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Auto High Rise H-O Fire-Tite®

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Product Features

  • Auto High Rise Fire-Tite® specialty door is built for marine bulkheads
  • Ship dock doors are classified by UL to withstand hydrocarbon pool fires for 2 hours
  • Offshore fire doors provide protection against rapid temperature increase
  • Offshore loading dock door is also available in stainless steel
  • Special purpose doors are built in accordance with requirements specified by Underwriter’s Laboratories Inc.

Alpine’s High Rise H-O Fire-Tite® maritime steel doors are Alpine Fire-Tite® doors designed specifically for use in offshore H-O rated marine bulkheads. The High Rise H-O Fire-Tite® maritime curtain doors provide offshore protection against rapid temperature increases. The maritime shutters and marine curtain doors are also classified by Underwriter’s Laboratories Inc. to withstand hydrocarbon pool fires for 2 hours. Click here to see our Automatic maritime door.

Offshore High Rise H-O Fire-Tite® curtains are constructed of galvanized steel in 2 3/4″ flat slats, and can be finished with powder coating or baked enamel finishes. Each door of the offshore maritime steel shutters are equipped with a 22 gauge steel hood formed to fit the contour of the end brackets and durable ductile iron windlock with 1/4″ semi-solid rivets. Our offshore marine curtain doors support and brackets are all steel plates no less than 1/4″ thick. Alpine’s Torsion Counterbalance Assembly is state of the art, providing maximum security and ease of use.

Fire performance evaluation of the Alpine H-O, the maritime steel doors assembly was conducted in accordance with IMO Resolution A.754, (18). Recommendation on fire door resistance tests for A, B, and F class divisions and ASTM E1529-93.

The Alpine H-O maritime shutters and assembly was tested for a total of two hours and 8 minutes and was exposed to continuous fire exposure for a total of 122 minutes and 15 seconds. The Alpine H-0 Overhead Door maintained its structural integrity by remaining closed for the entire duration of this fire test.

The test door dimensions were 10’ X 8’ ft. The door was installed in a representative bulkhead section which was constructed in general accordance with IMO Resolution A.754 (18). The steel door edges were stiffened with 2.5” x 2.5” x 1/4” reinforced angles. The exposed face of the bulkhead was insulated to an A-60 rating, provided by two, 2-in. layers of Delta Marine Board insulation.

ANTI-WARPING STEEL BOTTOM BAR EDGE
A specialized bottom bar and steel edge to maximize containment of fuel and oil spills.

SEE CATALOG CUT SHEET LISTED AT THE TOP RIGHT TAB OF THIS PAGE FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS ABOUT THE MARITIME STEEL DOORS AND MARITIME SHUTTERS.

2 3/4″ Flat Slat