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Gorter introduces the new generation of RHT roof hatches. These roof hatches feature an extremely strong and patented construction. Thanks to several modifications, the roof hatch is even more resistant against unexpected extreme loads, both during construction and in general use.
People used to go on the roof once a year, but these days the roof is accessed much more frequently. Access is not only for roof maintenance, but also for maintenance of climate systems, GSM masts and solar panels. Safety is paramount when accessing the roof. Here are two steps on how you can safely access the roof.
Do you as an architect or designer use BIM models in your design? Then we have good news for you. From now on, the drawings on our website have been updated and made available for even more Gorter products. We provide free drawings in the following formats: REVIT .rfa and .rvt format, in Sketchup, in AutoCAD and PDF format.
The new Gorter® WAEI fire-resistant floor door was tested by Efectis in December 2016 according to European EN 1634-1:2014 standard. The test established that the hinged steel floor door is fire-resistant for 120 minutes and amply meets the required standard.
The success of the Gorter glazed roof hatches continues following the launch of the new RHTG roof hatch fitted with triple insulating glass known as triple glazing. Glazed roof hatches are often used to access roof terraces and roof gardens and, in this new type of glazing complemented by yet another size option, they offer even more advantages!
The fire resistance of Gorter’s largest fire-resistant wall hatch measuring 800 x 800 mm was recently tested according to EN 1634-1:2014. The test carried out under ISO 17025 accreditation was very successful, with the hatch more than meeting the set requirements. An official declaration can now be issued, and will apply not only at a national (previously associated with KOMO) but also a European level.
Gorter supplies ultra-insulated roof hatches for Colruyt supermarkets in Belgium and France. The use of these roof hatches and the subsequent energy savings fit in well with the energy-neutral vision of the supermarkets.
Gorter supplies a special series of fire-resistant steel roof hatches with RHTEI type designation and a fire-resistance class of EI120.