Our sophisticated thermally broken frameless doors have a European Patent and come engineered for high performance and long service life. As a result, your home benefits from contemporary doors manufactured to the latest performance standards for your peace of mind.
We are proud of the certification and standards achieved by our doors and provide further information of the relevant British Standards.
Thermally broken frameless doors to British Standards
A combination of expert design, sophisticated seals, hidden drainage and other technical characteristics make our doors perfect for the exterior of your home. You can incorporate these doors as part of your new extension and they’re also ideal as a more modern solution to replace your dated patio doors.
FGC ‘Clearline’ glass curtains are CE marked and comply with BS EN 1279:2002 for Glass in Buildings Insulating Glass Units.
U value 1.4 as pass BS: Chilt/P08098, passed 11th September 2008.
BS 6375 Part 1, 2004, performance of windows and doors – Part 1: Classification for weather tightness and guidance of selection and specification.
The following results were achieved:
|Test Standard||Classification Standard||Result|
|Air Permeability||BS EN 1026:2000||BS EN 12207:2000||600Pa (Class 4)|
|Water Tightness||BS EN 1027:2000||BS EN 12208:2000||100Pa (Class 3A)|
|Wind Resistance||BS EN 12211:2000||BS EN 12210:2000||800Pa (Class A2)|
Exposure Category: BS 6375 Part 1: 2004 800.
The above tests mean that your new thermally broken frameless doors meet the required standards applicable to exterior quality doors. They come tested for air leakage, water tightness and wind resistance. The results demonstrate a high performance product designed to resist the rainy and wintry winter weather, protecting your home.
Contact us for further information on our British Standards.