BAGGERØD AS, HORTEN, Norway
The company was established in 1943 and holds today a complete range of standard and special door solutions.
The factory in Horten manufactures light and heavy-duty doors as well as windows and glazed partitions for ships and offshore constructions.
The company is located just 1 hour drive south of the capital Oslo in the old premises of one of the biggest shipyards in Norway.
The production capacity of the site is approx. 6.000 doors/year in a production area of 4.000m2 with 60 employees
Certificates and approvals
Baggerød AS have established a quality system covering all activities and processes in order to meet the demands from our customers for quality, service and products.
Most of our products require approval and certificates from a classification society. These certificates proves the performance according to the specific requirements for the installation.
Baggerød as have certified products according to IMO-SOLAS regulations and with all major classification societies such as:
European Community has established an EU Directive on Marine Equipment that Baggerød complies with and have issued a DNV MED certificate, called the "wheel" mark.
All products contained in this catalogue have been tested according to the latest international regulations and test procedures, and are approved by the worlds main certification bodies.
In brief, our products are tested to the following fire classes:
B-class Systems* are exposed to the fire for 30 minutes and must comply with stability and integrity requirements within this time. The specific class indications (B-0, B-15, B-30) reveals the insulation quality of the systems with regard to given temperature limits.
A-class Systems* are exposed to the fire for 60 minutes and must comply with stability and integrity requirements within this time. The specific class indications (A-0, A-15, A-30, A-60) reveals the insulation quality of the systems with regard to given temperature limits.
H-class Systems* are exposed to a hydro carbon fire for 2 hours. The test procedure is similar to the A-class test, but the rate of temperature rise is far more rapid and to higher temperature level.
The specific class indications (H-60, H-120) reveals the insulation quality of the systems with regard to given temperature limits.
*All systems shall be constructed of approved non-combustible materials.
Leading manufacturer of fire rated doors, windows and door drive-systems to the maritime market.