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Steel doors and the importance of core structure

When you are choosing the right safety doors for your building, steel often comes to mind as a safe material option. Steel doors have many benefits over standard doors and can offer higher protection than most other options. This is because steel doors have a unique core system. Learn more about the core systems of

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A guide to biothermic doors

Biothermic doors create a gas-tight seal, which work to prevent the flow of gas between various rooms or compartments, withstanding significant amounts of pressure, as well as high temperatures and chemical damage.  Biothermic doors are an essential safety measure for a diverse range of industries. Read on to find out how they work, as well

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Heritage door upgrades: what you need to know

In Australia, we are lucky to have a considerable number of buildings which are of cultural or historical significance and are protected by heritage preservation orders. However, sometimes it is difficult to adhere to new fire safety regulations while simultaneously preserving a heritage building. At FSE Special Purpose Doors, we specialise in upgrading heritage doors

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A guide to acoustic doors

FSE Special Purpose Doors is a wholly Australian owned company specialising in the manufacture and design of door systems solutions for commercial, industrial and special-purpose applications. One of our most important door system solutions is acoustic doors. So what are acoustic doors, what are they used for and what does FSE Special Purpose Doors do

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A guide to radiation-shielded doors

FSE Special Purpose Doors is a wholly Australian owned company specialising in the manufacture and design of door systems solutions for commercial, industrial and special-purpose applications. One of our most important door system solutions is radiation-shielded doors. So what are radiation-shielded doors, what are they used for and what does FSE Special Purpose Doors do

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Vermiculite Fire Doors

In past times, fire doors were heavy, difficult to construct and often made from unsafe materials, such as asbestos. This all changed with the introduction of vermiculite fire doors. Up until the early 1980’s, most fire doors were manufactured either using asbestos boards, fibre-cement boards or mineral fibre as their core. Around this time they were all

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