Properties of Galvanised Steel Doors
Historically, galvanised steel was the preferred material for windows and doors. In the changing face of Britain during the Industrial Revolution, it became a prominent feature in many places and now is common in steel roller shutters. Galvanised steel consist of mainly zinc, but within its properties there is a little aluminium added to it which helps for coating layers to adhere better.
Manufacturers of galvanised steel doors and windows use the FeP02 steel alloy covered in a GZ200 zinc layer which offers protection throughout to the profiles from oxidisation. Steel itself can be made thin and strong to become versatile making it ideal for industry production.
The structures of steel doors are normally cold rolled to form the design and shape to meet clients’ requirements. The benefits of steel profiles, that are cold rolled, yield stability and thinner silhouette for producing more intricate designs. The thickness can be as low as 1.5mm for slimmer visual impact.
Features for galvanised steel doors
- Slim silhouette
- A choice of locking systems
- Weather proof
- Strong durable material
- Single and double style doors
- Galvanised with a powder coated finish
- Available with glazed glass
It is not unusual for some galvanised steel doors to incorporate 2 part thermal break which offers customary doors which include contemporary features. Underpinning the design is a fibreglass structure with extruded polyamide which increases strength and the upper thermal insulation factor is made up with a polyurethane area.
The use of thermal breaking is configured to provide much better steel doors by allowing greater openings and slimmer builds. The standard galvanised steel are coated at a precise high temperature in the requested colour to RAL specification and completed in a choice of finishes.
Provectus Doors offer high grade galvanised steel doors to businesses and for other corporate use. We can supply new or replacement steel doors and even customise each project to suit your premises. Give us a call or send via our online contact form to see what we can do for you.