Our louvred steel security doors can be used for a wide variety of purposes, the most popular being for server rooms, boiler rooms, electricity cupboards and bin storage rooms. Our louvre panels promote airflow while maintaining a high level of security for restricted access rooms.
Our steel louvre panels offer 50% air flow, this makes our louvred steel doors ideal for rooms which need a combination of airflow, ventilation and security.
Providing Peace of Mind
Our louvred steel security doors feature 4 secure lift off hinges and a 21 point locking mechanism as standard, the security of your property will be severely improved.
Our Louvred Double Doors are available from 1295mm right up to 1995mm and feature our trademark multipoint locking system, we also offer Leaf and a Half Doors which have been introduced to bridge the gap between our single and double doors.
Customise Your Colour
As with all Latham’s steel doors, this door and its panels come powder coated in white (RAL 9003), we also offer a powder coating service so you can match your door and frame to your surroundings.
Need it Next Day?
All our doors are carried in stock and available for next day delivery via dedicated courier. Ideal for business projects with tight deadlines or when you’re in need of a quick replacement.
What can the louvred steel doors be used for?
Our customers frequently use our louvred doors for plant rooms, server rooms and bin stores, just to name a few uses!
What is the air flow rating through the louvre?
Our louvres offer approximately 50% free airflow. You may need a larger panel depending on the usage and required air flow.
How do I choose the hinge side and opening? (Handing)
Hinge side and opening is always determined viewed from outside. The active leaf (the door which opens first) can be determined as follows:
Example 1: LH active leaf opening out. The handle is on the left door and you would pull the door towards you.
Example 2: RH active leaf opening in: handle is on the door to the right-hand side and you push the door away from you.
See our handy illustration for more information here
How do double doors get delivered?
Your steel double door will be delivered in a minimum of 4 boxes:
2 x door leaves packaged individually
1 x box containing the hinge posts
1 x box containing the head of the frame and the bottom threshold
By delivering your steel double door frame in self-assembly pieces, it reduces the amount of handling of the doors. This in turn reduces associated health and safety risks as the door and frame are delivered in separate, manageable boxes meaning they’re less likely to be dropped causing unnecessary damage to the door.
Please note, delivery is kerbside only. We request that another party is present to help unload.
How do I put together a double door knockdown frame?
For specific advice regarding building the self-assembly knockdown frame for your steel double door, see our blog post
What is the lead time?
Stock Door (white, no modifications) – in stock – 0 days
Stock Door (white, modified e.g. installed accessories, vision panel e.t.c) – 4 working days
Re-Powder Coated Stock Door, with or without accessories installed (not white) – 10 working days
Fast track options are also available
How many keys come with the door?
Personnel doors come with 5 usable keys. Upgraded cylinders come with 3 keys.
Additional keys are available – we have a key cutting machine on-site
See our cylinder options video here
How much do the steel doors weigh?
Double doors weigh on average 110kg*
What are the door sizes? What is the clear opening?
The sizes listed are external frame sizes.
We offer side panels and over panels if you need to add to the width or height of the door. We also offer a cut down service to reduce the height of the door
To calculate the clear opening (when the door is open), subtract 135mm from the width dimension. E.G. 895mm-135mm=760mm clear opening
See the video on how to measure here
What is Security Trim?
The security trim kit fits around the perimeter of the door frame, preventing any packing from being seen externally and making the door as a whole more secure.
It hides un-level or large gaps, hides the position of fixings eliminating the risk of tampering from intruders and crucially protects the fixings from attack.
See the security trim video here
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