ABOUT THE PRODUCT
The EPU-Series embossed doors are designed to provide security and durability for today’s demanding residential and commercial
markets. The foam-in-place Polyurethane core provides total surface support and an exceptionally flat surface, high impact resistance
and outstanding thermal resistance. It provides a high level of compression and shear strength, which is further enhanced by
bonding with facing materials. It offers the lowest “U” value and the highest R-Factor (a measure of insulating performance / thermal
resistance, and measure of ability to retard heat flow) of all the cores.
As described by HMMA / NAAMM – USA (National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers-United States of America):
“Urethane core doors possess superior insulating properties (R- factor of 11.1) and are suitable for exterior openings in
The EPU-Series embossed doors will provide you with THE BEAUTY OF WOOD….BUT DURABILITY OF STEEL!
Foam-In-Place polyurethane thermal insulation core, having a thickness of 43 mm and a nominal density of 47 Kg/m3 (DIN 53420).
Thermal Conductance (43 mm): U = 0.078 Btu/hr.ft2.ºF. (ASTM C177).
Thermal Resistance: R-Factor = 12.80 hr.ft2.ºF/Btu. (ASTM C518-63T).
Polyurethane is a thermo-setting material, which when subjected to heat, merely slowly chars without melting or producing flaming droplets (BRUFMA/ID/2/2001).
Available in wood grain texture or plain stamped.
Beveled or flush welded glass beads.
Alkyd, polyurethane or epoxy RAL paint finish (factory applied).
vision panels, transoms and sidelights.
SPECIFICATIONS OF COMPLIANCE
Construction of the EPU doors meets the requirements of ANSI A250.8-2003 (SDI 100) and ANSI 151.1.
Fire Rating: Up to 3 hrs for single leaf and double leaf swing doors, listed and labeled by Intertek-Warnock Hersey according to UL 10C, UL 10B, UBC 7-2-1994/1997, NFPA 252-1995, ASTM E152-81a, and CAN4-S104 (ULC S104).