Fire Door

Fire doors are doors that have high resistance to heat, fire and smoke, prevent fire from spreading to different parts of a building, and can withstand temperatures of 850 degrees Celsius Compositions such as glass, plaster, steel, wood, vermiculite and aluminum are made. Some wood fire door specimens are resistant to fire for up to 20 minutes, and other MDFs can withstand heat and fire for up to 60 minutes.
Fireproof doors are made of 1 or 2mm galvanized steel with electrostatic colored coating that fits into a frame that is 1.5 to 2mm thick in iron. Inside the fire doors that come in single or double laminated doors are filled with fireproof materials such as ceramic wool, perlite and stone wool.