“Flame Shutter”

Steel Fire Shutters with 1, 2 & 4 Hour Certification.

1, 2 & 4 Hour Certified Steel Fire Shutters.

1, 2 & 4 Hour Certified Steel Fire Shutters.

Security and fire protection combined – available in one, two or four hour ratings.

The Flame Shutter is an electrically operated vertical fire shutter, consisting of a steel slatted curtain with galvanised steel box assembly and guide rails. The box, curtain, guide rails and bottom rail can be powder coated as an optional extra.

Designed to be a security barrier during normal use and to be closed automatically during a test or an emergency situation. In the event of receiving a fire alarm signal the barrier will perform a powered descent to create a fire resistant barrier.

In the event of power failure the Flame Shutter will close using the battery backup feature. The Flame Shutters design
allows for both face or reveal installations.

Overview:

  • Creates a fire resistant barrier
  • Doubles up as security measure
  • 1, 2 and 4 hour ratings
  • Invisible when not in use
  • Auto-operation
  • Complies with regulations
  • Gravity fail safe
  • Battery back up system

Product Performance:

This product is uniquely capable of providing specifiers with a choice of Flame Shutter 60, 120, or 240 minutes integrity performance in accordance with the standards mentioned above.

Available in three integrity ratings:

  • Flame Shutter 60 (1 hour rated)
  • Flame Shutter 120 (2 hour rated)
  • Flame Shutter 240 (4 hour rated)

Size Limitations:

Min/max width: 800 mm / 7000 mm
Min/max height: 800 mm / 4600 mm

Sizes can vary according to integrity rating and larger sizes require a hood support bracket. Please check for confirmation. Maximum sizes can vary according to integrity rating.

Approved Standards:

The fire resistance performance of shutters to BS 476: Part 22: 1987. The fire resistance performance of shutters to BS EN 1634-1: 2008. The product was tested and approved by Exova Warringtonfire, report no. 312862.

Flame Shutter Specifications

  • Testing & Standards
  • Tested and approved by Exova Warringtonfire
  • BS476: Part 22 1987
  • BSEN1634-1:2008
  • Available in 1,2 and 4 hour rating

Curtain

  • A single skin 75 mm scrolled or 50 mm flat galvanised steel slat
  • Weight: 50 mm flat slat 10 kg/m2
    Weight: 75 mm scrolled slat 10 – 16.5 kg/m2 dependent upon the size of the curtain and integrity rating
  • The product is available galvanised as standard or powder coated to RAL or BS colour at extra cost

Guide Rails

3 mm thick galvanised steels channels 50 mm or 65 mm deep, depending upon shutter width mounted on steel angles for fixing. Available for face or reveal installations.

Bottom rail

  • T Sectioned steel bottom slat
    49 mm high x 74 mm deep

Shutterbox

Galvanised steel endplates welded to the top of the guide assembly, in a flag arrangement with a two piece box assembly. Boxes are supplied in sleeved sections to allow for expansion in 250 mm, 300 mm and 350 mm sizes depending upon shutter height.

Axles

101.6 mm (1.6 mm), 101.6 mm (3.2 mm) 5”, 5 1/2” or 6 5/8” round steel barrels are used depending on the product size.

Finish

Galvanised as standard or powder coated to RAL or BS colours at extra cost.

Motor

The fire curtain is powered using a 240 V AC tubular motor which is supplied as standard with a 2.5 m 4 core cable.

Controls

  • FS control panel with separate battery backup
  • Fire alarm interface relay with separate battery back up

Optional Extras

Localised sensors such as smoke and heat detectors, a range of audio visual devices and emergency retract switches can be connected to the panels using a 24 V DC supply from the panel.

  • Key switch
  • Manual override

Installation

Face or reveal fit to masonry, concrete or fire protected steel with at least the fire resistance rating of the product being fitted.

For Brochure please click here:  http://www.shuttertechnik.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/SeceuroFire-Brochure.pdf