Tyco provide a wide range of Leaf Constructed Fire Doors, Roller Shutter Doors and Smoke Curtains fitted into compartment walls to confine an outbreak of fire to the smallest area. They are designed to resist the intense heat applied to one side of the door without excessive distortion, and prevent the ignition of combustible materials in the adjoining area.
Leaf Constructed Steel Fire Doors
Our versatile range of single, double, horizontal and vertical sliding leaf constructed steel doors have fire ratings ranging from 1 – 4 hours depending on the type of fire risk involved.
They have been designed to meet the highest demands for a pre-painted door for use in a wide variety of applications where fire resistance, security and sound reduction requirements may need to be combined.
Fire doors within the corridors can be retained in the open position using electromagnet catches. In the event of a fire or outside working hours, they are automatically released to prevent the spread of fire.
Fire Resistant Roller Shutters
Constructed from 75 mm wide x 20 SWG curled interlocking galvanised steel laths with steel end locks, these doors have fire ratings ranging from 2 – 4 hours.
They are ideally suited for the protection of large external building access areas and internal building compartment walls to confine an outbreak of fire to the smallest area.
In the event of a fire, any fire resistant roller shutter that has been left in the open position is automatically closed by a thermally actuated thermal link mechanism. When the temperature of the fusible link reaches a pre-determined temperature, it activates, to rapidly close the roller shutter. Fire Resistant shutters are one of the most effective methods of resisting the intense heat applied to one side of a large area door to the other, without excessive distorting and without affecting the fire integrity of the door.
SD3 Smoke Curtain
The SD3 Smoke Curtain is specifically designed for use in large open plan shopping centres, exhibition halls and leisure facilities frequented by large numbers of the general public.
Under normal conditions, the smoke curtain remains unseen. It is mounted in a head box that is contained within the ceiling void.