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Lorient Polyproducts Ltd

Lorient design and manufacture market-leading, high-performance door sealing systems. Intumescent seals are vital in fire door assemblies, preventing the spread of fire. Smoke seals restrict smoke movement in a building – giving people time to escape, and limiting property damage.

Contact information

Lorient Polyproducts Ltd
Endeavour House
Fairfax Road
Heathfield Industrial Estate
Newton Abbot
Devon
TQ12 6UD
United Kingdom

www.lorientuk.com

CPD booking contact


Ms Sarah Lewis
cpd@lorientuk.com
Tel: +44 (0)7834 587475

Approved CPD materials


Performance Door Design: The Basics of Sound Reduction
Type: Seminar
- The nature of sound – examining both airborne and structural transmission of sound - Regulatory requirements and British Standards that relate to acoustic performance - Test procedures and interpretation of test reports - Effective design of door assemblies for acoustic performance, including door construction and the influence of sealing systems - Design conflicts between acoustic performance, durability and ease of operation of the door - Independent accreditation
Sealing Systems for Door Assemblies
Type: Literature
This guide has been written as an introduction to the concept of door sealing. It’s designed for students, or those new to the industry who want to learn ‘the basics’. It can also be a helpful point of reference when reading product brochures, as a reminder of some of the key points, and for definitions of terms.
Understanding The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 & its implication for fire doors
Type: Seminar
This CPD covers:
  • Quick introduction to RRO
  • Who is responsible?
  • The dangers of fire and smoke
  • Some real-life fire door examples
  • Some low cost solutions
The Role and Performance of Fire and Smoke Resisting Doors
Type: Seminar
This seminar aims to help delegates to understand:
  • Casualties from fire and smoke
  • Door assemblies for fire and smoke containment
  • Regulatory requirements
  • The nature and behaviour of smoke
  • Effective design of sealing systems
  • Design conflicts
  • The need for independent accreditation

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