Questions About Fire Doors: Everything You Always Wanted To Know

Questions About Fire Doors: Everything You Always Wanted To Know

Date:Jul 10, 2020

Do you know fire door?About the fire door,you should know somthing as below:

Where can I find the code requirements for fire doors?

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 80, Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives, is referenced by the International Building Code (IBC), International Fire Code (IFC), NFPA 101, Life Safety Code, and other codes and standards. NFPA 105, Standard for the Installation of Smoke Door Assemblies and Other Opening Protectives, addresses smoke doors and is also referenced in these publications.

So you must follow the requirement of the NFPA.

Below is one type of our best-seller steel fire door,this fire door has narrow with wire glass,the fire rating time is 90mins with WHI and FM certifications.The lock is cylinder lock and the painting will be follow customer's requirement.The infilling is polystyne,homb comb or mineral fire board.


Some fire door requirements are included within the applicable building or fire code, but NFPA 80 and 105 are referenced for many of the detailed requirements. For product-specific issues, the manufacturer’s listings must be referenced. For example, to find out the maximum fire door size available from a particular manufacturer, one should consult Underwriters Laboratories’ UL Building Materials Directory or Intertek’s Warnock Hersey Mark Directory.

Below is our wood fire door with WHI and UL certifications.If choose WHI,the fire rating time is 90mins with steel frame.If use UL,the fire rating time is 20 mins with wood frame.This type is 4 panels wood fire door.The surface is MDF+Veneer.The color will follow RAL color code or you wanted.The lock is cylinder lock,can be changed to UL Morise lock and Panic bar.The closer is UL listed too.


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