BIFENIX 60 CL Double Swing Fire Door

The Bifenix fire door is characterized by a flush closure to the frame and concealed hinges, seamlessly integrating advanced security and sophisticated design. Certified according to EI 60 or EI 45 standards, this interior solution ensures superior fire protection while maintaining refined aesthetic elegance.

Ideal Applications

  • Residences: Security and style for your home
  • Hotels: More comfort for your guests
  • Offices: A sophisticated option for safe professional environments
  • Commercial Structures: Protect your commercial premises with a reliable and elegant door

The main characteristics

Flush Closure for Optimal Safety: The flush meeting stile to the frame ensures a hermetic closure, effectively contributing to the preservation of fire compartmentation. Elegant and Secure Hinges: Concealed hinges not only provide a clean aesthetic but also enhance security by eliminating external vulnerability points. Fire-Resistant Certification: The Bifenix door is certified according to EI 60 or EI 45 standards, ensuring excellent fire resistance and contributing to maintaining a safe environment. Guaranteed Quality: Made with high-quality materials, the Bifenix door follows strict safety standards, ensuring reliable performance over time. Elegance in Design: In addition to its excellent performance, the Bifenix door stands out for its elegant design, characterized by a smooth surface and clean lines that add style to any space. Customizable Acoustic Versions: With options from 34dB to 47dB, the Bifenix door offers various acoustic versions to meet the specific sound insulation needs of your environment. Double Door for Greater Flexibility: Opt for convenience and flexibility with the double door version, ideal for larger spaces. Glass Window for Safe Brightness: Add natural light and modernity to your environment by choosing the version with a glass window, without compromising safety.

The arrangement of anchoring points on panic hardware systems varies depending on the type of handle and the number and size of the doors. They can be located on the door itself or on the floor, depending on the specific characteristics of the system.

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