LISTED ROLL UP FIRE DOORS
Model Number: ERD10, ERD11, ERD20 and ERD21
ROLL UP FIRE RESISTANT DOOR SYSTEMS
In the event of a fire, our roll up fire doors are engineered to save lives and protect property by compartmentalizing building areas and isolating the incident. In addition to preventing the migration of fire, it also provide security and access control in wall openings that are not a required means of egress.
These fire protectives provide the opportunity for simple, reliable, fail safe activation that seal the openings at the first hint of a fire.
Fire doors are manufactured to your specifications to seal these openings where rated doors are required by building codes when insurance mandates must be met.
Our fire rated rolling doors are also available with an optional SmokeShield® package. This package adds smoke and draft control which is listed to UL1784, assuring that smoke with be compartmentalized with the fire and not spread throughout the facility.
Our rolling fire door is UL listed, Factory Mutual Approved and listed with the California Office of the State Fire Marshall. They are also listed for fire protection ratings of 45 minute, 90 minute, 3 and 4 hours.
A standard UL labeled fire door is available up to 13.5′ wide by 12′ high.
An oversized UL labeled fire door is available up to 60′ wide by 40′ high or 1,200 sq. ft.
For openings that fall outside of the standard construction, please contact us
Standard Materials and Finishes
Fire Door curtains are available in:
• 22, 20 and 18 gauge galvanized steel:
‒ Exclusive GalvaNex™ finish in Gray, Tan, White or Brown provided as standard
• 20 gauge 300 series stainless steel:
‒ #4 finish
Stamped steel or cast iron endlocks are provided per UL procedure.
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Finish/gauge availability varies. Contact us for detailed finish/gauge availability.
Fire doors can be installed face of wall or between jambs on an interior or exterior wall. Acceptable wall types include masonry, structural steel jambs and drywall construction with structural steel or wood studs.