Fixed glazed screens can be provided in many guises, which enables the specifier to meet the design intent in tandem with the fire strategy. A firm favourite is butt jointing, which relies solely on head and base tracks with no glass to glass mullions. If a more structured aesthetic is required, FireStop can be formatted to include vertical mullions and horizontal transomes – this added framing also enables the system to be certified at 120/120 minutes (integrity and insulation) using 58mm thick Planet FireGlass.
01 – Double doors as shown here are on held open devices, that then automatically close doors once fire alarm systems are activated
02 – Fixed glazing can achieve up to 120/120 fire rating (integrity/insulation)
03 – Doors can be full height to ceiling, or utilise fixed glazing overhead as shown here
04 – Double doorset shown, with back to back pull handles. Many other options are available
05 – FireStop framework can be polyester powder coated to any RAL or BS colour
06- Glass to glass joints on EI30 and EI60 glazing can be formed by sleek and attractive jointing
The insulated and thermally broken steel framework of the FireStop system is polyester coated to any RAL or BS colour. Ironmongery options are vast and include lever handles, pull handles and also automatic hold open devices. Manifestation and other design options can be applied to the glass, in order to further enhance the look of the system.
Offering up to 60/60 minutes (integrity/insulation), single, double or ‘leaf and a half’ options are available, in partial or full height sizes. Doors can either be held open, on devices that close in the event of an alarm (ideal in heavy circulation zones), free swinging, or latched closed for added security.