A Comprehensive Range of Door Solutions

Johnson Controls offer Door Systems to cater to a wide variety of sectors including airports, apartments, commercial premises, defence installations, financial institutions, industrial applications, petrochemical installations, retail settings, utilities and warehouses.
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Sectional Doors

Key Features:

  • Insulated
  • Glazed
  • Manual or Power Operated
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
warehouse entrance rapid roll door

Rapid Roll Doors

Key Features:

  • Fast Operation
  • Automatic Operation
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
parking lot outside access doors

Access Doors

Key Features:

  • Hinged or Sliding Options
  • Manual or Automatic Operation
  • Fully or Part Glazed
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
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Automatic Doors

Key Features:

  • Single or Double
  • Hygenic, hands-free operation
  • Internal or external offerings
  • Range of microwave or PIR triggering sensors available
  • Safety and Security sensor options
  • Manual override facilities
  • Integrated control panels
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
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Fire Doors

Key Features:

  • Hinged, Sliding or Rolling Options
  • Internal or External Offerings
  • Alarm Interface Controls
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
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Internal Timber Fire Doors

Key Features:

  • Single or double
  • Range of finishes available
  • Solid core construction
  • Bespoke or standard sizes available
  • Fire resistant
  • Tested to BS 476 part 22 
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
fire resistant steel doors

Fire Resistant Steel Doors

Key Features:

  • Stylish, contemporary and durable doorsets
  • Protect people and property from the spread of flames & smoke
  • Internal or external offerings
  • Available with 60, 120 and 240 minute fire protection
  • Tested to BS 476 Parts 20 & 22 / BS EN 1634
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
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Acoustic Doors

Key Features:

  • Single or Double
  • Burglar Resistant
  • Fire Resistant
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
steel doors building entrance

Steel Security Doors

Key Features:

  • Enhanced level of security 
  • Available with 3, 5 or 10 minute resistance to forced entry using mechanical tools
  • Wide range of applications from domestic or light commercial premises to high risk properties
  • Internal reinforcement designed to resist sustained attack from a wide range of tools
  • Tested to LPS 1175 SR2 / SR3 / SR4
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
explosion proof double doors

Intruder and Blast Resistant Security Doors

Key Features:

  • Medium to high risk property protection
  • Protect against forced entry using heavy hand and battery tools or explosives
  • Internal stainless steel anti-attack skin
  • Solid timber core
  • Door blades fitted with anti-jemmy astragal
  • Intruder resistance tested to BS EN 1627:2011
  • Explosion tested to BS EN 13124-2:2004 / BS EN 1627:2011 Level 4
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
angular view of loading bay

Loading Bay Systems

Key Features:

  • Doors/Shutters
  • Dock Shelters/Pads
  • Dock Leveller
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page. 
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What Are Fire Doors & How Do They Work?

Fire doors are crucial to a building's passive fire protection system. Learn what fire doors are, where they're required, and how they protect from fire.

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Converting Doors for Contactless Use

Bacteria and viruses are often passed on via the hands. A door handle can easily turns into a germ spreader which, in the current climate, is a problem that needs to be avoided wherever possible.

One way to overcome swing doors on high-volume routes becoming a risk to the health of the occupants is to convert them to automatic, hands-free operation.

Johnson Controls have a range of solutions which can be implemented to help to keep building occupants safe and speed up the flow of pedestrians.

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Timber Fire Doors Explained

To put it simply, fire doors save lives.

The specialist timber fire doors offered by Johnson Controls are tested against the elements and are purpose-built to withstand roaring fires for as long as possible. They enable buildings to compartmentalise and delay fire spread from one area to another.

Fire doors have a few vital safety features and can be the difference between life and death. The most essential safety functions fire doors have are:

  • When closed, they form a barrier to stop the spread of fire
  • When opened, they provide a means of escape

High-Quality Timber Fire Door Construction

Made with a solid timber core, fire doors from Johnson Controls are certified to withstand fire for 30 minutes (FD30), making them perfect for fire escape routes.

Our timber fire doors are also available with borosilicate or ceramic glass windows and an anti-shatter wire mesh for extra fire resistance compared to standard glass windows.

Maintaining Your Timber Fire Doors

Fire doors are on the front line for protecting lives, so they must receive regular inspections. The frequency will depend on how old your fire doors are and the condition that they’re in, but a minimum quarterly review is required as part of the Fire Safety Bill.

Worryingly, the Fire Door Inspection Scheme (FDIS) highlighted that three-quarters of all fire doors inspected in 2019 were condemned as not fit for purpose. The diagram below details the rigorous testing fire doors must undergo to be safe.

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Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (FSO), landlords are responsible for ensuring their properties and tenants are safe. The ‘responsible person’ has a legal responsibility under the FSO and can be criminally prosecuted if they do not fulfil their duties.

The responsibility extends to the requirement for a fire risk assessment in all non-domestic buildings, including the common areas of flats or houses - so you must keep equipment like your fire doors up to standard.

If you own a commercial or non-domestic property, strict regulations ensure that your fire doors can withstand certain heat levels. Fire doors should always be fitted correctly by a competent installer, as they’re carefully-engineered fire safety devices.

Protect Your Assets With Fire Doors From Johnson Controls

We provide specialist solutions for all your fire door requirements, whether industrial, commercial or domestic. Covering the design, testing, manufacturing, installation and ongoing maintenance, you can be confident that your fire doors will comply with all fire safety regulations and keep your occupants safe.

Use the contact form below to discuss your fire door requirements.


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