Endurance Doors has launched a new FD30 fire door, after a two-year research and development programme to create a product solution that exceeds the latest standards.

The new FD 30 fire door is based on the solid timber core composite door from Endurance with the McKinley design initially, with any current colour of slab and a dedicated white Rehau PVCu door frame. Hardware includes the AV2 autolock mechanism, lever/ lever handle, cylinder with a £2,000 guarantee, with options of fire rated urn and slimline urn knockers and letterplate.

The physical testing of the doors was carried out by Efectis. A 39-page test report to accompany the launch is available to download at https://endurancedoors.co.uk/composite-fire-doors.

Managing director Stephen Nadin said: “Our new FD30 solid timber core fire door has been carefully developed to be an outstanding solution. This is particularly important after the government’s investigation into GRP fire doors resulted in identifying issues with the performance of these doors, which has been well documented by the media.


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