Gorter has supplied several fire-resistant wall doors to ASML. Depending on the wall and application, the fire-resistant wall door is fire resistant up to class EI120. As a Dutch high-tech company, ASML is a key supplier of machinery for the semi-conductor industry, especially steppers and scanners used to make computer chips. The ASML headquarters and industrial complex is in Veldhoven, along with R&D and assembly in clean-rooms.
Fire-resistant wall door
Fire-resistant wall doors are supplied fully assembled. The frame has pre-drilled mounting holes for direct fitting to walls or ceilings. The hatch is made of EPD-treated steel and finished in a powder-coating layer of RAL 9010. A cylinder cam lock is used as standard to seal the hatch.
Stainless steel wall doors for clean-rooms
A stainless steel version allows Gorter wall doors to be used in clean-rooms. These wall doors are available upon request.
You can find general information on Gorter doors and hatches at www.gorterhatches.com.au