Dortek GRP doors are designed to be extremely functional, robust and chemical resistant. A recent test has demonstrated this further by proving our doors resistance to the popular sterilant Spor-Klenz. Our doors were tested by the US approved independent test laboratory Intertek. The results in the report indicated that there were no changes to the finish when Dortek GRP doors were exposed to the disinfectant.
Dortek GRP doors have a smooth, seamless surface which facilitates easy cleaning and chemical and moisture resistance. Our doors are completely free from joints, voids and crevices which can harbour bacteria.
This makes them ideally suited for pharmaceutical, medical, research and biotech applications or other areas requiring a long lasting door solution which is easy to clean and also impervious to water or common chemicals.
You can view the full report of our recent test here.
Dortek has extended its existing BIM objects range to include hinged glass doors.
Dortek glass doors are durable, contemporary and ideal for providing visibility in controlled environments. They are also perfect for an open plan environment or confined spaces and each door can be manufactured to suit any opening size. The stainless steel frames are versatile and can be fixed to all wall structures whether it be concrete blocks, stud walls or panels. This makes them ideal for use in laboratories, pharmaceutical applications and hospitals.
Dortek are continuously extending their range of BIM objects with a total of 9 different product categories now available for download from the website. The Dortek product range includes hinged hygienic doors, sliding hygienic doors, fire rated doors, lead lined doors, glass doors, hermetic doors, retail doors, transfer hatches and hygienic windows.
All our objects are available in user friendly Revit file format and are Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) and COBie compatible. To view Dortek’s range of BIM objects, please visit here on the Dortek website or BIMstore.
We have a wealth of experience working in the biocontainment industry, our new CPD seminar explores the key considerations when designing these complex facilities and the specification of GRP doors for biohazard containment.
The CPD is RIBA accredited and we can provide the 40 minute presentation during your lunch break. For more information or to book please email us at – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our seminar explores the following topics:
Design and Performance Considerations when Specifying Barrier Solutions in Bioscience Facilities.
- Bioscience facility design – containment levels and their risks
- The function of doors in biocontainment
- Why is GRP a good material for bioscience facility doors
- Compliance with standards – cleaning, hygiene, acoustics and fire
- Which is better – hinged or sliding doors?
- Hermetically sealing doors – function and use
- Comparisons between GRP and other door materials
- BIM and its advantages in project management
- GRP doors – environmental impact and recycling