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Pacifire-Litewood   FD30 Doorblanks.

are fire resistant, solid timber core doorblanks, that are tested in accordance with BS476: Part 22: 1987.



Manufactured using versatile hardwoods, Pacifire-Litewood   doorblanks offer the properties of hardwood but with an average low density of 320kg/m3 (based on door size: 2135 x 915 x 44mm). Pacifire    doorblanks weigh less than 28kgs per door.

Solid Timber

Maximum strength to weight capabilities, stability, machinability. Low moisture retention & minimum swelling are features that make solid timber the perfect medium. Pacifire-Litewood    as a hardwood, has screw holding properties superior to most softwood, medium density fibreboard (MDF), chipboard and hollow core options. Ensuring low maintenance in high use areas.


Pacifire    doorblanks are engineered using a balanced mix of litewood lamels and veneers. Finger jointed lamels are continuously edge glued, ensure there are no gaps. Small engineered multidirectional components ensure stability and negate the need for stiles and rails. Applied veneers to the face & back, help mask the engineered core and allow for further processing, without compromising the integrity of the doorblank.

Multiple Surface Applications

Pacifire    doorblanks are available with a variety of surface finishes:

Natural veneer (Hardwood & Softwood)

Fancy veneer


Medium Density Overlay (MDO)

CP Laminate


All raw materials are fully sustainable and legally certified. Products meet the criteria required within the European Timber Regulations (EUTR). Users can be assured of the environmental credentials of Pacifire-Litewood    doorblanks, as well as continuity of supply.

Technical Data

Pacifire-Litewood    FD30 Doorblanks are tested in accordance with BS476:part 22:1987, Global Fire Resistance Assessment, by Chiltern International Fire Ltd, report No: Chilt/A12194, Valid until: March 2022. (Click on PDF).








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