Hume Doors & Timber make it easy to get doors and frames that are BAL40 bushfire zone compliant, by providing an extensive range of doors and frames designed and manufactured to meet the specific regulatory requirements of building in designated bushfire zones. The BAL40 - Bushfire zoned BAL40 door system have been tested to AS1530.8.1 and are BAL40 compliant when installed as per AS3959.
The door and frame must be supplied together to comply with BAL40 as tested to AS1530.8.1. Download the Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) catalogue for pricing & more details.
Door - 2040x820x45mm
Sidelite - 2040x400x45mm
Approx 50kg based on 2040x820x45mm door
All component sizes are nominal and prior to trimming. Construction may vary in different states.Learn more
Hume Doors & Timber has extensively sound tested its comprehensive range of doors. Sound Transmission Class (STC) tested to ASTM E 413-87 and Acoustic Weighted Reduction (Rw) tested to ISO 717-1.Learn more
Increasing levels of ember attack and burning debris ignited by windborne embers together with increasing heat flux with the increased likelihood of exposure to flames
(Recommended for solid doors, BAL40 Bushfire Resistant doors and doors over 2340x920)Learn more
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With Australia’s climate extremes doors will weather differently and susceptible to the elements. After selecting and purchasing your Hume door it is extremely important to provide your purchase with the very best care and maintenance.Learn more