Fire Doors Play a Significant Role in Passive Fire Protection. The aim of the fire door is to restrict the spread of fire and smoke by compartmentalising fire, this then gives people in other parts of the building time to escape, and can also reduce the subsequent damage to the building itself.
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The walls of buildings and rooms act as a barrier to fires; however doors of standard construction, fitted within such walls represent a weak point and do not act as to contain fires. Fire doors have an intumescent seal fitted; this is a material which swells with heat and smoke, therefore sealing any gaps around the door and thus playing a significant role in restricting the spread of fire and smoke. If the gap around the door is too large, then the door is ability to restrict the spread of fire, heat and smoke is less effective.
Spitfire Services can supply and fit a wide range of fire doors to meet your individual requirements which will meet the current British Standards.