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T30 fire-resistant door

Teckentrup T90 fire resistant door double leaf

Teckentrup fire-resistant doors 

In the event of fire, the primary goal is to protect people from the flames and prevent the further spread of the fire. Take advantage of our decades of experience in this area. Our fire protection doors guarantee the stability required by lawmakers and meet, at the same time, the highest demands for aesthetics and burglary protection, as our evidenced by our T30 all-glass door, for example.


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T30 fire-resistant door

Do you need a fire-resistant door to equip your building complex in accordance with the current safety regulations and with your personal requirements? Then allow our range of fire-resistant doors convince you and find one that perfectly suits your required function, size and building design. Prevention and containment: These are the two keywords of optimal fire protection. Teckentrup has for decades now been an expert partner in the field of structural fire protection. Benefit from our experience and invest in your safety with by acquiring a fire protection door!

In building complexes, especially within industry, the occurrence of fires can never be completely excluded. It is important to rely on efficient fire protection with fire-resistant doors, thus preventing the development and spread of destructive fires. As an expert partner in securing your building, we are here to assist you and advise you on door selection, since our fire-resistant doors cover a number of different requirements depending on the fire risk and fire load.

All fire-resistant doors are subjected to fire testing in accordance with EN 1643-1 and must endure an oven temperature of approx. 1,000 degrees Celsius for 30, 60 or 90 minutes. During this time, a specific limit temperature on the side facing away from the fire cannot be exceeded, and no flames are to penetrate through the door leaf or frame of the fire protection door. Depending on the time reached, the doors are then classified as T30 (fire-resistant), T60 (highly fire-resistant) or T90 (fire-proof) doors.

T30 all-glas door
T30 fire resistant door

Fire-resistant doors protect people from flames and prevent the further spread of fire and smoke.

Teckentrup T30 fire-resistant door

Double leaf fire-resistant doors are often installed in buildings where a lot of people have to use the doorway.

Teckentrup T30 fire resistant door

Fire-resistant doors separate different public areas from each other and secure by this the escape pathes and the emergency routes.

T30 all-glass fire resistant door

T30 fire resistant door

Doors for more security 

The implementation of a fire-resistant door can mean the proverbial thumb on the scale in serious situations. It combines numerous decisive functions such as automatic closure, the stoppage of flames, and resistance to high temperatures over the specified minimum time. Ideally, the spreading of highly toxic fumes is inhibited at the same time. Constant quality inspections within the framework of DIN ISO 9001 guarantee the highest production quality, reliability and a long product life. A fire-resistant door must be self-closing so that it can reliably stop a fire. Fire-resistant doors close independently using either the spring hinges (pre-tensioned hinges) or, more conveniently, the door closer.


If the T30 fire-resistant door is to normally remain open, the door closer can be coupled with a hold-open device that ensures that the door will close automatically in the event of fire. The Teckentrup fire-resistant door is used in many places in industry, trade and commerce, but also in all private, public and industrial areas. Single-family homes and large apartment buildings also enjoy the protection of our T30 doors, along with clinics, cinemas, businesses, offices, parking garages, and schools. By the way: One of our fire-resistant doors will also suit the look you want to create in addition to your purely functional requirements. In particular, the FSA Teckentrup 62 series combines future-oriented details like less wear and efficient installation with attractive design.

References/Case studies

Hotel Radisson Red Cape Town

Radisson Red, Cape Town

Tourism booms worldwide, especially in popular destinations. New hotels spring up everywhere like mushrooms! This can be seen on the other side of the world too: in Cape Town, at the thrilling port metropolis at the foot of Table Mountain, the Rezidor Hotel Group opened, under the new “Radisson Red” label, a high-profile 4-star hotel with a modern interior.
Elbe Philharmonic Hall

Elbe Philharmonic Hall

In a building such as the Elbe Philharmonic Hall first-class products are not only installed where they are visible and aesthetics matters but everywhere. In a concert hall with an auditorium capacity of up to 2.100 spectators the escape routes for instance require time-consuming planning. In such a superlative building interior design in every detail counts. Thus the doors are chosen due to their functionality and due to their aesthetic criteria: Fire protection and smoke protection have to be harmonised with the creative claim of a flush view.
Colditz Castle

Colditz Castle

The recently renovated 'schloss Colditz' in Saxony, Germany is a great example of how to reconcile the often conflicting demands of historic preservation and fire-protection. For example, many of the passageways have been fitted with the Teckentrup T30 all-glass doors, which combine functionality with aesthetics and maximum transparency.