One of our most popular contemporary aluminium door systems, the 58BD Flush Entrance provides slim sightlines and flush aesthetics. This minimal design instantly modernises the appearance of the property and can be further enhanced when combined with our 58BW Flush window system for a sleek, uniform design.
The 58BD Flush entrance door system is available in single or dual colour and anodised finishes.
Aluminium is the strongest material used for door manufacturing which is why it is ideal choice for front doors.
The 58BD Flush front door offers strength and durability along with superior levels of security featuring multi point locking mechanisms.
The entrance door is also fully PAS 24 tested and certified under the Secured By Design scheme.
Ideal for light and medium-duty use, the 58BD Flush Entrance is fully PAS 24 tested and certified under the Secured By Design scheme. A multi-point locking mechanism and cloaking features conceal the locks and prevents any access to the locking points, making this door a market-leader in security.
Available in both open-in and open-out configurations, the 58BW Flush can also be selected in single and double configurations for design flexibility.
The thermally-broken system offers impressive thermal U-Values of up to 1.4 for triple glazing and 1.6 for double glazing, which will help reduce your energy bills. All configurations offer excellent weather performance, and are compliant with Part L and Part M Building Regulations, making it suitable for new build and refurbishment projects.
The 58BW Flush door provides slim sightlines and that popular, minimal flush aesthetic. It is available in two frame depths – 58mm or 70mm – to accommodate varying types of application. The maximum door leaf size is 1200w x 2400h for a single door, and 2400w x 2400h for a double door. When combined with slim sightlines of 119mm, you can achieve a light-filled entrance hall with the 58BW Flush system.
|U value W/m²K||1.4-1.6 W/m²K|
|Air tightness (Pa)||Ex Class 4 (600 Pa)|
|Water tightness (Pa)||Ex Class 8A (450 Pa)|
|Wind load (Pa)||Ex Class C3 (1200 Pa, up to 160 km/h)|