TGP’s 90-minute Fireframes® Designer Series full-lite fire-rated double doors are used in conjunction with Fireframes Aluminum Series frames to create a close visual match with nearby non-rated aluminum framing systems. Crisp corner conditions support clear circulation paths and transparency to the entry.
Fire-rated doors aren’t what they used to be. Thanks to manufacturing advances, today’s fire-rated glass door assemblies have evolved to become design assets that elevate a building’s aesthetic. Our modern assemblies are proof that fire-rated glass doors can support beautiful, code-driven design and meet rigorous fire- and life-safety criteria.
Sleek and strong, our Fireframes® fire-rated glass doors feature narrow steel profiles, full-lite glass and optional finished powder coatings.
Doors come prehung, prefinished with all hardware and easily integrate with fire-rated storefront and curtain wall systems.
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Use this dynamic visual tool to unlock the advantages of our popular Fireframes® Designer Series and Fireframes Heat Barrier Series fire-rated glass doors.
Technical Glass Products’ UL-classified and labeled full-lite fire-rated glass door assemblies are available with fire ratings up to 90 minutes. With the narrowest steel profiles available with a fire rating, TGP’s fire-rated doors are designed to complement adjacent non-fire-rated aluminum doors.
Fireframes Designer Series with monolithic glass and Fireframes Designer Series with Insulated Glass Units have both earned a Living Building Challenge Red List Approved Declare Label. These Declare labels can be used for building projects seeking to achieve either the Living Building Challenge or LEED green building rating systems.
Read how design professionals are using Fireframes® fire-rated glass doors from TGP to open new possibilities for aesthetics and code compliance.
New fire-rated doors complement the building’s modern aesthetic and welcome natural light into the office suite’s interior.
A fire-rated glazing and door system satisfies building codes, while also supporting transparency to the exit stair enclosure.
To mirror the church’s non-rated architectural features, fire-resistive-rated frames were custom roll-formed, and powder coated.
Fire-rated system surrounds stairwells with a barrier to radiant and conductive heat transfer, while allowing for the desired aesthetic.
Fire-rated glazing defends against fire and provides impact resistance for high traffic areas, without restricting visibility and light transfer.
Since incorrect use of fire-rated glazing materials can cause more damage than good, these fire-rated glass door tips are designed to help guide proper selection.