Traditionally, a fire-resistant door assembly was required to demonstrate its capacity for resisting the passage of flames and hot gases under the conditions of a strictly controlled test in accordance with local building regulations and standards.
Today’s demands on fire doors go beyond such requirements. Depending on its location in a building, the door may also need to have a designated standard of acoustic performance – a typical example being the 1 hour fire resistant unit entry door.
The table below shows approved sealing combinations to achieve a minimum sound insulation of Rw30, fully approved on 60 minute & 120 minute proprietary fire doors.
Please contact Kilargo prior to installation to ensure the sealing system you have selected is approved on your proprietary fire door system.