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Fire protection stacking doors

4th world novelty: Omnicompact

Sectional door T30 / T 90 EI 90 / EI 120


Fire protection stacking door - a world novelety from 1997 of Stöbich Brandschutz.

Now also with EI 120 classification! Tested according to DIN EN 1634-1 

This door with fire protection class EI 30 (T30), EI 90 (T90) and now also EI 120 has not only been designed for high cylces but it is also an innovative solution for 7 problems / questions …

To your problems and questions ....
we offer the innovative answers!

Problems at the wall

Do you have limitations at the wall?

Little demand for space
Omnicompact requires only minimized space at the lintel area and besides the opening

Problems in the space

Do you have problems with the available space - e.g. track systems, crane rails or installations?

Minimized construction depth
There are multiple choices for the installation by space-saving assembly on only one side of the wall. The stacking design leads to very small space requirements.
With only one partition level we achieve minimal operational demands on the room. The side guids have a small construction depth as all partition elements run on one common line.

Visual demand

Are you very exigent concerning the design? Invisibly integrate, designed with colours or stainless steel design?

Product aesthetics
The Omnicompact system offers a design of the surface in terms of colour or stainless steel, invisibly integrated in false ceiling, installation of the side guides into the niche.

Conditions around the opening

Is the a risk that the door does not close securely because of dirt in the closing area?
Can the transport traffic of e.g. fork lifters cause damage to the door or to the frame?

Insensible construction
Primary door components are available in stainless steel or with anti corrosive coating. Due to the vertical closing 
direction, the door is insensible agains dirt in the closing area. Door blade and side guides are beyond the hazard zones. Single elements can be exchanged in case of damage.

Constructional measures

Are constructional measures necessary, as for example wall-fore parts, wall bracings, additional reinforcements? 

Modest construction situation

Plain wall is sufficient.
Wall fore-parts, wall bracings are not required.
A fire-protected steel beam as lintel is sufficient.

Safe utilization
What are your demands concerning safety and cycles? How are the guidelines according to DIN EN 12605 and DIN EN 12634 implemented into practice - e.g. hindrances in the closing area, failure of the drive system, etc.? Is a frequent operation (cycles) a criteria for your application? 

DIN EN 12604 and DIN EN 12453

Closing edge surveillance, crash backup and jamming protection by a joint covering guarantee optimal safety during the closing process. Frequent operation is no problem due to the suspension and design of elements.

Load to the ceiling

Can you induceadditional loads to the ceiling?

No load to the ceiling

Due to the construction of Omnicompact , no induced forces have to be lead into the ceiling.

Options of the fire protection sectional door Omnicompact

Viewing with closed door

Glass sections can be integrated into the lamellas to guarantee the viewing without affecting the fire resistance (up to EI90). The heat insulating glass panes with classification EI 90 up to dimensions of 670 x 270 mm are integrated with frames into the lamellas. 

 Electromotive drive
400V three-phase drive with integrated approved hold open unit. The closing velocity is controlled by the Gravigen effect also in currentless state.

Mechanic manual emergency opening
A manual emergency opening can be optionally be executed by flanging a crank to the drive system. The opening system is equipped with an additional mechanic hold open device.

  Protection targeted version of the lamellas
The robust door leaf elements executed in galvanized steel sheet construction are protection targeted.
Version 1 for EI 90 resp. EI 120 classification with profiled surface
Version 2 for T 30 resp. T 90 classification with profiled surface
Version 1 Version 2

 Smoke tightness
The smoke-tight closing between the element and the building is done due to a circumferential sealing lip. Flat seals between the lamellas provide the tightness in the lamella joint.

Increased closing velocity
If a closing velocity higher 0.1m/sec is required like in some countries, the velocity can be increased with a modified drive. 

 Long-life durability
The sectional door is characterized by the selected construction as the lamellas stack without any contact. 
If appropriate maintained the durability is not limited.

Tehnične risbe

  Standard version Low lintel version


Wall qualities

  • brick work DIN 1053-1 min. solidity class 12 wall thickness min. 240 mm
  • concrete DIN 1045-1 solidity class. C12/15, wall thickness min. 140 mm
  • gas concrete solidity class. 4 wall thickness min. 240 mm
  • armed gas concrete solidity class 4.4 wall thickness min. 200 mm



Basic dimensions T30 Appr. No. Z-6.20-1887 T90 Appr. No. Z-6.20-1886 EI 90 Classification report CR-041-11-AUPE EI 120 Classification report CR-041-11-AUPE
Width (mm): 1000-9000 1000-4500 1000-6700 (max 29 m²) 1000-4500
Height (mm): 2000-6000 2000-4500 2000-6400 (max 29 m²) 2000-4300

Deviating dimensions on request.