To answer this regularly asked question, one of Safelincs’ fire door assessors has created a short fire door help guide. It lists the main legal frameworks relating to fire doors and offers an easy-to-understand overview of applications for FD30 and FD60 fire doors.
We also have a library of help files in our fire door help section which offers further guidance:
– Fire Door Help & Information
– Fire Door Closers Overview
– Types of Fire Door Retainers
– Directory of Fire Door Installers
– Nominal Fire Doors
– Use of Existing Fire Door Frames
If you have very specific questions relating to fire doors, you can also discuss these on our fire safety forum where fire safety experts will answer your questions.
Safelincs also offers fire door assessments as well as the manufacture of standard and made-to-measure fire doors. We pride ourselves to be able to supply you with everything from information and advice to complete fire doors and all required fire door hardware.
If you would like to speak to our friendly fire door team, please ring 0800 612 4837
Safelincs are proud to announce that they have been invited to become a stakeholder in the Government’s Fire Kills campaign.
The most recent campaign delivered the message ‘Pull Your Finger Out’ to encourage people to check their smoke alarms more frequently.
To support this message in context with the relatively new online fire safety market, Safelincs will shortly be offering all their customers a free service to remind them when alarm batteries or smoke alarms are due for replacement. An additional weekly/monthly ‘have you checked your alarm’ reminder service will also be offered.
Safelincs offer a wide range of smoke alarms and a smoke alarm advice section is available.
Safelincs is aware that in the current economical times, the purchasing of fire alarm tests records, emergency lighting test logbooks etc, is not at the top of the list. That is why we have made a FREE downloadable log book.
The Logbook includes fire safety advice in fire prevention, fire escape, fire alarms, fire extinguishers, emergency lighting and general fire precautions.
Visit www.safelincs.co.uk/fire-safety-logbook to take advantage now!