1930's Oak 4 Panel Unfinished Internal Fire Door

1930’s Oak 4 Panel Unfinished Internal Fire Door



£186.00

Our range of 1930s doors are extremely popular either in properties of that era or to provide a nostalgic appearance to newer properties. This oak door is engineered with solid timber cores overlaid with A grade veneers. Engineered doors are very stable and are designed to limit warping, splitting and small changes in size with the seasons. This fire door version (FD30) is provided unfinished it features a single panel at the top and three vertical panels below for that distinctive 30s look, whilst acheiving fire safety of 30 minutes for areas requiring a greater level of protection – specialist advice should be sought on which areas require fire doors, your architect or local building control officer should be able to help.

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Additional information

Primed

No

Painted

No

Wood

Oak

Fire Door

Yes

Sizing

Imperial

Finish

Unfinished

Panels

4

Thickness (mm)

44mm

Available Sizes

78×24(inch)/1981x610x44(mm), 78×27(inch)/1981x686x44(mm), 78×30(inch)/1981x762x44(mm), 78×33(inch)/1981x838x44(mm), 80×32(inch)/2032x813x44(mm)

Product Era

1920s, 1930s

Product Type

Internal

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