First order for Oman

Published:  05 October, 2018

HART DOOR SYSTEMS reports it has recently begun work on its first order from Oman for four highly specialist ‘ATEX’ shutters for compliance with regulations relating to environments with a risk of explosion. John Loftus, manager of International Estimations at Hart, commented: “ATEX doors are designed to eliminate all sources of ignition when in operation, allowing safe use in hazardous environments. These hazards can include dust, waste products such as wood shavings, gas and vapour.”

Hart says its success came from its relationship with G4S - Oman, which is working on a high security government project in Oman. Mr Sumit Arora, MD at G4S commented: “These are exciting times and I am looking forward to developing this relationship which will be mutually beneficial for both organisations.”

Hart is a Newcastle upon Tyne based manufacturer of a variety of vertical roller doors and shutters, including the Speedor brand of high speed doors, Firebrand fire-rated shutters, Terror Screen security shutters and steel or aluminium roller shutters. ATEX is a specialist custom version of that product.

The company says it also has a strong reputation across the Middle East, with a track record on some large-scale and high profile projects including in the United Arab Emirates where Hart has provided Speedors, fire shutters, insulated shutters and roller shutters to major retailers like IKEA, a Hypermarket, Dubai Airport, and food and beverage manufacturers including Iffco.

Hart has supplied Speedors and fire shutters to airports in Saudi Arabia, and Baghdad Airport in Iraq.

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