Steel door sets offer distinct advantage over other door systems. They offer higher protection against vandalism, fire, burglary and are relatively maintenance-free.
They are more robust than timber / pvc / aluminium and are preferred by many Residential / commercial enterprises for various design options while meeting safety and security parameters. Our general doors have, over the years proved to be maintenance-friendly, long lasting and eco – friendly.
Fire Rated Door
The application and use of Fire Rated Doors is of critical importance in buildings and areas needing to compartmentalize and contain the spread of fire. Steel fire rated doors are used to protect life and property in the event of fire related emergencies compartmentalising fires.
For this, the door must serve as a fire and smoke barrier. Studies have shown that more people have lost lives due to smoke asphyxiation than fire. While the cause of fire could be arson, short circuit, gas leakage or sheer negligence, the range of passive fire doors are designed to restrict their spread and save lives.
These doors can withstand exposure to chemical washing and are designed to meet the most stringent requirements for clean and hygienic applications including USFDA/WHO/CGMP approvals.
Scientific doors facilitate highest standards of hygiene for clean room environment in industries like pharmaceuticals, Bio-technologies, food, Micro Electronics Industries and hospitals. These fully flush type doors available in galvanized steel and stainless steel are provided with a range of indigenous and imported ironmongery in stainless steel.
These door sets can be custom designed for individual project requirements while incorporating special features in addition to the vision panels, ironmongery and wide range of colour finish.
Stainless Steel Doors
Stainless Steel Doors are designed to meet harsh environmental exposure to chemicals, water, steam, laboratories, bottling plants, food processing plants, hospital surgery rooms and all humid environments.
Stainless steel doors and frames are available in standard and custom designs for non-residential construction. They are ideal when design and desired appearance require an extra touch of class.
Stainless steel doors are offered in a complete range of sizes. Special sizes can be made on request
Rail And Stile Doors
Rail and stile doors provide visual appeal and aesthetics with a high degree of design flexibility. These doors find application as office entrances, internal doors, shop fronts, etc.
These doors offer architects design consistency whereby the requirement of doors for the entire building project can be factory finished and prepped with reinforcements to receive similar hardware across the entire project.
Rail and stile doors offer larger transparency with the use of standard rails of 150 and 120 mm.
Acoustic door is essential whenever high sound reduction performance is required between noise sensitive areas. By the Introduction of special linings, seals and structurally bonded cores, a high level of sound reduction is achieved.
These Doors will use for Recording Studios, Theatres and Auditoriums.
Special attention is paid to construction details and the addition of security hinges, multipoint locks, reinforced laminated cores and high security glazing which produces a range of secure door sets that are suitable for high security applications.
The level of protection required will determine the degree of sophistication of construction
Duct / Shaft / Access Doors
Access Doors, also called Access Panels, are useful for providing access to an area that requires some level of protected entry.
Access Doors are used in a wide variety of applications including drywall, plaster, firerated, valve boxes, floor hatches and security access doors. Access doors also include doors for larger installations such as roof hatches, floor hatches and walk through access doors.
Duct access doors are designed to provide convenient, economical access to duct components.
Duct access doors can have insulated door panels, along with the gasket between the door and frame which can assure a tight seal without obstruction the system. These doors are commonly available in either hinged or double cam construction.
An egress door is an exit designed to allow the occupants of a building to evacuate safely during an emergency.
In most countries, egress doors are regulated by local building codes, which stipulate how many doors are required and the requirements for each exit.
In India, most building codes relating to egress doors are based on standards developed by the National Building codes(NBC). NBC Standard BS : 476,Part 20 & 22 stipulate have an egress door should be operated, installed and controlled. The NBC guidelines are based on the building’s function and occupant load, as well as on the presence of hazardous or combustible materials.
A Dutch door or stable door is a door divided horizontally in such a fashion that the bottom half may remain shut while the top half opens. The initial purpose of this door was to keep animals out of farmhouses, while allowing light and air to filter through the open top. Later modifications included doors where both halves can be closed or opened together
Lead Lined Doors
Lead lined doors are constructed using a single layer of sheet lead in the centre of the door.
Lead-lined hinged and sliding doors are designed and manufactured to afford personnel protection from radiations of X-rays / MRI / CTScan / Pet Scans in environments where X-ray/Scans equipment is in use by reducing the level of exposure to an international accepted level.
The doors with centrally located lead sheet lining of a thickness compatible with the degree of exposure from the equipment being used.
Top hung sliding doors
The ‘top hung’ system is most often used. The door is hung by two trolley hangers at the top of the door running in a concealed track; all the weight is taken by the hangers, making the door easy to move.
At each end is a track stopper to absorb any impact made if the door is slammed and to hold the door in the open or closed position. All top hung sliding door gear systems have a maximum weight limit per pair of trolley hangers. When specifying a suitable sliding system the estimated weight of the door is a critical factor, although most suppliers of sliding door gear can advise on door weights. As the door is hung at the top from two points, it needs additional guides at the bottom to prevent it from swinging sideways. The most common type is called ‘clear threshold guiding’, a floor-fixed plastic guide about 60mm wide which is fixed below the door at the mid-point of its run.
Bottom rolling door gear
Sometimes a top hung system cannot be used, as the weight of the door cannot be supported from above; in this case a bottom rolling system is recommended
A bottom rolling system consists of two rollers at the bottom of the door running on a track and two guides at the top running in a guide channel. As all the weight of the door is concentrated on the two bottom wheels, more force is needed to move the door than on a top hung system.