R30 Fire Door System – Solid Core Maintenance Free Fire Door System
The R30 Fire Door System -FD30 is a maintenance free, Third Party certificated doorset. It has been Firetested, smoke tested, weather tested, security tested (PAS24) and endurance tested.
The R30 Fire Door System results from a journey of listening. A journey that started by listening to the wish-list of a highly respected London Housing Association with a 40,000 plus property portfolio. Architect led, the Housing Association asked for a fire rated doorset designed to assist the less able using the Rutland door closer with slide arm and controlled closing and latch action. The door closer was to be fitted overhead out of reach of children’s fingers to reduce risk associated with finger trap injuries. The entire doorset must be fire tested using multipoint locks, and identical doorsets security tested to PAS 24. The system must be low maintenance due to limited budget, and returning to the days of decorating costs associated with painted doors and frames was not an option. This wish-list is now reality with the R30 Fire Door System.
After extensive investment in excess of £500,000 you can rely on a system that is tested to the limits. EN 1634 fire tested dual orientation, PAS 24 security, smoke and performance – Rutland are committed to raise the bar with a system underpinned by UKAS approved third-party certification.
If you’re the responsible person under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order and likely to be held accountable, this reliable system provides due diligence to help you demonstrate best practice. In short, designed to help you sleep at night. Rutland Fire Door System gives consistency in fire safety and security.
Approved Document L (ADL) provides guidance on how to meet the building regulations on the conservation of fuel and power. The Rutland R30 solid timber core door leaf and R30 solid timber core frame assembly is tested in accordance with BS EN ISO 10077-1:2017 and meets U-Rating requirements for external front entrance doors on existing dwellings of under 2.0W/m²K and 1.8 W/m²K for new build dwellings.