External and internal doors are tested at RISE in a number of different ways. Testing is carried out to partly to investigate how new construction types work and partly as quality assurance with respect to the manufacturer’s product range. Here at RISE we investigate how external and internal doors perform when subjected to different climate variables in the form of rain, wind and cold.
Testing is carried out to partly to investigate how new construction types (and methods) work and partly as quality assurance with respect to the manufacturer’s product range.
Testing is conducted in a very thorough and careful manner, to see if and why any problems arise during the process.
The tests are carried out partly to examine how new designs work and also as quality control of manufacturers for their products.
The following tests determinations can be offered (and the list is not exhaustive, we can consider all related testing in the doors scope):
The customer receives a test report on completion of the investigation which shows how the door has compared with the class requirements laid down in the relevant classification standards connected to the testing standards mentioned above.
The report includes explanations of the results achieved (often using photographs) by diagrams, tables and descriptions, plus a classification summary on the front page together with a short description of the test object. Drawings and detailed descriptions of the door supplied by the customer are included in the report appendix.
External and internal doors - testing, damage investigation, educational courses, certification, research and innovation
Air permeability according to EN1026
Watertightness according to EN 1027
Resistance to wind load according to EN12211
Closing force according to EN12046-2
U-value according to EN-ISO 12567–1 or calculation according to EN 10077-2
Moisture and temperature stability according to EN 1121
Price on tender
Delivery time will be given on request of a quote
Any required preparatory work will be advised on request of a quote