Jansen Economy 50
The Jansen Economy 50 steel profile can be used for manufacturing fire-resistant doors, partitions and windows in classes E30, E60, E90 and E120. Manufactured from galvanised steel, the Jansen Economy 50 system allows transparent units to be fabricated economically. Jansen Economy 50 can be used to create to the following: single or double-leaf doors with side sections and / or toplights and partition walls.
The profile used to create Jansen Economy 50 has a basic depth of 50mm for all door frames and leaves. For additional aesthetics, flush-fitted doors with a continuous shadow joint inside and outside can be fabricated with this profile system.
See how IAC Acoustics used the Jansen 50 range to create fire-rated acoustic doors for Kobalt Music.
Jansen Economy 60
Jasen Economy 60 has a basic profile depth of 60mm and is suitable for all applications where large fire-resistant E30, E60 or E120 units with a slimline look are required. Due to an extremely torsion-proof construction, Jansen Economy 60 can be used to fabricate single and double door systems. Jansen Economy 60 can also be used as smoke doors.
Class E glazing refers to components which allow light to pass through and which, according to their fire resistance rating, only prevent the spread of fire and smoke. It does not prevent heat penetration. As a rule, class E glazing will remain transparent when subjected to fire / heat.