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Rei Doors and Fire Doors

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REI doors

Metal fire door, fully galvanised and varnished in RAL colours, with frame on four sides providing reversible opening either to the left or the right. Certified and approved under the following classifications for mounting using anchors or plugs:
REI 60 according to UNI 9723, single leaf or double leaves
REI 120 according to UNI 9723, single leaf or double leavese

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REI fire doors

Metal fire door, fully galvanised and varnished with a base coat. The doors are supplied with counter-balanced self-closing systems and thermal fuse release, guide rails, protective guide-cover guards and labyrinth seals. Certified and approved under the following classifications:
REI 120 according to UNI 9723, single leaf or double leaves counterbalanced
REI 180 according to UNI 9723 single leafa

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REI Vertical Sliding Doors

Vertical sliding fire door in metal, fully galvanised and varnished with a base coat. Supplied with  counter-balanced self-closing systems and thermal fuse release, vertical guide rails, protective guide-cover guards and labyrinth seals. Certified and approved under the following classifications:
REI 120 according to UNI 9723.3

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Panic Handles and Closing Systems

It is extremely important to make the right choice when deciding on which systems to install in order to obtain a correctly functioning panic door, taking into account the direction of opening, the door’s configuration and the presence of any other points of closure.
Almost any type of handle can be installed on single leaf doors without compromising the door’s functionality. However, as far as double-leaved doors are concerned,  it is necessary to choose the items carefully, in order  to guarantee that the door will function properly. In fact, the regulations state that in the case of double-leaved doors with  stop, the main leaf must be able to be opened independently, whereas if the handle of the second leaf is operated the leaves should open simultaneously. In the case of doors with two leaves without stop, each of the two leaves operates independently.