Flood Resistant Doors & Frames

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General Description: 

AMBICO Flood Resistant Doors & Frames are specifically designed to withstand hydrostatic pressure and minimize water leakage, providing reliable protection against flooding. Crafted from galvanized steel or stainless steel, these door and frame assemblies offer extended durability and are suitable for corrosive environments. With custom-engineered solutions available for debris impact resistance, AMBICO is your trusted partner for flood-resistant door solutions.

Product Details: 

AMBICO’s Flood Resistant Doors & Frames are meticulously engineered to provide optimal performance in flood-prone areas. Here are the key product details:

  • Hydrostatic Pressure Resistance: Our flood-resistant door and frame assemblies are designed to withstand hydrostatic pressure, ensuring that water is kept at bay during flooding events. The robust seal systems used in our assemblies effectively minimize water leakage, offering reliable protection to your property.
  • Material Options: We offer our flood-resistant door and frame assemblies in galvanized steel or stainless steel. These materials provide extended lifespan and are suitable for use in corrosive environments, ensuring the longevity of your flood-resistant solution.
  • Comprehensive Anchor Solutions: Our flood-resistant door and frame assemblies include customized anchor solutions to ensure the integrity of the frame installation. Whether you require 4-sided frames or ADA-compliant bumper or saddle thresholds, we have the solutions to meet your project’s requirements.
  • Specialty Hardware: Depending on the application, our flood-resistant doors and frames may require specialty hardware. For doors that are unseated, special hinges and latching hardware are provided by AMBICO to ensure proper functionality and reliable flood resistance. In applications where doors are seated into the frame, standard builder’s hardware can be used.

Use Cases: 

AMBICO’s Flood Resistant Doors & Frames find valuable applications in various settings prone to flooding. Here are some key use cases:

  1. Residential Properties: Protect homes and residential buildings located in flood-prone areas. Our flood-resistant doors and frames are ideal for exterior outswing doors where water can seat the door into the frame, effectively preventing water intrusion.
  2. Commercial and Industrial Facilities: Safeguard commercial and industrial properties susceptible to flooding, such as warehouses, manufacturing plants, and utility facilities. Our flood-resistant solutions ensure the protection of valuable assets and maintain business continuity during flood events.
  3. Public Buildings and Infrastructure: Ensure the safety of public buildings, including government facilities, schools, hospitals, and transportation hubs, by installing flood-resistant doors and frames. These solutions minimize the impact of flooding, allowing for swift recovery and the protection of occupants.

Trust in our expertise, custom solutions, and durable construction to safeguard your property against flooding.

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Passive flood protection protects a building without human intervention. This prevents damage that can occur before active measures can be taken.

Hydrostatic pressure is the static pressure that water exerts on its surroundings.

Door and frame assemblies installed in coastal cities have increased exposure to salt in the atmosphere. The presence of salt accelerates the corrosion of exposed, unprotected steel.

Flood door and frame assemblies can be used in areas that are inactive floodplains or are prone to flooding for other reasons such as in pump rooms, marinas, water waste treatment facilities, and mechanical and electrical rooms.