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WOODEN FIRE DOOR

About

Narsi, for many years, has been developing and innovating solutions for Interiors and one of them is Fire Doors. We have pioneered in manufacturing and testing Wooden fire doors with PROMAT non-combustible matrix engineered mineral boards with Promatect®-H, PROMASEAL® LFCSK Intumescent strip, the Fire doors have passed stringent tests.

Our highly specialized team provides regular technical support, the necessity of these doors is governed by NBC (National Building Code) as well as directives of local Fire Fighting and Municipal authorities.

The Fire Doors are generally certified for 30minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes and 120 minutes fire rating for Insulation, Integrity and Stability

Why are Fire Doors Important?

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One of the most important fire safety products on your premises.
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Gives occupants longer time to escape.
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Prevents the fire or smoke from spreading across the building and keeps the fire contained to a particular compartment or room.
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Gives the fire service more time to rescue anyone who is trapped and put out the fire.
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Part of a building’s passive fire protection system, an essential requirement for public buildings, offices, and factories.
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Protects lives and offers protection to the remainder of the building.

Fire doors

60 Minutes Door

Door Size: 2400x1200 mm

Frame Size: 100x60 mm

Shutter Thickness: 45 mm

6MM Thick: PROMINA® 60

Certification: IPRITI

90 Minutes Door 1

Door Size: 2250x1050 mm

Frame Size: 150x75 mm

Shutter Thickness: 55 mm

9MM Thick: PROMATECT®

Certification: IPRITI

90 Minutes Door 2

Door Size: 2400x1805 mm

Frame Size: 140x75 mm

Shutter Thickness: 64mm

12MM Thick: PROMAT

Certification: SPECTRO

120 Minutes Door 1

Door Size: 2270x1075 mm

Frame Size: 150x75 mm

Shutter Thickness: 55 mm

9MM Thick: PROMATECT®

Certification: SPECTRO

120 Minutes Door 2

Door Size: 2400x1200 mm

Frame Size: 120x65 mm

Shutter Thickness: 65 mm

12MM Thick: PROMATECT® - H

Certification: IPRITI

120 Minutes Double Leaf Door

Door Size: 2700x1200 mm, 2700x2400 mm

Frame Size: 175x80 mm

Shutter Thickness: 90 mm

20MM Thick:PROMATECT® - L

6MM Thick:PROMINA® 60

Certification: IPRITI

FIRE DOOR STANDARDS

INDIAN/ BRITISH STANDARD

IS 3614, Part 2, BS 476, Part 20 & 22 | Building Regulations 2000-Fire Safety-Part B

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A fire door must be self-closing. Only the active door leaf of an access panel (service ducts) can be installed without a closer but with a deadlock and a “Fire Door, Keep Shut” sign placed clear on the door face.
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Unless shown to be satisfactory when tested as part of a fire door assembly, the components of any hinge on which the door is hung should be made entirely from materials having a melting point of atleast 800° C.
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Two fire doors may be fitted in the same opening so that the total fire resistance is the sum of their individual fire resistance.
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If a fire door is held open, it must be equipped with a tested, automatic release mechanism actuated by an automatic fire deduction and alarm system or a door-closed delay device.
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Signs and other items of hardware containing plastic should not be fitted on the non-fire side of the wooden door or frame.
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Labelling is mandatory.

FAQs

IMPLEMENTING FIRE DOOR SAFETY

Many business owners and property managers have questions about how fire doors should be used, day to day. Here are clear answers to some common concerns.

1. DO FIRE DOORS ALWAYS NEED TO BE CLOSED?

Some companies have interior fire doors that typically remain open between departments during normal business hours, but they will automatically close in the event of an emergency. If the door is not equipped with an automatic closing device, do not prop it open. While it can be convenient to put a wedge in, to keep a fire door open, creating an easy exit or to let in breeze, an open door can defeat its fire-protection capabilities in the event of a fire.

2. SHOULD FIRE DOORS BE LOCKED?

Don’t block it or lock it. Chaining the doors shut or blocking them in any way is dangerous and may be a violation of fire safety codes. Using anything other than fire-rated, fail-safe hardware can lead to injury or even loss of life in an emergency requiring quick evacuation. Finding the doors blocked can be a significant safety hazard and cause further panic for an already scared crowd.

3. CAN WE MAKE CHANGES TO THE DOOR FRAME OR HARDWARE?

Since Fire Doors are tested as complete door assemblies and manufactured in factories, onsite modifications are not permissible.

4. WHEN DO FIRE DOORS NEED TO BE REPLACED?

The overall fire resistance and rating of a fire door may deteriorate over time. To ensure that the door is well maintained and still ensures adequate protection, these doors must be inspected yearly. Follow the recommended maintenance and repair schedule. The need for replacement will depend on the wear and tear that it experiences.