Following the successful launch of the Db41 in 2009, the Finesse Firesound dB40 recognises the trade preference for a 54mm thick product. Achieving 40dB without vision panels and 39dB with vision panels, this versatile core can be used in both single and pair configurations. The combination of acoustic/spruce lamincore faced with chipboard, provides a stable construction which can be easily further worked and is able to meet the demands of high end acoustic specifications.
Additionally, and after further testing, the Moralt Lamincore FD 30 has again met with success. James Latham is pleased to report that testing in Rosenheim, Germany, to EN 1634-1 2000 has further increased the options to specifiers using Moralt products. This applies to the 44mm thick core and embraces both timber and steel frames.
Benefits include a wide variety of leaf sizes, within the leaf size envelope, of 5m, plus possible single door +OP and 4.8m in double door +OP, latched configurations only, single acting single doors and single acting double doors, square and rebated meeting edges and side panels and over panel-large sizes.
Further offerings include a wide range of glass options, ladder and circular apertures, flush glazing and the use of electronic closers and finger print technology locks.
Bill Blacklock, Panel Products Sales Manager, commented: “The intensive testing now offers specifiers and designers the ability to push the boundaries in door design. We’re also delighted to announce that Moralt has passed the CDTM01 Classification for Service Life and we’re well on course to achieve DD 171 sever duty rating, which means the product will be certified to use in educational establishments, hospitals and a wide variety of public buildings.”
For more information on James Latham, Moralt or the fire and acoustic and testing process, please phone 0116 527 3415, email email@example.com or visit www.lathams.co.uk