FIRE RATED DOORS

A fire rated door is a door with a fire-resistance rating used as part of a passive fire protection system.

Fire doors must meet the following standards:

Our Fire Rated Doors are specially designed to meet international standards of fire-rated doors. Door shutter is made by cold roll Galvanized steel sheet with a core material. Thickness of leaf will be 40-45mm and the door is provided with door lock, door closure and hinges.

Industries We Work With

A fire rated door is a door with a fire-resistance rating used as part of a passive fire protection system.

  • Public Buildings
  • Residential & Commercial Buildings
  • Shopping Malls
  • Hotels
  • Schools
  • Factories
  • Warehouses
  • Accommodations
  • Healthcare / Hospitals
  • Airports
  • Metro Stations

Fire Rated Doors Testing Facility

SECCOPAK is the only company in Pakistan that has in house testing facility for fire-rated doors. The basic requirements of fire-rated doors are as follows:

Requirements of Fire Rated Doors

Composition of Fire Rated Door

When and Why are fire rated doors a must these days?

Preamble of the BCP Code

Every year a significant number of casualties and injuries occur as a result of fire incidents in the country … In 2015-16, a significant number of people perished by fire with massive loss of material and property apart from creating environmental pollution.

Fire is responsible for lives and untold property damage in residential and commercial properties. The damage can be minimized or avoided by .. Active or Passive measures (Fire Doors) as given in the Building Code of Pakistan (BCP) Fire Safety Provisions – 2016

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Fire Ratings & Our Products

SR. Minutes Class Colours Standard Sizes
1 30 C All Colors Available 3′ x 7′
2 60 B All Colors Available 3′ x 7′
3 90 A All Colors Available 3′ x 7′
4 120 A All Colors Available 3′ x 7′
5 Up to 180 A All Colors Available 3′ x 7′

Frequently Asked Question

Why fire doors?

Fire Doors save lives, to put it simply it is probably the most important fire safety products on your building. It will prevent the fire or smoke from spreading and keep the fire contained to a particular area or room, giving people time to escape and decrease loss of property.

Who is responsible to install fire doors?

Building owners or operators are responsible to take measure to reduce risk as given in BCP. Their legal responsibilities include reduction of risk of fire spreading within the premises. Fire doors play an important part in reducing this risk in most buildings.

Are fire doors mandatory?

Fire doors are a legal requirement in all non-domestic properties, such as businesses, commercial premises, and public buildings. They are also required in multistoried (2+) residential flats and houses of multiple occupancy, as set out by the BCP Fire Safety Provisions - 2016.
For a private separate premises, fire doors are not mandatory. However, it is advisable to install fire doors in high-risk areas, for example the kitchen, rooms having lots of electrical devices, or doors facing outside if neighboring structure may be at risk of fire, or to stop smoke from outside or from attached garage. Another advantage of Steel Fire Doors is that they are strong normally insulated and can also act as barrier against break-in. Steel Fire doors can be painted to meet the esthetic requirements of the architect.

What are fire doors made of?

Fire doors are manufactured in many materials. The most robust and economical fire doors are made of steel, they can be made in ratings from 30 to 180 minutes or more. The doors are painted, or powder coated to meet the most stringent esthetics requirements of Architects. They can also be coated to look like wood. In Pakistan the test procedures manufacturers use is specified in BS 476-22:1987 or BS EN 1634-1:2014.

How to select fire doors?

Fire Doors have to meet stringent international specifications and have to be tested. They can be tested by Accredited Third Party inspectors or better still certified by an accredited Certification Body. The difference is that with testing there is only assurance that the door tested meets the specification, whether rest of production is also same is the user’s responsibility. On the other hand, Certification of door insures that all the supply meets specifications through procedural assessment, quality control and audit. Thus, giving the purchaser peace of mind that the whole supply will meet specification.