External fire resistant doors and windows limit injury or death risk

  • 23 May 2014

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BS 9991 and Approved Document B list the situations in which external fire resistant doors and windows are necessary, including;
• Flats with a balcony or deck or interconnected balconies where the means of escape would require occupants to escape past a door or window of a flat which may be on fire.
• Windows looking out onto external escape stairs or landing within 1800mm of the floor level.
• Windows or doorsets in close proximity to a boundary.
• Flat entrance doorsets and glazed screens on internal protected escape corridors.

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Stocking Lane,
Hughenden Valley,
High Wycombe,
HP14 4ND

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