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Product description

In the event of an alarm, self-closing, thermally insulating fire protection closure in the design of a lifting staggered door in vertical installation position and closing direction.

TypeHeat-insulating fire protection closure in the construction method of a lifting staggered door
CertificationCE marking according to EN 16034:2014 in conjunction with EN 13241:2003+A2:2016
Closing directionfrom top to bottom
Fire resistanceEI 30 - EI 120 | tested according to EN 1634-1:2014-03 | classified according to EN 13501-2:2016
Closing cyclesC0, C1, C2 | tested according to EN 12605:2000-08 | classified according to EN 13501-2:2016
Environmental conditionsNot considered are special environmental conditions (e.g. humidity > 80%, ambient temperature < 5 °C and > 45 °C, wind loads, etc.)
Visible surfaces of the housing and guide railsGalvanised | RAL - smooth - silk gloss - standard colour shade | NCS - standard colour shade

Legendary system components:
1 = Smoke detector
2 = Housing
3 = Guide rails
4 = Mounting bracket
5 = Slat
6 = End element
7 = Drive motor
8 = Control with operating unit
9 = Manual release optional (manual release required if the control with operating unit is higher than 1.4 m above the upper edge of the finished floor)


Legal dimensioning:
q = clear unfinished height
x = clear unfinished width
s = system height
r = clear system height
y = clear system width
z = system width
t = depth
t1 = Console
t2 = Space requirement control box ceiling
h = Height
v = Offset between guide rail and winding housing
Guide rail
a = width
b = depth

Size dimensions and system structure

The combination of classifications or the ratio of clear system width to clear system height may reduce the maximum dimensions stated and the dimensions of the housing and guide rails may vary. The specifications on the quotation apply.

ClassificationSize max.* [y x r] in mmFabric/componentWall thickness** in mmCasingGuide rails
EI1 306450 x 6225Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
EI2 306450 x 6225Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
EI1 606450 x 6225Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
EI2 606450 x 6225Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
EI1 906450 x 6225Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
EI2 906450 x 6225Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
EI1 1204300 x 4150Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
EI2 1204300 x 4150Slat240A, B, CTyp 1
C0, C1, C26000 x 5598Slat

The installation situation must comply with the building code requirements of the country of installation. The fire resistance of a ceiling or wall support structure and the adjoining components must at least correspond to that of the fire and/or smoke protection closure/fire and/or smoke protection curtain. Proof of the stability and serviceability of the adjacent walls and components must be provided under general ambient conditions and in the event of fire. See also notes on the standard supporting structure in EN 1366-7:2004 or EN 1363-1:2020. The fire protection system must not be subjected to any additional load apart from its own weight, even in the event of fire.
* Deviations from size dimensions on request
** tested wall types according to the installation instructions


Overlapping lintel and vertical sealing frame with bracket
Typ 1
Suspension of drive shaft with clear structural width > 4500 mm via gallows
Typ 2
Suspension of drive shaft with clear unfinished width > 4500 mm above ceiling
Typ 3

Guide rails

Typ 1