Available in 4 stock sizes, our certified security fire exit door is tested to STS202 BR2 and accredited by Secured by Design.
Our heavy duty construction features 2 horizontal and 2 vertical steel channel reinforcements which ensure an extremely rigid door leaf and double up as thicker fixing positions for the panic hardware.
The integral astragal is formed folding the inner and outer skins back on themselves, creating 2.4mm thickness of steel at the point which takes a crow bar attack.
Supplied in Latham’s white as standard, choose from a wide range of stock colours to personalise your secured by design fire exit door. Alternatively, you can choose a bespoke custom colour.
Our outside access device options gets an upgrade kitemark euro cylinder from standard to assist against snapping, picking and bumping attacks.
This door passed the STS202 BR3 test without the outside access device, but we chose to only certify the door to BR2 for ease of covering both with and without OAD options.
How many keys come with the emergency exit doors?
Fire exit doors ordered with an OAD come with 2 keys
Additional keys are available – we have a key cutting machine on-site
How much do the emergency exit doors weigh?
Budget doors weigh on average 40kg*
Security doors weigh on average 85kg*
Double doors weigh on average 110kg*
Can I order this door opening inwards?
Fire exit doors cannot open inwards. In the event of emergency, the door is made to open fast, by rapidly pushing the push bar down and door outwards
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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