Door parts and accessories
Just to prove that even a subject as straight-forward as door parts and accessories can be approached from a variety of perspectives, here are five CPD seminars that focus on completely separate aspects of door design and use.
Doorsets and CE marking in 2013: The Implications for Architects
This seminar provides an overview of CE marking under the new Construction Products Regulation (July 2013) and its application to timber doorsets.
ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience.
Performance Door Design: The Basics of Sound Reduction
This is one of two RIBA-approved CPD seminars offered by Lorient (the other being The role and performance of fire and smoke resisting door assemblies). Both provide an opportunity to keep up-to-date with all the latest facts about acoustic, smoke and fire containment, including regulations and standards – as well as giving the opportunity to explore practical solutions.
Lorient is a company with a respected reputation for designing and manufacturing a wide range of products for fire and smoke containment. Products are also designed with acoustic, thermal and weather containment in mind, as well as accessibility – so you can be assured that a Lorient system provides an integrated, cost-effective solution.
The Door Dilemma - Issues and Solutions to Self-Closing Doors in the Care Industry
This seminar addresses the issues of self-closing doors in care facilities, the dichotomy of giving residents freedom and mobility while maintaining fire protection.
Constraints, legislation and the seemingly wide range of solutions are discussed. The material is highly relevant to those designing care homes and sheltered accommodation.
Holdfire’s mission is to provide the care industry with safe and reliable solutions to living with self-closing doors. With products specifically tailored to the needs of the elderly and those with disabilities, Holdfire is the only company in its field that is completely focused on the requirements of the care industry. Holdfire systems offer architects and constructors of new build or existing homes the means to comply with fire regulations and provide the best for residents.