fire shutter

fire shutter

A metal shutter (including frame and hardware) which has a fire-endurance rating required by code. The required rating depends on the location and nature of the window or opening in which it is installed.
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It is also alleged that on October 16, 2017, 38-year-old Aitchison, along with others, tried to force open a locked window and fire shutter door at the Aldi store inWishaw's Glasgow Road with intent to steal.
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HART DOOR SYSTEMS reports it has supplied eight fire shutters to form a specialist baggage handling system as part of Malta International Airport's [euro]12m terminal reconfiguration project.
"There were no fire prevention systems at the site including fire doors and fire shutters as it was under construction.