Gorter is introducing the new WAG glass floor door. A floor door with which you bring daylight into an underlying room and increase the spatial experience. One can safely walk on the floor door and it offers a unique view of a wine cellar or basement, for example. Thanks to the sleek design and the subtle black frame, the floor door can be installed in almost any interior.
With the Energy Performance roof hatch, Gorter continues the success of its entirely, thermally separated roof hatches. This roof hatch has an exceptional insulation value, with an insulation value of Uw ≤ 0,198 W/(m².K) for the entire roof hatch construction.
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.