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Description

Timber glazed screens provide excellent fire and acoustic performance without compromising design or aesthetic requirements.

The timber screens are both aesthetically pleasing and fully compliant with current regulations for fire and acoustic applications.

Frame sections can be supplied in softwood, a wide range of decorative hardwoods and veneered MDF. Glazing can be single or double glazed in a variety of thicknesses to suit fire and acoustic requirements.

Can be supplied for the following applications:

  • Internal and external non-fire rated and 30 or 60-minute fire rated.
  • Internal and external acoustic rated.

Specification data
Product Reference

Anoscreen

FireResistanceRating

Not required

FD30/0 integrity and insulation

FD30/30 integrity and insulation

FD60/0 integrity and insulation

FD60/30 integrity and insulation

FD60/60 integrity and insulation

As schedule

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Sound insulation rating

Not required

30 dB Rw

35 dB Rw

40 dB Rw

45 dB Rw

50 dB Rw

As schedule

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Frame -
Timber species

Hardwood

Minimum density 450 kg/m³, insert species.

Softwood

Minimum density 450 kg/m³.

As schedule

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Frame finish

Factory primed

Factory finished lacquered

As schedule

Insert details.

Modules

As per architects schedule but also in accordance with Hanson and Beards performance certification.

Vertical joint detail

Silicon jointed

Timber framed

Junctions and corners

Silicon jointed

Timber vertical sections

Glazing bead

Factory applied clear lacquer

Factory applied primed finish for onsite top coat application

Glazing -
Type

Double

Insert glass requirements.

Single

Insert glass requirements.

Manifestation

Design in accordance with Building Regulations (E&W) Approved Document N2.

Venetian blinds

Not required

As schedule

Standard product features

Fire resistance rating:

Tested in accordance with BS 476–22:1987 and BS EN 13501-2, in accordance with manufacturers certified tested dimension and published technical manual.

Timber Chain of Custody:

Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC) mixed sources.

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