A door opening between two adjoining hotel rooms is called a communicating door or interconnecting door, and is created by installing two doors within one frame - each swinging in the opposite direction. The purpose of these doors is to allow convenience for family or friends sharing two hotel rooms, but the doors also provide security when the rooms are occupied by separate parties, as well as maintaining the fire-resistance of the partition between the rooms.
Interconnecting Door Leaves
Communicating doors between hotel rooms share many of the same requirements as fire door assemblies in other locations, as well accomplishing the acoustic function.
Fire rating: 30mins, 60mins, 90mins and 120 mins
Standards: BS476 Part 22 / UL10B, 10C / ASTM / NFPA
Acoustic: Sound proof STC35 minimum
Surface: Various wood veneered finish / high pressure laminated finish
Door core: Solid particleboard / Mineral fire core / Acoustic fire core
Finish: Primed / Polyurethane painting / UV painting / Unfinished
Pay attention to the handle depth
Interconnecting Door Frames
Interconnecting door frames hold two door leaves, which are mounted closely behind each other, ensuring increased sound protection, e.g. In connecting doors in hotels.
Design: 1 part / 2 part split
Material: Fully wood frame / galvanized steel sheet / stainless steel
Surface: Primed / Polyurethane painted / Powder coated
Available for timber and steel doors
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