04 Aug

What is the purpose of fire-rated chute doors?

Many states have legislation that requires chute doors to be fire rated for the safety of residents. This means the door can withstand a certain degree of heat for an extended period of time. Fire-rated doors will have a special U.L. label for fire resistance. Building codes require fire rated chute doors because chute shafts have the capability to spread fires quickly in a building.

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