Non-Fire Rated Primed Raised and Fielded Fire Doors

Product Code: DOOR281

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Non-Fire Rated Primed Raised and Fielded Fire Doors

Product Code: DOOR281

Excl. VAT: £990.00 Incl. VAT: £1,188.00

Availability: In stock

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Non-Fire Rated Primed Raised and Fielded Fire Doors


Non-fire rated raised and fielded panel doors can be manufactured in a wide range of timbers and finishes; ideal for bespoke doors. There are no limitations to the size of glazed panels that can be incorporated where required. This door is for internal use only.


Here at Boardland, we offer a unique service to all our customers and can help you with your door requirements, whether you want it to include frames or linings, vision panels, glazing and Ironmongery. Prices displayed are for doors up to 2100mm high x 950mm wide. Larger doors can be supplied if required. Please contact us for a quotation at info@boardland.co.uk with any enquiries or phone us on 01933 449373.


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Non-Fire Rated Primed Raised and Fielded Fire Doors

Non-fire rated raised and fielded panel doors can be manufactured in a wide range of timbers and finishes; ideal for bespoke doors. 

Our Primed Raised and Fielded Doors are made using Sapele.

Sapele

Sapele is often a darker red/brown toned wood, normally has a wavy or interlocked grain with a fine texture. Some knots and blemishes are present giving this hardwood character. It is a medium strength piece of wood and works well with both machine and hand tools. It does have a tolerable blunt effect on the cutting edge. It can be finished with oil, lacquer, staining, or varnish. Perfect for windows, doors, skirtings, architraves, mouldings and specialist joinery. For internal and external use.

Finishes

Primed

If you choose your product to be primed, it will come to you following our priming process which consists of:

  1. A first coat of primer is applied by spray to the product, which then must dry.
  2. It is then sanded down to entail a smooth finish and is then given another coat.
  3. The product is sanded for the last time and is quality checked by our QA manager.