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Features
  • Wide range of sizes and styles meet or exceed industry fire safety testing standards including UL, FM, ULC, as well as New York City (MEA) and State of California requirements (CSFM)
  • Doors are compliant with all NFPA-80 standards
  • Constructed of galvanized or stainless steel in a variety of gauges, slat designs and finishes for unsurpassed strength, durability and style
  • Door closes automatically under governor control after separation of fuse link. UL recommends a 165°F (74ºC) fuse link for ambient conditions for 100°F (38ºC) or less, or a 212°F (100ºC) fuse link for ambient conditions over 100°F (38ºC)
  • Door guide assembly rests on the sill to provide an attractive finished appearance eliminating setup gaps. Guides expand upward during a fire
  • Rolling service fire doors fit openings up to 41' wide (12,497 mm) or 25' (7620 mm) high (max. 683 sq. ft. or 63453 sq.mm) with up to a 4-hour UL rating
  • Counter fire doors fit openings to 14' (4267 m) wide and 10' (3048 mm) high with either a 3-hour or 1 1/2-hour UL rating, and are optionally available with a 1 1/2-hour rated plastic laminated countertop
  • Integral frame and sill counter fire doors with a 1 1/2-hour UL rating afford a handsome finished look
  • Motor operated counter fire door does not required tension reset after automatic fire release
Options
  • UL-listed FireLite® vision lites in 4-, 3-, and 1 1/2-hour labels allow visual access without compromising safety
  • Additional safety options include the Fire Sentinel™ timedelay release device photoelectric or ionization-type smoke detectors, with or without heat detector, as well as solid-state horn, strobe or voice enunciators
  • Solid construction withstands windloading of 20 psf, with a higher windload option to meet requirements
  • UL-listed brush-type smoke gaskets satisfy smoke retardation requirements
  • Firestop® fire-resistant core countertops covered with popular brands of decorative laminates allow coordination of project design elements for use with counter fire doors

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