A fire escape door is usually installed in the emergency exits of buildings to reduce the spread of fire and smoke between separate compartments. The emergency fire exit door will remain closed or automatically close in an emergency upon the sounding of a fire alarm that would protect people from smokes.
Fire Exit Door
Xinyi Security Fire Exit Doors
Honey Core, Mineral rock wool, polyurethane core.
Fire rated time
1 hour up to 3 hours.
Min. Thickness 45mm
Maximum fire exit door size is (2530x2530mm)
Door leaf sheet
22 Ga. - 18 Ga. (0.8/1.0/1.2 mm)galvanized steel/cold roll steel
Door frame sheet
16 Ga. - 14 Ga. (1.5mm-2.0mm). cold roll steel/galvanized steel
Door leaf and frame powder coated finish.
115mm - 240mm
Swing Inward / Outward
RAL color system, could be customized as well.
Lock,handle,hinges,door closer,panic bar and other as requested.
UL listed lite frame. (UL Number: 39534)
Fire proof and thermal insulation.
building project, business, home decoration(Office, hotel, church, home etc.)
Inside:PE paper , Outside: double layers carton box and wooden pallets.
Similar to other fire-rated doors produced by Xinyi, these fire exit doors for sale can also withstand the extreme heat of fires
Have a closing device and latch
Similar to the double fire exit doors produced by Xinyi, this fire exit door series also comes with a panic lock
Better insulated and longer lasting than wood doors or figerglass doors
Yes, fire exit doors typically need to be fire-rated. The purpose of a fire-rated door is to help prevent the spread of fire, smoke, and toxic gases between different areas of a building. Fire-rated doors are designed and tested to resist fire and high temperatures for a certain period of time, which allows people to evacuate the building safely in the event of a fire.
Fire codes and regulations vary by jurisdiction, but in most cases, fire exit doors are required to be fire-rated and equipped with appropriate hardware and signage. The rating of a fire door is determined by the amount of time it can withstand exposure to fire, and the door must be installed properly to ensure that it functions as intended. It is important to consult with local building codes and regulations to determine the specific requirements for fire exit doors in your area.
Fire exit doors should generally not be locked, as they are intended to provide a safe and quick escape route in case of an emergency. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. For example, fire exit doors can be locked from the outside in certain circumstances, such as when the building is unoccupied, to prevent unauthorized access. Additionally, fire exit doors can be equipped with panic bars or other types of hardware that allow them to be easily opened from the inside in case of an emergency, while still remaining secure from the outside. It is important to consult with local fire and building codes to determine the specific requirements for fire exit doors in your area.
No, you should not use a fire exit as a normal door. Fire exits are specifically designed and labeled for use as emergency escape routes in the event of a fire or other emergency situation. Using a fire exit as a regular entrance or exit can obstruct the path of those who may need to use it in an emergency, potentially putting lives at risk.
Additionally, fire exits are often locked from the outside to prevent unauthorized entry and keep them clear for emergency use. If you use a fire exit as a regular entrance or exit and it becomes locked or obstructed, you may not be able to escape in the event of a fire or other emergency.
It is important to use designated entrances and exits for regular use, and to keep fire exits clear and accessible for emergency use only.