Coming soon - our aluminium raised and fielded door

LondonDoor_Raised_FieldedComing soon – an industry first - hand-made Raised and Fielded panels crafted from aluminium and fitted to the face of a full aluminium door sash by Spitfire Doors.

These convex panels look fabulous and replicate timber period doors exactly. The panels feature a center portion thicker than the outside edges, so they project above the surrounding frame.

These panels are usually only fitted to the outside of the door but can be fitted inside too. The panels are first welded together, then sanded to give a precision finish, then powder coated in the colour of your choice.

 

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See our COMET door collection

Doors in our Comet collection have a 70mm sash and frame depth and is effectively a slimmer version of our Galaxy range. This is still a truly luxury door and you can be extremely flexible with size, style and design which is why it’s one of our best sellers.

In this range we offer exactly the same door designs as those in our Galaxy range, including the 10 point lock, colours and finishes.

The collection includes contemporary, designer and traditional door styles and a matchless combination of high security, low thermal values, excellent weathering and designer door furniture.  Plus, we can supply oversized doors, prevalent in Victorian period properties in London and Dublin and now specified for high-end, contemporary new builds.


Fingerprint recognition door technology wows Ecobuild visitors

The Spitfire Doors team and manufacturing partner Inotherm welcomed over 600 people to the stand at this week’s Ecobuild show in London.

Our trade and consumer visitors saw Inotherm’s impressive showcase of premium aluminium doors and were introduced to Inokey, Inotherm’s innovative fingerprint door entry security system.

With door security being such a hot topic at Ecobuild this year, visitors were given the chance to see Inokey in action and discover how fingerprint recognition is a viable option for residential doors and a boost for home security.

Said one visitor, “there’s nothing to match these doors for design options and thermal efficiency and not only that, they tick every box for my security needs.”

Here we share some of the most asked questions:

HOW DOES FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION WORK?

Inokey is Inotherm’s built in fingerprint sensor. Inokey will open a heavy door in 1.2 seconds after a single short contact. This latest generation sensor incorporates Siemens technology and can even read data from a moist, dirty or greasy finger.

HOW MANY FINGERPRINTS CAN THE SENSOR RECOGNISE?

Up to 1000 and the dual relay units can operate an adjacent door e.g. a garage door from one sensor.

WILL I HAVE TO INSTALL THE FINGERPRINT SENSOR MYSELF?

If you order an Inotherm aluminium entrance door from Spitfire, we’ll explain all the options available for door security, locking and automatic opening.  Whichever device you choose, your door will be delivered 100% fitted with the right sensor in the right finish with the wiring components ready to be wired to your electricity supply.

WHAT IS THERE’S A POWER CUT?

You can always use your key as a manual override.

HOW MUCH DOES A FINGERPRINT SENSOR COST?

An Inotherm aluminium front door is built to last a lifetime and at Spitfire Doors, we believe our high quality doors deserve the latest security and locking technology.  Adding a fingerprint sensor will only add approximately 10% to the overall price of a door.

WILL IT COMPLEMENT MY DOOR DESIGN?

Yes, Inokey door sensors come in a range of finishes including brushed steel, polished chrome, black or gold plated stainless steel.

ARE THERE ANY ALTERNATIVES TO FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION?

You can open your front door with your security key, with a door mounted keypad or with a small remote control device.


Contact the Spitfire Doors team to find out more about our aluminium doors and fingerprint recognition technology.