Cleanrooms

Fire-resistant turning dooR

FIRE-RESISTANT TURNING DOOR

FIRE-RESISTANT TURNING DOOR

The fire-resistant metal turning door is, together with the metal doorframe, one of the basic elements for the building of cleanrooms and facilities with required increased limitation of fire spread, upon maintained maximum sterility, hygiene and simple maintenance.

The single-wing door is provided with a fire-resistant lock and fire-resistant handle. For double-wing door, the fixed wing is provided with a top and bottom door-latch.

A door wing may be full or glazed, using the PHARMA system, which is a both-sided glazing, where the outer glass panel is flushed with the door wing surface; the intermediate space is fitted with safety fire-resistant glass.

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION

  • Door-wing coat and doorframe

- to be cleaned and disinfected by common cleaning agents, in relation to surface treatment

  • Glass door fill

- to be cleaned by common cleaning agents for glass fills

- acids, thinners, and other chemicals not to be used

  • Steel door hinges

- grease to be applied and possible setting of the hinge to be performed (every two months)

  • Door check

- every two months, or upon need, closing speed, closing force to be set by the setting screws

  • Door with sealing rail

- the space in front of the door to be maintained clean, without solid particles that could cause jamming or damage of the sealing rail

  • To secure permanent quality of the surface treatment, the steel door, with the RAL design, may not be subject to the relative humidity higher than 60%