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Fire rolling shutter doors are a cost-effective way to ensure openings to limit the spread of flames and smoke in the event of a fire. Fire-resistant roller shutters can be used in both industrial and commercial buildings where fire risks and potential are increased. Fire shutters are the structural barriers to compartmentalizing and preventing the spread of the fire. Generally constructed of galvanized steel or stainless steel, fire barriers provide a traditional and robust fire sealing method.
Fire curtains are made of flexible and fire-resistant fiberglass fabric with steel guides & head-boxes. These fire-resistant roller doors are designed to remain open under normal circumstances and automatically close in the event of a fire to prevent the fire from spreading to adjacent areas. Integrated fusible Links melt at 74°C. This means that the fire flap will withstand the fire.
They are constructed from galvanized steel or stainless steel in a variety of gauges, tread designs and finishes for unmatched strength, durability, and style. A fusible link operating at 74 °C automatically closes the roller shutter when a fire is detected. UL recognized brush-type smoke seal meets smoke suppression requirements. The operating system is directly wired for activation by the fire alarm systems or smoke detectors.
Fire rated shutters provide accessible fire protection and help protect property and life. Fire dampers can be quickly deployed if there is a fire hazard in the area. In the event of a fire, roller shutters can provide up to 4 hours of protection. This is twice the duration that fire curtains can provide.