Fume Tight Fire Zone Doors

Advanced Structure Corporation is a leading developer and manufacturer of fume tight fire zone doors for use by the US Coast Guard and US Navy. Get the best fume tight fire zone doors when you turn to us.

Fire Safety Notice

NSWC recently announced that only Rev. E of DWG 803-1648659 shall

be ordered. NSWC fire test indicates the older Rev. D construction

allows flame penetration around frame and thru window.

Door made to 805-1648659  Rev. D

Fumetight Firezone Door Failing Test

Fumetight Fire Zone Doors

Contact Mr. Robert Redfern NSWC 215-897-1082
Constantine.Pappas @ Navy.Mil
( Nickname : Gus )

 # 2040 01 142 1388
NAVSEA Drawing 803-1648659 Rev. E

Fume Tight Doors

Fume Tight Doors Manufacturer

Advanced Structures manufactures and distributes quality fumetight doors made for military specifications. We have years of experience in the industry and have become a trusted distributor of many MJ doors. When you share your exact applications and specifications with us, we can custom manufacture these doors so they perfectly apply to your needs. Having safe fire zone doors is crucial to any ship in the US Navy or Coast Guard. They prevent the spread of a fire and allow for occupants to find a route to safety.

For more information regarding our selection of fume tight doors, please reach out to us today. We will gladly help you with any questions you may have about any of our products. The number to call is 631-667-5000. When you call, we can also provide you with a free estimate for our potential work.

Importance of Fume Tight Fire Zone Doors

Fume tight doors play an important role in preventing the spread of smoke and fumes during a fire. These doors are designed to be airtight and prevent the passage of heat and flame for a designated amount of time. In facilities that have fire-resistance-rated walls, ceiling and floors, the openings in these fire rated assemblies are necessary for egress, communication, security and everyday travel throughout the facility and its subsequent equipment. The openings in these fire-rated assemblies must be protected accordingly so as to not fully compromise the fire resistance of the assembly.

The use of fume tight doors are commonly used on US Navy and Coast Guard ships in order to prevent the spread of smoke and fumes during a fire. These doors are made to the highest safety standard possible and are thus made to last.