- Viewing can be seated or standing.
- Prism system permits viewer to be up to 2 metres away from the door.
- 120° viewing area.
- Timber Doors up to 60 minutes fire rating.
- Composite Doors up to 30 minutes fire rating.
Prism optics project an image that enables the person looking out to be up to 2 metres back from the door and still see who is outside. A viewing angle of up to 120° enables the user to have a wide view of the outside of the door and whoever is outside cannot see inside because of the optics used.
Twin external viewing apertures enable the person viewing to be standing or seated. The lower viewing position possible with this viewer benefits anyone who finds the standing viewing position problematic, for example wheelchair users or children.
This door security viewer is constructed of quality plastics and is fire rated for up to 60 minutes due to the inclusion of an intumescent strip.
- Suits 35mm- 62mm thickness doors.
- Available in a Silver finish.
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All interested parties, designer, specifier, main contractor and specialist installers should provide access to allow the fire stopping seals to be regularly inspected and maintained, as well as records kept of such maintenance at minimum periods of 12 months, as required by the Regulatory Reform Order, and repaired if necessary. Reference should be made to ASFP TGD 17 – Code of Practice for the Installation and Inspection of Fire Stopping.
It is vital that those entrusted to design or install a fire stopping product have the necessary levels of competence to undertake the task professionally and thoroughly. The level of competency required will be commensurate with the expected complexity of the building. All designers must eliminate, reduce or control foreseeable risks that may arise during installation, construction or maintenance when preparing or modifying designs. Clients should ensure that the principal designer and principal contractor carry out their duties under CDM regulations. The ASFP foundation course in passive fire protection provides essential knowledge as part of demonstrating competency and understanding in this key fire protection specialism.
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