Fire Rated Doors






Rapp Bomek fire doors are tested according to most applicable specifications and are type-approved by Det Norske Veritas, American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Russian Maritime Register of Shipping, Bureau Veritas and the US Coast Guard for use on oil- and gas installations.The doors are manufactured under a strict QA system in accordance with ISO 9001:2008, and fire doors delivered to platforms in the North Sea continue to perform well after more than 30 years in a harsh, saline and arctic environment.Door leafs and frames of mild steel, stainless steel or aluminum are available. Rapp Bomek doors cover all fire ratings and types: Hinged and sliding, Single and double, Light-duty A-0/A-60 rated, Super light-duty A0/A60 rated, Medium-duty A-0/A-60 rated, Heavy-duty A-0/H-120 rated, Combination doors, fire rated and weather/watertight, Non-rated, Louvered, Pneumatically operated, Hydraulically operated and Electrically operatedSince 1975, Rapp Bomek has delivered more than 35,000 doors to oil and gas installations, ships and other projects to Norway • Australia • Brazil • Canada • China • Europe • Korea• Middle East • Russia • Southeast Asia • West Africa • USA


Rapp Bomek designs and manufactures a full range of project specific manual-, pneumatic- and electric operated sliding doors to meet the requirements in SOLAS 74 and IMO FTP code and according to NORSOK standard C-002: M1, M2 and H1. The doors are designed and produced in our factory in Norway. They are engineered with decades of experience from some of the world's most harsh marine environments in The North Sea and Arctic Waters. The doors are all full scale tested against fire, blast and jet fire. The following types of sliding doors are in our product range: NR, A0, A60, H0, H60 and H120.


Rapp Bomek has a professional service team of more than 20 highly trained service engineers who can provide installation and maintenance on all types of fire doors and systems/equipment.The service team has extensive experience, and the necessary certificates and safety courses required for offshore work and have performed installations, surveys, maintenance and recommendations for upgrading and cost effective improvements on the NCS as well as internationally. Rapp Bomek has developed a "Total Agreement" concept, which is used on a lot of platforms and FPSOs in order to reduce costs for the platform operators. Today we have long-term frame agreements with several oil companies for maintenance on fire doors and fire door systems.