Leading U.S. Manufacturer of Commercial Hollow Metal Doors and Frames, Metal Windows, and related metal products including; Hollow Metal Fire‐Rated Doors, Hurricane / Tornado Doors, Acoustical Doors, IMO Marine Doors (USCG and EC Approval, B‐15 to A‐60, H‐120 and Jet‐Fire), IMO Marine Windows (USCG Approval), USCG 46‐CFR Fire‐Rated Marine Doors, Weathertight Barge Doors, Stainless Steel Showers, Bullet‐Resistant Doors, Blast‐Resistant Doors, and Steel Swinging Mini-Storage Doors
STEEL DOOR MANUFACTURER FOR MARINE AND OFFSHORE APPLICATIONS
Since our first joiner job in 1969, Deansteel Manufacturing has come a long way to better serve the marine and offshore industries. We offer a full line of fire-resistant doors, frames, and windows that comply with the requirements of USCG 46 CFR (NVIC 9-97 CH 1) and have been tested to the IMO FTP Code. Our IMO door units and windows have both USCG and EC approval under the Mutual Recognition Agreement on Marine Equipment. Deansteel is allowed to affix the Mark of Conformity* (wheelmark) to our IMO door units and windows.
TOP QUALITY. COMPETITIVE PRICING.
Deansteel has long been known in the offshore industry for top quality construction, durable products, and dependable delivery, all at competitive pricing. All of our products are manufactured to the very highest standards of quality, giving you many years of performance in the harsh offshore environment.
*The manufacturer is allowed to affix the Mark of Conformity according to Article 11 in the Council Directive 96/98/EC on Marine Equipment and issue a Declaration of Conformity as allowed by the “Agreement between the European Community and the United States of America on Mutual Recognition of Certificates of Conformity for Marine Equipment” signed February 2004 and by the "Agreement between the European Free Trade Association countries which are part of the European Economic Area and the United States of America on Mutual Recognition of Certificates of Conformity for Marine Equipment" signed October 2005. Item complies with requirements of Annex A.1, Item No. A.1/3.16 of the directive.