Emergency Doors

Emergency doors, also known as panic doors or exit doors, are used as a means of egress in case of an emergency, such as a fire. 

DOOR SPECIFICATIONS

Test Standards: 2 hrs and 4 hrs fire-rated metal doors are tested to BS 476 part 22 from Warrington fire (UK). Thrislington doors are also tested and approved by CBRI ( Indian Fire Test Agency).
Type: Single / Double Leaf
Leaf Thickness: 44 mm (or as per specific requirement)
Leaf and Frame Material:  Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel
Door Leaf: 44 mm thick, Shutter standard sheet thickness 1.0 mm to 1.5 mm, and sheet thickness up to 3 mm (Seamless type) for specific requirements. 
Door Frame: Frame size 125X45 mm, of Single rebate (Double rebate available on request) Sheet Thickness 1.5 mm to 2.0 mm.
Infill - Rockwool (Density 96-144 kg/m3) | Fire-Rated Honeycomb
Reinforcements: At hinges. door closer and lock case fitments.
Finish: Doors are coated with either pure polyester or epoxy-polyester powder achieving a coating thickness of 70-90 microns.
(Powder coat in standard RAL colours)
Ironmongery: SS ball-bearing Hinges. Latch Lock, Door Closer, Panic Bar etc
Handing: Left or right as needed Construction can be tailored to meed specific requirements.


There are several potential benefits of Emergency Doors:

  • Enhanced safety: Emergency doors are designed to be easily opened from the inside, allowing people to quickly and safely evacuate a building in case of an emergency.
  • Improved security: Emergency doors are typically equipped with high-security locks to prevent unauthorized entry, while still allowing for easy egress.
  • Code compliance: Emergency doors are required by building codes in many areas to ensure that a building has an adequate number of exits and to ensure that people can safely evacuate the building in case of an emergency.
  • Durability: Emergency doors are designed to be durable and able to withstand the rigors of frequent use.
  • Customization: Emergency doors can be customized to meet specific size, style, and performance requirements.
  • Energy efficiency: Some emergency doors are designed with energy-efficient features, such as insulation and low-emissivity glass, which can help to reduce energy costs.

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