Sliding Fire Door

60 / 90 / 120 / 180 / 240
The sliding fire door is ideal for optimizing spaces

Its operation can be manual, semi-automatic or automatic, the most common being semi-automatic, whose closing is guaranteed by a counterweight acting on the leaf.


The sliding fire doors are designed for the closing and sectorization of large openings, both in the always open position and in intensive use. Its operation can be manual, semi-automatic or automatic. Closing guaranteed by a counterweight acting on the leaf (*). When the alarm signal emits an impulse to the electromagnet (24 VDC) or the thermal fuse reaches a temperature of 68º C, the door is released and is dragged by the counterweight, leaving the door totally closed and with the action of the fire, the intumescent gasket installed in the smoke-tight labyrinth expands around the perimeter of the door, sealing it.

*) Exceptionally in semi-automatic and automatic operation, the closing is guaranteed by a UPS.


Fire resistance of 60 and 90 minutes in accordance with standards EN 1634-1

ISO 9001 certified


Pre-lacquered steel sheets (0.6/0.8 mm thick) forming 1150 mm wide tongue and groove panels

Filled with high density rock wool of 145 kg/m3 closed at the edges by a special 3 mm thick U-shaped profile.

Inlaid handle with pull handle.

Bottom guide by means of a skid concealed inside the profile.

Counterweight connected by steel cables to the electromagnet with disconnection button to allow manual opening and closing, or thermal fuse.

The semi-automatic or automatic operation of the door consists of motor, electronic control panel, opening and closing push buttons, photocell and all the necessary elements for a complete installation.


High quality and durable top hanger made of galvanized material, in three different sizes depending on the weight and size of the door. Installed according to the characteristics of the opening. Roller mounted on ball bearings.

standard equipment

Guide support for wall or slab anchoring.

Electromagnet or thermal fuse.

Counterweight box.

Pre-lacquered panel.

Door position always open.

Galvanized perimeter U.

Galvanized cover box


Speed regulator - maintains constant closing speed

Shock absorber - cushions and adjusts the closure.

Electromagnet - 24 VDC electric retainer UNE CE 1155

Thermal fuse - thermal retainer up to 68º C .

Motor - automatic or semi-automatic.

Wicket door - inscribed in the sliding leaf.

Guide covers .

Counterweight opposite the locking post .

Stainless steel finish.

Door in intensive use.

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    Frequently asked questions on RF60 fire doors

    1What is an RF 60 door?
    An RF 60 door is a specialized type of door designed to be fire resistant for 60 minutes. The Asturmadi’ s doors are built with galvanized steel and with different types of fireproof materials and are designed as barriers that compartmentalize the spaces and allow time for evacuation and intervention of emergency services, both in commercial and residential buildings.
    2Where should RF 60 doors be installed?
    RF 60 doors must be installed in strategic locations within a building to ensure safety in the event of a fire. They are installed in emergency exits, hallways, stairs of a building and areas that connect different sections of the building
    3What are the key features of an RF 60 door?
    The main feature of RF60 doors is the thermal insulation property to prevent fire from spreading to other areas of the building. They have a fire-resistant core such as rock wool, intumescent gaskets around the frame and special hinges that allow them to function in high temperature conditions.
    4Why are RF 60 doors important in fire safety?
    RF 60 doors play a crucial role in fire safety systems by delaying the spread of fire. It allows additional time for people to evacuate a building and for emergency teams to intervene, limiting damage caused by fire.
    5How are RF 60 doors installed and maintained?
    Proper installation and regular maintenance are essential to ensure that RF 60 doors operate effectively in the event of a fire. Doors should be installed by professional’s technician and following the manufacturer's recommendations. Maintenance must be carried out regularly to keep all the elements of the door in good condition.

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    Frequently asked questions about sliding fire doors

    1What are the main characteristics of a sliding fire door?
    The sliding fire doors are designed to move laterally, optimizing space and allowing efficient access. In addition to their firewall function, they offer easy installation and maintenance.
    2What advantages do sliding fire doors offer compared to conventional ones?
    Sliding doors are ideal for areas with space limitations as they do not require turning space. In addition, they facilitate rapid evacuation in emergency situations, optimizing safety in buildings.
    3Do sliding fire doors meet the same safety standards as conventional doors?
    Yes, our sliding fire doors are designed and certified to meet the same safety standards as conventional doors. Lateral mobility does not compromise its fire resistance or other safety features.
    4How is sliding fire doors maintained?
    Regular maintenance is essential to ensure optimal performance of sliding fire doors.• Preventative maintenance for continued performance. • Periodic inspections and necessary adjustments. • Service programs adapted to the needs of each client.

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