Industrial doors come in many different sizes and specifications, and we understand the pressure of choosing the right door to suit your specific project. With a variety of different specifications available, as well as different testing standards, there's a lot to consider when investing in an industrial door. From acoustic doors to ballistic doors, our team answer the important questions to help you make the right choice.
Acoustic doors are used in a variety of different settings – in particular, sites in which noise reduction is paramount, such as music venues, or in locations in which noise can present a hazard to health. To help you navigate the standards and specifications of acoustic doors, the Rhino team have answered some frequently asked questions to aid the selection of an appropriate acoustic door for your project.
Ballistic doors are used in an increasingly wide spread of building types. Our team works to provide you with the doors you need, to the standard you require, with the option to enhance the visual appeal of the door too – after the core product has been assembled. Here our team talks through some of the key component parts of designing and building ballistic doors.
In-depth understanding, experience and forward-thinking have enabled our team to create industry-leading blast doors. Here, our team answers some of the most common questions around blast doors and their manufacturing process.
Fire doors find applications in a variety of commercial settings, including within critical national infrastructure projects across the UK and around the world. But how are they made, how are they tested, and what kind of regulations do manufacturers need to adhere to? The team answers these questions, and more.
For customers looking to invest in an NPSA door, the different standards, ratings and specifications can seem complex. Here, our experienced team breaks down the NPSA standard, including the design and manufacturing process, as well as the different levels of protection these security doors offer.