Walnut Fire Doors

Walnut Fire Doors come both in FD30 and FD60 rated, improving your property’s fire safety. They also suit both modern and period properties, depending on the theme of your interior. There is quite a wide choice of Walnut fire doors such as flush, panelled and glazed. Flush doors are flat, with ‘V’ grooves cut into the face, giving off a panelled effect.

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With Internal Doors UK, the style of your interior will not be compromised. We have a large range of different sizes, both imperial and metric that will match any interior doorway. These fire doors match their conventional counterparts so that you do not have to have different designs in the same are of your home. These ranges now also have glazed counterparts.

Why Fire Doors?

Modern building regulations are extremely strict on the use of fire doors in certain areas. This could be that your architect has specified the use of a fire door in specific areas. It is always a safer choice to separate a room with a source of fire, such as kitchens with stoves, areas with fireplaces etc. This means, if an accident was to arise, the fire door could allow your family with vital extra time to make their escape.

Our fire doors have an FD30 rating provide 30 minutes of time before they will burn through. We also have FD60 Sixty Minute doors if you require these.

What is their Purpose?

Fire Doors protect both commercial and domestic buildings from the spread of fire by isolating it to a certain area of the house, for a longer period of time. This allows extra time for people within the building to escape.

They are a legal requirement for certain buildings, such as commercial properties and flats. But the main purpose of our Fire Doors is to save lives!

Selection and Installation

The installation of fire doors must be done correctly.The intumescent strip is one of the essential elements in a fire door. It runs around the edge of the door where it meets the lining or frame.

It expands in the heat, which helps trap the smoke. This stops fumes from spreading. Also preventing flames from travelling passed the door. This keeps an escape route safe.