Chemolli Fire Systems door, X387 family, with two wooden hinged leaves and wooden frame classified for fire resistance EI1 120 REI 120 according to EN 13501-2:2016 + A1:2009 with resistance to hot smokes according to UNI EN 13501-2:2016.
Chemolli Fire Systems door, X387 family, with two wooden hinged leaves and wooden frame classified for fire resistance EI1 120 REI 120 according to EN 13501-2:2016 + A1:2009.
The family of doors, in the various versions, has passed the test according to the following reports:
Classification Report (Fire) CSI2119FR compiled by CSI S.p.A. on 27/03/2017.
Classification report (Smokes) N.001-2020-CLF compiled on 16/03/2020 from Z Lab.
Door 100 mm thick, with rotating movement on vertical axis, honeycomb cored with internal insulation, structure and rebates in solid wood, covered in MDF. Finished with melamine edge. Frame made of two assembled frames and a solid wood crosspiece with 100×65 mm section.
Installation allowed on masonry or plasterboard walls with a minimum thickness of 150 mm, with fire resistance EI 120 – REI 120. Wooden false-frame to be inserted on the masonry wall, section 25 mm (minimum) x wall thickness, or fir reinforcements to be placed between the uprights of the plasterboard wall, by the customer or direct fixing to the support. Chemolli Firebolt A1 and A2 active hinge bolts to keep the door closed in event of fire. Concealed hinges. Lock equipped with cylinder and panic handle. Intumescent gaskets installed on the frame and on the edge of the leaf and dropdown seal without threshold on the floor. Poplar plywood covering profiles. Rectangular or circular shaped glazing