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  • Enfield Speciality Doors supply non-standard fire doors, fire exit doors, door sets and door frames for interior and exterior applications in schools,...

  • LPD Doors is a UK market leading importer and distributer of internal and external doors including a wide range of solid and veneered hardwood doors in a...

  • Our Fire Doors are available with FD30 and FD60 fire ratings. The Phoenix range of fire doors will suit any situation.

  • Modern Doors Ltd produce and supply an extensive range of internal and external classic and contemporary wooden doors and frames. Customers can choose from...

  • Door Stores Online supply a wide range of interior and exterior doors, fire doors, frames, door furniture and hinges. Our external doors, including oak and...

  • Design and Supply are specialist manufacturers and suppliers of industrial steel doors, fire doors, security doors and sheet metal products. We can offer...

  • Todd Doors Ltd offers a comprehensive range of high quality doors and complementary door linings, architrave and skirtings along with a wide...

  • Guardian Industrial Doors design, manufacture & install industrial doors, fire shutters, energy efficient sectional doors and ancillary equipment. Our...

  • Buildworld is a retailer and supplier of superior quality building materials. Our range of raw materials is vast and spread across many categories such as...

  • Directdoors.com is a supplier & manufacturer of interior & exterior doors, fire doors, door frames and door accessories to trade, joinery & DIY customers...

  • The Ahmarra Group offers bespoke and general joinery manufacture, together with multi-skilled installation services, catering specifically to the UK...

  • Livewire Gates and Doors offer a wide range of high quality, bespoke services for domestic, commercial and industrial clients for automatic gates and doors...

Where to buy fire doors

  • Enfield Speciality Doors - Alexandra Road, Enfield, Middlesex, Greater London, EN3 7EH, 020 3199 5840
  • LPD Doors - Midland Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 2RJ, 0113 271 5151
  • Benlowe Doors - Park Road, Ratby, Leicestershire, LE6 OJL, 0116 239 5353
  • Modern Doors Ltd - AJP Business Centre, 152-154 Coles Green Road, London, Greater London, NW2 7HD, 020 8438 6329
  • Door Stores Online - Unit 5 Headlands Trading Estate, Headlands Grove, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN2 7JQ, 01793 610396
  • Design & Supply Ltd - 13 Pant Industrial Estate, Merthyr Tydfil, CF48 2SR, 01685 350114
  • Todd Doors Ltd - 112-116 Church Road, Northolt, Greater London, UB5 5AE, 0800 633 5050
  • Guardian Industrial Doors - 45 Progress Rd, Leigh on Sea, Essex, SS9 5PR, 0800 783 6602
  • Buildworld – Building & Timber Merchant - 74 Forest Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE5 0DG, 0116 212 3456
  • Directdoors.com - Bay 5 Eastfield Industrial Estate, Penicuik, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH26 8HA, 01968 671 681
  • Ahmarra - Unit 20 Fitzherbert Road, Farlington, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO6 1SD, 023 92 389 076
  • Livewire Gates and Doors - Arlaw Banks, Winston, Darlington, County Durham, DL2 3PX, 01833 627 776
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Is it permissible to use veneer facing up to 1.5 mm thick on a 90 minute steel door. Is there any UN regulation permitting the same without the need of a real test.

Hi Lawrence,

Thank you for your queries.

I strongly advise you to discuss the matter with the relevant Local Authority Building Control

Team (contacts for Local Authorities can also be found on the our website in the 'Construction Rescources' section at the top). However, my investigations suggest that once the door's integrity is maintained, there should be no reason why it cannot be faced with a veneer or paint.

The only issue that would have to be considered would be the surface spread of flame rating of the applied material. Walls and ceilings generally need a surface spread of flame rating. Once the material applied meets this rating, there should be no problem. Building Control Officers that I have dealt with have not usually requested further testing to be carried out on the door but it

is best to check with them directly.

Kind regards,

Debbie Prince - The Construction Centre

What is the easiest/cheapest way to achieve FD30 certification for an external, half-glazed cottage style kitchen door, please? Could I buy an ordinary door and paint it with fire-proof paint, or does it have to be made of fire-proof material? I need to meet Building Control 39;s requirements, and it is proving very difficult to locate a suitable door, especially at a reasonable cost.

Thank you.

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