Fire doors are essential for protecting people and property during a fire. They use fire compartmentalisation and safety measures to minimise damage.
The higher the rating, the longer they last. The most popular choices are often FD30 or FD60 fire doors.
We manufacture fire door sets and glazed screens for commercial, health, education, and hospitality sectors in the UK.
Types of fire doors
FD30 fire doors
Fire-tested to provide fire protection for 30 minutes. Suitable for low-rise residential properties and office spaces where a quick evacuation is possible.
FD60 fire doors
FD60 fire doors are essential in commercial and industrial environments. These doors are designed to endure fire for 60 minutes.
FD90 fire doors
FD90 fire doors provide 90 minutes of protection from fire, allowing occupants to evacuate safely. These doors are rigorously tested to meet stringent fire ratings.
FD120 fire doors
FD120 fire doors are designed to provide up to 120 minutes of fire resistance, effectively containing the spread of fire and smoke in buildings.
Fire door finishes
Wood veneer fire doors
A classic, natural look for fire doors. The warmth and feel of a natural wood without compromising safety and performance.
Laminated fire doors
Laminate doors are a versatile choice for any project. They can be manufactured in hundreds of different colours.
Painted fire doors
Painted fire doors offer the flexibility of colour and consistency coupled with a high-standard factory finish.
PVC postformed doors
Postformed doors are manufactured in a wide range of colours. Fully encapsulated, impact and abrasive-resistant.
Acoustic doors are designed to reduce noise transmission between rooms.
These doors are soundproof and suitable for settings that require noise reduction, such as recording studios, schools, hospitals, and conference rooms.
The doors usually come as a set along with frames to ensure proper acoustic performance.
20 years in business
Since 2004, we’ve been supplying high-quality fire doors and architectural ironmongery to construction companies, architects, and interior designers throughout the UK.
Simon Traynor, founder of Traynor Williams