Galvanised steel doors is the best choice for your house interiors. The use of galvanised steel as the material of choice for glazed doors and windows is a traditional and historical choice, which increased significantly during the last half of the 19th century during the industrial revolution.
The galvanized doors and frames are made from the specific steel alloy FeP02 which is then finished with a GZ200 hot zinc coating which protects the galvanised steel door frames from oxidisation.
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These galvanised metal doors are then cold rolled to create the high-quality door and window profiles. Cold rolled steel door frames creates a more stable steel door design all allows use to create slim steel profiles of 1.5mm thick for neater edges.
These galvanised steel doors use two part thermal break to create traditional steel doors with modern thermal performances. A fibre glass reinforced structural break of extruded polyamide provides the thermal break enhanced stability then the thermal break is filled with high density polyurethane for high levels of thermal insulation to the steel doors and windows.
This method of thermal breaking makes a much stronger steel door frame and allow thinner profiles even larger opening sizes. Galvanised steel frames are then powered coated at 1800C to any RAL color required with a polished, rougher or semi-polished.
Various type of architectural design, such as the Art Deco and Bauhaus architecture, favour galvanised steel for doors and windows and have cemented its use in luxury architecture.