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Fire Exit Door
A external fire escape doors is usually installed in the emergency exits of buildings to reduce the spread of fire and smoke between separate compartments. The emergency fire exit door will remain closed or automatically close in an emergency upon the sounding of a fire alarm that would protect people from smokes.
Fire Exit Door Specifications
Fire Exit Door
Brand Xinyi Security Fire Exit Doors
Filler Material Honey Core, Mineral rock wool, polyurethane core.
Fire rated time 1 hour up to 3 hours.
Min. Thickness 45mm
Size Maximum fire exit door size is (2530x2530mm)
Door leaf sheet 22 Ga. - 18 Ga. (0.8/1.0/1.2 mm)galvanized steel/cold roll steel
Door frame sheet 16 Ga. - 14 Ga. (1.5mm-2.0mm). cold roll steel/galvanized steel
Surface finish Door leaf and frame powder coated finish.
Frame depth 115mm - 240mm
Opening direction Swing Inward / Outward
Color RAL color system, could be customized as well.
Accessories Lock,handle,hinges,door closer,panic bar and other as requested.
Vision Panel As Requested
Lite Frame UL listed lite frame. (UL Number: 39534)
Louver As requested.
Feature Fire proof and thermal insulation.
Application building project, business, home decoration(Office, hotel, church, home etc.)
Package Inside:PE paper , Outside: double layers carton box and wooden pallets.
MOQ 1 Set
Features Of industrial fire exit doors
Similar to other fire-rated doors produced by Xinyi, these fire exit doors for sale can also withstand the extreme heat of fires
Have a closing device and latch
Similar to the double fire exit doors produced by Xinyi, this fire exit door series also comes with a panic lock
Better insulated and longer lasting than wood doors or figerglass doors
Xinyi Door Co., Ltd. is a door supplier, we provide emergency exit doors for sale, emergency doors for sale, metal emergency exit doors, fire exit doors for sale, metal fire doors for sale, fire door and fire exit and etc. Want to know rolling door price or more information about us, please Feel free to contact us at any time.
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