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Constructed from 1.5 mm zinc protected steel sheets and joined together in a bonding process with a solid timber core. The door frame is manufactured from 1.6 mm profiled zinc protected steel. The Armourdoor blast door is tested to BS EN 13124-2 (EXR2 and EXR3) and has been tested to withstand up to a 12 kg charge detonated 5.5 m away from the door.

Common applications are plant and equipment and generator rooms, electrical sub stations, police stations and hospitals. Armourdoor AD50 can be installed internally or externally.


  • Leaf thickness of 50 mm and an infill composed of solid timber with integral steel stiffeners.
  • Door frame constructed from folded 1.6 mm zintec/ aluzinc steel.
  • The blast door is supplied with a variable sub frame to allow up to 30 mm tolerance for site installations.
  • The frame is fitted with dog bolts.
  • The door is supplied with a standard 15 mm rebated threshold and driveable thresholds available on request.
  • The door blade is fitted with an anti-jemmy astragal.

High security triple point sash lock with high security cylinders and are protected to reduce risk of key copying.

Standard product features


  • Single: Width, 690–1390 mm. Height: No greater than 2900 mm.
  • Double: Width, 1290–2600 mm. Height: No greater than 2900 mm.

NBS Specification

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45-25-28/326 Metal door leaves

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HAG Ltd. - The Door Specialists


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Product reference

Armourdoor Blast Steel Door AD50


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[Powder coated, RAL]
Insert requirement.
[PVC laminate]
[Stainless steel]


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[15 mm rebated threshold]
As standard.
[Driveable threshold]

Manufacturer details

1 Oak Lane,
Bristol, BS5 7UY
Tel +44 (0)800 072 3444
Fax +44 (0)117 965 7773
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