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SP2 Fire Rated Insulated Loft Hatch, Part L Compliant (Push-Up)

Code: SP2
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  • Fits Structural Opening Size of 755 x 555mm (lined with 9.5mm plasterboard)
  • Huge clear opening of 712 x 520mm once installed
  • Push up loft hatch (not hinged)
  • Part L Complaint
  • 1 Hour Fire Rating
  • 100mm of Mineral Wool insulation
  • Draught seals

The "SP2" is a budget steel push-up 60-minute fire rated loft access hatch with a smooth simplistic design.

The loft access trap is finished with a powder coat onto zintec steel for a smooth white maintenance free surface. The loft hatch requires no painting and the frame fits flush to the ceiling.

Once the loft door is open, it has a very large clear opening of 712mm x 520mm to assist with storing bulky items, such as suitcases into the loft space.

The loft hatch lid is insulated with a substantial 100mm of fire resistant mineral slab to comply with the current building regulations of 0.35 "U" value.

The SP2 loft hatch is draught sealed between the frame and lid to virtually eliminate warm air leakage. It also reduces cold air and vapour leaking in from the loft.

The white colour of the loft hatch is RAL No. 9010 with 20% gloss.

The ceiling cut out (trim) size for the loft hatch is 755mm x 555mm.

Easy to fit instructions are on the box.

Strictly compliant to the following regulations:

1 hour fire test to UKAS standards.

Exceeds Part "L" of the thermal building regulations to 0.35 "U" value.

NHBC compliant for attic doors, including 520mm clear opening in any direction.

The loft hatch is UKAS air infiltration tested without the need for extra sealant to the external frame and ceiling.

In addition:

The ceiling hatch insulation is CFC & HCFC free, ODP (ozone depletion) zero and compliant to Eco Homes standards of a GWP (global warming potential) rating of zero.

The SP2 loft access trap box packaging is made from 100% recycled cardboard and 100% recyclable.

Please note the SP2 cannot be used with our loft ladders.

 

Showing our 1 review for SP2 Fire Rated Insulated Loft Hatch, Part L Compliant (Push-Up). Write a review
Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
April 20, 2018 | SP
Does what is says on the tin

We needed this in a rush as our builders had found a hatch in a local DIY chain that wasn't that pleasant. We wanted something more robust and not plastic. This hatch is metal and looks very neat in the ceiling that it has been placed in. The builders found it very easy to fit. Item was delivered the next day as standard which was helpful.

Jupiter Blue Ltd

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COVID-19 - Important information about deliveries from our carrier Parcelforce

Our couriers have had to make some changes in order to protect you, and their staff, while also dealing with exceptionally high demand. As a result the following changes apply:

Parcelforce Worldwide Update - Coronavirus (COVID-19) Public Health England (PHE) has advised that people receiving parcels are not at risk of contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19). From experience with other coronaviruses, we know that these types of viruses don’t survive long on objects, such as letters or parcels. This complements the highly publicised guidance from PHE for people to wash their hands more often than usual using soap and hot water.

Changes to our delivery procedure in relation to signing for and receiving items in the UK

In order to protect both our people and customers as much as possible, we will not be handing over our hand-held devices to customers to capture electronic signatures. Our drivers will instead log the first and last name of the person accepting the item and we will record the geolocation of the delivery. This will apply to all deliveries that normally require a signature.
If recipients are unable to come to the door or are self-isolating, we will post a customer contact card in the normal way, advising of other ways the recipient can arrange to get their item. For example, by getting a friend or family member (who is not resident with someone who is self-isolating) to collect the parcel from their local Parcelforce depot or Post Office branch, as specified on the card. They will need to bring along the card we left and a form of ID in the name of the person the item is addressed to. Examples of suitable ID are specified on the card.

Suspension of UK service guarantee

Due to the current situation, there are significant impacts on our ability to maintain all our usual service levels. We will continue offering our services, receiving and delivering parcels for our customers but there may be disruptions to some services under current conditions. As a result, we will be suspending service guarantees from 18 March 2020 but will seek to ensure ‘all reasonable endeavours’ to maintain service levels where we can.

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