- Planning & project engineering
- Support from CWS fire protection officer
- Fire-resistance class for 30, 60, 90, 120 or 180 min
- Large component opening possible in fire walls or walls classified according to fire protection
- Cooperation with various manufacturers such as Hörmann or Novoferm
- Also with automated opening aid
Fire protection door - advice, installation & maintenance
Fire doors close automatically in the event of a fire and hold back fire and smoke for 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes, even with very large wall openings. This means that escape and rescue routes remain usable in an emergency and people present can leave the building safely. A fire door is installed in masonry, concrete or drywall.
In everyday use, the fire door can be opened electrically or manually and remains open by means of an electromagnet. In case of fire, the power supply to the electromagnets is interrupted via the fire alarm system, stand-alone smoke detectors or a manual release button. Thus, a fire protection door closes immediately and independently by means of closing weights.
Fire doors are particularly suitable for commercial buildings, warehouses, underground garages, production facilities and airports. They are also frequently used in hospitals with large areas and a high number of people who need to be protected from smoke gases in the event of an emergency.
Fire doors are available in the following fire resistance classes:
- T30: fire-retardant
- T60: highly fire-retardant
- T90: fire-resistant
- T120: highly fire resistant
When used in escape and rescue routes, the door must be equipped with a wicket door. Optionally, they are translucent due to fire protection glazing (in the wicket door). Fire doors are available as standard in galvanised sheet steel and optionally in stainless steel, with paintwork in RAL colours. They also comply with DIN 4102 and have building authority approval from the DIBt (German Institute for Building Technology).
The fire protection doors are available according to your individual requirements within the scope of the building authority approval. In addition, 1-leaf, 2-leaf and telescopic door variants (optional: threshold-free wicket doors) are available.
Maintenance of fire doors
A fire door must be subjected to a safety inspection and maintenance by an expert every 12 months. CWS has a comprehensive range of fire doors approved by the building authorities. In addition, our service technicians are trained by various manufacturers. We offer you an all-round carefree package consisting of advice, installation and regular maintenance of fire doors.
- Painting in desired colour possible