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Door Jamb Protector FR

Certificated Flame Retardant foam door jamb protector

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2m O-Profile Foam Tube £11.47 (£9.56 Ex. VAT)
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Flame Retardant Certificate
Certifire Approved
Cert. No CF5414
  • Door Jamb Protector is Flame Retardant and approved to Certifire standard
  • Conforms to the requirements of the Joint Code of Practice
  • Can be used on residential and commercial door frames
  • Easy to handle and fit without scratching
  • Self gripping, lightweight and versatile
  • Can also be used to protect newel posts and external stone sills

Protec's Flame Retardant cushioned foam door jamb protectors can be easily fitted to protect door frames from impact damage during the construction, fit out or refurbishment phases of commercial or residential property.

The o-profile tubes are manufactured from a hard wearing 13mm thick foam and absorb impact, unlike rigid (often plastic) alternatives, to provide unsurpassed protection.

The self gripping door jamb protectors are pre-slit to clip easily onto door frames up to 265mm and do not need to be taped in place.

Protec Door Jamb Protector FR is sufficiently robust that it can be re-used numerous times making it an extremely cost effective and sustainable temporary protection solution.

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