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CORRIDOR DOORSET

Our secure ward entrance and cross-corridor doorsets are all FD60 fire-rated.

Door control options

Our anti-ligature concealed transom door closers don’t just address fire containment – they play a crucial role in making sure doors are closed for security too. Plus their internal back check stops the door being slammed or used as a weapon – making life safer for staff.

 

Standard: With adjustable closing power (EN1-4), and closing and latching speeds, the door can be set up to ensure it closes every time, keeping the area secure.

 

Hold-open: The concealed hold-open closer allows doors to be left open throughout the day. However, it also connected to fire and smoke alarms to ensure the doors close to maintain fire compartments.

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Locking options

Designed for securing ward entrances, our corridor doors can be fitted with mechanical or electronic access control locksets.

Electronic
Recommended for for heavy-use doors, electronic locks are quicker and easier to operate than mechanical ones. And our electronic lock is fully concealed in the frame head, eliminating surface mount maglocks and making the entrance less institutional.  

Unlike shoot bolts, where the tolerance is minimal our special pyramid-shaped bolt ensures the lock securely engages even if it’s slightly out of alignment, improving security and make day-to-day use easier.  

Can be incorporated into your existing access control system, or used with our smart platform, providing a real-time audit trail.

Mechanical
Can also be supplied with mechanical locksets.

Explore our range of robust locksets

 

 

 

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Case study: Brockfield House

BROCKFIELD HOUSE, SOUTH ESSEX PARTNERSHIP NHS TRUST CASE STUDY

After a series of repeated attacks, the robustness of ward entrance doors was becoming an issue for staff at Brockfield House. These attacks usually resulted in ironmongery fixing point damage, with locks and closers breaking out of the door and timber frame. Even changing the doors to single-swing with overhead connecting arm closers didn’t prevent regular damage.

To combat these issues, the Trust replaced their cross corridor doors with Symphony doorsets, with robust metal frame, double-swing pivot hinge system and concealed transom door closer. The metal frame provided a solid and secure fixing for the ironmongery on the ward entrance, while the doors’ concealed locks presented no ligature risks. They were also hygienic and stayed completely hidden when the door was closed.

Using a combination of standard and hold-open (EMAG) closers also ensured fire compartmentalisation and made them perfect for practical day-to-day use.  

The result? Stronger, safer and more robust corridor doors that can now withstand repeated attacks.

Learn more about our Symphony doorsets

Case study: Barnet, Enfield and Haringey NHS

 

BARNET, ENFIELD AND HARINGEY MENTAL HEALTH NHS TRUST CASE STUDY

The existing double-leaf corridor doors with surface mounted, scissor-arm closers presented a ligature risk and were regularly over-opened, causing damage.  Plus the leaves were vandalised, requiring repainting.  We supplied extra-wide, single leaf doorsets with concealed hold-open closers — reducing the ligature risk — and used a vandal-resistant PVC facing — brightening the space and minimising maintenance costs.  Three doorsets were removed and replaced in just one day in a live ward environment.

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