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Beech Single FD90

Product Information

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.

FD30 Specification:

  • Average bulk density 44mm: 540-630kgs/m3
  • Weight 44mm: Nom 27kgs/m2
  • LIPPINGS: Concealed 2 edges as standard *See options for cut and relips.
  • Finish the veneered doors, as standard, are lacquered to a high-quality finish.

Available in Single, double and hospital door sets, see options (below) for more details.

Optionals

FD30 Rated Standard Doors. We hold a range of light-weight 44mm cellular core doors in stock for use with our 50mm partitioning system (system 2000).

They are available in;

as standard.

As with all of our doors they can be customised to meet project requirements.These doors can be cut and re-lipped for additional colour selections. This door is standard, giving you the options to include;

Certification

The following performance ratings can be met depending on the individual project requirements:

  • Certificated to achieve FD30 (44mm door) and FD60 (54mm door) fire ratings*
  • Fitted with DDA complaint vision panels with laminated glass, in any bespoke size or shape
  • Sound attenuating requirements up to a 46 dB acoustic rating
  • PAS 24: 2016
  • FSC / PEFC

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