Smoke Vent Windows, Surespan manufactured and supplied a SRHGE/AOV 140° opening, thermally broken, Aluminium, Glazed (split into 2 panes), single leaf smoke ventilator to a business in London. Designed to fit structural opening 2000 x 1200mm (hinged on the 2000mm side). It will provide 2.04m² free air flow.
Surespan manufactured a FGL non-opening Glass Rooflights for a residential house in London to fit structural opening 1465 x 4200 which was divided into four panes.
Walk on Glass Access Hatch Surespan manufactured this HIACE/GWO aluminium, single leaf, flush floor access hatch for a company in London to fit structural opening 2600 x 650mm (hinged on the 2700mm side) recessed with TripleLite ‘Walk-on-glass’ infill divided into two panes. The lid is operated by two 24v DC actuators fitted to the underside of the lid.
Surespan HIACE external single leaf access hatch to fit structural opening 1200 x 3400 was manufactured and supplied to a residential home in Solihull. This hatch was installed for access to an under ground level gym.
Surespan manufactured and supplied this SAC Aluminium, single leaf, flush floor access cover to fit structural opening 1000 x 1000mm. The access cover comes complete with gas spring assisted, Aluminium chequer plate lid which locks in the open position with a safety hold open stay to prevent against accidental closure. Rated for Pedestrian loading only at FACTA Class ‘A’.
Surespan were approached to manufacture a bespoke roof access solution for a block of luxury offices and apartments in Putney Bridge Road, London.
The boxed glazed sliding rooflights with a glazed vertical upstand were designed to fit a structural opening of 1000 x 3075. The sliding lid was operated electrically via concealed 24v DC actuators and a push button switch.
Surespan and Jakdor are manufacturing nearly 500 stainless steel access panels in a wide variety of bespoke, tailor-made sizes. Using Grade 316 and 304 stainless steel, these panels feature everything from 3 point locking systems to 120 minute fire rated classifications.
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