SAFTI Announces Two New Fire-Rated Frames

San Francisco-based SAFTI has added two new protective features to its fire-resistant GPX frames: bullet and attack resistance.

According to the company, the GPX frames were tested recently by Intertek Testing Services and met UL 752 (1995), level 3 requirements for bullet resistance, as well as ASTM F 1592-01 impact test requirements, grade 1, for sledgehammer attack resistance.

The frames are listed by ITS and UL for 60, 90 and 120-minute applications, and , according to the company, meet all temperature rise requirements of the national building codes.

The aluminum frames are available in most any custom, architectural make-up, including any species of decorative wood, ornamental copper and brass clad, anodized, power coated or Kynar, or any other custom finish.

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