Janisol steel and stainless steel doors

The high resistance of steel and stainless steel meansthey are perfect for heavily visited buildings such as schools, hospitals, sports centres and the like. Stainless steel adds a graceful look and reduces maintenance to a minimum. Janisol stainless steel is therefore the right choice for shopping malls, railway stations, banks and hotels.

Materials/surface finishes

  • Uncoated or strip-galvanised steel, suitable for powder coating or stove-enamelling
  • Stainless steel 1.4401 (AISI 316) or 1.4301 (AISI 304) (smoothed on request)

Element types

  • Single and double steel doors, with or without side panels and transom windows, inward- and outward-opening
  • Single and double stainless steel doors, with or without side panels and transom windows, inward- and outward-opening
  • Sheet metal clad steel doors with or without vision panels
  • Anti-finger-trap door

Equipment

  • Steel and stainless steel hinges for welding or screw-fitting
  • Integrated door closers
  • Designer glazing beads
  • Emergency locks and panic push-bars

Special technical features

  • Installation depth 60 mm
  • Special geometries (semi-circular tops)
  • Structural glazing leaf as special solution
  • Pivot door made of steel or stainless steel as special solution
  • Janisol anti-finger-trap door

Test certificates

  • CE marking in accordance with product standard EN 14351-1
    • Tightness against heavy rain up to class 4A
    • Air permeability up to class 4
    • Resistance to wind load up to class C4/B4
    • Airborne sound insulation up to Rw 45 dB
    • Coefficient of thermal transmittance UD > 1.5 W/m2K
  • Shear bonding in accordance with EN 14024
  • Durability in accordance with EN 12400 class 8
  • Burglar resistance in accordance with EN 1627 up to RC (WK) 3
  • Bullet resistance FB 4-6
  • TRAV
  • Emergency exit door in accordance with EN 1125 / EN 179
Janisol steel and stainless steel doors
Janisol steel and stainless steel doors

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