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FSE is a wholly Australian owned company specialising in the manufacture and design of door systems solutions for commercial, industrial and special purpose applications.

Does your fire door need replacing?

At FSE Special Purpose Doors, our fire doors are incredibly sturdy and made to last as long as possible. However, there will come a time when your fire doors need to be replaced.  If you are unsure about the quality of your existing fire doors, here are five reasons why they may need replacing. A

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Fire doors and building aesthetics

It is always important that your building complies with Australian fire safety regulations. For many building owners, it is also important to maintain the aesthetics of their building. When choosing quality fire doors, you don’t have to sacrifice aesthetics in favour of safety. Read on to find out how FSE Special Purpose Doors delivers stunning,

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The importance of smoke door regulations

Smoke doors are an essential part of any fire-safe infrastructure, as they prevent smoke from travelling between separated areas, buildings and other areas where employees, occupants or the public may be at risk. Adhering to smoke door regulations is an important step in making sure that employees, occupants and the public are protected when there

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Fire safety tips for children

At FSE Special Purpose Doors, we are passionate about fire safety. We believe that is is essential to combine a fire safety plan with the right equipment and knowledge in order to remain safe. It is also important to pass on this understanding to your children so that they know what to do during a

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Making a fire escape plan

With a bushfire crisis currently sweeping across our country, it has never been more important to practice fire safety. One crucial step in ensuring that your home or workplace is safe is creating a fire escape plan. So what is a fire escape plan and how can you make one which will improve your safety

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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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Recognising fire hazards in the workplace

Fires are an extremely dangerous phenomenon which have the potential to destroy property, cause injuries, and even in extreme cases, take lives. While all fires propose serious risks, fires in the workplace can be particularly challenging as there is a larger and more concentrated group of people that need to remain safe. Recognising risks and

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Fire safety checklists for the workplace

It is essential that businesses and workplaces put plans and procedures in place in order to minimise the risk of fires and help in recovering if an unforeseen fire emergency does occur.  Fire and Rescue New South Wales provides information which is helpful in assisting businesses and workplaces in understanding fire safety. Check out the

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