When Beech is steamed it leaves the veneer with a light pink to pinkie brown appearance or hue. In its raw state Beech has a pale creamy white appearance with a fine, even texture and once it is steamed the veneer takes on a darker pinkish hue almost salmon like in appearance. As a result of this colour change its now allows the beautiful natural appearance of this species to be accentuated. It’s warm and natural appearance with its clear colour and fine grain makes Beech one of the most used woods in Europe. Our fire-rated doors are made from three-layer wood particleboard high-performance door conforming to BS EN 312-2 Composition: softwood (Spruce, Pine, Larch) with hardwood (Birch, Chestnut) and sawmill Residue/recycled wood fibre.
FD60 Door Options:
- Large variety of glazed options available.
- A choice of DDA Compliant Vision panels.
- Selection of glass types to suit your specification.
- Machining for locks & hinges.
- Grooving for Fire & smoke seals.
- Factory fitted acoustic drop seals.
- Rebated options available on request.
- Enquire about openings for vents & fire grills.
- Weight nominal 35KG/m2 Average weight of a 1981 x 838 x 44m door is 58KG.
Available in Single, double and hospital door sets, see options (below) for more details.