Hörmann introduces fire-rated doors
Dubai, November 26, 2013
Hörmann Middle East, a leading provider of doors and gates, has introduced its new fire-rated doors approved by UAE Civil Defence.
A leading industrial, commercial and residential door manufacturer, Hörmann has a flagship showroom in Jebel Ali Free Zone, a fully functional assembly plant and a warehouse in Dubai Investment Park.
The doors which serve as a fire and smoke barrier inhibits spreading of fire and protects life and property by reducing smoke hazards, said a company statement.
Hörmann doors and frames are designed to perform in the most demanding environment. Single and double-leaf doors are available in a matching appearance, remarked Darius Khanloo, the managing director (Middle East) on the sidelines of the Big5 expo in Dubai.
"Our fire-rated doors meet the life-safety requirements in various types of buildings and structures such as high-rise buildings, metro stations, hotels, auditoriums, industrial plants and others. The doors meet all international, national and regional fire safety standards," he stated.
"They are aesthetically superior, factory finished and etched primed to take any paint. We offer a wide range of semi-gloss paint finishes including wood grain doors that offer the elegance of wood with the strength of steel," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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