Summary of the use of fire doors

Date:Oct 27, 2020

1. The highest level of fire separation (firewall, fire compartment, etc.)

2. Doors of crowded places (cinema, auditorium, etc.)

3. Important warehouse doors (secret room, archive room, etc.)

4. Doors for fire-related equipment (transformer room, power distribution room, etc.)

5. Doors for non-fire-related important equipment (air-conditioning room, refrigerating room, etc.)

6. Open the door on the safety exit (enclosed stairwell, smoke-proof stairwell and front room, etc.)

7. Halls and doors of entertainment buildings (KTV, amusement halls, etc.)

8. Rooms or places with high fire risk (kitchens in public buildings, ancillary warehouses in civil buildings, etc.)

9. Doors of rooms (places) used by vulnerable groups (operating room, delivery room, etc.)

10. The same function control scale division (hospital nursing unit room, etc.)

11. Equipment room (fire control room, etc.)

12. When the distance between doors and windows on both sides of the fire partition wall is insufficient, alternative measures

13. For residences larger than 54m and smaller than 100m, each household has a room door with a refuge function room, and windows open outside.

14. Shaft protection (tube well doors, etc.)

15. Internally communicating doors and doors of some equipment rooms that open to the outdoors (transformation and distribution rooms, etc.)

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