The DMS F300 range of fire-resistant roller shutter doors are designed to protect personnel and property from fire. Available in 1.5-, 2.0-, or 4.0-hour protection ratings, they can be operated in a number of ways ranging from a simple mechanical release mechanism to full electric operation interlocked with the fire alarm system.
All fire-resistant doors are LPCB compliant and are supplied with a canopy, smoke seal, and heavy-duty bottom rail as standard. Although galvanised finish is standard, we also offer the option of powder coat finish in any RAL colour of your choice.
Unfortunately, due to the nature and design of these products, we are unable to supply this model of door with perforated or punched lath curtain.
Typical applications range from small kiosks or parts counters to large internally fixed doors with a maximum size of 7,000-mm x 7,000-mm.
from mild steel tube with Helically wound counter balance springs
mounted on mild steel bright shaft, with mild steel bearing blocks at
each end incorporating high speed bearings. Tube and shaft size are
dependent upon shutter size.
electrically operated shutters are CE marked to comply with the
Health and Safety Machinery At Work Directive.
is by one of the following - Spring Assisted, Hand-Chain, or Electric
Motor. Connected to a Fuseable Link.
means of 1/2 - 2 H.P. geared motor complete with rotary limits and
emergency hand mechanism. 3 push button control as standard.
1 phase, or 415 Volt 3 phase (additional information available on
from 75mm wide curved interlocking galvanised steel lath with steel
endlocks and galvanised T section bottom rail.
from 3mm x 63mm galvanised channel for both drop bar and curtain.
Bolted to a continuous 75mm x 50mm mild steel angle.
suit end plate dependent upon size from galvanised 0.9mm sheet.
Slotted for expansion to suit M10 fixings.
standard galvanised curtains, side guides and coil casing, with black
painted angles and end plates. However, to compliment the aesthetics
of buildings, this product can be powder coated to any BS or Ral
- Wiring into fire alarm
- Audio Visual
- Solenoid Release
- Quartzoid Bulb