Fire Doors have a fire-resistance rating and are used to reduce the spread of fire or smoke between rooms and compartments and to enable safe evacuation from a building or structure. The door frame includes the fire or smoke seals, door hardware, and the structure that holds the fire door assembly in place. Together, these components form an assembly, typically called a “doorset” which holds a numerical rating, quantified in hours of resistance to a test fire. Structural fire protection measures include integrating fire safety into the design of a building. When builders and designers work with fire safety in mind, they should use fire resistant materials to help prevent fires from starting or slowing down their progression when they do start. Structural fire protection includes fire curtains, doors, glass, and shutters, and these materials and fittings are regularly integrated into a building design. When it comes to finding the latest passive fire protection products choose Fire Safety Search.
The Fireguard FD01 provides protection against the spread of fire and secures property against theft, capable of up to 240 minutes fire protection.