Our Panel Fire Doors compromise both period, classic and contemporary designs. You will surely find something to match both modern and period properties, depending on your internal design. The panelling comes in all different shapes, sizes and style patterns.
With Internal Doors UK, the style of your home will not be compromised for the sake of efficiency. All our doors have an FD30 rating for 30 minutes of protection against the risk of fire. We have a range of panel fire doors to match the design and style of their standard and glazed counterparts. Great if you need a fire door in one part of the room and a standard door in another.
Browse through our Oak, White Primed, Black, Walnut and Grey doors, to find the best choice!
Why fit a Fire Door, and what is their purpose?
Modern building regulations are extremely strict on the use of fire doors in certain areas. This could be that your architect has specified the use of a fire door in specific areas. It is always a safer choice to separate a room with a source of fire, such as kitchens with stoves, areas with fireplaces etc. This means, if an accident was to arise, the fire door could allow your family with vital extra time to make their escape. Our fire doors have an FD30 rating provide 30 minutes of time before they will burn through. Even if a fire door is required, our range will certainly match your interior and fit in with the design of your home. Fire doors protect both commercial and domestic buildings from any spread of fire, by restricting it to a certain area for a longer period of time. This allows more time for people within the building to make their escape via alternative routes, which might not be cut off by the fire. Fire Doors are a legal requirement for particular buildings, such as commercial properties and flats, but the main purpose for fire doors are to delay the progress of a destructive fire, and most importantly save lives.
Selection and Installation
The intumescent strip is one of the essential elements in a fire door. It runs around the edge of the door where it meets the lining or frame. It expands in the heat, which helps trap the smoke. This stops fumes from spreading. Also preventing flames from travelling passed the door. This keeps an escape route safe.
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