Profab Access' range of wall access panels provides access into jointless plaster, plasterboard wall and masonry walls where access to mechanical and electrical services is required.
Specified in commercial, residential and public buildings where low maintenance access is required behind walls, they deliver the highest standards in fire safety, security and practicality with minimal compromises on design.
Lockable, metal, entry-level wall access panel specified in commercial, residential and public buildings where concealed maintenance-free access is required.
Plastic, non-fire rated wall access panel to provide a quick fix solution, where simple, un-hindered access is required to building services without the need for security.
Visually impacting concealed riser doors - the door façade can be clad in different materials including stone, marble, ceramic or tile to enhance the design.
Hinged, steel access panels for access into sealed plasterboard or sandwich panel. Panel and frame includes antibacterial coating for use in clean rooms.
|WALL ACCESS PANELS||PRIMA
|FIRE RATED AVAILABLE|
|THIRD PARTY FIRE TESTED||120mins||120mins|
|FIRE TESTED FROM BOTH SIDES|
|MADE IN BRITAIN BY PROFAB ACCESS|
"Having had dealings with Profab for the last 10 years I can fully endorse their products and teams for future works. Product design and testing verification has been thoroughly provided and they will always do the upmost to ensure the end users are fully satisfied with the supplied products."
Profab Access' range of non-fire and fire rated riser doors provides access into jointless plaster, plasterboard wall and masonry walls where access to mechanical and electrical services is required.
Specified by architects and contractors looking for a high quality steel door to provide security, fire protection or a fire escape solution for back of house, basements, sports halls and fire escapes.
Suitable for architects, specifiers, contractors, and facilities managers wanting to understand how to safely and easily access building services concealed behind walls, ceilings or in the riser shaft.