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Schüco

Door ADS 80 FR 60, Outward opening

Aluminium Fire protection door system with a basic depth of 80 mm in FR 60

The proven Schüco ADS 80 FR 60 (Fire-Resistant) door system with a basic depth of 80 mm is based on highly stable 5-chamber hollow profiles. It is suitable for use as a door and wall unit for fire protection in fire resistance class EI60 (T60, F60)

  • Tested in accordance with DIN 4102 and EN 1634/EN 1364
  • Single and double-leaf doors certified with CE marking for external use in accordance with EN 16034/EN 14351-1
  • Certificates of resistance to repeated opening and closing in accordance with EN 12400, class 8 with 1 million cycles
  • Mechanical strength in accordance with EN 1192, class 4, with the highest protection against vandalism and frequent excessive use of force
  • Burglar resistance in accordance with DIN EN 1627 with and without panic function
Specification
  • Schüco ADS 80 FR 60, thermally-broken aluminium system for smoke-proof EI2 60-S200C5 fire protection barriers, for outdoor use, with 80 mm basic depth.
      
    Classification report No.:18-002403 in accordance with EN 16034:2014 + 14351-1:2006 + A2:2016
     
    Design features:
    5-chamber aluminium hollow profiles. Special fire boards are used. All corner and T-joints must be mechanical (nailed) and made using reliable adhesive injection technology. Multi-purpose groove for push-in fixing of fittings (locks, security pins, electric strikes, mounting anchors, barrel hinge). In the rebate area of the outer/leaf frames, coated intumescent strips are inserted in the multi-purpose groove.

    The door leaves must have a four-sided mitre-cut leaf profile. Only tested fire-resistant glass and/or infills that are listed in the approval may be used. All fire-resistant glass is sealed in using external and internal EPDM gaskets. Only tested fittings belonging to the system may be used. The units must be installed in accordance with the guidelines of the general building approval. The sill is sealed by a gasket that lowers automatically when the door is closed.
     
    The highly fire-resistant doors must be smoke-proof in accordance with DIN 18095.
     
    Profile basic depths:

    • Outer frame, mullion, transom, leaf frame, sill  80 mm
    • Mullion (reinforced) 140 mm

     
    Profile face widths:

    • Outer frame / sill, bottom 106 / 150 mm
    • Outer frame, side and top 69 mm
    • Mullion 94 mm
    • Transom 94 mm
       
    • Leaf frame (outward-opening) 98 mm
    • Leaf frame (inward-opening) 73 mm
    • Leaf profile, bottom 142 mm
       
    • Outer frame extension 44 mm

    The door leaves must have a four-sided mitre-cut leaf profile.

Technical specification
  • Unique ref.Schueco_door_ads_80_fr_60
  • Collection setSecurity Systems
  • CollectionFire & Smoke Protection
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2021-04-09
  • Edition number2
  • Depth (mm)80
Related
  • Material mainAluminium
  • Material secondaryGlass
  • Designed inGermany
  • Manufactured inGermany
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryDoors - Fire Doors & Shutters
  • IFC classificationDoor
  • UNSPSC nameFire protection
  • UNSPSC code4619
  • Uniclass 2015 CodeSs_25_30_20_25
  • Uniclass 2015 DescriptionDoorset systems

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