type approved, with features including finger trap gaskets, round windows and arches. The systems have profiles adapted for modular locks (85 mm) as well as narrow (20 mm) and wide (130, 180 and 260 mm) profiles. These tested and approved systems also come in a wide variety of heights and widths. Wall sections up to 3.3m height and with a free edge have been tested as per EN 1634-1 to ensure compliance up to EI 120.
Polyester Powder Coated from Standard Colour Range
Polyester Powder Coated from Non-Standard Colour Range
Stainless Steel Brushed, Polished or Patterned
Unfinished for site finishing
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