HEWI Fire door fitting


Lever handle design 251X


250XAL11.130

Surface finish: A = satin

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Product information

Flat roses according to DIN 18255 and EN 1906 made of stainless steel, consisting of:
Lever handle 251X... made of stainless steel (1.4301), solid, diameter 21.3 mm, length 153.5 mm, width max. 28.2 mm, with stepped shoulder guide and groove, with set screw M5 as additional fixing of lever and spindle, for optimal transfer of force to door leaf.
Flat roses 305.21X... and 306.23X... made of stainless steel (1.4301), round, Diameter 52 mm, 3.0 mm high. Concealed, non-loosening connection: Fixed rotating bearing of the lever handle and the roses, and in the door leaf dipping support pin.
Surface satin finished

Technical specifications

Material and colour
Surface
XA
Alternative surface
XC

Certificates

  • Fire protection

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Ordering information

Ordering information
  • Door thickness
  • Lever spindle
  • Keyway


In so far as only the item number is provided when ordering, we assume the following standard configuration is required:
Fire door fitting: door thickness = 48 mm, square spindle = 9 mm, keyway PZ
When choosing the lock cylinder length please note the overall depth of the flat roses (3 mm each side)
Further fitting-variations can be assembled from separate components

Classification

Designed and tested for the projects segment, user category to EN 1906 - Class 4 fire door fitting with spindle 9 mm, according to DIN 18273
Category of use: Class 4
Durability: Class 7
Door weight: No classification specified
Fire resistance: Class B1
Safety: Class 0
Corrosion resistance: Class 4
Burglary protection: Class 0
Design-type: U
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