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record DFA 127 FIRE – Approved as a smoke and fire protection door

The DFA 127 FIRE automatic swing door operator is approved for use as a smoke and fire protection door. In case of fire, a signal from the smoke and heat detector or fire alarm system triggers an additional controller to close the door immediately, with spring tension.

With the integrated, mechanical sequential controller two-leaf doors can also be used as fire protection barrier doors. The DFA 127 FIRE utilises the DFA 127 universal drive system for the automation of swing doors which is characterized by sophisticated technology, compact design and record’s legendary smoothness of operation. 

DFA 127 Fire Operator
record DFA 127 FIRE – Approved as a smoke and fire protection door record DFA 127 FIRE – Approved as a smoke and fire protection door record DFA 127 FIRE – Approved as a smoke and fire protection door record DFA 127 FIRE – Approved as a smoke and fire protection door

The DFA 127 FIRE can operate doors in sizes EN4 to EN6. The different spring forces can be quickly and precisely adjusted on the spot using the special adjustment screw. This model also provides many other sophisticated features, allowing pre-defined door types to be quickly and easily adapted to local and country-specific circumstances.

Features

  • compliant with DIN 18 650, approved worldwide
  • automatic closure triggered by heat and smoke alarm
  • approved as a hold-open system for fire protection barriers
  • compact design thanks to built-in fire protection components
  • easy to use control switch BDE-E

 

Benefits

  • door system can be connected to existing on-site fire control
  • own additional control to connect smoke and heat detector ports
  • can be used with various fire protection profile systems

Options

  • double swing doors with or without master /slave operation
  • power saving mode: adjustable opening of one or both door panels (stretcher opening)
  • integrated sequential closing control for double-leaf fire door applications
  • interlock function for two single doors installed consecutively 
  • direction-oriented opening for oncoming traffic in corridors
  • opening or closing without current

The use of external components for the door system, for example, smoke and heat alarms or electrical door openers, requires evidence of a building inspectorate approval

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