Aluprof aluminium fire screen system

New aluminum fire screen system from Aluprof

  • 3 Feb 2016

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Aluprof has announced the launch of its new MB-60E EI aluminum fire screen system

Offering a slim 60mm frame depth and polyamide thermal breaks, the company’s MB-60E EI system is suitable for both internal and external applications.

The system boasts a fire resistance class of EI15, or EI30 according to DIN EN 13501-2 + A1. It joins Aluprof’s existing range of windows, curtain walling systems, screens and doors, which hold similar credentials.

MB-60E EI aluminum fire screen system

Aluprof provides specification flexibility: the fire screen system can be supplied with a glazing thickness of between 5 to 41mm. It can be manufactured up to 2,300 x 1,300mm in size per door leaf.

The door sets can also be manufactured with fixed lights and opening, single or double doors to create screen assemblies. They offer complete compatibility with Aluprof’s ‘MB’ systems.

Aluprof UK
Unit A5
Altrincham Business Park
Stuart Road
WA14 5GJ

(0044) 161 941 4005

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