No matter what requirements have to be met, we have a suitable solution. This also applies to the new product standard EN 16034, which came into effect at the beginning of November 2019. In order to comply with these requirements we developed a new door system. No matter which fire protection sliding door you need: Our range offers solutions for all eventualities. You always benefit from first-class materials, precise workmanship, a long service life - and now, of course also from safety standards that are recognised throughout Europe. Also the door elements of the version fire protection sliding door EI290 offer something new: The door elements no longer haveto be sealed. This allows not only faster assembly but also entails a visual advantage.

  • 1- and 2-leaf
  • With ce-lable
  • Optionally with glazing
  • Optionally with wicket door
  • Opens towards the right or left
  • Door elements no longer have to be sealed

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Our innovations are your advantages.

To ensure that our fire protection sliding doors do not only meet the highest safety requirements and design demands,but also meet the new European directives, we optimised our products accordingly. The fire protection sliding doors are equipped with a completely new tubular system, that conceals door technology (including fastening elements and locking system) entirely behind the fascia panels. Thanks to this new system, the doors are not only particularly easy to install and maintain, but also score with an attractive appearance. The new lower guide rail enables concealed mounting of the guide roller so that the door leaf guide is not visible. Since the guide roller is screwed to the counter feed, the position is predetermined, which prevents possible assembly errors. Further, there is no screw connection into the floor required.

New tubular system

Suspension/feed for fascia panel

llustration/view of lower guide

  • Teckentrup Piktogramm_Brandschutz

    as per EN 1634-1

  • Teckentrup Piktogramm_Rauchdicht

    as per EN 1634-3

* with supplementary equipment