Thanks to the particular materials used, the fire doors are able to guarantee the isolation of the environments in case of fire by blocking flames and smoke, allowing people to leave the premises in time and limiting the damage caused by the fire.
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REI 120 1 Door Dimensions for Masonry:
L 80cm x P 11cm x H 215cm
L 90cm x P 11cm x H 215cm
L 100cm x P 11cm x H 215cm
L 120cm x P 11cm x H 215cm
Fire door frame REI 120: Made of hot-dip galvanized steel sheet "Sendzimir" system; Seats for thermo-expanding gasket and rebate gasket; Suitable for fixing to the wall with brackets or dowels; Detachable cover for support on the finished floor; Crosspiece to be removed for execution without rebate (except for doors with environmental characteristics); Black plastic strikers for lock latch and bolts; Thermo-expanding gaskets mounted on the vertical profiles of the frame and central vertical profile of the double-leaf doors, to be mounted on site for the upper crosspiece of the frame, mounted above and below the REI 120 leaves.
Fire door hinges: There are two three-wing hinges for each door. A bearing equipped with thrust balls and screws for vertical adjustment of the leaf, CE marked according to EN 1935, classified for capacity up to 160 kg, durability 200,000 cycles, suitable for use on fire doors. One equipped with a spring for self-closing of the door.
Fire Door Lock: reversible with latch and central bolt, CE marked compliant with EN 12209. Insert with patent key, predisposition for European type cylinder.
Control and maintenance of REI 120 doors:
2) despite having installed certified fire doors, you are always responsible for their correct functioning.
This is to ensure:
The standard to be followed for maintenance is UNI 11473-1, which establishes ordinary checks and any extraordinary checks to be carried out on fire resistant doors. This standard does not enter specifically, as each type of door has its own characteristics and components.
It defines, however, procedural aspects and the checks necessary to determine the efficiency of the closure and its components and accessories.
For the installer it indicates how to approach the installation both from a procedural / organizational point of view and from an operational / practical one.
It also specifies which preliminary and final checks must be carried out, therefore it includes all the knowledge, skills and competence requirements of the installer and the maintenance technician.
Subsequently, the control technician is required to check the complete functionality of the fire door, in its entirety. At the end of the check, the service or intervention report is completed and released, and the maintenance card is renewed.
In the absence of maintenance, the door may lose its correct functionality and consequently, not comply with the safety standards established by UNI 11473-1.
Some of the most common problems are:
It is important that all technicians have a thorough knowledge of which procedures and actions can guarantee performance that complies with both the technical regulations in force and the standards of good technique that a quality service requires.
Therefore, a good technician must be able to verify that the doors:
At the end of the extraordinary maintenance, the technician is required to draw up the intervention report and to issue a new declaration of correct installation.
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