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High-End Fire Doors: What Are Your Options?

If you’re looking for an elegant solution for ensuring your building complies with Australian fire safety regulations, there are many high-end fire door options to choose from.  Providing the safest environment possible for a building’s occupants is of utmost importance for any architect or builder and implementing quality fire doors is a great solution here. However, aesthetics

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An Overview of Warehouse Doors

Warehouses are multifarious spaces that may require special purpose doors to suit certain needs. Let’s take a look at the options available. All buildings have different requirements when it comes to the types of doors they need, and the way these are configured. Warehouses are multifarious spaces and may require a range of different doors to

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Bespoke Fire Doors: What Are Your Options?

Bespoke fire doors are different from your standard fire doors. From acoustic treatment to radiation shielding to decorative veneers, here are your options. Fire doors are an integral part of every building’s fire protection model. They are a standard safety feature in every building, yet while each door will have its own characteristics (size, thickness,

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An Overview of Blast Doors

For buildings that require heavy-duty protection against forced entry, weaponry assaults, and explosions, blast doors (also known as blast-proof doors) are an excellent choice.  All doors can serve as a barrier to ward off unwanted entry if necessary, however, some environments require more stringent security measures to be put in place. In some circumstances, blast doors

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An Overview of Cavity Doors

Cavity fire doors are an excellent option for buildings with large passageways that have high foot traffic, such as hospitals or warehouses. Take a look at the options available.  Every building requires fire doors, and for most spaces, standard fire-rated door sets are a. However, some environments require more specialised configurations. For those with strict spacial

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Architectural Fire Doors: What Are Your Options?

Looking for a more elegant solution when it comes to your fire doors? Architectural fire doors are an excellent option for high-end environments. Take a look at the options available.  Providing the safest environment possible for a building’s occupants is of utmost importance for any architect or builder. However, aesthetics are also very important in many

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The Key Requirements of Hotel Room Doors

Fire safety, security and acoustic treatment are the three most important requirements of hotel room doors. These ensure the comfort and wellbeing of patrons.  When it comes to hotel or motel doors, there are several specific requirements that will have a significant impact on the satisfaction and wellbeing of patrons. When choosing hotel room doors, all

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A Quick Overview of Steel Fire Doors

Fire doors with steel sheeting offer superior fire protection, hygiene levels, and soundproofing. If you’re looking to purchase steel fire doors, give us a call today. Quality standard fire doors are an excellent product and an essential part of any building’s fire protection model. However, sometimes a standard fire-rated door set may not meet all

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An Overview of X-Ray Doors

For spaces that use x-ray machines, it is extremely important that the doors are radiation shielded. Here’s a helpful overview of x-ray doors. Healthcare facilties present very specific requirements when it comes to doors. Not only must they offer superior levels of fire protection and hygiene, and meet the traffic needs inherent to healthcare spaces,

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Fire Doors

Quality fire doors are extremely important in ensuring your building and its occupants are protected in the event of a fire. FSE Special Purpose Doors specialise in the manufacture and design of door system solutions for commercial, industrial and special purpose applications. Fire doors are an essential part of any building’s fire protection model and

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