Category Rules and Regulations

What Is A Fire Resistance Level (FRL)?

Understanding what a fire resistance level (FRL) means is very important in ensuring compliance with the Building Code of Australia.  Fire doors, or fire rated doors, are one of the most important safety features of any building, but what exactly a fire door is can often be misunderstood. In Australia, the National Construction Code dictates that

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Fire Rated Doors – What You Need To Know

Fire rated doors are a crucial safety element in any building. They are necessary to protect both the building and the people inside. Let’s take a look at some of the things you need to know about fire rated doors. In Australia, the National Construction Code dictates that all fire doors must be tested to certain

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A Quick Look at Metal Sheeting For Doors

Metal sheeting is used in the building industry in a multitude of ways. Let’s take a quick look at metal sheeting for doors As the name implies, metal sheeting essentially applies to any metal that has been formed into flat sheets. Metal sheeting is commonly used on doors in a range of buildings and venues, including:

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An Overview: Radiation Shielding for Doors

In today’s modern industries, radiation is being used in an increasing number of ways. This makes radiation shielding and protection more important than ever, especially when it comes to your building’s doors. Here is an overview of radiation shielding for doors Common Radiation Shielding Questions What is Radiation Shielding for Doors? Radiation shielding can be

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Fire Rating Glazing – When Do You Need It?

What happens when you require your glass components, like doors, walls and windows, to be fire resistant and fire rated? Here’s a look at when you need fire rated glazing. In today’s modern times, the use of glass in architecture and construction is becoming more and more common. Designers and clients alike are often eager to

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