Doors and Hatches

Advantages

  • Door upgrades
  • Trap doors and hatches
  • Window shutters

More information available in the Fire Protection Handbook and Technical Data Sheets.

Doors and Hatches

Doors form an important component of many fire compartmentation systems.

Promat offers a full range of DURASTEEL® and DURASMOOTH® doors and hatches for fire and blast resistant applications. DURASTEEL® Panels can also be used for door upgrading.

DURASTEEL® Doors and Hatches can be installed as part of a wider DURASTEEL® fire protection system or as individual items within other constructions. DURASTEEL Doors provide additional protection being impact or blast resistant. DURASMOOTH® doors include a range of superior quality, smooth faced steel doors offering flexible configurations and performance.

  • 60-240 minutes fire resistance

More Information

i  FP Handbook: Chapter 9

i  Licensed Installers

Building Regulations (Document B) gives strict guidance on the use of fire doors. In addition, documents such as the FPA Design Guide provides further guidance on applications and uses.

Factors for consideration when determining the correct specification to ensure a doorwill provide the required fire performance include: 

  • Tested in conjunction with partitions
  • Impact
  • Security
  • Ironmongery
Chapter 9 of the Fire Protection Handbook provides examples of system specifications for a range of doors applications. Additional system details are available in the Technical Data Sheets.



All doors in this section are tested to BS 476: Part 22: 1987 and will also meet the relevant requirements of BS 5588 for fire resisting doorsets.

Application Guides

Fire Protection Handbook

Technical Data Sheets

Sector Guides

DURASTEEL® Sector Guides

NBS Specification

NBS Specification