Steel DoorsComplete selection of steel hinged security doors and fire doors
HVP's hinged steel doors are custom made to suit an existing structural opening. Our steel door-sets can be manufactured as single or double leaves and are installed complete with frame and sill.
HVP are pleased to offer steel door sets for use as, Personnel Doors, Security Doors, Escape Doors, Fire Doors, etc. They are custom made to suit an existing structural opening, can be manufactured as single or double leaves and are installed complete with frame and sill.
Description Steel Doors
Door Leaves are manufactured from 1.2, 1.6 or 2.0 Zintec steel, double skinned with interlocking seams reinforced vertically and horizontally to prevent twisting. Spaces are filled with either Dufaylite, Rockwool, or timber.
Note: Standard door leaves are in-filled with Dufaylite unless specified otherwise. Normal door-leaf thickness is 45mm, but any other thickness is available on request.
A wide variety of hardware and extras are available on all door sets.
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Steel Security Doors
Security Doors Certified to LPS 1175 level 2
As well as our standard steel doors, we can also supply and install steel security doors with a certified security rating. The LPCB tested these doors and gave them LPS 1175 SR2 certification. This means our steel door-sets resisted an experienced attempt at forced entry using a variety of tools over a period of 15 minutes.
Key features of our SR2 Steel Security Doors
- Certified to LPS 1175 level 2
- High performance sash lock
- Keys and cylinders can be registered to eliminate the chance of key copying
- Double hinge to top of door for additional strength
- Electro-Zinc coated steel for maximum corrosion resistance
- Strong stainless steel hinges with integrated dog bolt
- Incorporated anti-lever cover strip to closing edge of door leaf
- Variety of thresholds
- Choice of vision panels
- Single or double door option
- Available in a wide range of powder coatings to BS or RAL colours
- Also available with panic hardware to serve as an emergency escape door
Steel Doors with LPCB rating up to SR grade 3 and 4
We also supply steel doors with LPCB rating up to SR grade 3 and 4. These steel door sets can resist professional attempts at forced entry using a variety of tools including power tools for even longer times than our SR2 rated door sets.
- SR3 rated door sets have been tested to withstand attack over a maximum period of 20 minutes
- SR4 rated door sets have been tested to withstand attack over a maximum period of 30 minutes
Where to use security rated steel door sets
Security rated steel door sets are ideal for use in various locations including offices, warehouses, and institutions requiring a high level of security.
Steel Fire Doors
Fire Doors tested up to 6 hours
A fire door is a hinged door with a fire-resistance rating. Fire doors are used to reduce the spread of fire or smoke between separate parts of a building. As such, they play a crucial role in a building's passive fire protection system.
HVP can supply and install fire resisting doors with a tested rating of up to 6 hours for single door sets and 4 hours for double door sets (both with optional vision panels). These highly rated fire doors can be used when withstanding a rigorous fire situation is important as well as property protection.
Fire door ironmongery and hardware
With the exception of permanently locked doors, all fire doors must be fitted with automatic closing devices. Fire door closing devices must be capable of closing the door from any angle of opening. They should also be strong enough to overcome the resistance of a door latch. In a fire situation the door closer on a fire door can also be exposed to the fire. It therefore needs to carry a fire-rating equal to that of the door. Our fire doors come with fire-rated closers as standard.
A fire-door will only prevent the spread of fire if it is closed, which is why it's important for fire doors to be kept closed when not in use. Normally a self-closing device will be sufficient, but in some cases it can be inconvenient to always have to keep a door closed. In such circumstances, it's possible to install a fire door 'hold-open' device. Typically, this is an electromagnet that holds the door open in normal circumstances, but releases the door when the fire-alarm is set off or the electricity fails. The closer then causes the fire door to shut.
For advice on fire doors and fire door hardware, please contact HVP.
Below are technical drawings of steel doors. Hover over the images for more detail.
Steel door plan viewDiagram with dimensions of a steel door seen in plan-view
Steel door sectionDiagram of a steel door seen in section
Please contact us for further information on steel doors. We'll be happy to assist.