EFAFLEX-STT FSA 90®
High-speed turbo doors from EFAFLEX are the ground-breaking high-speed doors. The possible uses of the tried-and-tested STT-FSA have now been increased by the integration of a fibershield fire-protec-tion curtain. For the first time a high-speed turbo door has been combined with an automatic fire-pro-tection system. The result is the fastest and most compact fire-protection door system on the world market. In standard operation you can benefit from all the advantages of the STT high-speed turbo door - in the event of fire from the fully integrated fibershield as a protection against fire, smoke and heat.
Superb fire protection
The automatic ﬁre-protection ﬁre curtain sys-tem “ﬁbershield” provides effective and ﬂexi-ble protection against the spread of ﬁre. It has proven its worth over one hundred times and is the ideal ﬁre containing system for the high-speed turbo door. A specially reinforced and coated glass-ﬁber weave resists temperatures of up to 1,100 °C –the fact that it is installed ﬂush with the wall means that it also seals off the spread of smoke at the same time. In comparison with non-insulating systems the ﬁbershield reduces the resulting radiation of heat signiﬁcantly.
An extraordinary combination
The door curtain basically consists of clear acrylic glass laths with at least 70% visible sur-face. The door leaf is accommodated by the circular spiral. This design enables very high speeds; up to 3.0 m/sec depending on door size!
The ﬁre protection is provided by the ﬁber-shield ﬁre-protection curtain which is fully in-tegrated into the door and acts as a seal. It complies with the ﬁre-protection category E120 as per EN 1634-1 as well as the radiation resistance class EW30.
As the ﬁre-protection curtain is already inte-grated into the door, no additional space is re-quired; in particular the side opposite the door remains completely free.
The joint controller for both systems assures that the high-speed door opens automatically and the ﬁre protection curtain closes even if there is a power failure.