Fire-resistant doors – a part of passive fire protection system

Fire-resistant doors – a part of passive fire protection system

Fire doors can be used as a part of a passive fire protection system to reduce the spread of fire or smoke between compartments and to enable a safe exit from a building, structure or vessel.

Solution: high-performance insulation core

Fire doors can be used as a part of a passive fire protection system to reduce the spread of fire or smoke between compartments and to enable a safe exit from a building, structure or vessel.

Because of this, fire-resistant doors demand the highest performance insulation cores, especially on fire break-through most sensitive parts of the doors.

Rock mineral wool has a high melting temperature (above 1,000°C), is non-combustible (Euroclass A1) and is lighter than other materials with comparable fire and mechanical properties.

And Knauf Insulation is a leading European supplier of rock mineral wool core for steel fire doors…

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