Steel Fire Exits

Steel Emergency Exit Doors are required for fire escape routes. Tiger Doors Ltd Exit Doors provide the level of security and at the same time the necessary escape solution in the event of a fire.

These single and double leaf doors are fitted into compartment walls to confine an outbreak of fire to the smallest area. They are designed to resist the intense heat applied to one side of the door without excessive distortion, and prevent the ignition of combustible materials in the adjoining area,


The manufacturing process of these doors is quality controlled at all stages controlled at all stages in line with ISO 9001:2000 Quality Standard and is independently audited by the LPCB. The door construction has been tested to BS476 Part 8 at the Warrington Research Centre and obtained the following results:

  • Stability    -  240 minutes (test discontinued)
  • Integrity    -  240 minutes
  • Insulation  -  240 minutes

Leaf Construction

1.2 mm zintec coated sheet steel faces enclose a 40mm inert ceramic fibre insulated core with suitable 2mm steel stiffeners. The total leaf thickness is 43mm. The doors are delivered to site in grey zinc chromate primer for immediate on-site painting by others. The doors can be polyester powder coated any standard BS/Ral colour.

Frame construction

Each door leaf is pre-hung by 1.5 pairs of McGill heavy duty hinges, screwed to the leaf and welded to the 2.5mm zintec coated pre-formed steel frame. The inherent 10mm x 50mm bottom cill member completing the 4 sided frame is designed for flush mounting to the floor.

  • Locks
  • Levers
  • Thresholds
  • Perimeter seals
  • Hydraulic Door Closers
  • Door Stays
  • Vision Panels
  • Louvers
  • Panic Bar/Panic Bolt Release Systems
  • Kick Plates
  • Magnetic Contacts
  • Smoke Detector Operated Release Units


Competitive Packages

We offer competitive packages to suit all budgets. The work is carried out by experienced and dedicated professionals – with every working part of your steel fire exit doors maintained in detail. Nobody can help you to protect your investment like Tiger Doors Ltd

Please note that it is compulsory to ensure that your roller shutters comply with the Workplace Regulation 1992 Maintenance of Equipment, Devices and Systems. To comply fully with current regulations please make sure that the roller shutters are inspected at least once a year!