Each of our Gerda door styles are designed to meet your requirements, no matter which combination of visual style and protection level you need.
Gerda have been working in the fire safety industry and manufacturing fire doorsets for over 25 years, and in that time we’ve recognised that different environments need different levels of protection, and different aesthetic styles. We’ve made it part of our mission to create Gerda door styles that meet each combination of look and feel, and protection need - and you can find more information on each of the Gerda door styles below. Furthermore, each of our doorsets has undergone extensive testing by bodies such as UKAS and BM Trada to ensure that they are fit for purpose, with our doorsets frequently providing additional protection over and above what’s required.
Most Popular FAQs
Do you offer maintenance services?
Yes, Gerda offers an array of maintenance services to ensure the longevity of our solutions. Additionally, our annual maintenance program can be tied to your fire safety risk assessment schedule.
Do I need new plans every year?
It is recommended that your fire safety risk assessment is reviewed annually, and redone every few years or in response to major building changes (for example renovation work or increased occupancy).
How do I go about providing an Emergency Response Pack?
For large-scale projects, we recommend working with local Fire & Rescue services and council officials, or contacting us for guidance on the information to include in your PIB or ERP box.
What is the difference between a PIB and SIB?
The Gerda PIB (Premises Information Box) is the original Secure Information Box, as the two terms are interchangeable. Both offer a recognised focus point for securely stored emergency information.
The Contemporary Range of Gerda door styles protect against fire, and are Secured by Design. For more information on these doorsets and their advantages for building owners and residents, click below.
Quinlan Glazed (int/ext)
Kennard Glazed 1 (int/ext)
Kennard Glazed 2 (int/ext)
Prosper Glazed (int/ext)
Safer Homes Flat Entrance
The Safer Homes 30 range of Gerda door styles are aimed at residential applications, and can resist the effects of fire for more than 30 minutes. Learn more about this doorset below.
Aire FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Blyth FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Derwent FD30(S) – with Raised Mouldings option
Derwent FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Laver FD60 (S) with Raised Mouldings
Nene FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Rivelin FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Stour FD30(S) – with Raised Mouldings option
Stour FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Tweed FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Waveney FD30(S) – with Raised Mouldings option
Waveney FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Winster FD30(S) – with Raised Mouldings option
Winster FD60(S) with Raised Mouldings
Safer Homes External
The exterior range of Gerda door styles are built to provide the same high levels of fire safety as our internal doorsets, while also withstanding the extra wear and tear that can come with use outdoors, or exposure to the elements.
Aire EI30 Sa
Aire E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Colne EI30 Sa
Dee EW30 Sa
Derwent EI30 Sa or EW30 Sa
Derwent E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Esk EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Fowey EI30 Sa
Glaven EI30 Sa
Irwell E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Lark EI30 Sa
Laver E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Lymn EW30 Sa
Medway EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Mersey EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Nene EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Nene E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Orwell EI30 Sa
Prosper EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Ribble EI30 Sa
Rivelin EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Severn EI30 Sa
Stour EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Tamar EW30 Sa
Teign EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Stour E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Trent EW30 Sa
Waveney EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Waveney E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Wharfe EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Winster EW30 Sa or EI30 Sa
Winster E60+EI30 Sa with Raised Mouldings
Gerda door styles designed for service rooms effectively protect locations such as utility rooms and restricted areas - doing so whilst upholding the highest fire safety standards, and without hindering access by Fire & Rescue services.
These Gerda door styles are designed and built for use in communal areas. They’re durable and easily stand up to high amounts of daily use and wear and tear, whilst providing the fire protection that you’d expect from a Gerda product.
FD30G1 – FD60G1
FD30G2 – FD60G2
FD30G5 – FD30G5
FD30G9 – FD60G9
FD30G1-D – FD60G1-D
FD30G2-D – FD60G2-D
FD30G5-D – FD60G5-D
FD30G9-D – FD60G9-D
Gerda fire door styles must also be paired with one of our compatible doorframes in order to provide the protection that they are rated for. Click the link below to learn more about each of the Gerda frame styles.