Stainless steel doors are ideal for frequently used doors and when optically attractive solutions are required: With a wide range of surfaces, glazing elements and handle sets on offer, Teckentrup stainless steel doors fit harmoniously into any architectural concepts - and, depending on the actual specifications, also provide additional functions, such as fire and noise protection or increased burglar resistance.
Damp or chlorinated air and extreme temperatures, such as in refrigerated warehouses, indoor swimming pools, laboratories etc., place huge demands on the implemented materials. Therefore, non-corrosive, robust stainless steel doors are particularly suitable for doorways in these environments. Due to the classy look of the stainless steel surface, they are also ideal for buildings with cutting edge architecture.
To stop a fire in its tracks, Teckentrup offers fire-resistant and fire-proof doors; both versions can incorporate additional smoke protection. The attractive structural elements are also available as heat insulated and security doors. V2A steel is rust-proof and approved for wet and hygiene rooms; the alternative for extreme conditions is V4A steel. A special welding process with etched seams ensures extended service life. Double leaf doors are available up to 2.7 x 3 metres and stainless steel sliding doors up to 8.5 x 6 metres.Glazing, light sources and various handle sets, including a stainless steel top door closer, offer numerous design options. The door surface is available with either a smooth (240 grain size) or marble finish. Since stainless steel creates a type of passive layer which is -self-repairing-, marks and scratches disappear; meaning your door remains good looking for longer.
29 May 2020
Much of the Teckentrup Team is continuing to remote work, using Microsoft Teams video meetings, Zoom socials, and sharing positive stories on Sharepoint. The Teckentrup offices have been reorganised and safe distancing practices made visible throughout.
14 May 2020
We are sharing a communication from the DHF concerning a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) communication on installation, operation and maintenance manuals.
01 Apr 2020
Alok Sharma the Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, has written to the UK construction industry.