13 September 2019

Schueco Jansen

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A comprehensive range of unlatched, non-rebated, single-acting fire doors is now available from leading European steel specialist Schueco Jansen. These systems offer a solution for every application, including screens and partition walls.

All the systems have a sleek modern look with slender profiles and slim sightlines and all deliver a level of performance that is fully tested and approved. A large glazed central area – a feature that is common across all door types – maximises light transmission and helps to make the new doors as attractive to look at as they are effective in use.

The three systems in the range are Economy 60 in 30-minute [E30] and 60-minute [E60] versions, Janisol 2 EI30 and Janisol C4 EI60. All offer Sa smoke protection and are fully assessed to EN 1634 for both fire and smoke protection.

The Economy 60 door is a 60 mm deep system which is available with either 30-minute or 60-minute integrity-only protection against fire. Flush single- and double-leaved doors, with optional side and top lights, also make it ideal for internal fire-rated partition walls.

Both the Janisol door systems are thermally broken to ensure an excellent level of all-round insulation, an important consideration when sustainability and whole life costs are mandated as factors in the brief. Their design enables them to deliver protection against fire and smoke for 30 minutes (Janisol 2 EI30) and 60 minutes (Janisol C4 EI60). Janisol 2 is designed for single and double doors and partitions.

Janisol 2 and Janisol C4 are elegant 60 mm and 70 mm deep systems perfectly suited for fire and smoke doors with fixed lights. They have a contemporary, light-weight appearance and double-rebate seals. An intelligent fire-retardant filling gives 60 minutes integrity and insulation protection.

In addition, the Janisol C4 EI60 system has concealed closers and comes with the option of concealed hinges as well, providing architects with the ultimate in visual aesthetics as well as performance in use.

Designed to integrate perfectly with Schueco Jansen glazed screens, these Schueco Jansen doors have hinges that have been tested through a million cycles, making them ideal for high-traffic areas in schools, hospitals, offices and public buildings.

Finally, a comprehensive collection of fittings and accessories – including different glazing bead variants, a variety of hinge types and a choice of face-fixed door handles – allow all three systems to be customised to perfectly complement any location.

For further details of the Schueco Jansen new range of unlatched, non-rebated, single-acting steel fire doors, please email mkinfobox@schueco.com

Tel: 01908 282111 or visit www.schueco.co.uk

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