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A Class Doors

A-class doors are critical components of safety systems on marine vessels, particularly in terms of fire protection. These doors are designed and constructed to withstand fire for a specified duration, typically 60 minutes (A60 standard) thereby preventing the spread of flames and smoke throughout the vessel. Their construction involves fire-resistant materials and sealing mechanisms that ensure integrity under extreme heat conditions. A-class doors are strategically placed in fire-rated bulkheads to compartmentalise the vessel, limiting the spread of fire and providing safe escape routes for crew members.

These doors undergo rigorous testing and certification processes to meet international standards such as SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) and classification societies’ requirements. They are integral to the overall fire safety strategy of the vessel, contributing to the protection of life, property, and the environment. In summary, A-class doors on marine vessels and platforms play a vital role in containing fires and safeguarding crew members, passengers, and assets. Their robust construction, rigorous testing and compliance with industry standards make them indispensable components of maritime safety systems.

              

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