What does the Fire Resistant Level (FRL) indicate?
How can I reduce the cost of my quote?
What finishings do you offer?
Does the glazing system have to go into a fire rated wall?
What is considered a close distance to the boundary line?
Do we provide Certification?
What are typical fire rated openings?
The FRL consists of a numbered sequence that represents consecutively the structural, integrity and insulation rating (Structural/Integrity/Insulation). For example: -/60/- would represent a 60 minute integrity only.
If you are given a 90/90/90 rating this specifies a structural component in addition to an integrity and insulation requirement. This rating applies to the structural element, not the fire rated glazing system. Top
There are a number of options depending on your circumstance that can potentially reduce the cost. Examples include opting for fixed window configurations over operable configurations or reducing the height and width of your windows. For further information please contact us at the office. Top
Standard – A four step powder coat process, including; garnet sandblasting, zinc enriched galvanizing, e-powder undercoat and powder coat top coat to selected colour. See Dulux Colour Chart for colours. For extra protection Dulux offer a Durotech X15 Powdercoat Colour Range or Electro powdercoat colour range.
Optional – Paint finish upon request. Top
Yes. Our glazing systems must be installed into an opening of equivalent or greater FRL. Top
Residential – External wall located within 900mm of the boundary.
Commercial/Strata – External wall located within 3m of the boundary. Top
Yes. All of Nilfire’s systems are fully certified to the Australian Standard upon completion.Top
Steel stud walls, fire rated masonry walls, gypsum block walls and aerated concrete blocks.Top