Vision Panels

Hazlin not only produces high quality, bespoke veneered doors but with a dedicated manufacturing operation, has the facilities and skilled craftsmen to produce customised vision panels to suit any project and design requirements.

Typical vision panels are rectangular or square, circular, elliptical, “D” shaped or diamond shaped.

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  • With flexible manufacturing methods employed by Hazlin, we are not restricted to offering only rectangular or circular vision panels, as long as stipulations in relation to fire certification can be met glass can be cut to suit the project then Hazlin will use its expertise in specialist manufacturing to meet your customisation needs.

    • Vision apertures for fire doors must meet Building Regulations 2004 Approved Document B & M
    • Vision panels are not restricted to geometric shapes
    • All production is covered under ISO 9001 quality system and third party accreditation scheme for fire doors – Q Mark, run as a division of TRADA (Timber Research & Development Association)
    • Vision panels can be produced in multiple shapes and sizes
    • Expertise and specialist manufacturing processes allow customised designs to match your project requirements
    • Vision panels are not restricted to the chamfered and rebated glazing bead known as the hockey stick
    • Project style and innovation is catered for with complex vision panels such as ellipses, D shaped and enhanced vision panels with mouldings 4FD60 doors can contain a maximum of 0.82m2 of glazing in the door leaf
    • FD90/FD120 doors are based on a percentage of the door leaf. There are some exceptions, for example multiple or long thin doors are restricted to 0.2 m2
    • Hazlin provide technical advice and calculate what is permissible depending on your design requirements
    • Glazing which allows for style and innovation in design
    • Fire test evidence and certification allows for the use of 16 different types of glass
    • The glass used for the majority of fire doors now manufactured is Pyrobelite or Pyrobel
    • FD120 doors require ceramic glasses

    Glass Effects:
    Clear • Etched – patterns • Etched – obscured • Patterned• Wired clear • Wired cast • Bevelled • Coloured
    Glass Types:
    Radiation resistant (leaded) • Security • Blast resistant • Fire resistant • Insulating/Semi insulating • Safety

  • Solid timber beads

    • Only solid timber beads are used. Hazlin do not use MDF foil wrapped beads
    • Beads are sourced from similar material to the doors
    • Skilled craftsmen machine beads in dedicated premises, often from timber rips that hardwood frames are factory made from
    • Glazing beads are cut, mitred and made into a glazing cassette
    • Beads are spray finished (clear and stained doors) before being fitted to the door
    • Spray painted doors with glazing frame will be sprayed complete
    • Usually beads are pin fastened to the door in accordance with fire certification
    • Other methods of fixing are cups and screws, screwed and pelleted, security screw fixings etc
    • Guide to Hazlin glazing bead types can be viewed here

 

  • Vision apertures for fire doors must meet Building Regulations 2004 Approved Document B & M
  • All production is covered under ISO 9001 quality system and third party accreditation scheme for fire doors – Q Mark, run as a division of TRADA (Timber Research & Development Association)
  • Expertise and specialist manufacturing processes allow customised designs to match your project requirements
  • Project style and innovation is catered for with complex vision panels such as ellipses, D shaped and enhanced vision panels with mouldings
  • Hazlin provide technical advice and calculate what is permissible depending on your design requirements

Hazlin offers a made-to-measure tailored service which includes:

  • Unequalled safety performance, BS6206 (BS EN 12600)
  • Impact resistant to BS6262 part 4
  • Meet UK Building Regulations approved documents B & M
  • BM Trada Quality Fire Door Scheme
  • Glazing must always comply to test data
  • Diverse range of bespoke designs and finishes
  • BSEN 1642 European Fire Test Standard