Life Saving, Compliant, Aesthetic
The correct fire door can save lives.
Failure to meet regulations can result in legal action, a prison sentence and/or a heavy financial penalty. Incorrect specification, non-compliance or incorrect fitting can result in loss of life, severe property damage and loss of corporate reputation.
The most recent figures from the Fire and Rescue Service (FRS) and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) show that they attended a total of more than 200,000 fires in one year, where there were a combined 391 fatalities and 4,606 non-fatal injuries.
Appropriate certified internal doorsets are a vital element in the provision of safe egress in the event of fire. Hall and Tawse fire doorsets frequently exceed the required fire standards for your projects giving you the assurance from project conception to building occupation that adequate protection is in place. Our fire door assemblies create a compartment to contain fire and our fire certification covers the complete door assembly including door leaf, frame, intumescent materials, ironmongery and glass.
Our comprehensive experience covers all accommodation sectors including hospitals, schools, offices, hotels, churches, institutional buildings, leisure centres, student and key worker housing.
We manufacture certified doorsets from FD30 through to FD120 in a wide selection of aesthetically pleasing finishes. Our in-house finishes include:
- Veneer (All available FSC species)
- Laminate (Solid Colour, Woodgrain & Specialist Pattern)
- Paint-grade (To any requested colour)
- Fully Encapsulated (PVC)
Our project managers work closely with your specifiers to design and select the correct product for your specific needs. As we manufacture all our doorsets at our own production facility, we can guarantee exacting quality and tolerance standards. Each project is provided with a fire certificate for your O & M and in-house records. You can also be assured that our doorsets are environmental too.
Ultimately, the correct choice of certified doorsets and components can save lives.