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58 DOORS, WINDOWS & CONSERVATORIES SUPPLEMENT


Door closer enhances high-rise fire safety


British designed and manufactured, Powermatic controlled, concealed door closers are gaining increasing popularity in both public and private housing sectors for use on fire doors in high-rise flats and apartments. The door closers carry the CE mark and have been independently tested and proved to meet the requirements for one hour and half-hour fire doors under BS EN 1634-1. They also offer operating efficiencies that facilitate compliance with accessibility requirements. Available in standard and Free Swing models, Powermatic door closers deliver additional benefits for flats and apartments thanks to the fact that they are totally concealed when the door is closed. This helps retain the aesthetics of interiors and assure a less institutionalised, more homely feel. Concealment also reduces the risk of the door closer being damaged through vandalism, misuse or tampering, which could render a fire door useless. It also means less maintenance call-outs and continued fire safety. For more information please contact Samuel Heath by calling or visit their website.


0121 766 4200 www.concealeddoorclosers.com West Port doors last 40 per cent longer in rigorous FD30 testing


FD30 fire doors from bespoke timber experts West Port have been proven to withstand fires for 40 per cent longer than the legal requirement. To achieve an FD30 rating, products have to hold flames at bay for 30 minutes. Subjected to rigorous testing by both Cambridge Fire Research and BRE, West Port’s door managed to withstand temperatures in excess of 800 degrees Celsius for 42 minutes 7 seconds, or 40 pr cent longer. Ken Mercer, West Port Commercial Sales Director commented: “After the terrible tragedy at Grenfell, fire safety is being talked about more than it has for decades. It’s clear that for far too long, attitudes towards fire safety have been too lax, and it’s the responsibility of everyone in the construction industry to help ensure nothing like this happens again. At West Port, we treat fire safety with the utmost seriousness – and our fire-rated products are among the most robust and reliable in the industry. We treat 30 minutes as a bare minimum, not a target – and because of that, we’re delighted, but not surprised, to see our product perform so well in testing.”


01900 814225 www.west-port.co.uk


THE FINEST TIMBER WINDOWS AND DOORS


PROVIDING TAILOR MADE SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR PROJECT


• Suitable for Conservation Areas and Listed Buildings • Supply Only, Supply and Install, Repair and Refurbish


01344 868 668 www.sashwindow.com We have worked on various prestigious projects, including: St James’ Palace,


The Admiralty Buildings, Clandon Park, The Grove Hotel, and Oxford Wildlife Trust.


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